Programs for 2012

Title January
19th CREATIVE SELLING TECHNIQUES (CST) Enhances the competence of sales managers and staff to generate more sales by tapping their creative resources. Sales supervisors and representatives; small and medium entrepreneurs January 14 – February 11 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8,000 January 14 –February 11 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (5 Saturdays) P10,000

Description

Target Participants

Schedule/ Participation Fee

14th ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL COURSE (AIPCC)

Enables participants to design, implement and maintain process control systems; understand and control process parameters; and configure control systems with appropriate hardware and software.

Mechanical, electrical, electronics, or chemical engineers; instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians. Knowledge of the basics of instrumentation and process control is a prerequisite to the program. Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs, existing and prospective managers, planners, and administrators. All those interested to know more about the accounting process especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff.

99th MANAGERS COURSE (MC)

Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions, tools and techniques. Enables participants with no accounting background to understand and apply the principles, basic tools and techniques of the accounting process. Provides participants with tools to assess their entrepreneurial readiness; identify, evaluate and select business ideas; and plan, start, and manage their own new enterprises. Develops interpersonal, planning and other supervisory skills among those holding or about to assume supervisory positions and enable them to improve productivity and morale in the organization.

January 21 – June 23 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (21 Saturdays) P22,500 January 21 – February 18 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P 8,000 January 21- March 03 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9,000 January 28- February 18 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (4 Saturdays) P7,000

28th ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (AfNA)

32nd START YOUR OWN BUSINESS (SYOB)

People intending to go into business, new business start-ups, or those already in business who want to enhance their business planning skills. Supervisors and would-be supervisors from public and private companies.

39th PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION (PES)

February
6th TOTAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING PROGRAM (PowerComm) Enables the participants to improve their competencies in written communication, public speaking, and interpersonal/small group communication. Managers, supervisors, decision makers, entrepreneurs, sales representatives, and others who want to enhance and refine their oral and written communication skills. February 11 – March 17 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8,000

Contact us at: UPISSI, E. VIRATA HALL, E. JACINTO ST., UP CAMPUS, DILIMAN, QUEZON CITY Tel. No. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79; Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.issi.upd.edu.ph; E-mail: training.issi@up.edu.ph

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issi. Engineers and graduates of other related fields. E-mail: training. and cooperatives implementing income generating projects or livelihood programs. PVOs.000 March 24 – Aug 18 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (21 Saturdays) P22. Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions. April 14 – May 19 9:00 AM– 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. tools and techniques. VIRATA HALL. Owners and managers of small businesses. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.500 February 23 – 24 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Thursday . and administrators. No.edu.000 40th PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION (PES) Develops interpersonal.31 9:00 AM . Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs. up to terminating them. personnel managers.issi@up. Supervisors and would-be supervisors from public and private companies. and administrators. tools and techniques. planning and other supervisory skills among those holding or about to assume supervisory positions and enable them to improve productivity and morale in the organization.ph 2 . JACINTO ST. previous AfNA participants with no or little background in spreadsheet application. QUEZON CITY Tel. February 20 – 24 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday to Friday) P8.upd. Development managers.edu. trainors. and supervisors of small and medium enterprises. motivating. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79. existing and prospective managers.Friday) P3. and implement the necessary software and hardware systems. production managers.500 6th STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SHRM) Provides participants with tools and techniques used in handling human resources. planners.16th MONITORING AND EVALUATING PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS (MEPP) Provides participants with knowledge. hiring. training. officers and technical staff of NGOs. March 03 – April 14 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. March 56th PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER COURSE (PLCC) Enables participants to identify areas for application of programmable logic controllers in their industry operations. skills and attitudes to effectively monitor and evaluate programs and projects. and choose. extension officers. March 03 . E. planners. E. UP CAMPUS. and consultants.000 100th MANAGERS COURSE (MC) Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions. government employees. Contact us at: UPISSI. and industrial workers..500 March 31 – June 10 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM 10 Weekends (Saturdays & Sundays) P40. Existing and potential HR managers and practitioners. Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs.000 April 14 – May 05 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (4 Saturdays) P7. All those interested to know more about spreadsheet accounting especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. as well as would-be entrepreneurs. from recruiting. POs. existing and prospective managers. 101st MANAGERS COURSE (MC) in DAVAO April 17th PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (PRODMAN) Provides participants with the tools and techniques for improving efficiency and productivity in production operations. DILIMAN.500 3rd SPREADSHEET ACCOUNTING WORKSHOP (SAW) Provides participants with an understanding of the different commands and programming functions of a spreadsheet to set up accounting records which will be linked to the financial statement and ratios. design.4:30 PM (5 Saturdays) P9.ph. To have basic knowledge of pneumatic and/or electro-pneumatic systems is an advantage.

upd. temperature.edu. Provides participants with tools to assess their entrepreneurial readiness. UP CAMPUS. E-mail: training. Mechanical. Owners and managers of small and medium enterprises and/or line managers responsible for the marketing operations of the company. government employees. evaluate and select business ideas.500 April 26 .27 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Thursday . Engineers and graduates of other related fields. or chemical engineers. 33rd START YOUR OWN BUSINESS (SYOB) People intending to go into business.500 Contact us at: UPISSI.000 May 26 – June 30 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. identify. design.4:30 PM (5 Saturdays) P9. and cooperatives implementing income generating projects or livelihood programs. or those already in business who want to enhance their business planning skills. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79. and understand and control process parameters like flow. new business start-ups. and implement the necessary software and hardware systems. previous AfNA participants with no or little background in spreadsheet application. and administrators. instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians. POs.issi. April 14 – May 19 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. VIRATA HALL. E. E. June 02 – 30 9:00 AM . Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs.Friday) P3. implement and maintain process control systems. All those interested to know more about the accounting process especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff.51st COMPREHENSIVE COURSE ON INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL (CCIPC) 29th ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (AfNA) 4th SPREADSHEET ACCOUNTING WORKSHOP (SAW) Enables participants to design.500 May 17th MONITORING AND EVALUATING PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS (MEPP) Provides participants with knowledge. and liquid level.issi@up. To have basic knowledge of pneumatic and/or electro-pneumatic systems is an advantage.500 April 16 .000 May 26 – June 30 9:00 AM . and choose. existing and prospective managers. electrical. and industrial workers.edu. June 57th PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER COURSE (PLCC) Enables participants to identify areas for application of programmable logic controllers in their industry operations. All those interested to know more about spreadsheet accounting especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. tools and techniques. pressure. officers and technical staff of NGOs.5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. Development managers. planners.000 29th STRATEGIC MARKETING COURSE (SMC) Equips marketing managers with skills and tools for formulating effective marketing strategies to improve their competitive position in the open market. JACINTO ST.500 102nd MANAGERS COURSE (MC) in ILOILO Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions. and manage their own new enterprises. Enables participants with no accounting background to understand and apply the principles. Provides participants with an understanding of the different commands and programming functions of a spreadsheet to set up accounting records which will be linked to the financial statement and ratios.ph 3 . skills and attitudes to effectively monitor and evaluate programs and projects. electronics. PVOs. QUEZON CITY Tel. basic tools and techniques of the accounting process.ph.. May 19 – July 22 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM 10 Weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) P40. and plan. May 07 – 11 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday to Friday) P8. start.20 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday to Friday) P7. DILIMAN. No. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.

52nd COMPREHENSIVE COURSE ON INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL (CCIPC) 7th STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SHRM) Existing and potential HR managers and practitioners. the steps in assessing their entrepreneurial readiness. or chemical engineers. Enables participants to design. and sources of assistance in setting up a business.ph .000 July 14 – August 18 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. and understand and control process parameters like flow. August 31st APPRECIATION WORKSHOP ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP (AWE) Orients participants to the rewards and risks of entrepreneurship.ph.500 7th TOTAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING PROGRAM (PowerComm) Enables the participants to improve their competencies in written communication. or chemical engineers. implement and maintain process control systems. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79. All those interested to know more about the accounting process especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. and consultants.edu. July 20th CREATIVE SELLING TECHNIQUES (CST) Enhances the competence of sales managers and staff to generate more sales by tapping their creative resources. implement and maintain process control systems. electronics. Mechanical. existing and prospective managers. instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians. understand and control process parameters. public speaking. hiring.15th ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL COURSE (AIPCC) Enables participants to design. Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions. E. electrical.500 103rd MANAGERS COURSE (MC) Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs. supervisors. trainors. personnel managers. JACINTO ST. E.issi@up. and configure control systems with appropriate hardware and software. planners. and others who want to enhance and refine their oral and written communication skills. tools and techniques. and interpersonal/small group communication. Managers. tools and techniques. UP CAMPUS. 104th MANAGERS COURSE (MC) Enhances the managerial competence of participants by exposing them to a broad selection of modern management functions.500 July 21 – August 25 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. electronics. Mechanical. Provides participants with tools and techniques used in handling human resources. Sales supervisors and representatives.5:00 PM (Thursday) P 600 4 Contact us at: UPISSI. E-mail: training. June 04 – 08 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday to Friday) P10.upd. instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians.000 30th ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (AfNA) Enables participants with no accounting background to understand and apply the principles and basic tools and techniques of the accounting process. extension officers. planners. All those interested in putting up an enterprise as a career option. up to terminating them. QUEZON CITY Tel. June 16 – July 14 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8. August 02 8:00 AM . Knowledge of the basics of instrumentation and process control is a prerequisite to the program. and administrators. and liquid level. Individuals who are responsible for managerial decisions including entrepreneurs. motivating. sales representatives. DILIMAN. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.issi. electrical. decision makers. pressure. and administrators.000 June 23 – November 17 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (21 Saturdays) P22. temperature.000 July 07 – August 04 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8. existing l and prospective managers. VIRATA HALL.000 July 21 – December 15 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (21 Saturdays) P22. small and medium entrepreneurs July 07 – August 04 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8.. training. from recruiting.edu. No. entrepreneurs.

electrical. UP CAMPUS. electronics. Equips marketing managers with skills and tools for formulating effective marketing strategies to improve their competitive position in the open market. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.ph. change leaders. implement and maintain process control systems. planning and other supervisory skills among those holding or about to assume supervisory positions and enable them to improve productivity and morale in the organization. and supervisors of small and medium enterprises. September 58th PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER COURSE (PLCC) Enables participants to identify areas for application of programmable logic controllers in their industry operations. Supervisors and would-be supervisors from public and private companies. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79. QUEZON CITY Tel.4:30 PM (5 Saturdays) P9. Sales supervisors and representatives. E. 21st CREATIVE SELLING TECHNIQUES (CST) Enhances the competence of sales managers and staff to generate more sales by tapping their creative resources.issi@up. September 01 – 29 9:00 AM .edu.. instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians. understand and control process parameters. supervisors of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as management and employees of manufacturing and serviceoriented companies who are entrepreneurial and innovative in their business approaches.000 18th PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (PRODMAN) 16th ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL COURSE (AIPCC) Enables participants to design.ph 5 . production managers. Engineers and graduates of other related fields. as well as would-be entrepreneurs.Friday) P3. August 04 – 25 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (4 Saturdays) P7.000 August 11 – September 15 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. previous AfNA participants with no or little background in spreadsheet application.500 August 25 – September 29 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. or chemical engineers. To have basic knowledge of pneumatic and/or electro-pneumatic systems is an advantage. JACINTO ST. and configure control systems with appropriate hardware and software.41st PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION (PES) 30th STRATEGIC MARKETING COURSE (SMC) Develops interpersonal. No.500 August 23 – 24 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Thursday . owners. Knowledge of the basics of instrumentation and process control is a prerequisite to the program.edu. 5th SPREADSHEET ACCOUNTING WORKSHOP (SAW) 22nd TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT COURSE (TQM) All those interested to know more about spreadsheet accounting especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. DILIMAN. small and medium entrepreneurs. design and implement the necessary software and hardware systems Provides participants with the tools and techniques for improving efficiency and productivity in production operations. Enables participants with no accounting background to understand and apply the principles and basic tools and techniques of the accounting process. 31st ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (AfNA) All those interested to know more about the accounting process especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. Entrepreneurs. and choose.500 September 01 – October 06 9:00 AM– 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9.000 August 13 – 17 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Monday – Friday) P7. Mechanical. VIRATA HALL. E-mail: training.000 September 17 – 21 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Monday – Friday) P10. Provides participants with an understanding of the different commands and programming functions of a spreadsheet to set up accounting records which will be linked to the financial statement and ratios. E.000 Contact us at: UPISSI.issi. managers. Takes participants through the various stages and steps in planning and developing a total quality management program for their respective organizations. Owners and managers of small businesses.upd. September 22 – October 20 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8.000 Owners and managers of small and medium enterprises and/or line managers responsible for the marketing operations of the company.

or chemical engineers. pressure. firms and international organizations to address specific needs. identify.000 8th TOTAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING PROGRAM (PowerComm) Managers. October 13 – November 24 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. UP CAMPUS.34th START YOUR OWN BUSINESS (SYOB) Provides participants with tools to assess their entrepreneurial readiness. Contact us at: UPISSI. Enables the participants to improve their competencies in written communication. The UP ISSI reserves the right to make changes in training fees and other matters covered by this publication as it deems necessary. QUEZON CITY Tel.5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9.upd.issi. JACINTO ST. basic tools and techniques of the accounting process. and liquid level. new business start-ups. VIRATA HALL. electrical. September 22 – October 27 9:00 AM . : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79. change leaders.edu. entrepreneurs. No. public speaking. and understand and control process parameters like flow. 53rd COMPREHENSIVE COURSE ON INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL (IPC) Enables participants to design. and manage their own new enterprises. All those interested to know more about the accounting process especially SME entrepreneurs and their staff. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www. E.issi@up. electronics. Mechanical. implement and maintain process control systems.. or those already in business who want to enhance their business planning skills. evaluate and select business ideas. sales representatives. E.000 October 13 – November 17 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8. October 06 – November 10 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (5 Saturdays) P8. and interpersonal/small group communication. decision makers. November 10 – December 15 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Saturdays) P9. start.000 October 32nd ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (AfNA) Enables participants with no accounting background to understand and apply the principles. E-mail: training.edu. supervisors. supervisors of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as management and employees of manufacturing and service-oriented companies who are entrepreneurial and innovative in their business approaches. Supervisors and would-be supervisors from public and private companies. instructors of technical schools and industrial technicians. and plan. and others who want to enhance and refine their oral and written communication skills.000 Note: We develop and conduct special training programs upon request of agencies.ph.500 November 23rd TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT COURSE (TQM) Takes participants through the various stages and steps in planning and developing a total quality management program for their organizations.ph 6 . DILIMAN. managers. planning and other supervisory skills among those holding or about to assume supervisory positions and enable them to improve productivity and morale in the organization.000 42nd PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION (PES) Develops interpersonal. owners. temperature. People intending to go into business. Entrepreneurs. November 17 – December 08 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (4 Saturdays) P7.

00 66. research and policy studies. JACINTO ST. Risktakers III How to Reduce Your Production Cost How to Manage Your Cash How to Launch a New Product Dreamers.00 70. and leading advocate in entrepreneurship. SERDEF’s vision is to build an enterprising culture within Philippine society and thereby increase the pool of citizens who seek to generate income and jobs through entrepreneurship and self-employment. : (632) 928 70 76 TO 79.edu. Its closest alliance is with the Small enterprises Research and Development Foundation.00 150.ph 7 . equity.ph. Risktakers IV UNIT PRICE 200.00 20. E-mail: training. VIRATA HALL. Too. Risktakers II Dreamers. the UP ISSI collaborates with government. and small and medium enterprise (SME) promotion in the country. Doers. (SERDEF). Through its pioneering efforts. Over the years.upd. E. Doers. Doers. QUEZON CITY Tel. Its mission is to empower SMEs so that they may fully contribute to the national goals of employment. and advocacy and information. E. Inc. works closely with the University of the Philippines Institute for Small-Scale Industries in its promotion and development of small and medium enterprises in the country. appropriate and innovative SME development services.edu. it has helped other institutions in the Philippines and other countries in Asia and the Pacific build up their own SME development capabilities through training and extension strategies. No.00 20.00 20.issi@up. and growth. non-profit foundation. To promote its SME development mission. innovator.issi. SME development has attained the level of a national movement. through the provision of relevant. Risktakers I UNIT PRICE P100.. and international organizations. founded in 1976 as a non-stock.00 400. UP CAMPUS. LIST OF ISSI/SERDEF PUBLICATIONS BOOK TITLE  Entrepreneurial Competency Training (Students’ Workbook)  Bridging The Gap (Philippine SMEs & Globalization)  Introduction to Entrepreneurship (revised)  You.00 200.UP ISSI: The Centre for Entrepreneurship Training and Development in Asia The University of the Philippines Institute for Small-Scale Industries (UP ISSI) is a pioneer. The UP ISSI uses four major strategies to implement its mission: training and institution building. Telefax: (632) 426 57 59 Webpage: www.00 Contact us at: UPISSI. SERDEF. Doers.00 400. affordable. Can Start Your Own Business  Handbook for Women Entrepreneurs  Filipino Women in Business  Dreamers. DILIMAN.00        BOOK TITLE Dreamers. private. non-government.00 250.00 150. consultancy and extension.

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