One thousand pesos referral incentive to be given for each of the first 98 students
La Consolacion College Bacolod announces the opening of admissions for the fifth wave of the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) and Bachelor Arts (AB) in English degree programs.
An alumnus, who wishes to maintain anonymity, has offered to support the recruitment strategy to lead more working adults who have not been able to finish a college degree. An incentive of one thousand pesos will be given to anyone who can successfully refer a student into the program.
ETEEAP is a program that equates work experiences and career accomplishments to academic credits making the attainment of a higher education degree more accessible for adults who are unable to attend the traditional degree program due to career and other life responsibilities.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management
Bachelor of Arts in English
The program is delivered through a modular type of instruction for competencies that are not covered within a student’s work experiences. Classes are held mostly on weekends. For each class, students will be required of learning outputs that reflect attainment of competencies. The final output is a business feasibility study for the human resource and marketing groups while the AB English group presented a compilation of written works.
Already, the program has graduated more than fifty since it started in 2015. Most of the ETEEAP students took the program to gain eligibility for employment regularization or promotion while for others, a second degree.
Interested applicants may visit the office of the Graduate Studies and Continuing Education at the 2nd level of the College Building at LCC Main Campus. They may bring a copy of their Report Card or Transcript of Records; and Certificate of Employment or Business Permit.
A professional course in trauma prevention, intervention and treatment
Crisis and Trauma Management is one area which is now gaining focus and attention not only exclusively among professionals in the field of psychology and health care but even among human resource managers and those in the social work. Throughout the world, there has been a powerful development of comprehensive mental services. The increasing mobility, family and social structures, economic activities and even climate change could result to a great amount of stress, thus the need for organizations to establish mechanisms and be trained in crisis management, provision of resources and immediate response in cases of accidents and disasters.
Along this need, La Consolacion College Bacolod developed a training program to provide for the honing of necessary skills in crisis and psychotrauma management. Apart from the basic principles and fundamentals in crisis management, traumatology and psychotrauma, the program will equip its students with psychotrauma assessment skills. More than half of the training will be dedicated on treatment and interventions to aid individuals known to be experiencing a psychological trauma including mastery on child abuse management and treatment; pyschological first aid and stress debriefing; crisis and suicide interventions and on other models of trauma processing and treatment.
A session dubbed as “Vicarious Traumatization: Caring for the Carers Practice Trauma Interventions” may be given but will be left to the option of the participants.
The certificate gained from the program may be credited in the Master in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management in LCC Bacolod according to Dr. Ma. Mercedes A. Joson, Dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education.
The training program will run for two months with Saturday classes that will run for eight meetings from 8am to 12pm. Lecturers are experienced psychologists and specialists in crisis and trauma management.
Target participants for the program are psychologists, counselors, social workers and other mental health practitioners, nurses and other allied health care professionals; the clergy, religious and lay; educators who are committed to help heal the traumatized; and other experienced professionals and paraprofessionals who are dedicated to humanitarian services.
Program fee is at PhP 3,500 for the whole certificate program. Interested participants may call 4349661 to 64 local 301 or 322.
The recent spate of disasters left deep-seated trauma among the victims. In places like Tacloban, international aid have come to assist not only in rehabilitation but care and attention to the victims. There are not enough trained experts in the Philippines to give an immediate local response in the field of psychotrauma.