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Los Baños, Laguna – The Institute of Cooperatives and Bio-Enterprise Development (ICOPED) conducted a Training of Trainers last November 7-10, 2017 at the ICOPED Auditorium, College of Economics and Management, UPLB. The training served as a refresher course for the CLDD which is one of the accredited training providers of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), and for members of the Calamba City Cooperative Development Council.
The training course aimed to upgrade the existing knowledge, attitudes and skills of CLDD’s and the City Cooperative Development Council’s pool of trainers and would-be-trainers. The participants were oriented and reviewed on the nature and present status of the Philippine cooperative sector as well as the importance of education and training as a principle of cooperatives. Throughout the course, the participants were guided in preparing session and module guides, going through the training cycle, and in formulating an action plan for cooperative training courses. The participants applied what they have learned during their micro-teaching session. They were also given the chance to experience being a trainer by being the designated hosts for the day.
The resource persons for the said training were Ms. Alicia R. Quicoy, University Researcher; Ms. Anselma C. Manila and Ms. Arminga B. Peria, retired University Extension Specialist and University Researcher, respectively; Dr. JP Roma D. Domingo, University Extension Specialist; and Asst. Professor Liezel S. Cruz of ICOPED. Dr. Mildred O. Moscoso, Assistant Professor, and Dr. Benjamina Paula G. Flor, Associate Professor from the College of Development Communication (CDC) also served as the resource persons.
A total of 18 participants consisting of Cooperative Development officers and staff of CLDD, members of the City Cooperative Development Council, and a Cooperative Development Officer of CDA Region 4 attended and completed the training. JRDDomingo