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SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES
- S.1. The institution has a Student Handbook containing comprehensive information on programs and services for student welfare and development.
- S.2. A regular and comprehensive Orientation Program is held for new, returning and continuing students.
- S.3. The information materials on educational, career, personal and social concerns are readily available, such as:
- S.3.1. R.A. 9262 or Anti Violence Against Women and Children Act;
- S.3.2. Anti-Bullying Act;
- S.3.3. Guidelines on drug abuse prevention and control;
- S.3.4. R.A. 7877 or the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995;
- S.3.5. HIV AIDS awareness;
- S.3.6. Self-care and healthy lifestyles; and
- S.3.7. R.A. 9442, particularly on the provision on public ridicule and vilification against persons with disability.
- S.4. The Guidance and Counseling Program provides the following services:
- S.4.1. information and inventory;
- S.4.2. counseling;
- S.4.3. appraisal and testing;
S.4.4. placement and follow-up; and
- S.5. Gender-sensitive individual and group counseling is provided.
- S.6. Counseling Services consider cultural differences.
- S.7. The Guidance Program is headed by a licensed Guidance Counselor with at least a master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling.
- S.8. All the Guidance Counselors are licensed.
- S.9. The Guidance Program is supported by qualified staff.
- S.10. Every student has an updated profile at the guidance office.
- S.11. A counseling room is provided for students including those with special needs.
- S.12. There is a well-planned assessment program for students with appropriate standardized psychological tests.
- S.13. Career seminars and job placement services are available for the students.
- S.14. There is a mechanism to establish partnership and collaboration with other institutions, agencies and industry.
- S.15. There is mechanism for storing and archiving student records for reference purposes.
- I.1. The ratio of a Guidance Counselor to student population is 1:1000.
- I.2. Counseling and other student records are maintained and kept confidential.
- I.3. Appropriate intervention programs and services are adopted to promote and enhance student welfare and development.
- I.4. The Guidance Office maintain an updated inventory of student cumulative records.
- I.5. The psychological tests are administered , scored and interpreted by qualified staff and the results are kept confidential.
- I.6. The test results are disseminated to concerned parties.
- I.7. Test results are utilized in designing activities to meet student needs.
- I.8. A scheme for appropriate follow-up and referrals is utilized.
- I.9. The Guidance Office prepares valid appraisal data of students for career and job placement.
- I.10. Student placement is regularly monitored and followed up.
- I.11. The institution maintains active networking with the schools, the communities, alumni, and other concerned agencies for career and job placement of students.
- I.12. Career counseling is provided to enable students to choose appropriate major/field of specialization.
- I.13. Information materials on career and job opportunities are made accessible.
- I.14 The SAS maintains liaison with its alumni to follow up graduates job performance, vis-a-vis:
- I.14.1. awards received;
- I.14.2. key positions in private and/or government agencies; and
- I.14.3. status of the enterprise, if applicable.
- I.15. Skills development programs are conducted.
- I.16. The students are given assistance in career and job placement.
- I.17. The institution encourages student economic ventures such as but not limited to:
- I.17.1. student laboratory cooperatives;
- I.17.2. entrepreneurial activities/projects;
- I.17.3. savings; and
- I.17.4. others (please specify)_____________________.
- I.18. Updated information on student welfare and development are accessible and disseminated.
- I.19. The student body is envolved in the development and revision of Student Handbook.
- O.1. Quality student welfare services are availabe.