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For Scouting to succeed in any barangay and encourage participation among girls and adults;there is a need to harness the support of Brgy. officials who will play an important role in thesuccessful implementation of GSP Programs.
At the end of the training,the participants are expected to; 1. Be familiar with the GSP activities, programs & projects.2. Actively participate in the activities. 3. Be committed with the GSP movement. .
1. Overview of the GSP Program A. Mission & Vision B. History C. Five Basic Essentials & Four Sign Posts D. Five Program Levels 2. Roles & responsibilities asstakeholders of the movement
April 30, 2012 AM PM7:30-8:00 Registration 1:00-1:30 Five Program8:00-8:30 Opening Levels Ceremony 1:30-2:30 Special8:30-9:30 Orientation Programs9:30-10:00 Snacks 2:30-3:45 Roles &10:00 -12:00 Overview of Responsibilities of the GSP Program Brgy. Officials Mission & Vision 3:45-4:00 Snacks History 4:00-4:30 Open Forum Five Basic Essentials 4:30-5:00 Closing Four Sign Posts Ceremony
Lectures, Songs & Games, Challenges, Visual Aids (Power Point Presentation/ MPT)
Trainers/Facilitators Chief Trainer: Rose Sandoval Co-Trainers: Raquel Tabios Imelda Rodique Malou Cabanag Evalour Arellano Basilisa HernandezAssisting Trainers: Annette Diamante Amor de Luna Marietta Papag
A GSP standard training certificate willbe given to eachparticipant who completed the course.
Involvement &commitment of Barangay Officials inevery activities of the GSP