Program Management

Behind the Program are dedicated, hardworking and highly-enthusiastic individuals coming from different backgrounds who work closely together for a common goal: to help the national government in shaping the bureaucracy into an institution imbued with competence, integrity and commitment.

Program Management Office
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To ensure that scholars get the best kind of training, PMDP provides a Learning Support System composed of a Class Director, Program Manager and Module Teams who reliable, able and honest.

Learning Support System

Class Director

The Class Director is the faculty member assigned to monitor and direct the learning process of a specific batch from opening until graduation. S/he acts as the PMDP’s official representative in the class during the entire residential phase of the Program and shares inputs and observations on anything that will concern or affect the scholars – faculty lineup, schedule, program management, and training management among others.
Moreover, the Class Director supervises the module teams deployed to support faculty members. Beyond the residential training the Class Director also supports the scholars in the planning and implementation of the Re-Entry Project.

Project/Class Manager

The Project/Class Manager works together with the Class Director and the Program Manager in managing the batch such as ensuring that module teams are employed on schedule, module requirements are provided on time, and learning objectives are met.
Together with the Class Director, s/he handles any matter that comes to their attention in relation to the batch.

Class Coordinator

The Class Coordinator assists the class and the Class Manager in administrative and technical matters relevant to the Program.

Module Teams

A Module team consists of a Module Coordinator and a Module Assistant. The team is primarily responsible for ensuring the smooth delivery of the assigned module by providing assistance to the faculty member and making certain that all materials needed are provided and made accessible to the scholars on time.
The scholars may approach the module team members or the Class Manager for concerns specific to a module.
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Learning Teams

At the start of classes, scholars will be organized into learning teams who will work together in tasks that require team effort throughout the program. It is the mission of the learning teams to support each other and ensure that all members finish the Program successfully. They will function as the class’s host team at designated periods.
A host team enables the scholars:
1. To experience cooperation and helping via the management of co – curricular activities during the program.
2. To get to know the variety of effective ways to work with colleagues.
3. To serve as a Learning Team for the scholars to help one another hurdle the academic, content and process requirements of the module; and
4. To promote a culture of cooperation across agencies.