This page contains some of the important information about ETEEAP from the requirements to the actual start of classes. Information may be updated and other details maybe added as we receive experiences and testimonies of students who may want to contribute.
The most important requirement is 5 years experience in the same field where an applicant wants to enroll. It can be continuous or aggregate which means the applicant may have such experiences for less than 5 years at one time, stopped and resumed later. What is important is a total of five years or more if all the time spent on such experience are put together. One experience can also be combined with other field of expertise. If these are available and verifiable through supporting documents, then the applicant is ready to proceed in securing and producing the other requirements below.
- ETEEAP is open for Filipino Citizens only. (It does not matter if they are in the Philippines or overseas. Most deputized HEIs transact online and deliver their lessons though online learning systems.)
- Birth Certificate issued by NSO/PSA
- Applicant must be 25 years old or above
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae/Personal Data sheet
- ETEEAP Application Form from the ETEEAP Director’s Office of the College or University (HEI), (Can also be downloaded from the CHED website.)
- Recent 1.5×1.5 ID picture attached to the application form
- Service Record/Employment Certificates (Current and Former Employers)
- Job Description/Detailed Functions and Responsibilities
(This can be multiple but should be certified by the candidate’s current and/or former employers)
- Certificate from at least three clients or customer (For business owners, if applicable)
- Transcript of Record
– Undergraduate (If applying for a Masters Degree)
– Post graduate (If applying to enroll on a Masters or Doctor’s Degree)
– Diploma (Can be used on all levels as supporting document)
Important: One of the requirements is for the college or university where you completed the bachelors or masters degree that you submitted with your other credentials to verify this by sending a copy of your Official Transcript of Record (OTR) directly to the ETEEAP HEI, along with comments about your status.
- Certificate of Licensure Examinations taken (If available)
- Certificates of Trainings/Seminars/Workshops Attended
- Certificates of Awards/Recognition/Citations Received
- Community/Extension Services Rendered
- Membership in Professional/Government Organizations
– Include all appropriate evidences
- Fill up the application form.
- Prepare a detailed resume or CV along with a cover letter of intent which includes the program of your interest.
- Prepare a Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFR) or Service Record to be signed by your current employer.
- Prepare a Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFRs) or Service Records to be signed by your previous employers (If available).
- Prepare copies of employment certificates of current and previous employers pertaining to number 3 and 4.
- Prepare all the other documents (NSO provided birth certificate, Diploma and transcripts of records of your completed education, etc).
- Prepare all certificates of training, seminars and awards that you have acquired.
- Prepare a list of your works or publications either in print or digital.
- Any other relevant documents from any organization or entity as proof of your claimed skills and achievements.
- For online application, you may scan all of the above along with a brief letter attached to your CV explaining your intent. You may download a sample introductory letter here. We also have the editable version of the sample letter here.
When you fill up your application/enrollment, please specify which offered programs or degrees you are interested to enroll in. Part of the evaluation are the following:
– Schedule of Psychological Test
– Panel Interview
After evaluation, the school administrators will send their reply to you informing you as to which of the courses/subjects and units/credits are covered by your credentials, and the subjects you still need to enroll along with the cost.
In most schools, ETEEAP enrollment is daily which means you will not follow a specific time frame or time table and learning is asynchronous. All subjects and requirements will be covered and completed through online learning modules. You will be provided additional instructions when your pre-evaluation is completed.
Important detail and requirement during or after pre-evaluation:
One of the requirements is for the college or university where you completed the bachelors or masters degree that you submitted with your other credentials to verify this by sending a copy of your Official Transcript of Record (OTR) directly to the HEI, along with comments about your status.
When the school informs you that you are qualified along with the list of subjects/courses that cover the credits/units that you need to enroll (the ones that were not issued Classroom Learning Credits (CLCs), you will be instructed on how to send your payment along with the rest of the steps you need to take to complete your enrollment.
Fees and Costs:
Fees are only determined after the evaluation of the applicant’s submitted credentials. We have no specific answer to the question “How much?”. However, the applicant can calculate the tuition fee per unit (which is usually available on most schools’ or HEIs’ websites) multiplied by the maximum number of units that the student is allowed to enroll per semester. Then just add the other miscellaneous and other fees upon enrollment. Most schools do not require full payment upon enrollment, but some apply discounts to a one-time full payment. You can inquire directly at the school (HEI) where you want to enroll for further information.
To further calculate how much one will spend for the whole thing, most ETEEAP qualified students for a bachelor’s degree only need one or two semesters to complete their non-CLC subjects. For Masters degree students, two or three semesters are needed to complete their requirements.
Confirmation of Enrollment:
When the first payment is received by the school, a notification (normally by email) will be sent to the students along with the official receipt of their payment. They will be informed that they are officially enrolled and will receive an invitation from their professors to join their classes.
Start of Classes:
ETEEAP classes on most schools do not follow the traditional classroom procedures. Learning for ETEEAP students is asynchronous. This means students who have more free time to complete their requirements can finish their semester early and can proceed to the next which entitles them early graduation.
Mode of Lesson Delivery:
Most deputized HEIs transact online and deliver their lessons online using different online learning tools that are now richly available and accessible on the Internet. Other schools build and design their own online learning tools.
This page is constantly updated as policies and procedures continuously change. You may send us your questions on the comment section below as they can help us include relevant information that are helpful to everyone.