National Educators Academy of the Philippines

Apr 08 2013

Resources #1

 

VISION:

 

            By 2030, NEAP is globally recognized for excellence in training and development and for developing educational leaders and managers with personal integrity, professional competencies and commitment to transformational leadership.

 

 

OBJECTIVES:

           

  1. 1.Provide specialized educational programs and services for the continuing development of individual and institutional capabilities.
  2. 2.Improve the quality of service of the learning center at the regional and sub-regional levels.
  3. 3.Strengthen the capability of the existing learning center such as the Regional Educational Learning Centers (RELCs) and the Decentralized Learning Resource Centers (DLRCs) in providing services and opportunities to teachers and administrators.
  4. 4.Provide assistance in the maintenance of quality service in the learning centers and maximization of the used of the said centers
  5. 5.Provide continuing strategic human resource development programs for the school managers and leaders within the context of emerging legitimate demands on scarce human and material resources;
  6. 6.Promote synergetic partnership and linkages with centers of excellence locally and internationally, from both government and non-government sectors;
  7. 7.Develop programs that address career planning and pathing for potential educational managers and leaders;
  8. 8.Promote intellectual inquiry into non-traditional and innovative alternative and strategies in educational management;
  9. 9.Serve as a venue and a forum for individual and institutional academic exchange; and
  10. 10.Initiate an assessment and evaluation mechanism to ensure the sustenance of quality development, recruitment, selection and promotion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEAP Mandate:                                                                                                                     

Continuous Professional development of all education personnel                                                                             

Training and development

Competency assessment

Professional Dev Materials

Quality Assurance and M&E

Research

Succession Planning

 

 

Program Development Management

Program Management

Quality Assurance and M&E

 

NEAP

Institutional

Capability

 

Human Resource

 

 

 

            

                Products

 

                                                                    Central Office and Field Levels

                                      Professional competency and management & leadership excellence

PROFILE OF NEAP PERSONNEL

 

NEAP Manila

 

NAMES

POSITION TITLE

Dr. Ruth L. Fuentes

Director II

Mr. Antonio G. Ortovez Jr.

Administrative Officer V

Dr. Lolita B. Tungpalan

Senior Education Program Specialist

Ms. Caroline Anne C. Miranda

Executive Technical Assistant

Ms. Lolet R. Escandor

Administrative Staff

Mr. Eduard C. Medrana Jr.

Administrative Staff

Mrs. Alicia B. Gesite

Watchman

Mr. Rodolfo Fortaleza Jr.

Driver

Mr. Alfredo Galleto

Utility Worker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEAP Baguio City

 

 

NAMES

POSITION TITLE

Lolita C. Palaganas

Bookkeeper

Jaime S. Pedro

Administrative Aide

Albert Bandola

Administrative Aide

Lolita P. Calip

Watchman

Martha A. Tino

Utility Worker

Narcisa C. Magno

Administrative Officer IV

Raymund Halog

Administrative Staff

Christopher G. Paa

Utility Worker