By Rusieljs G. Lunasco


College and postgrad faculty had their online training at the Mary Thomas Hall.

287 college and postgrad faculty have finished their online training for the upcoming summer class in July.

The online training for college faculty started on June 1 and ended on June 16. Trainings were divided into 6 batches.

“The esteemed faculty of the University has taken the role that they might not have for a long time — to be students of online education. That’s where the fulfillment is — you can feel that at the end of the day, they have gained something, they became confident on doing it, and they are starting to accept what used to be an impossible idea for many,” shared Prof. Gelbert Jan Porque, one of the instructors for the online training.

9 instructors and 7 assistants who are also faculty members from the colleges of Business and Accountancy, Nursing, Engineering, Computer Studies, and Junior High School, Senior High School, Elementary were among those who spearheaded the training.

“It was very challenging to learn new things and to catch up with the speed of instructions, however, it will be a beneficial necessity for teaching students online. I thank God for this opportunity,” said Engr. Vitini Edhard Idemne, an instructor for the College of Engineering and one of the trainees.

Enrollment for Summer 2020 will start on June 22. Please visit https://cpu.edu.ph/enrolment/ for more information.

Online Training

Instructors:

Engr. Sharon Rose Dumam-ag
Engr. Caesar Rico Acanto
Engr. Dany Molina
Engr. Marian Mie Alimo-ot
Engr. Gelvie Lagos
Prof. Gelbert Jan Porque
Prof. Jonathan Razon
Prof. Alvin John Gustilo
Prof. Christina Quijano

Assistants:

Mr. Ryan Dadivas
Mr. Sonilo Crasco
Mr. Junabel Abelarde,
Mr. Marc Hermel Agriam
Ms. Joy Dugayo
Mr. Resty Galido
Mr. Wilfredo Panares

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