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Seminar-Workshop on Effective Library Management and Workplace Productivity Through Stress Management, Wellness and Good Nutrition
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The Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines (ASLP), Inc. will conduct the Seminar-Workshop on Effective Library Management and Workplace Productivity Through Stress Management, Wellness and Good Nutrition on April 18-20, 2012 at the Skylight Hotel, Puerto Princesa, Palawan.


The Seminar-Workshop aims to:

  1. increase the participants’ awareness of personal stressors and idiosyncratic stress reactions;
  2. live a more relax lifestyle and prevent stress-related illness;
  3. have a healthy lifestyle through good nutrition, health and wellness; and
  4. control the stressors in one’s life through the development of a personal stress-management plan to effectively manage the workplace.
The target participants to this activity are librarians, library administrators, archivists, record officers, support staff, teachers and students of Library and Information Science, consultants and other information professionals.

The registration fee is as follows:

No. of Days
Active Member
Early-bird (on or before March 30, 2012)
On-site Registration (March 31, April 18,2012
2 days
PHP4,500.00
PhP4,700.00
PhP5,000.00
3 days
PhP6,500.00
PhP6,700.00
PhP7,200.00

Payments may be made in cash or check payable to the ASLP and may be deposited to Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) Savings Account No.: 177 1-0359-70, BSP Branch, Mabini St., Manila.

For more information, interested individuals may contact:
The Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines (ASLP)
National Library of the Philippines
Room 301, T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila
Telephone No.: (02) 840-5723
Web site Address: http://aslpwiki.wikispaces.com
Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/ASLP.librarians

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