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Reaffirming the

Chosen Track
By Darren N. Naelgas, MAEd.
SHS Teacher
Objectives:
1.determine the
different sources of
information relevant
to curriculum exits;
2. evaluate the
different sources of
information relevant
to your preferred
curriculum exit;
3. match the
knowledge and skills
to the job market
demands and possible
curriculum exits; and
4. value the
importance of
the chosen
track/strand.
Guide Questions:
1.What does the video tell about?
2.What does it say about
acquiring information before
making decision?
3.Do you think this is all-
important? Why?
Source: National Economic and Development Authority
Guide Questions
1. What can you say about the data on
employment, underemployment, and
unemployment in the country?

2. Is the infographic helpful to you? Why?

3. What do you think are the sources of


information in the infographic?
Sources of Information
School Guidance Counselor
Department of Education
Department of Labor and
Employment
Project JobsFit of the Bureau of
Local Employment
Philjobnet of the Bureau of
Local Employment
Philippine Overseas
Employment Administration
Overseas Workers Welfare
Administration
Professional Regulation
Commission
Technical Education and Skills
Development Authority
Civil Service Commission
Public Employment
Service Office
Commission on
Higher Education
Department of Trade and
Industry
A school’s guidance office is managed primarily
by a Registered Guidance Counselor (RGC) as
mandated by RA 9258, who implements a
Career Guidance Program that provides career
counseling to both individuals and groups,
administers and interprets career tests, and
provides other services such as referral,
placement, research, information, and
orientation.
The Department of Education (DepEd) is a government
agency that formulates, implements, and coordinates
policies, plans, programs, and projects in the areas of
formal and nonformal basic education. It supervises
all elementary and secondary education institutions,
including alternative learning systems, both public
and private; and provides for the establishment and
maintenance of a complete, adequate, and
integrated system of basic education relevant to the
goals of national development.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)
is a national government agency that envisions
that every Filipino worker attains full, decent, and
productive employment. It formulates policies
and implements labor laws and labor-related
legislations in order to promote gainful
employment opportunities, develop human
resources, protect workers and promote their
welfare, and maintain industrial peace.
The forerunner of the Department of Labor and
Employment’s priority deliverable projects for
2009. This forward looking activity was based on
researches, information gathering, and networking
with key stakeholders. It was carried out as part of
DOLE’s firm resolve to adopt coherent and
innovative strategies to carry out its mandate in
providing efficient employment facilitation services
and respond to the prevailing skill and job
mismatch underlying the unemployment and
underemployment problems in the country.
An automated job and applicant matching
system which aims to fasttrack jobseekers
search for jobs and employers search for
human resource. It can accessed through
www.phil-job.net.
The bureau of Local Employment can be
reached through its website
www.ble.dole.gov.ph/.
The Philippine Overseas Employment
Administration (POEA) promotes and develops
the overseas employment program, protects
the rights of migrant workers, and regulates
private sector participation in recruitment and
overseas placement.
The Overseas Workers’ Welfare Administration
(OWWA) formulates and implements policies,
programs, and projects in the administration
of the welfare fund for overseas workers to be
used for social and welfare services including
insurance coverage, legal assistance,
placement assistance, and remittance
services.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)
regulates and supervises the practice of the
professionals who constitute the highly skilled
manpower of the country. This government
agency can be reached through its website
www.prc.gov.ph/.
The TESDA manages and supervises technical
education and skills development in the
country. It is the leading partner in the
development of the Filipino workforce with
world-class competence and positive work
values.
The government agency can be reach through
its website www.tesda.gov.ph/.
The Civil Service Commission is the Human
Resource Department of the government that
promotes morale, efficiency, integrity,
responsiveness, progressiveness, and courtesy
in the Civil Service.
This government agency can be reach through
its website www.csc.gov.ph/.
The Public Employment Service Office is a non-fee
charging multi employment service facility or
entity established or accredited pursuant to
Republic Act No. 8759 otherwise known as the
PESO Act of 1999.
It is community-based and maintained largely by
local government units (LGUs) and a number of
nongovernment organizations (NGOs) or
community based organizations (CBOs) and state
unversities and colleges (SUCs).
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is the
key leader of the Philippine higher education
system. It works effectively in partnership with
other major higher education stakeholders in
building the country’s human capital and
innovation capacity toward the development of a
Filipino nation as a responsible member of the
international community. This government
agency can be reach through its website
www.ched.gov.ph/.
The Department of Trade ad Industry (DTI) is
tasked to foster a competitive and innovative
industry and services sector that contributes
to job generation and inclusive growth; and to
advance the rights and responsibilities of
consumers. This government agency can be
reach through its website www.dti.gov.ph/.
Guide Questions:
. Did the information help you in
1

setting your curriculum exit? How?


2. What skills are needed to pursue
your curriculum exit? Do you already
have theses skills?
3. What do you intend to do with the
skills you already possess for the goal
you will pursue?
Application: Dressing Up Mini Me!
Procedure
1. Cut out the Mini Me.
2. Dress the doll based on your preferred curriculum
exit include tools of profession or curriculum exits.
3. Determine the symbolic parts of the dress/tools
4. In the symbolic parts, write down the skills or
knowledge needed for the preferred curriculum
exits.
5. In the symbolic tools, write down the possible job
market demands and possible curriculum exits.
Reflection:
1. Do the information about your curriculum
exit fit with your current abilities or skills?
2. Do you think you already have enough
information? Why do you say so?
3. How will you plan out your preferred
curriculum exit?
4. What are you realizations about the
activity? How will you apply these in
planning out your career?
Thank you!
Gwapo ka rin.