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FAQs on Capability Building (CB)

List of questions and answers, or Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Capability Building (CB).



Capability Building (CB)

The profile of participants may depend upon the targeted goals and objectives of the training laid down. The learning management team may invite partners and intermediaries, local government units, department field offices, bureaus, and services, public and private organizations, non-profit organizations, and so on, with the aim of achieving the training session objectives that are anchored to the organizational outcomes of the Department.
Apart from training, other modes of interventions that are usually being conducted to support and facilitate learning and development are seminars, workshops, skills enhancement sessions, and knowledge-sharing activities. In general, these activities are systematically designed to increase and build the knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) of the workforce needed in an organization to boost the organization's workforce capabilities.
Based on previous data, some of the LDIs conducted in the past have concentrated on blended learning, implementation, program management and navigation of collaboration tools and technical platforms in the context of new normal, among others. The topics of Learning Development Interventions (LDIs), however, are usually formulated and designed depending on the identified needs of the stakeholders through environmental scanning and learning needs assessment sessions. A design process is usually carried out to ensure that the topics of the LDIs would contribute to the achievement of the session… Read more
Yes. Typically, training, courses and LDIs developed are submitted to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) for CPD accreditation, if they fall under the following types of interventions: Formal learning, non-formal learning, informal learning, self-directed learning, online learning activities, professional work experience and attendance to conventions and conferences by accredited organizations.
Yes. All of the training and courses provided by the Social Welfare Institutional Development Bureau are free of charge. However, some trainings may require participants to deliver certain outputs in order to qualify for a certificate.

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