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Orientation on NSTP course, Grading

System, TIP Vision, Mission, Core Values


and 5S Policy

National Service Training Program
CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE
Intended Learning Outcomes
At the end of the session the students are expected to :
Know the importance of 5S Housekeeping and Sanitation
Program
Apply 5S program in their daily-life routine
Understand the proper way of computing grades
Inculcate the TIP Graduate Attributes
Familiarize with the TIP Hymn and TIP March
Explain the meaning and objectives of NSTP
Recognize the Scope of NSTP
Identify the components of NSTP

NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING
PROGRAM (NSTP)
Refers to the program aimed at enhancing
civic consciousness and defense
preparedness among youth by developing
the ethics of service and patriotism while
undergoing training in any of its three (3)
components
Three Components of NSTP
1. Civic Welfare Training Service
2. Military Training Service or the Reserve
Officers Training Corps
3. Literacy Training Service
Civic Welfare Training Service
Refers to activities contributory to the
general welfare and the betterment of
life for the members of the community
or the enhancement of its facilities.
CWTS VISION
To produce valuable and effective
members of the National Service Corps
who may serve as leaders and
intermediaries in securing a quality life,
maintaining peace, harmony and growth
to Filipino communities.
CWTS MISSION
Strengthening the values and traits of the
youth

Improving the students skills and
knowledge on various endeavors

Developing the students interest in
community service
CWTS OBJECTIVES
to develop and promote civic consciousness,
enhance the intellectual, physical, moral,
spiritual and social being of the youth.

to inculcate among the youth the ideals of
patriotism and nationalism, and advance
their involvement in public and civic affairs.

to instill moral values among the youth,
inculcate respect for the rights of
civilians and adherence to the
constitution.
Legal Bases of CWTS
The National Service Training Program
(NSTP) Law or the Republic Act 9163

Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)

Institutional guidelines based on the purpose
of the program and the Vision and
Mission
Classroom Rules and Regulations
Attendance
-Two (2) late is equivalent to one (1)absent
-Three (3) absences consecutively is equivalent to
UNOFFICIALLY DROPPED
Uniform
Seat Plan (stay always in your group)
Quizzes/Seat works/Reflections/Projects
- expect it in every discussion
- plagiarism is strictly prohibited
CWTS Grading System
PG = CS (0.5) + PE (0.5)
PG = Prelim Grade
PCS = Class Standing
(Attendance, Quizzes, Projects)
PE = Prelim Exam
MG = {MCS (0.5) + ME (0.5)}2/3 + 1/3(PG)
MG = Midterm Grade
MCS = Midterm Class Standing
ME = Midterm Exam
FG = {FCS (0.5) + FE (0.5)}2/3 + 1/3(MG)
FG = Final Grade
FCS = Final Class standing
FE = Final Exam

Assignment # 1
Name: Section:
Nickname: Group no.:
Course:
Student no.:
Contact no.:
Address:
Birthday:
Birthplace:
Parents name:
Occupation:
Contact no.:
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TIP Vision 2020
In the year 2020. TIP envisions itself to be a
leading professional technological
institution though outcomes-based
education, and a culture of innovation and
continuous improvement, and an
institution whose graduates contribute to
the welfare of society.
TIP Mission
The Technological Institute of the Philippines is committed
to continue to empower the Filipino youth through
technological education of the highest standard, employing
outcomes-based education and state-of-the-art laboratories
to transform students into graduates with full competence in
their fields of study and who also possess:
- The Filipino values of honesty and integrity, service to
others, the importance of family, frugality, resilience in the
face of adversity, and the willingness to surmount
difficulties in order to succeed and excel.
TIP Mission
- The industry-desired values of positive work
attitude, good communication skills, proficiency in
computers and in the software that pertain to their
fields of study, initiative, and the openness to keep
on learning to reinvent themselves.
- The global citizen values of respect for cultural
diversity, care for the environment and the desire to
contribute to the general welfare of society.

Core Competencies of TIP
Continuing Improvement Towards Total Quality
A relentless drive towards the improvement of work
process in order to achieve quality in all aspects of
operations with the objective of delivering quality
service to the School's constituents.
Innovativeness In Physical Laboratories and Shops
The ability to innovate in order to improve facilities,
laboratories and shops; creative solutions in order to
provide and design facilities that are
up-to-date and highly conducive to teaching,
learning and working.

Core Competencies of TIP
Creative Management
The ability to innovate so that financial and human resources
are conserved and amassed to the fullest to ensure viability
and continued delivery of quality instruction and quality
administrative services.
An Organization Willing to Learn
The dynamism, openness and willingness to grow and
improve by learning new and better ways of doing things; an
organization that does not
resist the pain brought about by new
learning, new technology, new system,
and new policies.

Core Competencies of TIP
Ability to Engage Technology
The integration of technology in the management of
the school and in the conduct of research and
instruction.
Quest for Excellence
In order to achieve excellence, the quest is broken
down into small steps beginning with setting
personal standards higher than those of the School
and for the School, and the community, to
set standards higher than those of the CHED
and national government.

Core Values of TIP
Cleanliness in Mind, Body and Surroundings
Cleanliness as a way of life. A wholesome
attitude, a healthy body in clean surroundings
as the only way for real learning and working
to take place.
Community Spirit
A strong sense of community,
a willingness to cooperate in planning
and realizing goals for the common
good.

Core Values of TIP
Service Orientedness
A culture of altruism in the context of an
educational institution where work is towards
helping others with little regard for self-
interest. Teachers impart knowledge and give
of themselves unselfishly. Employees and
administrators serve with the knowledge
that service to others is their reason for
being, and the school, as a community,
gives back to society.

Core Values of TIP
Commitment to Extend Scholarship Grants
The allocation of the resources of the school
to allow poor but deserving students access to
quality education through scholarships and
grants. This is a commitment of the school's
founder to the Filipino youth, a commitment
that will always be supported by TIP.

TIP Graduate Attributes
TIP Graduate Attributes
Institutional Intended Learning Outcomes (IILO)
Professional Competence
Demonstrate understanding and mastery of the fundamental
knowledge and skills required for effective professional
practice in the field of specialization.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills
Exercise critical and creative thinking in providing solutions to
discipline-related problems.
Communication Skills
Apply effective communication skills, both orally and
in writing, using the English language.


The global citizen values for respect for cultural
diversity, care for the environment, and the desire
to contribute to the general welfare of the society.
TIP Graduate Attributes
Lifelong Learning
Utilize lifelong learning skills in pursuit of personal development
and excellence in professional practice
Social and Ethical Responsibility
Hold personal values and beliefs as ethical
professional consistent with Filipino family values, industry-
desired values and global citizen values.
Productivity
Contribute to nation-building and national development
through application of new technology
Interpersonal Skills
Work effectively in multi-disciplinary and
multicultural teams

TIP Hymn
YOULL BE IN MY HEART FOREVER

I
You sharpen my mind with knowledge and
truth
You fill up my heart with gladness and joy
You lift up my life to heights Ive never
known
You teach me, guide me, you inspire me.

II
You bring out the best of what I can be
You give me the strength to believe in me
Youve given me wings to fly above the
rest
And lead me on to victory.

REFRAIN

You are my strength, my hope, my guiding
light
Youve added values and meaning to my
life
Your teachings and caring Ill always
remember
My teachers and friends Ill always
treasure
Ill cherish the good times weve spent
together
TIP, dear TIP
Youll be in my heart forever

REPEAT REFRAIN

TIP!
TIP March
WE'RE ON TOP OF THE WORLD

I
Lift up your heart, and hold your
head up high
Were gonna win, were gonna fly
Were gonna reach our lofty dreams
Weve got the strength; weve got the
mind

II
Weve got the grit and the
determination
Weve got the courage and the drive
We will exceed all expectations
Were gonna take them by surprise.

REFRAIN

Were on top of the world TIP,
Were the tip of the top of the world!
Were on top of the world TIP,
Were the tip of the top of the world!

BRIDGE
Together we are invincible,
United we are strong,
We do our very best,
On top is where we belong.

REPEAT Stanza II then REFRAIN

TIP,TIP!
What is 5S?
5S represents five (5) Japanese word related Sanitation
and Good Housekeeping with corresponding adaptation in
English and Filipino which also starts with the letter S:
JAPANESE ENGLISH FILIPINO
Seiri Sort Suriin
Seiton Systematized Sinupin
Seiso Sweep Simutin
Seiketsu Sanitize Siguraduhin
ang Kalinisan
Shitsuke Self-discipline Sariling Kusa
The TIP LOGO

The TIP LOGO
FLAME
symbolizes the passion to educate, to excel and to
provide quality education
BOOK
traditional source of knowledge
LAPTOP COMPUTER
innovativeness, technology base and
up-to-date facilities
TRIANGLE
stability, symbolizes steadfastness
and strong foundation
Unit Organizational Profile
Civic Welfare Training Service
(CWTS) Department
S.Y.: 2014-2015
Engr. Arturo O. Sudlon Jr.
Head, Admission and Marketing Office/
CWTS Coordinator
Mr. Ian I. Llenares
CWTS Assistant Coordinator/
SOCIP Coordinator
Ms. Editha F. Dela Cruz
CWTS Facilitator III
Mr. David Michael M. Danganan
CWTS Facilitator III
Ms. Claudia Andrea R. Agapay
CWTS Facilitator II
Ms. April Ann N. Rempillo
CWTS Facilitator II
Mr. Fritz Mark T. Cortes
CWTS Facilitator I
Ms. Maridel Shine-Shine F. Rabino
CWTS Facilitator I
Ms. Joyce Ann M. Santos
CWTS Facilitator I
Mr. Russell Roi Tuazon
CWTS Facilitator I
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
Quiz:
Direction: Answer the ff. in a sheet of yellow paper.
1. _______ refers to activities contributory to the
general welfare and the betterment of life for
the members of the community or the
enhancement of its facilities.
2-4 What are the three components of NSTP?
5. The NSTP covered by the R.A. ____
6-9 Enumerate at least (4) in 5s Program.
10. What is the full name of your Teacher?
References:

National Development via National Service Training
Program RA 9163 (CWST ) Sonia Gasilla-dela Cruz,
Edeliza G. dela Cruz and Paul M. Mapue

http://tip.edu.ph/about.php?d=cv

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