SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1. The institutions has an approved and sustainable Faculty Development Program (FDP).
  • S.2. There are policies on faculty academic recognition and grant of scholarships/fellowships and awards.
  • S.3. Every faculty member has at least one active membership in professional/scientific organization or honor society relevant to his/her assignment and field of specialization.
  • S.4. The budget allocation for faculty development is adequate.

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. The institution implements a sustainable Faculty Development Program based on identified priorities/needs and in accordance with the CMO of the program such as:
    • I.1.1. upgraded educational qualifications (graduate studies);
    • I.1.2. attendance to seminars, symposia and conferences for continuing education;
    • I.1.3. conduct of research activities and publication of research output; and
    • I.1.4. giving lectures and presentation of papers in national/international conferences, symposia and seminars.
  • I.2. The institution supports the professional growth of the faculty through attendance in educational lectures, symposia, seminars, workshops, conferences and other forms of training.
  • I.3. The institution conducts in-service training activities regularly at least once per term.
  • I.4. Selection of deserving faculty to be granted scholarships, fellowships, seminars, conferences and/or training grants is done objectively.
  • I.5. The budget for the faculty development is adequately allocated.
  • I.6. The budget for faculty development is wisely utilized.
  • I.7. The Faculty Development Program is implemented with the following provisions;
    • I.7.1. adequate and qualified supervision of faculty;
    • I.7.2. scholarship, fellowships, sabbatical leaves, and research grants;
    • I.7.3. financial support for active membership in professional organizations;
    • I.7.4. deloading to finish the faculty’s thesis/dissertation;
    • I.7.5. attendance in continuing professional education (CPE) programs such as seminars, workshops and conferences or some in-service training courses;
    • I.7.6. conducting research related activities related to the program;
    • I.7.7. publishing scholarly articles and research outputs; and
    • I.7.8. production of instructional materials (IMs).
  • I.8. Opportunities for the faculty to attend/participate in capability building and enhancing activities are fairly distributed.
  • I.9. Tuition fee privilege and other forms of assistance are utilized by faculty pursuing advanced (master’s and/or doctoral) degrees.
  • I.10. Faculty are given incentives for book writing, manuals, handbooks, compilations and instructional materials to keep up with new knowledge and techniques in the field of specialization.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. The faculty are well-trained and competent to serve the institution.
  • O.2. The faculty are committed to serve and support the programs and projects of the institution.