This training program helps participants analyze developmental situations by looking into the parameters and perspectives of how the state responds, respects, and fulfills its obligation to attain national development goals and strategies. It also aims to make them understand the processes and requirements of the different phases in planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating developmental projects. Moreover, it enhances their knowledge and skills in undertaking different feasibility studies particularly on market, technical, financial, socio-economic, environmental and organizational aspects of development.
This training program was institutionalized and made part of the regular training offerings of the Center under the leadership and administration of Prof. Ebinezer Florano, Ph.D. (Director of the Center, 2013- present).
Duration / Date:
Five days/40 hours
Target / Beneficiaries:
Participants are employees from the private and public sectors.
Cost of Participation:
PhP 10,000 per participant, inclusive of training materials and meals for five days
Office in Charge:
Center for Policy and Executive Development (CPED)
Room 105, NCPAG Building
R.P. De Guzman Street
University of the Philippines
Diliman, Quezon City
Fax: (632) 9201353
Telephone: (632) 9201353, 981-8500 loc. 4162