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Application Form

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This page contains the application form that need to be completed and submitted to the school where you want to enroll (NOT to CHED). For those who need to prepare other required documents for their ETEEAP application, we have links to the samples at the bottom of the page, below the images. You may visit the pages where these documents were described in details along with their downloadable and editable versions.

As for the application form, the editable version on Microsoft word can be downloaded here, or on the the link located below the image number 5.

Important: Please check your download folder after you click on the download link.

Downloadable/Editable Application Form

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See other sample documents on the links below

Application Letter

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Certificate of Employment (COE)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFR)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

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2023
Mar
25

Reading Habit

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Why are reading skills very important, and what role does it play in our everyday life? How does reading help us understand ETEEAP better and help us get to the right track towards our long-awaited secular degree? An article from the Philippine Star has the following:

“Reading proficiency is essential for a wide variety of human activities – from following instructions in a manual; to finding out the who, what, when, where, and why of an event; to communicating with others for a specific purpose or transaction,” (Italicization is ours)

Philippine Star, December 3, 2019

Here is the whole article taken from the Philippine Star published on December 3, 2019. We can learn a lot about it especially now that distractions abound along with the shortened attention span of not only the younger generation but the older ones as well, and it’s not too late to do something about it. Please read on.


Philippines lowest in reading comprehension among 79 countries

Philippines lowest in reading comprehension among 79 countries

Among 79 participating countries, the Philippines scored the lowest in reading comprehension in the 2018 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), according to the results released Dec. 3, 2019..The STAR / Edd Gumban, file

MANILA, Philippines — Among 79 participating countries and economies, the Philippines scored the lowest in reading comprehension in the 2018 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), according to the results released Tuesday.

PISA is a worldwide study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development that examines students’ knowledge in reading, mathematics, and science.

Reading was the main subject assessed among 15-year old students in the 2018 PISA. The Philippines had an average reading score of 340, more than 200 points below China (555) and more than 100 points less than the OECD average (487).

In the Philippines, boys’ and girls’ performances in reading both ranked lowest among PISA-participating countries.

“Reading proficiency is essential for a wide variety of human activities – from following instructions in a manual; to finding out the who, what, when, where, and why of an event; to communicating with others for a specific purpose or transaction,” the summary of the PISA 2018 results reads.

The Philippines also placed the second-lowest in mathematics (353), along with Panama, and science (357). Only the Dominican Republic scored lower in these categories.

China also led the ranking in mathematics and science. The OECD average for mathematics is 489 and the average for science is 483.

“Results from PISA indicate the quality and equity of learning outcomes attained around the world, and allow educators and policymakers to learn from the policies and practices applied in other countries,” a post on the OECD website reads.

According to the PISA 2018 profile of the Philippines, socio-economic status accounts for 18% of the variance in reading performance in the country, compared to the OECD average of 12%.

The country has the largest percentage of low performers in reading among socio-economically disadvantaged students.

The profile noted that average class sizes of 15-year olds in the Philippines are the largest, and the ratio of students to teaching staff in socio-economically disadvantaged schools is the highest.

The Philippines also had the highest percentage of students reporting being bullied at least a few times a month.

The Philippine Star, December 3, 2019

From the Philippine Star, December 3, 2019 (Click/Tap to see the original article)

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2023
Feb
28

Sample Documents

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For those who need to prepare their documents for their ETEEAP application, we have samples prepared for you. You may visit the pages where these documents were described in details along with the downloadable and editable versions of the documents. Here are a few of them:

Application Letter

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Certificate of Employment (COE)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFR)

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

ETEEAP Application Form

Please click/tap here go to the page where you can see the complete details along with the downloadable and editable versions.

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2023
Feb
28

Sample DFR

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For those who need to prepare their detailed Service Record or Duties, Functions and Responsibilities (DFR) for their ETEEAP application, here is a sample prepared for you. You may download the PDF version of the images, and there is also a MS Word version that can be edited. You can find the download links below the images.

Please help yourself.

Important: The ones in red should be edited according to the information about you. The ones in blue are samples and should be edited with information that match your circumstances and experiences.



You may download the PDF version of the sample DFR here.

Sample DFR PDF version download.

You can also download a copy of the editable version of here.

Download editable version of the sample DFR. Please check your download folder for the file.


ETEEAP Application form

If you need an editable version of the ETEEAP application form, you may download it here.

Download editable version of the application form. Please check your download folder for the file.

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2023
Feb
11

Questions from our visitors

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To our readers and visitors:

Thank you for visiting our site and we hope the information you found are useful to you. If you have other questions on topics that were not covered by our articles, you may send them through the comment section below and we will address them.

We also answer questions of our Facebook Group members here. You can send your questions on the comments section below.


Some questions answered
(Some of the questions were taken from this source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/eteeap.org)

Is it possible na mag-submit ng docs for assessment to different schools para may back up?
– The answer is yes. Additional advise is to compile all your documents in the proper order as described on this link. An then save them into a properly labeled folder and zip the folder before sending to the schools.

If magsusubmit ba ko ng requirements, need ba physical na pupunta sa school or can I send it via email/online?
– Depende yan sa school. Karamihang schools ay ipapadala sa email ang mga document.
(Additional advise is to compile all your documents in the proper order as described on this link. An then save them into a properly labeled folder and zip the folder before sending to the schools.)

If physical kong isusubmit requirements, kelangan ba original lahat? Kasi if yes, di na ko makakapagtry sa ibang school. Okay sana kung pwede photocopies lang.
– Hindi dapat hingin ng mga school ang mga original document. Ipapakita lang yan kapag face-to-face (o sa virual) na interview na. Hindi sasagutin ng school ang document ninyong nawala sa poder nila. At kahit pananagutan pa nila yan, napakahirap kumuha uli ng kapalit.

I have one COE lang which is from my current employer and I’ve been with them for 6 years. Is that okay po?
– Yes. As long 5 years or more work experience, it is enough. Mas may advantage kung may iba pa dahil may additional points every additional year ng work experiences. Ang mga training, seminar at iba pang learning certificates ay nabibigyan din ng points sa evaluation para makompleto yung 50 or 60 points requirement na matangap sa ETEEAP.

Yung mga nag-ooffer po ng assistance for enrollment and nanghihingi ng payment agad, legit po ba sila?
– Walang initial payment na hinihingi ang mga school kapag nag-submit ng application for evaluation. Kapag approved na ay saka sila magpapadala ng evaluation form at nandoon na rin ang mga babayaran ng aplikante.

Face to face o inperson (F2F or IP) learning
– Pupunta ang estudyante sa school at doon mismo mag-aral kasabay ng iba pang mga estudyante. Ito ay tinatawag na SYNCHRONOUS LEARNING.

Online Learning
– Hindi pupunta sa school ang estudyante ngunit mag-aaral din ito kasabay ng iba sa pamamagitan ng mga online learning tools tulad ng Zoom, Google Meet at Clasroom, Messenger at iba pang virtual conference tools. Synchronous learning din ito.

Modular Learning
– Hindi pupunta sa school o sa online ang estudyante kundi matatanggap niya ang mga lesson niya sa door to door delivery, email o sa school portal at gagawin niya sa sariling schedule ang pag-aaral saka niya i-submit ang mga assignment niya sa pareho ding paraan ng pag-deliver sa kanya. Ito ay tinatawag na ASYNCHRONOUS LEARNING.

Hybrid Learning
– Ito ay anumang combination ng number F2F learning, online learning, at modular learning. Mayroong hybrid online-modular (HOM) at hybrid inperson-modular (HIM) o hybrid face-to-face and modular.

SYNCHRONOUS LEARNING – Sabay-sabay na mag-aral ang mga estudyante sa loob ng classroom o iba pang bahagi ng school campus, o sa pamamagitan ng mga virtual conference tools tulad ng Zoom, Google Meet, at Messenger.

ASYNCHRONOUS LEARNING – Hindi sabay-sabay ang pag-aaral at tatapusin ng estudyante ang mga assignment niya sa module na ipapadala sa kanya, sa pag log-in sa school portal o LMS, o sa Google Classroom ng school.

The DMMMSU focal person
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DMMMSU overview
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The advantage of enrolling at state universities
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DMMMSU enrollment procedure
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DMMMSU ETEEAP lesson delivery (Modular-Online)
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ETEEAP graduation requirements and worksite visit
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DMMMSU Graduation procedure
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Ginagaya na ng ibang bansa ang ETEEAP
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Are ETEEAP Graduates treated as regular students?
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Do ETEEAP students earn academic honors like regular students?
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Credit Transfer
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Oldest Graduate of DMMMSU
62 years old – See discussion on this link


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2022
Oct
11

CMO-29-S2021

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The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) has an updated information about ETEEAP. It’s called CHED Memorandum Order Number 29, Series of 2021.

One of the important information is how many programs are allowed for one to enroll? If an applicant has already completed a degree under the regular program, is he still allowed to enroll on another under the ETEEAP?

You can also click/tap on the link below to see the content of the said CMO:

CHED Memorandum Order Number 29, Series of 2021

A copy of the CMO can be seen and downloaded here.

Here is the link to the CHEd Website.


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