FSI opens FSOCC Batch 23

The Foreign Service Officers Cadetship Course (FSOCC) batch 23 opened on 19 September 2016, Monday, with seventeen (17) new junior officers of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) as participants. In his welcome remarks, Foreign Service Institute (FSI) Director-General Claro S. Cristobal stressed to the participants that developing their core competencies is an integral part of their learning in all the modules of this six-month course. The Course aims to further enhance their knowledge, hone their skills, and develop their attitude and camaraderie which can be applied in performing their functions more efficiently and effectively in accordance with the defined goals and objectives of the DFA.

 

FSI DG Claro S. Cristobal delivers the opening remarks.
FSI DG Claro S. Cristobal delivers the opening remarks.

 

FSI DDG Julio S. Amador discusses the course objectives and introduces the officers and staff of the Carlos P. Romulo School of Diplomacy (CPRSD) headed by Marichu C. Liwanag. Also present are the Head of FSI Administrative and Financial Services Division and the Head of the FSI Center for International Research and Strategic Studies.
FSI DDG Julio S. Amador discusses the course objectives and introduces the officers and staff of the Carlos P. Romulo School of Diplomacy (CPRSD) headed by Marichu C. Liwanag. Also present are the Head of FSI Administrative and Financial Services Division and the Head of the FSI Center for International Research and Strategic Studies.

 

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CPRSD – Core Program Section (CPS) headed by Ms. Amarie C. Zaldivar is shown here explaining the training rules that govern the conduct of the course.

 

CPRSD - Evaluation Unit (EU) represented by Janyn Joie Domagsang informs the participants about the modes of evaluation to be used as instruments in assessing the overall conduct of the FSO Cadetship Course.
CPRSD – Training Evaluation Section (TES) represented by Janyn Joie P. Domagsang informs the participants about the modes of evaluation to be used as instruments in assessing the overall conduct of the FSO Cadetship Course.