The Aklan State University College of Hospitality and Rural Resource Management celebrated the ASEAN 50th Founding Anniversary with the theme "Partnering for Change, Engaging the World” on August 8, 2017 in Ibajay, Aklan.
The event was headed by the Campus Director Dr. Emily Arangote and was graced with the presence of key university officials: University President, Dr. Danilo Abayon; Director for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Arvin Kim Arnilla; Dr. Elsa Abayon; and guest speaker, Mr. Noriel Seville.
The event showcased traditional dances from ASEAN member countries: Thailand, Laos, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, Myanmar, Malaysia and the Philippines. The audience were enthralled to see the presentations, which strengthened their appreciation for the varied cultures in the ASEAN. Homegrown talents such as the Kiriwkiw Dance Troupe, ASU Band and Glee Club also awed the audience with their performances, showing that there is no shortage of skills in the community.
The inspirational message from the guest speaker, Mr. Noriel Seville, Principal of Ibajay National High School, highlighted the increasing importance of cooperation between ASEAN nations. He expressed that the growing interconnectedness between our ASEAN partners serves to benefit everyone, especially in education as graduates will have more mobility and opportunities to work overseas.
It was the first time for ASU-CHARRM to hold ASEAN Anniversary Celebration. As a result, a deep appreciation for cooperation among ASEAN nations has been developed in the hearts of the ASU Community–a value that will continue to endure in the years to come.
The faculty and staff of Aklan State University–College of Hospitality and Rural Resource Management in their costumes in celebration of the ASEAN 50th Founding Anniversary.
Key officials gracing the event (Left to Right): Prof. Soledad A. Tallod, Chair for Administrative Support Services; Dr. Arvin Kim Arnilla, Director for Curriculum and Instruction; Dr. Elsa Abayon; Dr. Danilo Abayon, University President; Mr. Noriel Seville, Principal of Ibajay National High School; and Dr. Emily Arangote, Campus Director.
Flags from the ASEAN member countries: Thailand, represented by Prof. Elizabeth Prado; Laos represented by Mrs. Anna Marie Artiga; Brunei represented by Mr. Manuel Gaviola; Cambodia represented by Dr. Sharon Masula; Indonesia represented by Dr. janice Ching, Indonesa represented by Prof. Norivic Gilongos; Singapore represented by Mrs Bituin Ednoresfa Roquero; Myanmar represented by Mrs. Princess Abaygar; Malaysia represented by Prof. Soledad Tallod; and Philippines represented by Engr. Reimar Tingga.
Re-posted by: Ann Ponferrada, August 10, 2017 at 10: 50 am
Reorientation on AACCUP Outcomes-Based Quality Assurance
August 7, 2017
Audio Visual Room, Library Building, ASU, Banga, Aklan
Photos by: Erlyn Rodrigo of M&E Office
Posted by: Ann Ponferrada, May 2017
ASU, Banga, Aklan. Nineteen (19) DepEd teachers coming from different district of Aklan and one (1) from DA-LGU Altavas, underwent an enhancement and assessment for Agricultural Crops Production NC III at the Aklan State University-Assessment Center (ASU-AC) on April 04 to 07, 2017.
Prior to the assessment, the participants subjected themselves to training/enhancement for two (2) days to prepare them for a one day competency assessment conducted by the University’s certified assessors for the said qualification. The two (2) days enhancement was facilitated by the Center’s trainers who delivered the lectures and practical activities pertaining to the acquisition of the competency for ACP NC III. Dr. Evelyn P. Vedasto delivered the topics on Implementing Vertebrates Pest Control Program, Seed Germination and Preparing and Applying Chemicals; Dr. Lelisa J. Teodosio enlightened the participants of the topics on Controlling Weeds and Saving, Preparing and Storing Agricultural Seeds; Dr. Ruby M. Besana delivered the topic on Establishing Agronomic Crops; Prof. Remedios C. Ibabao for Implementing Postharvest Program; Implementing Plant Nutrition Program was elucidated by Dr. Nenia N. Bohulano; Engr. Jennie G. Macarilay for Undertaking Agronomic Crops Harvesting Activities; Dr. Carmenchita M. Tumaca discussed the topics on Preparing Land for Agricultural Crops Production and Fertilizer Computation; and Mr. Marlon de Juan took charge of the practical side like the operation of the hand tractor and layouting of the field for planting.
The assessment proper was done by batches of ten (10) candidates per batch for two days. The first day of assessment (April 06) was carried out by Dr. Michael T. Ibisate, a certified assessor for ACP NC III. On the second day (April 07), Prof. Ma. Rema B. Lauron, another certified assessor for ACP NC III and OAP NC II assessed the second batch candidates. A representative coming from TESDA Provincial Office in the person of Mr. Gerald G. Tinao observed the whole proceedings of the assessment.
Candidates for ACP NC III during the practical examinations on land preparation, making/lay outing of plots and planting agricultural crops.
The ASU-Assessment Center is Managed by Dr. Lelisa J. Teodosio as manager. The Center is on operation for more than a year now and had served various clients all over of Region 6 for ACP and OAP qualifications. MMTeodosio.
Re-posted by: Ann Ponferrada, August 11, 2017 at 10:25 am
Echo Seminar on the Basic of Records Management & Disaster Risk Reduction Management
August 9, 2017
Conference Hall, ASU Banga, Aklan
Photos by: Erlyn Rodrigo of M&E Office