TRAINING ON BOTON PRODUCT PROCESSING AND UTILIZATION

Training on “Boton Product Processing and Utilization” was conducted on October 1-2, 2020 at the Farmers’ Training Center (FTC) Dibet, Casiguran, Aurora. Participants were forty (40) members from the Pangkasama Multi-Purpose Cooperative of Casiguran. The training consisted of the following flow: Opening Program with an Invocation led by Ms. Chenie Mae T. Bibon; National Anthem continue reading : TRAINING ON BOTON PRODUCT PROCESSING AND UTILIZATION

ASCOT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING OFFICE CONDUCTED A STRESS DEBRIEFING ACTIVITY AGAINST COVID-19 PANDEMIC AMONG ASCOT PERSONNEL AND STUDENTS

The Guidance and Counseling Office conducted a Stress Debriefing against COVID-19 pandemic to ASCOT personnel, stakeholders and students last October 1-2, 2020 at ASCOT Guidance Office, Zabali Campus, Baler, Aurora. This activity aims to enable participants to become aware of their reactions during a crisis like COVID-19 pandemic; to facilitate the normal recovery processes for continue reading : ASCOT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING OFFICE CONDUCTED A STRESS DEBRIEFING ACTIVITY AGAINST COVID-19 PANDEMIC AMONG ASCOT PERSONNEL AND STUDENTS

ASCOT 15TH AGENCY IN- HOUSE REVIEW (AIHR) OF ONGOING AND COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS

The Research and Development Services Office (RDSO) headed by For. Maria Cristina Cañada conducted its 15th Agency In- House Review (AIHR) of Ongoing and Completed Research Projects last September 30, 2020 via Zoom. The main purpose of this activity is to assess and evaluate the different ongoing and completed researches of the College. Also, this continue reading : ASCOT 15TH AGENCY IN- HOUSE REVIEW (AIHR) OF ONGOING AND COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS

ASCOT PIPDPO Conducts Web Development Training-Workshop

Innovating strategies in facing the New Normal in education! Aiming to strengthen and upgrade the information dissemination strategies of Aurora State College of Technology’s (ASCOT) departments and offices, the Public Information, Publication, and Data Protection Office (PIPDPO) together with the Information and Communication Technology Center (ICTC), Department of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), continue reading : ASCOT PIPDPO Conducts Web Development Training-Workshop

ASCOT ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT WELCOME THEIR STUDENTS THROUGH VIRTUAL ORIENTATION

The Department of Engineering headed by their Director, Dr. Oscar C. Barawid, welcomes their students through virtual orientation held last September 10-11, 2020 with the theme “Engineering Welcomes New Normal Challenges in Delivering Quality Instruction” held at General Education Building, Zabali Campus. The first day is for the orientation of first year students while second continue reading : ASCOT ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT WELCOME THEIR STUDENTS THROUGH VIRTUAL ORIENTATION

DAAS ORIENTATION PROGRAM: “AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE NEW NORMAL”

Nobody should be left behind amidst the pandemic. The Department of Agriculture and Aquatic Sciences (DAAS) of ASCOT Bazal Campus conducted series of orientation program for first year, transferees, and old students, with the theme “Agricultural Education in the New Normal”. The first orientation was conducted on August 31, 2020 at Maria Aurora, Aurora then continue reading : DAAS ORIENTATION PROGRAM: “AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE NEW NORMAL”

GENDER SENSITIVITY TRAINING-WORKSHOP (MODULE PREPARATION)

ASCOT GAD sponsored a Gender Sensitivity Training-Workshop on Module Preparation, held on August 25, 2020 at the Accreditation Hall, Dr. Juan C. Angara Building, ASCOT Zabali Campus, Baler, Aurora. Participants of the program included all GAD Coordinators and Members of the GAD Technical Working Group (TWG). Mr. John Claufer Malapitan acted as overall facilitator. In continue reading : GENDER SENSITIVITY TRAINING-WORKSHOP (MODULE PREPARATION)

SEMINAR-WORKSHOP ON THE CONDUCT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEBRIEFING WITH GAD PERSPECTIVE

A two-day Seminar-Workshop on the Conduct of Psychosocial Debriefing with GAD Perspective was conducted on August 10 – 11, 2020. It was participated by twenty-one (21) selected participants from both the administration and higher education departments. The purpose of the seminar was to develop Life Coaches who can assist persons who are suffering from severe continue reading : SEMINAR-WORKSHOP ON THE CONDUCT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEBRIEFING WITH GAD PERSPECTIVE