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Department of Education

Division of City Schools


Misamis St., Bago Bantay, Quezon
City

Division Capacity Building


Career Guidance Program and Early Registration
Batch 1 District 1, 2 and 3

SCHOOL- BASED CAREER


GUIDANCE PROGRAMMING
Developed by: Philip V. Austria
Guidance Counselor
San Francisco High School
Presenter: Roseo T. Caburian, Jr.
School Paper Adviser
Balara High School

To find a CAREER to which you are adapted


by nature, and then to work hard at it, is
about as near to a formula for SUCCESS and
HAPPINESS as the world provides. One of
the fortunate aspects of this formula is that
GRANTED that the RIGHT CAREER has been
found, the hard work takes care of itself.
Then the HARD WORK IS NOT HARD WORK
at all.
-Mark Sullivan
Northwestern University

Preparatory
Activities

A. Training Needs
Assessment
B. Video Clip Watching on
how to make a career
choice

Real Talk
1. How did you land in your current
job?
2. Was it really your real career
choice?
3. If you were not a teacher now,
what
could think
you have
After some
time,become?
discuss your
answers to the questions using
round rally robin strategy with your
peers at your table.

On the Importance of Career


Planning
With

peers from your station,


mentally list down the
importance of career planning.
Assign a number to each person
in your station.
Once your number gets called,
be ready to take the longest list
challenge.

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Importance of Career Planning


Career
affect
the
amount of money earned
and how it must or could
spent.
be
Career
affect friendships,

links and connections as


one usually establishes
relationships
in the area
Career influence
theof
work.
attitudes and values of
people.

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Importance of Career Planning
Moral values can be affected
by some occupations.
Careers determine how much
time is spent at work, with
family and friends, for pursuit of
other
interests,
forkinds
leisure
Careers
affect orthe
of
activities.
institutions or organizations one

can work in, the nature of the


work, the type of working
environment, and the levels of
responsibility one might reach.

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What ones career


affects most is the
development of
self-esteem and
confidence.

School-Based Career Guidance


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If the person takes


the wrong career
path, he/she may
end up a

broken
person.

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Current Situation
composes half of the
unemployed population

Youth

47.30% or 1.246 million


15-24 years old
Source: January 2015 Labor Force Survey Results,
Institute for Labor Studies, DOLE

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Current Situation
A

considerable part of the


unemployed population consists
of educated workers most
probably the young ones.
45.2% or 1.191 M of the total
unemployed have reached or
graduated from HIGH SCHOOL.

Source: January 2015 Labor Force Survey Results,


Institute for Labor Studies, DOLE

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School-to-Work Transition
It

takes a high school leaver up


to 3 years to find a first job and 4
years to find a permanent wage
job.
The youths educational
attainment, age, behavior
towards job searching, his family,
social network, minimum wage,
regulations and restrictions on
employment are strong factors
influencing their school-to-work

What are the reasons why entrylevel jobseekers get rejected and
employers have difficulties in their
recruitment process?
Do a high five with a person near
you.
Share your answer. Share with
another pair. At your table,
discuss the probable number one
reason why jobseekers get

Recruitment and Hiring


Reasons why entry-level
jobseekers get rejected and
employers have difficulties in
their recruitment process:
1. Lack of competency of the
applicants
2. Expectation of high salary
3. Lack of years of experience
4. Lack of license/certification
5. Preference to work broad

Human Development Poverty


Reduction Cabinet Cluster
Career

Guidance Advocacy Program


identified as one of the convergent
programs on Job-Skills Matching.
Enhanced the capability and
employability of future workers.
To improve the current Philippines
ranking in the Global Talent
Competitive Index:
73rd among the 103 countries.
Source: Bureau of Local Employment

On Gaps and Challenges


With

peers in your quadrant,


mentally list down the gaps and
challenges in human resource.
Assign a number to each person
in your quadrant.
Once your number gets called,
be ready to take the longest list
challenge.

Gaps and Challenges


School

curriculum and facilities


are unresponsive.
Poor communication skills of
students and graduates.
Academe lacks industry mentors
for training of school teachers
and faculty.
Students and jobseekers
knowledge about career options
is very limited.

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Objectives of Career

Guidance Program

I nformed decisions regarding

their choice of SHS track.


Awareness in the importance of
choosing a track that suits their skills
and interests.
Ensure that all SHS entrants are
registered in the SHS program in SY
2016- 2017.

The next slides are purely matterloading. Maintain patience until the
last slide
Its picture-taking time!

District Homeroom Advisers Yell


1 2 1 3rd District
1 1 2 1- Advisers
1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 are career
guides

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Our Strategies
A.

Capacity Building

B. Creation of a Career
Advocacy Unit
C. School-based strategic plan
d. Career Guidance Week
e. Career Guidance Program (CGP)
Implementation

f. SHS Early Registration

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A. Capacity Building
School

Heads
Senior High School
Focal
Person
Guidance
CounselorsAdvisers
Homeroom

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B. Creation of a Career
Advocacy Unit (CAU)
Chairman (School heads)

Vice Chairman (Guidance


Counselors)
Members (SHS focal person,
PTA/SGC/Alumni Association
Presidents, SSG, Year-level
Chairman, Homeroom
Adviser)

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C. School-Based Strategic
Plan
Date

Program

Sept. 1718

Division
Capacity
Building for
CGP

Sept. 2125

SchoolBased CGP
Planning

Sept. 21Oct.10

Suggested Activities

Resources
DCS QC

Creation / Strategic
Planning of CAU
Homeroom Advisers
Orientation and
Training re K12/CGP
modules
Mapping
Career
Toolkit/Advocacy
Materials
Environmental
Scanning
Networking
/Community

CAU
HRA
K12/CGP
Modules
Partner
Schools
Partner
Agencies
Business
Establishments
Track and
Strands to
offer
Referral to

Date

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Suggested Programming
Resources
Activities

Sept. 26

Intensification District-wide
of CGP
Homeroom Advisers
Orientation
(c/o LGU)

Sept. 28Oct. 2

Career
Guidance
Week

Sept. 28
Sept. 29
Sept .30
Oct. 01

Oct. 3-11

Basics of K-12
Module1
Module II
Module III
Career/School Fair
Pep Talk
Tracks and Strands
Orientation
Career Rally/Parade
Course-mo-play
Parents
Engagement

CGP modules
Partner
Schools
HRA
Alumni
CAU
Partner
Agencies

HRA, CAU

School-Based Career Guidance Programming

Date

Program

Oct. 1214

Career
Retrieval of SHS
Guidance Preference Slip
NCAE result
discussion
SHS help desk
Career Coaching

CAU, HRA,
Guidance
Counselors/Teac
her

Data
Managem
ent

SHS Registration
Form
(Annex 3)

October
15-23

Suggested
Activities

Early Registration
LIS Encoding
Online Registration

Resources

SHS Preference
Slip
(Annex 2)

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D. Career Guidance Program

(CGP) Implementation
1)

Module 1- Embarking on a
Journey of Self-Awareness
a.) Session 1 (60 minutes)

2) Module 2- Examining the


Destinations
a.)Session 1 (60 minutes)
2 (60 minutes)
3) b.)Session
Module 3- Charting
Your Own
Course
a.)Session 1 (60 minutes)

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E. SHS Early Registration
October

19-23 Early SHS Registration


All grade 10 students in SY 2015-2016
shall submit to their class adviser a duly
accomplished SHS Preference Slip (annex
2)
The class adviser shall register their
students through the LIS. A detailed
procedural guide for the submission of the
students preferences in the LIS will be
available in the LIS Help Page by October
1

E. SHS Early Registration


High

School graduates prior to the full


implementation of the K to 12 Program,
PEPT and A&E passers, and other
learners outside the formal system,
who opt to enter SHS, may register in
any of the schools offering SHS using
the SHS Registration Form (Annex 3)
SHS Early Registration shall culminate
not later than October 23, 2015, and all
submissions should not be later than
November 6, 2015.

Monitoring and Evaluation


Organized

Career Advocacy Unit


School-based Career Advocacy
Program
Documentation of Career
Guidance Program (modules)
implementation, Mapping,
Parents Engagement, Etc.
Career Tool Kit
Documentation of the Career
Guidance Week

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES THAT MAY BE DONE BY THE SCHOOL


IN GUIDING GRADE 10 LEARNERS ARRIVED AT INFORMED
CHOICE

1. Map of SHSs including course offerings and


fare posted in strategic locations
2. Create committees for internal stakeholders
students and teachers) and external
stakeholders (coordination with other SHS
providers)
3. Intensify community engagements and
partnerships and SHS campaigns in the
community
4. Set up SHS assistance desk

321 Parking Lot


Three

things you are excited


about for your advisees with
regard to CGP
Two possible concerns that may
arise
A thought you would like to share
or a comment youd like to make
about this presentation

Pledge of Commitment
I, (state your name), do hereby solemnly pledge
my commitment to guide my advisees in finding
their right track for Senior High School apropos
to their likes, interests, values, and skills.
Through the school based guidance program, I
vow to be the career guide of my students so
that they will all be equipped with the necessary
skills as 21st century learners in high hopes for
all of them to be truly globally competitive.
So help me God!