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International Seminar on Educational Management

The Association of Educators for Interrelated Research and Studies (AEIRS) will conduct its International Seminar on Educational Management with the theme, International Standards of Meeting the Challenges of School Management in the 21St Century on the following dates and venues:



July 1-3, 2011

Heritage Resort of Caoayan, Ilocos Sur

July 22-24, 2011

DepEd Ecotech Center, Lahug, Cebu Ci

July 29-31, 2011

Romulo Hall, TeachersCamp,  Baguio City

The seminar-workshop aims to:
  1. introduce international standards of managing schools to become globally competitive;
  2. resolve issues that cause mismanagement in the school setting; and
  3. identify international techniques in meeting the challenges of school administration in the 21st Century.
The participants to this activity are school administrators, supervisors, principals, head teachers, coordinators, instructors/professors, elementary and high school teachers of both public and private schools.

A registration fee of Three Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (PhP3,500.00) will be charged to each participant to cover the expenses for the speakers' fees, bag, lunch (2), snacks (4), handouts, and certificates. An early registrant can avail of a special offer of Three Thousand One Hundred Eighty Pesos (PhP3,180.00) registration fee. Registration fees can be paid to Mr. Apolinario S. Saymo with Account number: 0072-0135-06 at the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP).

The organizers will recommend a low cost lodging for the participants.

For more information, contact Mr. Apolinario S. Saymo, Seminar Director at mobile phone nos.: 0915-116-8501 or 0939-796-9069.
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femie apadchew   (21 August 2011 6:17 PM)
Hello po, I just searched this advisory, I was too late. Will there be again international seminar that you will conduct at Baguio this school year?