Here is my slide presentation to the HR Leadership Conference: Building a Progressive World Class Workforce in the Philippines, held in Pasig, Philippines, on 27 February 2014:
An explanation of the Philippine Qualifications Framework can be downloaded from this site:
Senate Bill 136, which aims to reform the apprenticeship system in the Philippines, has passed on second reading. Here is the original text, as authored by Sen. Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada: SB136
House Bill 1594, reforming the national apprenticeship program, has passed on second reading. Here is the bill in its original form as filed by Representative Rodrigo A. Abellanosa: HB01594.
Republic Act 1826, defining apprenticeship in the Philippines, can be downloaded from this site:
The Curriculum Guides for the entire K to 12 (including Senior High School) are almost complete on the website of the Department of Education.
So far, only the following are not yet available for K to 10: some Technology and Livelihood subjects (a number are already available)
Not yet available for Senior High School are: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (but the Filipino version is already available); Culminating Activity (for Senior High School); and most of the Specialized Subjects (but already available are Business Ethics and Social Responsibility; Pre-Calculus; Basic Calculus; General Biology; General Chemistry; Tailoring; Food and Beverage Services; Bread and Pastry Production; Automotive Servicing; Refrigeration and Air-conditioning; Consumer Electronics Servicing; Electrical Installation and Maintenance; Shielded Metal-Arc Welding; Carpentry; Plumbing; Tile Setting).
The Curriculum Guides can be downloaded from this site:
Republic Act 9163, which mandated the offering of National Service Training Program (NSTP) subjects in all Higher Education Institutions may be downloaded from this site:
Republic Act 1425, which mandates the inclusion of “courses on the life, works and writings of Jose Rizal, particularly his novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo,… in the curricula of all schools, colleges and universities, public or private” may be download from the following site:
Republic Act No. 7686, known as the Dual Training System Act of 1994, can be downloaded from this site:
The list of curriculums and training regulations by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) can be found on this page: