Accreditation for DILG-CBMS Trainers, now open!

Accreditation is now open to new DILG CBMS trainers. Trainers from regional and provincial DILG offices are encouraged to apply.

The call for accreditation of regional and provincial Department of Interior Local Government (DILG) CBMS Trainers is now open for application until September 13, 2013.This will be the sixth batch of CBMS accredited trainers.
The process of accreditation has been ongoing since 2009. An accredited CBMS trainer is given priority in attending updated and newly-developed modules (CBMS Training modules) of the CBMS Network as they are the ones who conduct trainings directly to local government units in the country. Aside from the trainings, accredited trainers are also invited to CBMS national conferences in which their registration fees are waived. As of date, there are already 44 accredited trainers, 33 of which are from DILG-BLGD and regional offices while the rest are from regional NEDA 4B, Batangas State University and local government units.

Here are the steps:
Step1: Fill out the following downloadable forms

Step 2: Together with the forms, attach the following:
a. Curriculum Vitae
b. Duly accomplished CBMS Trainer Accreditation Form (one for each module)
c. Copy of certificates of participation provided by the CBMS network or any accredited trainer wherein the applicant attended as a participant
d. Copy of certificate of appreciation provided by LGUs where the applicant has conducted training or certification from LGU (MPDC/Mayor) of training conducted with names of trainer/s.
e. Certification from office/institution for the trainings conducted by the CBMS trainer/s.
f. Certification from LGU (signed by head of office) regarding availability of accredited trainers to conduct training to other LGUs within or outside his/her province.
Step 3: Send the forms with the required attachments via email to Deadline for submission is on Sept.13, 2013.
Step 4: The CBMS-Philippines Team will notify you about the decision regarding your application within 2 weeks upon receipt of the application.



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