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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XII

ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

REGIONAL ON-SITE ASSESSMENT AND VALIDATION OF STRENGTHENED


TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (STVEP) IMPLEMENTERS

A. RATIONALE

Guided with DepED Order 68, s. 2012, Guidelines on the Redesigned


/Strengthened Technical Vocational Education Program (STVEP) Support
Fund, the Department of Education Region XII through the Curriculum and
Instruction Division – Tech Voc Education aims to sustain the initial gains of
the STVEP in providing high school graduates with opportunities to acquire
certifiable vocational and technical skills for employment and
entrepreneurship. The department conducted a REGIONAL ON-SITE
ASSESSMENT AND VALIDATION OF STRENGTHENED TECHNICAL
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (STVEP) IMPLEMENTERS last
November 19-29, 2013 and December 3 – 4, 2013.

Content and process used in the on-site assessment and validation


were anchored on the data presented during the progress monitoring and
evaluation, by way of capacitating the division education supervisors and
school administrators who are implementer of STVE programs, activities and
projects to ensure synchronization of responsive endeavor to systematically
develop a strategic plan for Senior High School-Tech Voc track.

B. OBJECTIVES:

The REGIONAL ON-SITE ASSESSMENT AND VALIDATION OF


STRENGTHENED TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
(STVEP) IMPLEMENTERS aims to:

a. Determine the level of implementation of the following:


 STVEP-Competency-Based Curriculum
 Contextualization Process of the Learning Areas/Specialization
 National Competency Assessment
 On-the-Job Training and Supervised Industry Training
 Construction of workshop buildings and other infrastructure projects
in accordance with the technical requirements of the
laboratory/workshop based on the TESDA Training Regulations.

b. Determine the status of utilization of the following:


 Downloaded funds for the construction/repair of laboratory
workshops
 Downloaded funds for the provision of Competency Assessment
 Downloaded funds for the procurement of tools and equipment
 Competency-Based Curriculum, Competency-Based Learning
Materials and Contextual Learning Matrix

c. Generate data on the following:


 Student Data (e.g. enrolment, NC qualifiers/passers, whereabouts
of techvoc graduates, etc.)
 Teachers Data (e.g. NC holders, qualifications,
designation/assignment based on certification/qualification or skills
acquired from training, etc.)
 School Data (e.g. facilities, land area, fiscal autonomy, school
category, etc.)
 Teacher’s application of skills acquired from training

d. Identify the facilitating and hindering factors in the delivery of STVEP.

e. Assess the activities in preparation for Senior High School;


 School Situational analysis (external and internal);
 Formulate strategic plan, funds utilization and action programs for
Senior High School.

C. TARGET GROUP/S

1. Nine (9) Nationally Funded STVEP schools:


1.1 Canizares NTVHS - Cotabato City
1.2 Malasila NVTHS - Cotabato
1.3 Tantangan NTHS - South Cotabato
1.4 Sto. Nino NSAT - South Cotabato
1.5 GSCNSSAT - General Santos City
1.6 Bula NSF - General Santos City
1,7 Kling NHS - Sarangani
1.8 Malalag NHS - Sarangani
1.9 Glan SAT - Sarangani

2. Nineteen (19) Region-Recognized STVEP schools:


2.1 Banga NHS - South Cotabato
2.2 Bukay-Pait NHS - South Cotabato
2.3 Lapuz NHS - South Cotabato
2.4 San Miguel NHS - South Cotabato
2.5 Tupi NHS - South Cotabato
2.6 Bagumbayan NHS - Sultan Kudarat
2.7 Kalamansig NHS - Sultan Kudarat
2.8 Kalanawe NHS - Sultan Kudarat
2.9 Kapaya NHS - Sultan Kudarat
2.10 Kapingkong NHS - Sultan Kudarat
2.11 Alabel NHS - Sarangani
2.12 Banate NHS - Sarangani
2.13 Glan Padidu NHS - Sarangani
2.14 Malandag NHS - Sarangani
2.15 Manuangan NHS - Cotabato
2.16 Pangao-an NHS - Cotabato
2.17 Juan L. Gantuangco SAT - Kidapawan City
2.18 Saniel Cruz NHS - Kidapawan City
2.19 Baluan NHS - General Santos city
3. 9 Division TLE/TVE Supervisors - Evaluators
4. 6 Regional M & E Team members - Assessors

D. STATUS OF FUNDS UTILIZATION:


Remaining STVEP M & E Support Funds PhP 27,850.00

A. Fuel, lubricants and spare parts

Particulars Amount
Total no. No. of liters
Schedule Division/s Total
of Km. (1Liter:12 km)
Gen. Santos City &
Nov. 19-22, 2013 650 55 liters X 50.00 PhP 2,750.00
Sarangani
Cot. City, Cot. Prov.,
Nov. 25-29, 2013 Kidapawan City & 1,200 100 liters x 50.00 PhP 5,000.00
Sultan Kudarat
Dec. 3-4, 2013 South Cotabato 255 22 liters X 50.00 PhP 1,100.00
Oil, lubricants & spare parts PhP 1,400.00
TOTAL PhP10,250.00

B. Per diem

Particulars Amount
4 pax X PhP 400.00 X 11 days PhP 17,600.00

C. SUMMARY

Particulars Amount
Fuel, lubricants & spare parts PhP 10,250.00
Per diem PhP 17,600.00
Grand Total PhP 27,850.00

The on-site assessment and validation of the STVEP implementers was


funded thru a SARO from Tech Voc M & E support funds.

Remaining downloaded STVEP M & E Support funds PhP 27,850.00


Less: Expenses in the conduct of On-Site Assessment 27,850.00

100% Utilized STVEP M & E Support Funds PhP 000.00


(as of December 27, 2013)

A. MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGE:

1. Stakeholders pledge support and commitment to STVEP


implementation.
2. Strengthened school’s Income Generating Project (IGP) to augment
students’ expenses in supervised industry immersion and TESDA
assessment.
3. Transparency in Fiscal Management was religiously observed.
4. Upgrading and purchased of additional tools & equipment for
instruction and hands on activities.
5. Strong partnership with industry, LGU, TVEIs, HEIs and other
government line agencies.
6. Commitment of school stakeholders to increase performance by next
years to come.
7. Division Supervisors’ learning in actual Document Analysis-
Observation-Discussion (DOD) Process in monitoring & evaluation.
8. Use of assessment tool in M & E process.
9. Appropriate, friendly and effective Technical Assistance to the school
heads, teachers and other stakeholders.

Pictorials:

Submitted by:

MAGDALENO C. DUHILAG, JR.


EPS II, Tech Voc Education

APPROVED:

ALLAN G. FARNAZO, CESO IV


OIC – Regional Director