DepEd Intensifies Efforts to Provide Teachers Needs

The Department of Education through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP), has been granted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) an accreditation as a provider for the Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Teachers can now avail credit units through trainings and programs to be conducted by DepEd Offices for free of charge, given that the training designs are submitted to NEAP for endorsement and pre-evaluations to be conducted by the PRC 45 days before the training proper.

According to the press release of the DepEd, “DepEd NEAP further negotiated with the Professional Regulatory Board for Teachers, and moved to ensure that teachers will receive pertinent CPD credit units for participating in their school-based Learning Action Cell (LAC) sessions. LAC is recognized as a K to 12 Basic Education Program school-based continuing professional development strategy for the improvement of teaching and learning.”

One possible course module or topics being pursued by the Department of Education’s Secretary, Leonor Briones is Financial Literacy for Professional Teachers.

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