Saturday, September 26, 2009

DepEd Admin Officers Convene for Stronger Admin Services

With the goal of inspiring and encouraging creativity among education stakeholders and expanding the delivery of administrative services for quality education, the Administrative Officers Association of the Department of Education (AOADE) conducted its Eighth National Convention and Seminar Workshop.

Carried by its theme “Expanding Administrative Service for Improved Support System to Quality Basic Education, the conference was held at the Teachers Camp at Baguio City last Sept. 16–19.

Mr. Maximo Aljibe, director of the Department of Education (DepEd) Administrative Services and AODADE, said that the conference seminar-workshop was also to serve as a follow-up of the recent institutionalization of various comprehensive administrative reforms. These reforms include the installation of a recently developed computerized system for certification, authentication, and verification of school records, and the implementation of the new records classification system.

The four-day event was participated in by members of the AOADE and other administrative officers of the different centers and bureaus of DepEd; school administrative officers; principals and/or officers in charge; physical and facilities maintenance officers; livelihood program coordinators, records officers, and property custodians; and disaster and risk-reduction officers/coordinators.

Registration, reservations, and confirmations of attendance may be made through faxing a completed registration form to the fax numbers (02) 633-7223 and (02) 633-7236. Inquiries and other concerns may also be directed via email at


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