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Category: Manufacturing and Services
Subcategory: Developing forecasting model of employment needs of industries

Building Entrepreneurship and Enhancing Employability Among AFNR Graduates and Students Through Short-Term Courses and Public-Private Partnership

Conducted by CvSU , Started on 2009 - Completed on 2011
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The project conducted two trainings for AFNR faculty and staff on the module development and learning strategeis. Thirty-one participants attended the formmer, while 49 participated the latter. Thiety five (35) module writters and another 35 STC trainers attended and competed these training. these were the conducted to prepare trainers and module writers for the conduct of short term coures (STCs) for AFNR students and graduates from different state colleges and universities (SUCs) in the region. On the other hand, the AFNR curricula from CVSU and other selected universities/colleges in the region were enchanced through the conduct of curriculum reviews and production of modules. A total of 19 cources were reviewed, 14 revised, three enchanced and two entitutionalized, while 12 subjects (34 units ) were enriched through the project. Efforts towards this end were initiated by CVSU, as base agency of the southern Tagalog Agriculture and National Resoureces Research and Development Consortium (STARRDEC). Afterwards STCs on entrepreneurrship and four agricultural enterprises (coffee nursery & production, coffee processing, coffee shop and food processing) were conducted for three batches of AFNR trainees. inside the CVSU Main Cammpus in Indang, Cavite.

"Divinia C. Chavez
Alejandro C. Mojica
Luzviminda A. Rodrin
Daisy M. Marca
Fe N. Dimero
Rosalie A. Pelle
Edna DA. Vida
Enrica C. Esmero
AFNR graduate and student
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Cavite State University
Cavite State University Indang, Cavite Philippines 4122
Phone: 046-4151-010
Email: [email protected]