human capital development and education

human capital development and education

diploma in human capital management

Human Capital Management (HCM) is a highly disciplined field that helps organization develop competitive advantage and build organization capabilities. HCM is more than just managing human resources. It aims to develop and create commitment among its human resources for better engagement towards organization growth and development.

2023 1st Run: Jan. 21, 28 & Feb. 4, 11

2023 2nd Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This course covers an overview of Talent Acquisition (TA) and its components, as well as provides principles and structures in systematically approaching challenges in TA. This course focuses on experiential discussions and explore how organizations adapt their TA practices for continued business success.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand key Talent Acquisition areas and connect them to business goals and success.
  • Create and operationalize strategies for various stakeholders (e.g. internal vs external, across career levels, etc).
  • Adjust defined solutions to current and changing business challenges.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Introduction to Talent Acquisition
  • Employer Branding

Session 2:

  • Recruitment Basics
  • Sourcing

Session 3:

  • Assessment and Selection
  • Solutioning

Session 4:

  • Latest Trends in Talent Acquisition
  • Group Presentations

2023 1st Run: Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25

2023 2nd Run: Aug. 5, 12, 19 & Sep. 2

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module introduces participants to the idea of how a compensation system with an organization can help become a motivating force towards its growth and development, instructing participants in designing an equitable rewards system given an organization's manpower requirements. This module also shows participants how to monitor the effects of said compensation policies given its goal and philosophy.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the various elements of Total Rewards, its nature and linkages
  • Gain knowledge about performance management and appreciate the value of performance differentiation aligned with making compensation/rewards decisions
  • Learn how to effectively communicate total rewards strategy, including communication of rewards decisions
  • Develop a total rewards strategy for their organization

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Understanding Total Rewards
  • Why Total Rewards Approach Work
  • Developing Total Rewards Strategy

Session 2:

  • Rewarding Competitively
  • Managing Internal Equity

Session 3:

  • Performance Management
  • Rewarding Performance
  • Linking Performance & Career to Pay Decisions
  • Communicating Rewards Decisions
  • Variable Pay

Session 4:

  • Total Rewards Communication & Branding
  • Final Project Presentation

2023 1st Run: Apr. 15, 29 & May 6, 13

2023 2nd Run: Sep. 16, 23, 30 & Oct. 7

Time: 900-1800H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This program covers all legal aspect of employment based on the Labor Code of the Philippines and the Omnibus Rules Implementing the Labor Code, Jurisprudence and other labor-related laws, rules and regulations, and basic principles of social justice, equity and fairness.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Learn and understand the laws, regulations, basic theories and principles governing employment.
  • Develop skills and techniques in the implementation and operationalization of rules and regulations on employment.
  • Give due regards to the rights of the employees and the prerogatives of the employers.
  • Observe fairness, equity and social justice principles in the workplace.

Module Outline

Session 1: Introduction to Labor and Industrial Relations

  • Basic Constitutional Theories and Principles
  • Employee Rights Vs. Management Prerogatives (and Limitations)
  • Employer-Employee Relationship
  • Kinds of Employment

Session 2: Working Conditions

  • Coverage
  • Work Hours
  • Overtime Pay
  • Wages
  • Occupational Health and Safety Standards

Session 3: Employee Discipline and Termination

  • Security of Tenure
  • Due Process (Substantial & Procedural Aspects)
  • Resignation
  • Retirement

Session 4: Labor Relations

  • Bargaining Units
  • Union Formation and Registration
  • Certification Election
  • Collective Bargaining Negotiation and CBA
  • Labor Disputes: Strikes and Lockouts
  • Unfair Labor Practice

2023 1st Run: May 27 & Jun. 3, 10, 17

2023 2nd Run: Oct. 21, 28 & Nov. 4, 11

Time: 1200-2030H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P15,895

This course on Strategic Training Management examines the critical components necessary to ensure that training initiatives in organizations are linked to business needs and corporate objectives, and more importantly, can provide significant measurable results. It provides participants the unique perspective of a training and development manager and covers a whole array of topics related to the effective management of the L&D function. It also covers the development of learning strategies that will encourage the creation of learning and development systems, as well as L&D programs that will create and sustain critical impact for the organization.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Workplace Learning and Development.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Differentiate the different types of corporate strategies and develop L&D strategies and training plans that effectively align to these.
  • Distinguish various types of training organization structures and identify a suitable model for their organization
  • Determine the most effective ways to organize training teams and training professionals
  • Identify the elements of training management systems and processes for effectively running a training organization
  • Discuss the necessary skills and capabilities for effectively managing and leading a training organization
  • Pinpoint the right approach in evaluating the effectiveness of training programs at various levels
  • Construct training metrics as a dashboard measure for training implementation effectiveness
  • Understand the important role of Knowledge Management in managing training in an organization

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Course Introduction
  • Overview of Strategic Training and Development
  • The New Environment and Mandate for T&D

Session 2:

  • Presentation of Competencies Group Case Study Solutions
  • Developing Training Strategy
  • Organizing Training

Session 3:

  • Managing and Monitoring Training
  • Pursuing the Measurement of Training Effectiveness

Session 4:

  • Knowledge Management in T&D
  • Presentations of Case Finals: Integrative Cases

Instructional Tools

Synchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Virtual Mini Lectures
  • Online Discussions
  • Video Presentations
  • Case Presentations and Discussions

Asynchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Group Assignments
  • Reaction Papers
  • Individual Internet Research

2023 1st Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

2023 2nd Run: Nov. 25 & Dec. 2, 9, 16

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module introduces participants to the realization that Performance Management deals not only with performance appraisal, but also as an integrated system requiring inputs from varied organizational activities to form a cohesive system which, when properly implemented, can aid in the growth of the business and its people.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Organizational Development.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Gain a solid understanding of PMS & its strategic step-by-step process to successfully align individual performance objectives and division’s/ department’s goals with business objectives.
  • Appreciate the importance of establishing a performance management culture, positive performance culture and the culture of coaching and the culture of giving & receiving regular feedback.
  • Understand the difference between performance appraisals (reviews) and performance management.
  • recognize how performance management can affect one’s organization.
  • Discuss the necessary skills and capabilities for effectively managing and leading a training organization.
  • Differentiate performance results from employee behavior.
  • Write performance objectives and standards.

Module Outline

Session 1: Concept of Performance Management and its Principles

  • Linking Performance Management to Business Objectives & Strategies
  • Developing Performance Management Systems Management
  • Performance Management VS Performance Review
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 2: Implementing Performance Management Systems

  • Common Skills & Portable Skills
  • Comparative, Absolute, and Results Methods Approach
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 3: Tools for Effective Performance Management

  • Effective Performance Review
  • Multi Rater Feedback
  • Types of General Rating Errors
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 4: Creating a Positive Performance Culture

  • Effects of Culture
  • Company values and its relation to PMS
  • Cultural Norms and Behavior
  • Performance Review Discussions & Appraisals
Instructional Tools 

Synchronous Teaching/Learning:

  • On-line lecture / discussion (via zoom, MS Teams or Google meet)
  • Breakout rooms
  • White paper
  • On-line live polls

Asynchronous Teaching/Learning:

  • Papers as required
  • Reflection and reflexive papers
  • Performance Management System (PMS) policy paper

Target Audience 

The module is intended for:

  • HR Generalists with desire to understand the dynamics of performance management
  • OD practitioners who wish to establish the link of individual performance with the corporate strategies
  • Front line leaders who want to know how they can help their direct reports achieve their performance goals and objectives

Lecturer: Obet. A. Cruz, MBA, DBA (Candidate)

Obet has 3 decades of experience as an HR practitioner and as an HR consultant for various industries, including travel, tourism and leisure, real estate and construction, business process outsourcing, and technology.

He is a generalist. He is very strong in the areas of Talent Management, Succession Planning, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, Organizational Development, Change Management, Training and Development, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Total Rewards and Employer Branding.

He is a firm believer in the importance of education in our society and currently teaches Human Resources and Organization Development on weekends to the young minds at the De La Salle College of St. Benilde.

2023 1st Run: Jan. 21, 28 & Feb. 4, 11

2023 2nd Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module will cover topics related to strategic training needs analysis and evaluation including the approaches, methods and tools appropriate for their role in the organizational context.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify and differentiate needs using performance and organizational analysis models;
  • Simulate a real life training needs analysis intervention from a consultant’s perspective;
  • Enrich his/her TNA practice with techniques and tools from industry best practices;
  • Distinguish among the five (5) levels of Training Evaluation;
  • Create a training evaluation plan for his/her team or target client;
  • Relate TNA to Training Evaluation Practices using a linking conceptual framework;
  • Use a simplified approach to compute the Return on Investment of training programs.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • The Importance and Benefits of Training Needs Analysis
  • Differentiating the Four Kinds of Needs

Session 2:

  • TNA Models and Tools
  • Strategic Outputs of an Effective TNA Process
  • 3 Main Approaches to Conducting TNA in Organizations

Session 3:

  • Assessment & Analysis Process
  • TNA Synthesis and Transition to Evaluation

Session 4:

  • The 5 Levels of Training Evaluation
  • Calculating for the ROI of Training Programs

2023 1st Run: Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25

2023 2nd Run: Aug. 5, 12, 19 & Sep. 2

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module on Training Design and Development comes after the training needs in an enterprise have been identified. It will focus on the design that will show what areas should be covered and what learning tools should be used to fill the gaps that have been pinpointed in the needs analysis.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Recognize the link between Training Needs and Training Design;
  • Acquire the skill in designing a comprehensive training program that will meet training needs;
  • Develop the skill in formulating training objectives;
  • Choose appropriate delivery methods; and
  • Indicate the evaluation method that will be used in various types of training programs.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Problem Analysis
  • Job/Task Analysis
  • Population Analysis

Session 2:

  • Training Needs & Job Aids
  • Determination and Sequencing of Learning Objectives

Session 3:

  • Organizing Training Content
  • Selection of Training Methods
  • Training Process Design

Session 4:

  • Design of Tests and Assessments
  • Production & Development Testing
  • Validation & Remedial Action point and analyze the various issues related to Training Design

2023 1st Run: Apr. 15, 29 & May 6, 13

2023 2nd Run: Sep. 16, 23, 30 & Oct. 7

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

The module will present participants with various strategies for authoring online learning materials and deploying online training sessions. It will specifically focus on Cognitive Load Theory, Scaffolding and techniques for implementing the concepts. There will also be extensive discussions and demonstrations on various tools and techniques that can be used to enrich the online learning experience. Participants will need to deliver a short sample online training at the end of the course to demonstrate the learnings they have acquired.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Review the basic concepts in Training: Definition, Characteristics, Benefits, Stages and Justifications;
  • Recognize what is an empowered trainer and determine how he/she can be one;
  • Compare and contrast Adult Learning (Andragogy) and Child Learning (Pedagogy) and point out the rationale of using Adult Learning in Training;
  • State the significance of the learning process in T & D;
  • Describe key learning theories and principles and demonstrate how to apply them in training;
  • Name the role of perception in learning;
  • State his/her strengths and weaknesses as a facilitator and discover how he/she can improve as such;
  • Analyze the stages in an effective communication process; and
  • Demonstrate how an effective presentation is done and how various group training methods are carried out.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Beginning Instructional Design
  • Cognitive Load Theory and Instructional Design

Session 2:

  • Scaffolding Online Success
  • Instructional Design strategies for Effective Online Learning

Session 3:

  • Conducting Online Classes
  • Tools and Techniques for Conducting Online Classes

Session 4:

  • Prepare Individual Presentations
  • Individual Presentations with Feedback and Evaluation

2023 1st Run: May 27 & Jun. 3, 10, 17

2023 2nd Run: Oct. 21, 28 & Nov. 4, 11

Time: 1200-2030H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P15,895

This course on Strategic Training Management examines the critical components necessary to ensure that training initiatives in organizations are linked to business needs and corporate objectives, and more importantly, can provide significant measurable results. It provides participants the unique perspective of a training and development manager and covers a whole array of topics related to the effective management of the L&D function. It also covers the development of learning strategies that will encourage the creation of learning and development systems, as well as L&D programs that will create and sustain critical impact for the organization.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Human Capital Management.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Discuss how the strategic training framework could be applied in high impact training programs;
  • State what will make training strategic and expound how this function links well with other HR and OD activities and solutions;
  • Analyze organizations while taking note of relevant organizational and business issues and training needs;
  • Discover how to effectively set up the training function and manage training activities; and
  • Pinpoint the right approach in evaluating the effectiveness of training programs in the context of strategic training and development.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Overview of Strategic Training and Development
  • New Environment and Mandate for T&D

Session 2:

  • Developing Training Strategy
  • Organizing Training

Session 3:

  • Managing and Monitoring Training
  • Pursuing the Measurement of Training Effectiveness

Session 4:

  • Knowledge Management in T&D
  • Integrative Case Presentation –A Company’s L&D Management Practice

Instructional Tools

Synchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Virtual Mini Lectures
  • Online Discussions
  • Video Presentations
  • Case Presentations and Discussions

Asynchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Group Assignments
  • Reaction Papers
  • Individual Internet Research

Lecturer: Alexander Kibanoff

Alexander “Deng” Kibanoff  is VP for Learning and Development at PLDT-Smart with more than 20 years experience in HR. His job involves training strategy formulation, curriculum design and development (for leadership, technical and behavioral programs), as well as day-to-day management and administration of training programs and interventions for all employees in PLDT and Smart. He pioneered e-learning in PLDT, developing programs for on-line learning and virtual classroom course delivery in a much recognized program called "LearNET". He was also once part of the Business Transformation Office of PLDT developing programs for its Transformation Academy.

Deng is a regular speaker for the public progams of the Philippine Society for Talent Development, the foremost association of learning and development professionals in the country. He also serves as a part-time Facilitator at the De La Salle University-College of St. Benilde, School of Professional and Continuing Education, handling some modules in its Human Capital Management and Workplace Learning and Development Diploma Programs. He was also formerly a part-time faculty of San Beda College (college level), Enderun Colleges (college level),  and Southville Foreign University (MBA Program), teaching human resource management academic courses. He is also a regular volunteer of PLDT-Smart Foundation's Gabay Guro Program, serving as Training Pillar Head, and personally having taught more than 30,000 teachers in various seminars nationwide that Gabay Guro runs as part of its teacher training advocacy.

Deng holds a Master of Commerce (Economics) from the University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia, where he served as an ADCOS full scholar, a Bachelor of Business Management and MBA from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, and an AB Economics (cum laude) from UP.  He also holds a Professional Teacher’s License and placed No. 1 in the National Licensure Exam for Teachers in 2008.

2023 1st Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

2023 2nd Run: Nov. 25 & Dec. 2, 9, 16

Time: 0900-1800H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This course is designed to introduce you to the different technology tools for training and development, learning management systems, E-learning course design and development to be applied to existing or present LMS design. Learn to apply new knowledge to design and prototype LMS courses and programs. Present your technology applied training systems in class for critique and further iterative development.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the terms, the process and selection for technology supported learning and training systems.
  • Create training modules for learning management systems using competency based course design.
  • Present prototype LMS training modules subject for design critique and learner feedback for continuous development and iteration.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Basics of E-Learning
  • Designing, Planning and Developing for Courses

Session 2:

  • Competency and Learning objectives
  • Decision Grids
  • Rubric Assessment
  • Sample LMS Tools
  • Sample Test and Assessment Design

Session 3:

  • BMC Framework applied to Technology Supported Training
  • BMC Iteration and Samples
  • LMS Proposal Outline
  • BMC Framework Application

Session 4:

  • Full Course Design Activity
  • Prototype Development
  • LMS Course Proposal using Tech-Supported Courses and Platforms

Lecturer: Daniel Enriquez Professor | Production Manager | Consultant 

Dan served the Academe for nearly two decades, involved as one of the pioneers of the Multimedia Arts Program in De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. The knowledge he imparts range from illustration to 3D animation, creative storytelling for games and animation and new media business and entrepreneurship.

He professionally served as freelance project manager, designer and consultant for CREAM studios with work scope ranging from curriculum accreditation, 3D training and instruction programs and adobe game development production. The output produced are micro-games for online and offline interactive applications. He also supervised production teams in Asia Pacific College, SM Foundation and collaborated with Oxin Studios and Unitel for independent CG film features. He belonged to start-up Datacore Images USA as CAD supervisor and QC.

His artistic exhibitions range from working with Bankee Trading as marketing consultant for Tomy Takara and Bandai toylines and the Toy Collectors Gallery with Seriland, Ocean park--giving toys and pop-culture appeal for both the young and old. He still practices as freelance Production manager for infographic 3D motion graphics and animation.

 

diploma in workplace learning and development

This program is designed to create among participants a full understanding of the role of training and development in the continued growth of human capital, which is crucial for the strategic success of the organization. Its strong focus is on the development of capabilities in the learning and development aspect of human capital, the organizational resource that has a great role in the successful attainment of the organizational vision and mission.

diploma in organizational development

The Diploma Program in Organizational Development provides participants with a framework to analyze and clarify matters of their business competitiveness and its own structural effectiveness, to discern organizational dilemmas through structural, systematic, human resource and cultural perspective, and to create and supervise interventions and contingency plan to aid in overcoming them.

2023 1st Run: Jan. 21, 28 & Feb. 4, 11

2023 2nd Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module covers the broad stroke introduction to what Organization Development (OD) is all about and its difference with Human Resource Management (HRM). Depending on which reference book and author one reads, OD and HR are complementary and not in competition, nor one is subservient to the other or vice versa.

The module will briefly introduce participants to the theories that formed the basis for Organization Development as an independent field of study, the traditional tools of analyzing (OD Diagnostic Tools) organizations, its relevance in today’s New Normal, the traditional plans and programs (OD Interventions) necessary to make a high performing organization and the modern counterpart of these “traditions” as applied in today’s VUCA world and possible Black Swan events.

Participants will also be exposed to various case situationers (culled from reputable business journals and magazines) that transformed and changed itself to organizations that conforms to OD ideals (i.e. healthy, effective, and high performing organizations, particularly during the on-going pandemic).

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand OD concepts that can easily be grasped and why it is imperative for sustained business viability, particularly in today's New Normal.
  • Learn proper analysis of organization needs using various OD diagnostic tools, its purpose and applications.
  • Appreciate application of assorted OD Intervention techniques to address organization concerns and issues.
  • Decide to pursue the other OD modules and complete the Diploma in Organization Development of DLS-CSB SPaCE for more exciting learning sessions on OD.

Module Outline

Session 1: OD and its relevance to business

  • What is Organization Development
  • Why OD Intervention no longer limited to Behavioral Science
  • What is VUCA?
  • What’s the relationship of HR and OD?

Session 2: OD Diagnostic Tools

  • Perceived vs Real Organizational Problems
  • Traditional OD Diagnostic Tools
  • OD Diagnosis Application

Session 3: OD Interventions

  • OD Interventions (traditional) vs Modern Interventions
  • Criteria for choosing the best OD interventions
  • Formulating the OD Plan and getting buy in and approval

Session 4: OD Planning, Investigation, and Evaluation

  • OD Approaches to Change
  • John Kotter 8 Steps Model of Change
  • Building Block approach in OD
  • Action Research Concept the TDK approach of OD plan implementation

2023 1st Run: Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25

2023 2nd Run: Aug. 5, 12, 19 & Sep. 2

Time: 1200-2030H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module enables participants to design and deliver effective communication strategies by utilizing the full range of communication vehicles and channels in ways that meet the needs and motivations of client groups at all levels; as well as to support shaping and changing an operational culture to align with strategic business goals that promotes the health and vitality of an organization to embody its mission, vision and values.

Instructional Tools

Synchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Online Lecture and Discussion
  • Presentation of Company's actual experiences
  • Video Presentations

Asynchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Case Analysis
  • Reaction paper on assigned readings
  • Workshops
  • Focus Group Discussion

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand OD concepts that can easily be grasped and why it is imperative for sustained business viability, particularly in today's New Normal.
  • Learn proper analysis of organization needs using various OD diagnostic tools, its purpose and applications.
  • Appreciate application of assorted OD Intervention techniques to address organization concerns and issues.
  • Decide to pursue the other OD modules and complete the Diploma in Organization Development of DLSU CSB-SPaCE for more exciting learning sessions on OD.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Brief Overview of Organizational Culture and Communication
  • The OD Consultant Profile
  • Case Analysis

Session 2:

  • Organizational Culture
  • Corporate Identity and Image
  • The Corporate Brand: An Organization's Covenant

Session 3:

  • Corporate Communication
  • Corporate Governance
  • Management of Change

Session 4:

  • Market Segmentation
  • Media Relations

2023 1st Run: Apr. 15, 29 & May 6, 13

2023 2nd Run: Sep. 16, 23, 30 & Oct. 7

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module provides the learners with concepts and tools on developing a vision, mission, objectives, strategies, implementation plans and monitoring and control metrics. Techniques on correctly identifying external and internal factors that industries and companies are presently facing will be discussed, using as real-life examples, the participants’ own organizations. Matching opportunities and threats with strengths and weaknesses is key to preparing credible and realistic strategies and action plans.

The alignment of the proposed financial and strategic objectives with the articulated company vision / mission is critical in arriving executable implementation plans. Performance measures using the Balanced Scorecard will complete the strategic planning and execution cycle. Special topics, such as organizational culture, globalization, governance and organization politics, will be discussed, particularly, those that will enable the strategic management process.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Craft vision and mission statements that can be clearly understood by the employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.
  • Identify strategic issues, relevant external factors and internal factors that needs to be addressed by the company.
  • Develop strategic and financial objectives.
  • Formulate innovative and realistic strategies, implementation plans and relevant metrics to determine company performance.
  • Identify support processes that would strengthen the organizational, human and technological capital required for successful execution of goals and strategies.

Module Outline

Session 1: Strategy Formulation I

  • Strategy Formulation
  • Strategy Choices

Session 2: Strategy Formulation II

  • External and Internal Environment Assessment
  • Strategy Choices (SWOT Analysis)
  • Financial and Strategic Objectives
  • Other Strategy Selection Tools

Session 3: Strategy Implementation

  • Strategy Execution, Monitoring and Control
  • Organizational Objectives
  • Financial Projections

Session 4: Integration and Special Topics

  • Strategy Formulation and Execution
  • Special Strategic Management Topics

2023 1st Run: May 27 & Jun. 3, 10, 17

2023 2nd Run: Oct. 21, 28 & Nov. 4, 11

Time: 1200-2030H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P15,895

This module equips the participants on how to analyze assumptions, facts, and context and skillful adjustments to improve quality of design and solutions by applying technology and continuous improvement approaches to increase effectiveness and efficiency, and be able to measure process performance through output quality, cycle time, process cost and variability, and impact on defined measures.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Acquire technical know on how to systematize excellence in operations to make it repeatable, duplicable, and predictable to bring the desired business results.
  • Appreciate the difference between behavioral and techno structural organization development interventions.
  • Gain overview of interventions that lead to greater organizational effectiveness.
  • Have a working knowledge of techno-structural interventions.
  • Create effective organization design and structure to suit changing enterprise demands.
  • Acquire knowledge of business process improvement.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Management Systems
  • Total Quality & Organizational Development
  • Seven Parts of Organizational Development

Session 2:

  • Six Organizational Issues Reshaping OD Environment
  • Organizational Issues Leading to Total Quality, Managing Organization Structures & Change Process
  • Ethical Work Culture and Expanded Organization Development Roles

Session 3:

  • Strategy Formulation: Gap Analysis
  • Intro to Techno Structural Intervention
  • Total Quality Management

Session 4:

  • Framework and roadblocks for implementing TQM
  • Final Project Presentation

Instructional Tools

Synchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • On-line lecture / discussion (via Zoom, MS Teams or GoogleMeet)
  • Breakout Rooms
  • Live online polls
  • Brainstorming/mind-mapping

Asynchronous Teaching Strategies:

  • Summary Essays on readings
  • Reflection Papers on readings/videos
  • Critique Papers on article readings
  • Process Maps

Lecturer: Obet A. Cruz MBA, DBA (Candidate)

Obet has 3 decades of experience as an HR practitioner and as an HR consultant for various industries, including travel, tourism and leisure, real estate and construction, business process outsourcing, and technology.

He is a generalist. He is very strong in the areas of Talent Management, Succession Planning, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, Organizational Development, Change Management, Training and Development, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Total Rewards and Employer Branding.

He is a firm believer in the importance of education in our society and currently teaches Human Resources and Organization Development on weekends to the young minds at Benilde.

2023 1st Run: Jul. 1, 8, 15, 22

2023 2nd Run: Nov. 25 & Dec. 2, 9, 16

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P15,895

This is a learning journey on managing employee performance. It will showcase how successful organizations implement a focused and transparent performance management system (PMS) – ensuring alignment of individual performance objectives with division and department’s objectives to safeguard achievement of the company vision, mission, objectives & strategies. The module will cover the fundamentals of performance management and how to strategically use it.

*This module is shared with the Diploma in Human Capital Management.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Gain a solid understanding of PMS & its strategic step-by-step process to successfully align individualperformance objectives and division’s/ department’s goals with business objectives.
  • Appreciate the importance of establishing a performance management culture, positive performance culture and the culture of coaching and the culture of giving & receiving regular feedback.
  • Understand the difference between performance appraisals (reviews) and performance management.
  • recognize how performance management can affect one’s organization.
  • Discuss the necessary skills and capabilities for effectively managing and leading a training organization.
  • Differentiate performance results from employee behavior.
  • Write performance objectives and standards.

Module Outline

Session 1: Concept of Perfomance Management and its Principles

  • Linking Performance Management to Business Objectives & Strategies
  • Developing Performance Management Systems Management
  • Performance Management VS Performance Review
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 2: Implementing Performance Management Systems

  • Common Skills & Portable Skills
  • Comparative, Absolute, and Results Methods Approach
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 3: Tools for Effective Performance Management

  • Effective Performance Review
  • Multi Rater Feedback
  • Types of General Rating Errors
  • Developing Performance Management Systems

Session 4: Creating a Positive Performance Culture

  • Effects of Culture
  • Company values and its relation to PMS
  • Cultural Norms and Behavior
  • Performance Review Discussions & Appraisals
Instructional Tools 

Synchronous Teaching/Learning:

  • On-line lecture / discussion (via zoom, MS Teams or Google meet)
  • Breakout rooms
  • White paper
  • On-line live polls

Asynchronous Teaching/Learning:

  • Papers as required
  • Reflection and reflexive papers
  • Performance Management System (PMS) policy paper

Target Audience 

The module is intended for:

  • HR Generalists with desire to understand the dynamics of performance management
  • OD practitioners who wish to establish the link of individual performance with the corporate strategies
  • Front line leaders who want to know how they can help their direct reports achieve their performance goals and objectives

Lecturer: Obet. A. Cruz, MBA, DBA (Candidate)

Obet has 3 decades of experience as an HR practitioner and as an HR consultant for various industries, including travel, tourism and leisure, real estate and construction, business process outsourcing, and technology.

He is a generalist. He is very strong in the areas of Talent Management, Succession Planning, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, Organizational Development, Change Management, Training and Development, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Total Rewards and Employer Branding.

He is a firm believer in the importance of education in our society and currently teaches Human Resources and Organization Development on weekends to the young minds at Benilde.

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2023 1st Run: Jan. 21, 28 & Feb. 4, 11

Time: 32 Total Hours 

Module Fee: P12,895

The module was designed to give the participants a working knowledge in planning, designing, development, delivery, and assessment of blended and full online learning courses.

Module Objectives

At the end of module 1 the participant will be able to:

• Create an online learning plan
• Execute the learning plan for in designing, developing, and delivering an online course
• Design and construct course content in a learning/classroom management system
• Apply the recommended learning assessment in line with the defined learning objectives of a course

At the end of the module 2 the participant will be able to:

• Determine evaluation and features criteria for matching the LMS offering and the institutional needs.
• Carry out a proof of concept (POC) / proof of value (POV) to determine the LMS fit.
• Apply a course program testing on an LMS to measure the depth of the features and capabilities
• Publish an online course for end-to-end course / classroom management cycle

At the end of the module 3 and 4, the participant will be able to:

• Create an online learning plan
• Execute the learning plan for in designing, developing, and delivering an online course
• Design and construct course content in a learning/classroom management system
• Apply the recommended learning assessment in line with the defined learning objectives of a course

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Introduction (participants, facilitator)
  • Waves of Learning Modes and Approaches
  • Learning Drawbacks Issues
  • The future of learning

Session 2:

  • Introduction to LMS
  • Common features of an LMS.
  • What are the top LMS in the Market?
  • Criteria in evaluating an LMS
  • What is a Virtual Classroom
  • Introduction to Google Classroom

Session 3:

  • Introduction to the TPACK Framework
  • Course Planning

Session 4:

  • Online Discussions
  • Assessment

Lecturer: Ricson Singson Que CISM, DPO (TUV), MBA

Ricson Singson Que is both an educator and an IT professional who has served both DLSU and DLS-CSB.  Ricson has helped the education industry and various companies in the areas of digital transformation, data privacy, information security, and technology management.

Mr. Singson Que has been a technology and security professional in the Industry for almost twenty-three (23) years. He has performed various positions: from programmer, project manager, network & server administration, IT service manager, IT executive, technology evangelist, infosec committee chair, up to a digital transformation strategic leader.  Aside from his technical background, his education skills include online curriculum design, hybrid & online class management & delivery, content development, learning management system (LMS) administration, and academic administration.

His contribution to education included back office support for Benilde's online learning since 2000 handling multiple LMS both administration and train-the trainers program.  He conducted hybrid and online classes since 2007 in the Graduate School of Business and Decision Science Department under the RVR College of Business, DLSU.  Ricson also facilitated webinars for ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association), panel member and moderator for various online events in education, technology, and security.  Ricson also serves under the PSG of the proposed BS in Cybersecurity Program under CHED.

 

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2022 1st Run: Mar. 12, 19, 26 & Apr. 2

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 3rd Run: Oct. 1,  8, 15, 22

Time: 24 hours (12 synchronous, 12 asynchronous)

Module Fee: P8,895

This online program is designed to allow educators, trainers and resource speakers to create their own digital educational content for their online classes and workshops, ranging from static graphics to online video. The course participants will be given strategic guidelines to allow effective strategies for content development and creation, as well as helpful application tools that will allow them to produce their own instructional content ready for online conduction. Fundamental techniques for content creation and development will be taught and applied for your educational content output.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Relate to the basics of content development with educational instruction.
  • Plan to conceive educational material suited for online conduction.
  • Apply varied software applications to produce educational digital content.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Basics for Content Development
  • Scriptwriting for Online Content
  • Collecting Content Materials (Graphics, Video, Audio)

Session 2:

  • Techniques and Tools for Content
  • Designing for the Online Audiences
  • Video Recording and Editing for Communication
  • Recording and Shoot Techniques

Session 3:

  • Moving Images for Communication
  • Effective Communication practices for instructional learning content
  • Techniques for creating Explainer videos

Session 4:

  • Livestreaming for Communication
  • Livestream Production, Applications and Techniques
  • Best Practices
 

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2023 1st Run: Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25 & Apr. 1, 15, 29

Time: 1100-1900H (49 hours)

Module Fee: P18,495

This module covers basic frames on understanding art. Participants will learn how to experience and understand visual, music and performance art through their basic elements, medium and technique, as well as analyze and critique their content and context.

Participants will create activities applying these principles to their lesson plans. Emphasis is placed on framing the basic understanding of art and aesthetics and how these concepts can be translated to art activities in then classroom and be applied to any strand within the Senior High School program and Higher Education Arts Classes.

This module will also help the learners in developing a portfolio of creative pedagogies and methodologies, as well as a comprehensive resource database that will aid and heighten the creative learning experience of their pupils.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Articulate and apply the definition of art through discourses on aesthetics.
  • Identify the different categories and elements of art (visual, music and performance).
  • Distinguish different media in art production, their content and contexts.
  • Constructively critique works of art by framing them properly through specific art theories.
  • Create art activities applying these discourses in the classroom, appropriating them depending on the specific Senior High School strands.
  • Create lesson plans and organized art workshop proposals applying elements and principles of art and appropriating them depending on the specific Senior High School strands.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • What is Art? What is Aesthetics?
  • Sources and Influences of Philippine Art
  • Art Education in the Philippines

Session 2:

  • Teaching Philippine Art in the Context of World Art Studies
  • Creative Pedagogies
  • Creating a lesson plan using creative pedagogies/methodologies

Session 3:

  • "Demystification"; How do we "demystify" art
  • Virtual Museum Visits
  • Creating an on-site and post-visit activity guide for Museum/gallery/site session

Session 4:

  • Medium and Technique Survey Lecture

Session 5:

  • Basic Cultural Mapping
  • Cultural Mapping Writeshop

Session 6:

  • Basic Curatorial Mapping
  • Cultural Mapping Writeshop

Session 7:

  • Presentation of Online Curatorial Projects

Lecturer: Lara Angelica B. Rosario

Lara is a part-time faculty of the Foundation Studies (formerly Design Foundations) Department at the School of Design and Arts, at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

She graduated from the University of the Philippines with a bachelor’s degree in Art Studies wherein she is also currently pursuing her Masters degree in Museum Studies. Her experience in the arts would include the planning and implementation of national and international culture and arts projects and events in behalf of government institutions such as the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the University of the Philippines, and the Department of Education.

Interactions and engagements with seasoned curators, art critics, art educators and cultural workers both within the academe and in the field have provided a more holistic perspective in art which she found integral in teaching Humanities (Art and Society), Art Appreciation, Art History (Philippine, Asian and Western), Aesthetics, and Cultural Anthropology.

It was her academic and community work in the arts that has affirmed her belief in the significance of local culture and art in education that she tries to impart to all of her students.

Lecturer: Angelica Viceral

Viceral has worked as an art educator for tertiary and senior high levels for eight years. She finished her Bachelors in Art Studies with a minor in Anthropology and Psychology and Master’s degree  under Art History at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She is also a cultural worker and arts based researcher. She has presented research papers in local and international conferences with topics in art and museum education, art and healing, socially engaged art and pedagogies in Philippine Art.

She is also a licensed Secondary education teacher major in Music, Arts and Physical Education and a recipient of the Asian Graduate Fellowship Award by the National University of Singapore Asian Research Institute in 2014.

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2022 1st Run: June 25 & July 2, 9, 16

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 32 Total Hours 

Module Fee: P12,895

The module was designed to give the participants a working knowledge in planning, designing, development, delivery, and assessment of blended and full online learning courses.

Module Objectives

At the end of module 1 the participant will be able to:

• Create an online learning plan
• Execute the learning plan for in designing, developing, and delivering an online course
• Design and construct course content in a learning/classroom management system
• Apply the recommended learning assessment in line with the defined learning objectives of a course

At the end of the module 2 the participant will be able to:

• Determine evaluation and features criteria for matching the LMS offering and the institutional needs.
• Carry out a proof of concept (POC) / proof of value (POV) to determine the LMS fit.
• Apply a course program testing on an LMS to measure the depth of the features and capabilities
• Publish an online course for end-to-end course / classroom management cycle

At the end of the module 3 and 4, the participant will be able to:

• Create an online learning plan
• Execute the learning plan for in designing, developing, and delivering an online course
• Design and construct course content in a learning/classroom management system
• Apply the recommended learning assessment in line with the defined learning objectives of a course

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Introduction (participants, facilitator)
  • Waves of Learning Modes and Approaches
  • Learning Drawbacks Issues
  • The future of learning

Session 2:

  • Introduction to LMS
  • Common features of an LMS.
  • What are the top LMS in the Market?
  • Criteria in evaluating an LMS
  • What is a Virtual Classroom
  • Introduction to Google Classroom

Session 3:

  • Introduction to the TPACK Framework
  • Course Planning

Session 4:

  • Online Discussions
  • Assessment

Lecturer: Ricson Singson Que CISM, DPO (TUV), MBA

Ricson Singson Que is both an educator and an IT professional who has served both DLSU and DLS-CSB.  Ricson has helped the education industry and various companies in the areas of digital transformation, data privacy, information security, and technology management.

Mr. Singson Que has been a technology and security professional in the Industry for almost twenty-three (23) years. He has performed various positions: from programmer, project manager, network & server administration, IT service manager, IT executive, technology evangelist, infosec committee chair, up to a digital transformation strategic leader.  Aside from his technical background, his education skills include online curriculum design, hybrid & online class management & delivery, content development, learning management system (LMS) administration, and academic administration.

His contribution to education included back office support for Benilde's online learning since 2000 handling multiple LMS both administration and train-the trainers program.  He conducted hybrid and online classes since 2007 in the Graduate School of Business and Decision Science Department under the RVR College of Business, DLSU.  Ricson also facilitated webinars for ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association), panel member and moderator for various online events in education, technology, and security.  Ricson also serves under the PSG of the proposed BS in Cybersecurity Program under CHED.

 

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2022 1st Run: Mar. 12, 19, 26 & Apr. 2

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 3rd Run: Oct. 1,  8, 15, 22

Time: 24 hours (12 synchronous, 12 asynchronous)

Module Fee: P8,895

This online program is designed to allow educators, trainers and resource speakers to create their own digital educational content for their online classes and workshops, ranging from static graphics to online video. The course participants will be given strategic guidelines to allow effective strategies for content development and creation, as well as helpful application tools that will allow them to produce their own instructional content ready for online conduction. Fundamental techniques for content creation and development will be taught and applied for your educational content output.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Relate to the basics of content development with educational instruction.
  • Plan to conceive educational material suited for online conduction.
  • Apply varied software applications to produce educational digital content.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Basics for Content Development
  • Scriptwriting for Online Content
  • Collecting Content Materials (Graphics, Video, Audio)

Session 2:

  • Techniques and Tools for Content
  • Designing for the Online Audiences
  • Video Recording and Editing for Communication
  • Recording and Shoot Techniques

Session 3:

  • Moving Images for Communication
  • Effective Communication practices for instructional learning content
  • Techniques for creating Explainer videos

Session 4:

  • Livestreaming for Communication
  • Livestream Production, Applications and Techniques
  • Best Practices
 

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2022 1st Run: Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26

2022 2nd Run: May 21, 28 & Jun. 4, 11, 18

2022 3rd Run: Aug. 27 & Sep. 3, 10, 17, 24

Time: 1100-1900H (49 hours)

Module Fee: P18,495

This module covers basic frames on understanding art. Participants will learn how to experience and understand visual, music and performance art through their basic elements, medium and technique, as well as analyze and critique their content and context.

Participants will create activities applying these principles to their lesson plans. Emphasis is placed on framing the basic understanding of art and aesthetics and how these concepts can be translated to art activities in then classroom and be applied to any strand within the Senior High School program and Higher Education Arts Classes.

This module will also help the learners in developing a portfolio of creative pedagogies and methodologies, as well as a comprehensive resource database that will aid and heighten the creative learning experience of their pupils.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Articulate and apply the definition of art through discourses on aesthetics.
  • Identify the different categories and elements of art (visual, music and performance).
  • Distinguish different media in art production, their content and contexts.
  • Constructively critique works of art by framing them properly through specific art theories.
  • Create art activities applying these discourses in the classroom, appropriating them depending on the specific Senior High School strands.
  • Create lesson plans and organized art workshop proposals applying elements and principles of art and appropriating them depending on the specific Senior High School strands.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • What is Art? What is Aesthetics?
  • Sources and Influences of Philippine Art
  • Art Education in the Philippines

Session 2:

  • Teaching Philippine Art in the Context of World Art Studies
  • Creative Pedagogies
  • Creating a lesson plan using creative pedagogies/methodologies

Session 3:

  • "Demystification"; How do we "demystify" art
  • Virtual Museum Visits
  • Creating an on-site and post-visit activity guide for Museum/gallery/site session

Session 4:

  • Medium and Technique Survey Lecture

Session 5:

  • Basic Cultural Mapping
  • Cultural Mapping Writeshop

Session 6:

  • Basic Curatorial Mapping
  • Cultural Mapping Writeshop

Session 7:

  • Presentation of Online Curatorial Projects

Lecturer: Lara Angelica B. Rosario

Lara is a part-time faculty of the Foundation Studies (formerly Design Foundations) Department at the School of Design and Arts, at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

She graduated from the University of the Philippines with a bachelor’s degree in Art Studies wherein she is also currently pursuing her Masters degree in Museum Studies. Her experience in the arts would include the planning and implementation of national and international culture and arts projects and events in behalf of government institutions such as the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the University of the Philippines, and the Department of Education.

Interactions and engagements with seasoned curators, art critics, art educators and cultural workers both within the academe and in the field have provided a more holistic perspective in art which she found integral in teaching Humanities (Art and Society), Art Appreciation, Art History (Philippine, Asian and Western), Aesthetics, and Cultural Anthropology.

It was her academic and community work in the arts that has affirmed her belief in the significance of local culture and art in education that she tries to impart to all of her students.

Lecturer: Angelica Viceral

Viceral has worked as an art educator for tertiary and senior high levels for eight years. She finished her Bachelors in Art Studies with a minor in Anthropology and Psychology and Master’s degree  under Art History at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She is also a cultural worker and arts based researcher. She has presented research papers in local and international conferences with topics in art and museum education, art and healing, socially engaged art and pedagogies in Philippine Art.

She is also a licensed Secondary education teacher major in Music, Arts and Physical Education and a recipient of the Asian Graduate Fellowship Award by the National University of Singapore Asian Research Institute in 2014.

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2022 1st Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: P11,600

This module aims to prepare the modern educators' understanding of their various roles in the 21st century digital technology affecting the current teaching and learning process. Moreover, this will help them update their pedagogies using the current models of education technology and the different powerful tools and resources in innovating their respective classrooms. At the end of the module, they will be able to design, present and evaluate their own technology learning plan integrating the elements of digital citizenship.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the basic demands of the 21st century teaching and learning process;
  • Know the current models for education technology integration;
  • Learn how to use the different powerful tools and resources in innovating their respective classrooms;
  • Integrate the element/s of digital citizenship in the technology learning plan; and
  • design, present and evaluate their own technology learning plan.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Technology in Education: The 21st Century Teaching and Learning Process, the Modern Educator, and the Active Learner
  • Transforming your Teaching: Models for Education Technology Integration
  • Innovating your Teaching: Tools and Resources in Innovating your Classroom Experience Part I: Apple for Education

Session 2:

  • Innovating your Teaching: Tools and Resources in Innovating your Classroom Experience Part II: Google for Education
  • Innovating your Teaching: Tools and Resources in Innovating your Classroom Experience Part III: Microsoft in Education 

Session 3:

  • Designing the Technology Learning Plan: Creation
  • Designing the Tech Learning Plan: Presentation and Evaluation

Lecturer: Henry Magahis Humanities and Social Sciences Coordinator

Henry Magahis is a technology integrator and consultant, researcher, scholar, writer, editor, and currently the coordinator of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Senior High School of  De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, an Apple Distinguished School in the Philippines. He is currently finishing his Doctor of Philosophy in Philippine Studies, Major in Languages, Media and Culture at De La Salle University, Manila. He is also a graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino at Philippine Normal University, Manila. Last 2017, he was recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator.

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2022 1st Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

This module covers FSL Interpreting Teaming and Feedback Strategies. Teaming allows for affirmation that the message is correct, it also allows for support if the interpretation was inaccurate, but most importantly having a team allows for breaks as working into another language for a certain period of time can be quite fatiguing.

Feedback is the opportunity for pre-assignment and post-assignment discussion to debrief on the work that is to come and when the assignment is complete. It is vital to have pre- assignment feedback as it will allow for better means of teaming when you know what your team needs when they need a feed. Post-assignment includes what was effective and what wasn’t effective during certain moments of interpretation.

This module also provides tools and methods to engage in appropriate self-care and to prevent burnout as professional interpreters.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand and practice the dialogue that occurs during pre-assignment, during the assignment, and post-assignment.
  • Identify their own teaming and feedback needs and styles and how to incorporate them in their work.
  • Incorporate and practice self-care in order to continue longevity and prevent burn-out.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Preparation for Interpreting
  • What is Teaming?
  • Discussing with Consumers
  • Monitoring
  • Judgmental vs Non-Judgmental

Session 2:

  • What do I need from my Team?
  • What do I feed my Team?
  • Switching

Session 3:

  • Wellness
  • Self-Care Plan
  • Deliberate Practive vs Talent
  • Review

SHORT COURSES

ELECTIVE MODULES

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2022 1st Run: TBA

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 1200-2030H (32 hours)

Module Fee: P13,495

This module views human capital management (HCM) as a can essential factor in the success and sustainability of any organization. It will provide a fresh perspective on the role of HCM and its function as a change agent partner of the management and how they can work together in building and sustaining a strong and sustainable workforce aligned with its strategy and goals.

This module covers strategic human capital topics such as strategic HR, Talent Acquisition, Talent Assessment and Development,  Compensation and Benefits, and other Special Topics. 

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the context of organizations and the evolving role of the human capital function in the changing environment.
  • Develop a strategic mindset in designing the organization to support strategy.
  • Understand the functions of HCM and how these can be so designed to support strategy implementation.
  • Explain culture and how it impacts the organization.
  • Apply people management skills.
  • Identify and management relevant HCM ethical issues. 

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • The Context of Strategic Human Capital Management
  • Main Cycles of Human Capital Management

Session 2: Strategic Human Capital Management

  • Situation Analysis
  • HC Vision, Mission and Values
  • HC Strategic Goals
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Key Result Areas and Key Performance Indicators
  • Core Competencies 

Session 3: 

  • Measuring HR Strategies: The Main KPIs
  • Human Resources versus Human Capital
  • Return on Human Capital (ROHC) and Cost of Labor (COL)
  • Human Value Added (HVA) and Profit Per Employee (PPE)
  • Employee Morale and Employee Satisfaction Indices
  • HR Scorecards and Dashboards
  • The Balanced Scorecard

Session 4: 

  • Global HCM Issues and Ethical Practices
  • Evaluating HCM’s Performance

Lecturer: Karmela "Karl" Palma-Samson MBA, ICAE

  • Co-Owner & Co-Founder, CK Leisure and Entertainment
  • Organization Excellence Consultant for The Blue Group
  • Former Principal Consultant, Beacon Consulting
  • Former Advisor to the CEO & HR Manager, Qatar Public Relations
  • Former Director for Organization Development and Corporate Planning, Trimoo
  • Former Department Head, Organization Development and Corporate Planning, Enchanted Kingdom, Inc.
  • Lecturer for various training and academic institutions on business, marketing, human resources, quality management, and organization development.
  • Internationally certified Senior Professional for Human Resources  (SPHRi)
  • IAAPA Certified Attractions Executive
  • Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt, currently taking up Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
  • Certified Scrum Developer
  • (Present) Doctor in Business Administration, San Beda University
  • Master of Laws - International Trade and Commercial Law, University of Essex, UK (Candidate)
  • Executive Masters in Business Administration, Ateneo de Manila Graduate School of Business
  • Mentor, Qatar Professional Women’s Network
  • Member, Philippine Academy of Management

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2022 1st Run: TBA

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

Part 1 is a holistic approach towards managing workplace health and safety with strong emphasis on health risk management including occupational health and hygiene, human factors and ergonomics, and emerging risks such as nano-materials. It covers a wide range of general and specific safety issues including crowd safety, working at heights and flammable substances.

Part 2 introduces the concepts and strategies for Corporate Social Responsibility. Helping participants understand and assess the need for integrating social and environmental concerns reflecting organizational values and objectives through strategic CSR. It examines tools and communication strategies and explore different monitoring and evaluation approaches. This include topic on building CSR capabilities and expertise.

Module Objectives

At the end of module, the participant will be able to:

  • Relate to the basics of content development with educational instruction.
  • Plan to conceive educational material suited for online conduction.
  • Apply varied software applications to produce educational digital content.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Basics for Content Development
  • Scriptwriting for Online Content
  • Collecting Content Materials (Graphics, Video, Audio)

Session 2:

  • Techniques and Tools for Content
  • Designing for the Online Audiences
  • Video Recording and Editing for Communication
  • Recording and Shoot Techniques

Session 3:

  • Moving Images for Communication
  • Effective Communication practices for instructional learning content
  • Techniques for creating Explainer videos

Session 4:

  • Livestreaming for Communication
  • Livestream Production, Applications and Techniques
  • Best Practices

Lecturer: Gerard Navarro 

Gerard is currently a Multimedia Consultant for Unicef Philippines and formerly the United Nations Development Program in New York. He has almost 20 years of experience with Motion graphics, Animation, Visual Effects and Multimedia Innovations. A as former lead broadcast designer for The Filipino channel, he has helped abs-cbn produce almost 9,500 Promotional plugs and logo animations.

Currently he is also known as digitalguro, where he shares his knowledge to aspiring artists in the Philippines. His multimedia tagalog vlog has gained almost 45 thousand followers on facebook in just a few months and is still continue to grow.  He is also one of only seven Filipinos certified by the Computer Graphic Arts Society of Japan to be a instructor for their CG Creator Certification Exam, a must requirement for those interested in working for Japanese Animation studios and Game Companies.

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2022 1st Run: Sept. 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2022

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

This course assess and develops participants’ competencies in organizing an HRIS appropriate to an organization. An effective HRIS can assist top management in decision-making with regard to human resource management and development.

for inquiries

Look for: Amy Aniban – amy.aniban@benilde.edu.ph

4/F Design and Arts Campus (DAC)
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
✆  (+63) 8230-5100 local 3802, (+63) 8400-5425, (+63) 8400-7405
✉  space@benilde.edu.ph

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