Training Program on Project Development and Management (PDM)


By Center for Policy and Executive Development
June 21, 2017


The Center for Policy and Executive Development (CPED) of the National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG), University of the Philippines (UP) would like to invite you to our Training Program on Project Development and Management (PDM)on 26-30 June 2017.



Through the PDM program, participants will be able to understand the concepts, principles of project development and management, learn project planning and designing including their tools and techniques, and write project feasibility reports.



The 5-day training program is intensive and participatory in nature. The topics/lectures are taught by experts and practitioners from NCPAG, other UP units, and from government institutions. The registration fee covers the training kit, copies of presentations, lunch and snacks, class picture, and certificate of participation for each participant. The attachment provides instructions for registration and payment procedures.



CPED has been providing training programs to national government agencies and international organizations (e.g., House of Representatives, AFP, DAR, PCSO, UNDP, AusAID, etc.) since 1968. It has been recently accredited as government training institution by the Civil Service Commission. For more information, surf its website at http://ncpag.upd.edu.ph/centers/cped/ or at Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CPEDncpag . If you have inquiries, please contact Ms. Luisa Cepeda and Ms. Crinezza Mendoza at 920-1353 or e-mail them at cpedwebmaster@gmail.com.



We look forward to seeing you in training programs!



Very truly yours,


 
EBINEZER R. FLORANO, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director
 

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