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13th Performance Governance System (PGS) Boot Camp

Department of Education
Office of the Undersecretary
For Regional Operations


January 18, 2016


Bureau, Service, and Regional Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
Heads of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
All Other Concerned

The Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) is hosting the 13th Performance Governance System (PGS) Boot Camp on February 1-6, 2016, at Thunderbird Resorts, San Fernando, La Union.

The boot camp is an intensive training program focused on building the capacity of governance practitioners from institutions using PGS, and developing the values and skills necessary in raising the standards of governance and performance in their respective organizations.

The ISA offers two classes for the Boot Camp: the Basic Class and the Master Class. Both classes feature topics on strategy design, management, execution, and sustainability. The Basic Class will be held on February 1-3, 2016 and the Master Class will be held on February 4-6,2016.

The general information, tentative schedule, and related documents are enclosed in this advisory in Annexes A to D. Registration and other details can be accessed through the website at http://www.isacenter.org not later (Iran January 15, 2016. For further inquiries and clarifications, kindly email Ms. Gabrielle Sajo at gsaio@isacenter.org or call at (+632) 8863652 local 106.

Immediate dissemination of and appropriate action for this Advisory is desired.


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