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Philippines
2024
May
2

Documents Preparation Assistance

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We are delighted to announce that we are extending assistance to ETEEAP applicants who need help in their document preparation for the ETEEAP schools of their choice.

This is beneficial for you in the following aspects:

  1. Saves time in producing the right documents.
  2. Protect your original documents from getting lost.
  3. Saves money and time on securing and printing unnecessary documents.
  4. Saves time and money on shipping your documents.
  5. Assurance that all required documents are submitted, and you are given proper advice on what to submit as well as those you still need to submit.
  6. Eliminates submission of hard copies of your documents on the initial stage of your application.

Please note: Notarization of your documents (where the school needs some documents be notarized) is not part of these services. You may submit your documents for the purpose of organizing them and for the initial submission to the school (pre-evaluation). If they require notarized documents, that’s the time you can have them notarized and resend the whole set with the notarized versions.

Before you move on, please read the following:

Accountability release: We would like to emphasize that this offer is not sanctioned by any ETEEAP school. It is our own project. We just want to clear the school of any responsibility.

Additionally, this does not guarantee your automatic enrollment with the school you are intending to send your documents. This is just one process of your application, and the rest of the procedure still depends on you and the school of your choice.


Now let’s go back to the services that we are offering.

Here is the procedure:

  1. A fee of PHP 2,000.00 is required for these services. This is paid upon confirmation that you want to avail of our services. If you are interested:

    a) You can send your message to this Facebook page (Please click/tap on the link):
    ETEEAP Application and Enrollment Assistance

    ….. or …..

    b) You can send an email to this address: assistance@eteeap.org

    Payment is through G-Cash or bank transfer to a BDO account.

    Important: Please fill up the Applicant Declaration Form below to signify your acceptance and agreement with the terms and conditions of these services.
  2. After payment, we will start the process of assisting you in your documents preparation. We will guide you through our email thread, Facebook page chat or/and the forms you will be filling out.
  3. Either you pass or fail the pre-evaluation, the school will inform you. The process of submission of the documents will be your own arrangement with the school.
  4. Also you need to create an email account with GMAIL (if you don’t have one yet) as this is needed in the whole process of your document preparation. You will also need this email account when sharing documents on Google Drive with us and with the school you will be enrolling at.

Procedure

  1. Before we start with the assistance, you need to fill out the Applicant Declaration Form below.
  2. Pay the corresponding service fee and follow the guidance of the from below. All instructions and payment details are in the form as you answer each question.
  3. Then contact us through the email in the form to start the process.

Applicant Declaration Form

If you agree with the above terms and conditions, please open and carefully follow the instructions in the form on the link below. After completion of the form and notifying us, you will be directed to another form that will guide you through the whole process of preparing your requirements.

ETEEAP-DPA Applicant’s Declaration Form




Thank you for trusting us. Please be assured that we will provide you the best services you deserve.

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2024
May
2

PSU Document Printing Assistance

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We are delighted to announce that we made an arrangement with the PSU-Asingan ETEEAP focal person to provide assistance to those who wish to enroll at their campus.

PSU had a special way of accommodating inquiries by not putting unnecessary burden to their applicants. Earlier, they were doing a favor in your behalf by printing the electronic copies (soft copies) of applicants that were sent to them by email, binding them and submitting these to their evaluation team. This they were doing for free. However, these needed tasks are supposed to be the applicant’s responsibility as policy. Such extra task can no longer be accommodated by their ETEEAP staff and their facility.

With the above situation, we had to setup an arrangement to help their interested applicants and enrollees who cannot print their documents, as well as shipping them to PSU is a complicated process for them. These services will benefit OFWs and other local applicants who have no printing facilities and where shipping documents to PSU may take longer, pose the risk of loss along the way as well as other factors.

The said arrangement can help you in the following aspects:

  1. Saves time in printing your documents.
  2. Protect your original documents from getting lost.
  3. Saves money and time on notarization of your documents. PSU does not require notarization of documents.
  4. Saves time and money on shipping your documents.
  5. Assurance that all required documents are submitted, and you are given proper advice on what to submit as well as those you still need to submit.
  6. Eliminates submission of hard copies of your documents.

Before you move on, please read the following:

Accountability release: We would like to repeat that this proposal and offer is not sanctioned by PSU or any other school that we made agreement with. It is our own project. We just want to clear PSU of any responsibility, although they allowed us to come up with these services.

Second, this does not guarantee your automatic enrollment with PSU, or other schools we are (or will be) working with. This is just one process of your application, and the rest of the procedure still depends on you.


Now let’s go back to the services that we are offering.

Here is the procedure:

  1. A fee of PHP 2,000.00 is required for these services. This is paid upon confirmation that you want to avail of our services. Please see additional procedure below.

    Important (Please read these first):
    a) Please fill up the Applicant Declaration Form below to signify your acceptance and agreement with the terms and conditions of these services. You will also find the instruction on how you will pay the service fee in that form.
    b) Please ensure that your work experience or background is properly aligned to PSU’s offered degrees under the ETEEAP (You can see their offered degrees along with the requirements below). If you realize that this is not the case after your payment has been made and you request for a refund, we will only send 50% back to you.
    c) If your experience is aligned with PSU’s program and after payment you decide not to continue for any reason, we will not refund but your application will be put on hold or pending until you are ready to continue.
  2. After payment, please send the confirmation to this email address: psu@eteeap.org
    We will provide another link to a form which will guide you throughout the whole process of submitting all your documents electronically for pre-evaluation. We will then print your documents, organize, bind and forward them to PSU if they are complete, otherwise we will advise you on any lacking documents/requirements.

    Please note: You are given two weeks to complete the Document Submission Guide form and upload your documents to Google Drive as instructed in the form from the time it was shared with you. If such was not accomplished during the said period, your payment will be considered dormant and inactive and the fee cannot be refunded. You can resume your application by sending us message if you are ready to proceed again.
  3. Either you pass or fail the pre-evaluation, we (or PSU) will inform you.
    Please note, however, that we cannot control and cannot provide timeline on how long the pre-evaluation will take, as this is dependent on the current activities of the school. It may be between three days and three months to know the result.

    Here are the conditions on either scenario:

    If you pass the pre-evaluation, you will be informed by either PSU or us and further instructions will be provided on the next step you need to take at your end to complete your enrollment.
    If you fail the pre-evaluation, we will advice you if you only need to submit additional requirements and help you how to avail of them to achieve the required score you need.
  4. If at this time you fail but eventually want to re-apply after securing additional requirements, we will accommodate you and you will only be required to pay 50%.

Applicant Declaration Form

If you agree with the above terms and conditions, please open and carefully follow the instructions in the form on the link below. Please click/tap on the link below.

PSU Assistance Applicant’s Declaration Form

Please click/tap on the link

PSU’s offered degrees under the ETEEAP

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education
    Major in:
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • English
    • Filipino
    • Social Studies
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Industrial Technology
    Major in:
    • Mechanical Technology (For factory machinists and drivers)
    • Automotive Technology (For machinists and drivers)
    • Electronics Technology (Covers both electronics and computer technology. Also for those with backgrounds in semiconductor companies)
    • Electrical Technology (For electricians and electrical technicians)
    • Food Service Management (For those who work in restaurants, resorts, canteens, etc.)
    • Garments and Fashion Design (Garments factory workers and tailoring/sewing shop owners)
    • Civil Technology (For carpentry and civil maintenance work background)
    • Drafting Technology (For those who work as draftsmen in the engineering field)

Here is the list of requirements you need to prepare:

  1. Application Letter (Sample herehttps://eteeap.org/appltr)
  2. Filled up and signed application form (Download herehttps://eteeap.org/appform)
  3. Detailed CV or resume (Sample herehttps://eteeap.org/cv)
  4. Birth certificate (Proof of your citizenship)
  5. ID (Passport, Driver’s license, etc.) Driver’s license earns some points.
  6. For female applicants (Surname discrepancy proof – Marriage certificate, etc.)
  7. High school documents
  8. COE of all relevant employees (Sample herehttps://eteeap.org/coe)
  9. Recommendation letter from employer
  10. DFR of all relevant employees if details were not provided on the COE
    (Sample herehttps://eteeap.org/dfr). If not available your contract and email confirmation of your employment.
  11. OFW documents/contracts/visa/employment certificates. These items can earn evaluation points.
  12. Informal training certificates
  13. Other degree certificates and OTR/TOR and certificate/diploma (If applicable)
  14. Training/Seminar certificates provided or sponsored by your employer
  15. Other training certificates
  16. College degree certificate and OTR/TOR (If applicable)
  17. Other relevant documents related to the field you are applying for.

Note: 1 year in addition to the minimum 5 years work experience in the field you want to apply for ETEEAP earns one point.


If you want to learn more about PSU and their program you may visit their page on this link: https://eteeap.org/psu

For questions and needed clarifications, please go to our comments page here.
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2024
Apr
1

Featured Schools in Mindanao

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Cagayan de Oro College – Phinma Education

A reputable institution located in the city of Cagayan de Oro, Southern Philippines. They recently helped a number of professionals in the military, security and other related fields complete their degree in BS Criminology.

They also offer other programs under the ETEEAP which may suit your qualifications. You may visit their pages and websites with the links below to know more about them.

Website: Please go to this link.
Facebook Page: PHINMA-Cagayan de Oro College
Click on the image below to visit their website.

LICEO de Cagayan University (LDCU)

Another reputable institution located in the same city of Cagayan de Oro, Southern Philippines. They offer Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration under their ETEEAP.

You may visit their pages and websites with the links below to know more about them.

Website: Please go to this link.
Facebook Page: LDCU-ETEEAP
Click on the image below to visit their website.

For questions and needed clarifications, please go to our comments page here.
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2024
Mar
21

Graduate Degrees

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Pangasinan State University Open University Systems (PSU-OUS)

Pangasinan State University is one of the known universities outside Manila in the north with 8 strategically located campuses in the province. It is also one of the multi-awarded state universities in the whole country.

Besides the efficient implementation of the ETEEAP, it is also efficient in conducting and awarding graduate programs both on-campus and off-campus with their open university systems. To know more about them, you can visit their page with the image link below.

From the PSU-OUS Facebook page

Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas (PCU-Dasma)

Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas is one of the campuses of PCU, a private university in the Philippines. This institution has produced quality students with their regular undergraduate programs and Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA) under their ETEEAP.

They also offer graduate degrees under their regular graduate programs which is open for Filipinos and foreign nationals.

From PCU Facebook page

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2024
Mar
5

BInd-Tech

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Bachelor of Industrial Technology

Most state (and some private) universities offer Bachelor of Industrial Technology with the corresponding majors to the applicants’ skills under their ETEEAP. But what are these degrees? Are they considered bachelors degree? And what are their equivalent?

Let us take a closer look at this field. We will use the Commission on Higher Education Memorandum Order, which was signed and released on September 5, 2023 by CHED and called CMO-No-13-Series of 2023-BInd-Tech (CMO-13-S2023).

We only uploaded the image of the first 5 pages on this post as this is a 161-page document. If you want to see all the pages, you may click/tap on the links to either the CHED website or from our resource link below. Documents from these links contain exactly the same information.

We don’t need to expound about this topic as the information on first 5 pages of the CMO on the following images are enough to explain what these programs are and their equivalent. Suffice to mention here the information found at Section 5, number 5 on page 4. Here is what it says:

Allied programs for Industrial Technology are Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Engineering Management, Statistics, Business Administration, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics Engineering and Engineering Technology.

CHED CMO No. 13, Series of 2023 – September 5, 2023

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

Here is the link to the CHEd Website.


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2024
Mar
4

Featured School-University of Baguio

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UB is one of the best private higher education institutions in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). Their campus is located at the heart of the beautiful City of Baguio.

Included in their programs is the implementation of the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), being one of the hundreds of colleges and universities in the Philippines that were deputized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). They were also one of the pioneers in implementing the ETEEAP during the program’s infancy.

Programs Offered

The following are the programs they offer under the ETEEAP.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Bachelor of Science in Education (BSED)
Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BS-Crim)
Bachelor of Arts in Communications (BA-Comm)
Bachelor of Arts in English (BA-Eng)
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (BA-PoliSci)
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
Bachelor of Science in HRM (BS-HRM)

Some of their criminology graduates have upgraded their career in the PNP (as well as other related fields) and retired as generals, which goes along with their ads, “We produce leaders”.

Here are the links to their website and Facebook page so you can contact them directly.

See their programs in a nutshell on the following video.


Link to FB Page: https://fb.watch/qB9Z6R8WPs/

Go to the UBaguio website

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2023
Apr
7

Featured School-PSU

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PSU is one of the higher education institutions in Region 1, and we are featuring the Asingan Campus on this site.

Included in their programs is the implementation of the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), being one of the hundreds of colleges and universities in the Philippines that were deputized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).


See the video testimony about ETEEAP at the bottom of the page.


For those who want to avail of the enrollment and documentation assistance with this particular school, please click/tap on the link below.

PSU enrollment and documentation assistance.


Programs Offered

The following are the programs that they offer under the ETEEAP. These are offered by their eight campuses in the province. This page was originally made for the Asingan Campus, but their focal person will refer you to the campus where the appropriate degree for your experience and credentials apply.

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education
    Major in:
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • English
    • Filipino
    • Social Studies
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Industrial Technology
    Major in:
    • Mechanical Technology (For factory machinists and drivers)
    • Automotive Technology (For machinists and drivers)
    • Electronics Technology (Covers both electronics and computer technology. Also for those with backgrounds in semiconductor companies)
    • Electrical Technology (For electricians and electrical technicians)
    • Food Service Management (For those who work in restaurants, resorts, canteens, etc.)
    • Garments and Fashion Design (Garments factory workers and tailoring/sewing shop owners)
    • Civil Technology (For carpentry and civil maintenance work background)
    • Drafting Technology (For those who work as draftsmen in the engineering field)

Tuition and Other Fees

This is one of the first question prospective candidates always ask so we will explain it here. Below is the official fee schedule coming from their office. PSU’s fee structure is one of the cheapest in the Philippines as well as globally. Other questions and clarifications you may have in mind can be directly addressed to the authorized representative who cares for this project. You can find her contact details below.

Application, Evaluation and Enrollment Procedure

  1. Fill up the application forms (Click here for the downloadable application form in PDF). For the editable version of the ETEEAP application form in MS Word, please go the this link.
  2. Prepare a detailed resume or CV along with a cover letter of intent which includes the program of your interest.
  3. Prepare a Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFR) or Service Record to be signed by your current employer.
  4. Prepare a Detailed Functions and Responsibilities (DFRs) or Service Records to be signed by your previous employers (If available).
  5. Prepare copies of employment certificates of current and previous employers pertaining to number 3 and 4.
  6. Prepare all the other documents (NSO provided birth certificate, Diploma and transcripts of records of your completed education, etc).
  7. Prepare all certificates of training, seminars and awards that you have acquired.
  8. Prepare a list of your works or publications either in print or digital.
  9. Any other relevant documents from any organization or entity as proof of your claimed skills and achievements.
  10. For online application, you may scan all of the above along with a brief letter attached to your CV explaining your intent.

When you fill up your application/enrollment, please specify which offered program or degree you are interested to enroll in. After evaluation, the PSU ETEEAP 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. ETEEAP enrollment is daily which means you will not follow a specific time frame. All subjects and requirements will be covered and completed through online learning modules.


For those who want to avail of the enrollment and documentation assistance with this particular school, please click/tap on the link below.

PSU enrollment and documentation assistance


Residency Period

Individuals enrolled under the Program is required to have minimum residency of six (6) months. This means that even if your enrolled subjects are completed in less than 6 months, you can not apply for graduation, even if you have complied with all the requirements.

You will be provided additional instructions when your pre-evaluation is completed.

Important information and requirement after evaluation: 

One of the requirements is for the college or university where you completed the units/credits that you submitted (if you did and where applicable) along with your other credentials to verify this by sending a copy of your Official Transcript of Record (OTR) directly to PSU, along with comments about your status.

For other details, you may directly inquire from the PSU-ETEEAP department though the contact person below.

________________________

Ms. Analyn I. Diola
Focal Person, ETEEAP
Pangasinan State University- Asingan Campus (PSU-Asingan)
Asingan, Pangasinan

Facebook: Aying Diola
Email: adiola.asingan@psu.edu.ph
Mobile: +63-947-612-8432
Click here to view or download the PSU FAQ document, although most of the information are already found on this page or in other parts of this site.


Testimonies on PSU ETEEAP

From Jeanne Rivero’s YouTube Channel.

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2023
Mar
29

Learning Certificates

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Additional Learning Certificates

You may have skills that you acquired from your years of experiences in your workplace but you cannot produce certificates to prove such except for the recommendations and employment certificates provided by your employer. Many HEIs are requiring skill-specified certificates that were earned from learning institutions and training centers and most of them accept those that were taken up online.

We have a few suggestions here that may help you. These are already established online learning sites and some of their learning modules are used by some universities and colleges as part of their learning resources.

Create an account with LinkedIn here and complete your profile. Then visit their learning sites here where you can find their free lessons and take up an examination at the end of each lesson. You can then download the certificates that you can use as credentials.

They have one month free trial on premium accounts that you may want to take advantage of where you can find premium lessons. You may continue with the paid premium account at the end of the trial period if you wish.

Google also offers online lessons in different topics. They have free lessons but if you want to earn a certificate, you need to pay a certain amount for each examination that you take up. You may visit their learning site here.

The Philippine government has set up a department that provides free training on different skills where one can earn a certificate at the end. You may visit their website here, and their e-learning site here.

For questions and needed clarifications, please go to our comments page here.
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2023
Mar
27

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

Please click/tap here to download. Important: Please check your download folder after you click on the download link.


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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