PLW National Report for Cycle 2 of 2012


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A consolidation of local coordination reports for Cycle 2 of 2012. Contains at-a-glance cycle 2 workshops, statistics and narrative summary.

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  • Missing # of workshop: Baguio, Isabela, La Union Verify with Manila the total # of workshop
  • Missing # of participants – Bataan and Marikina
  • PLW National Report for Cycle 2 of 2012

    1. 1. Cycle II of 2012National Coordination Report
    2. 2. Contents• At A Glance – Contains Cycle 2 Workshop Schedules and other pertinent information noted• Statistics Report – Contains graphs and statistical reports for review• Overall Summary – Contains Highlights, Challenges and Plans2 15 December 2012
    3. 3. National ReportAT A GLANCE3 15 December 2012
    4. 4. SIGNFICANT HIGHLIGHTS• 34 out of 37 planned Adult Workshops were offered for Cycle 2 of 2012• Out of the 34 Adult Workshops offered, 12 were in English and 22 were in Filipino• Marikina and Bataan Coordinations have on- going workshops until mid- January 2013• Implemented class coding system for all workshop venues for Cycle 2 of 20124 15 December 2012
    5. 5. Cycle 2 of 2012 WorkshopsManila Coordination 8 Dates Venue Group Workshop Days Time Medium Code 17-Aug St. Francis Friday 7:15 PM English C0001 17-Aug Tatalon Friday 3:00 PM Filipino C0002 Conference Room, 25th Floor 17-Aug Paragon Sunday 6:00 PM English C0003 21-Aug Fairview Tuesday 7:45 PM Filipino C0004 23-Aug National University Thursday 7:00 PM English C0005 27-Aug Holy Spirit Church BF homes Monday 4:00 PM English C0006 Conference Room, 25th Floor 27-Aug Paragon Tuesday 7:30 PM English C0007 27-Aug NSOLL QC Monday 7:30 PM English C0008 27-Aug NSOLL QC Monday 9:30 AM English C0009Marikina Coordination 4 Dates Venue Group Workshop Days Time Medium Code 27-Aug San Antonio De Padua Parish Mondays 7:00 PM Filipino C0010 8-Sep St. Paul of the Cross Parish, SSS Saturdays 7:00 PM English C0011 8-Sep St. Francis Chapel, Calumpang Saturdays 7:00 PM English C0012 15-Sep Nativity Parish, Industrial Valley Saturdays 7:00 PM English C00135 15 December 2012
    6. 6. Cycle 2 of 2012 WorkshopsAntipolo Coordination 7 Dates Venue Group Workshop Days Time Language Code 15-Aug Christ the King Parish, Muzon Taytay, Rizal Wednesdays 7:00 PM Filipino C0014 23-Aug Palmera 2 Chapel, Taytay, Rizal Thursdays 3:00 PM Filipino C0015 25-Aug 25 Naval St. Brgy. Dolores Taytay, Rizal Saturdays 3:00 PM Filipino C0016 26-Aug Sta. Ana Chapel, Taytay, Rizal Sundays 5:00 PM Filipino C0017 27-Aug Didays Place, Brgy. Sta. Ana, Taytay, Rizal Mondays 3:00 PM Filipino C0018 28-Aug Antipolo Cathedral, Antipolo City Tuesdays 7:00 PM Filipino C0019 Sunrise Subdivision, Brgy. San Isidro, Taytay, 29-Aug Rizal Wednesdays 3:00 PM Filipino C0020Bulacan Coordination 8 Dates Venue Group Workshop Days Time Language Code 21-Aug Sta. Maria Parish Tuesdays 1:00 PM Filipino C0021 21-Aug Sacred Heart Academy, Sta. Maria Tuesdays 6:00 PM Filipino C0022 21-Aug St. Francis Chapel Gulod, Sta. Maria Tuesdays 7:00 PM Filipino C0023 26-Aug Norzagaray Bigte Sundays 2:30 PM Filipino C0024 27-Aug Metrotraders,Sta. Clara Mondays 6:00 PM Filipino C0025 29-Aug Emersoin Chapel, Saog Marilao Wednesdays 7:00 PM Filipino C0026 29-Aug St. Paul School, Bocaue Wednesdays 4:00 PM English C0027 30-Aug St. Paul School, Bocaue Thursdays 4:00 PM English C00286 15 December 2012
    7. 7. Cycle 2 of 2012Bataan Coordination 3 0 3 Dates Venue Group Workshop Days Time Language Code Tabing Ilog, Samal Wednesdays Filipino C0030 Orani Thursdays Filipino C0031 Lamao, Limay Fridays Filipino C00327 15 December 2012
    8. 8. NATIONAL REPORTStatisticS report8 15 December 2012
    9. 9. PLW PHILIPPINES GUIDES• Total of 86 Philippine Guides as of Cycle 2 of 2012• Out of the 86, only 68 worked for Cycle 2 with 5 justified absences.• Of the 86, 20 Guides have responsibilities in the Local and 7 for National Coordination• Nucleus groups are as follows: Baguio, Isabela and La Union9 15 December 2012
    10. 10. COORDINATING TEAMGUIDES• Marikina Coordination has the highest population of guides• Manila Coordination has 7 guides working in the National Team10 15 December 2012
    11. 11. TOTAL WORKSHOPSOFFERED• Total of 34 workshops for Cycle 2 of 2012. 3 were scheduled prior to Cycle 2 under School of Formation.• Manila has the most number of workshops offered including 3 off-cycle workshops under the School of Formation• Not counted are 3 dissolved workshops from Manila, Antipolo and Bataan respectively11 15 December 2012
    12. 12. WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS 81% of the participants from Session 2 persevered to complete until Session 1512 15 December 2012
    13. 13. NEW OPPORTUNITIES • 1 School of Formation (SOF) started this year under Marikina coordination with 6 student guides • 2 SOFs were on going this year, 1 for Baguio and the other for Manila. 3 and 6 students of the School of Formation were sent forth respectively. • 1 Communion and Service Group exists in Bulacan • 2 Circle of Guides were formed under Bulacan and Manila with 22 participants.13 15 December 2012
    14. 14. National ReportOverall Summary14 15 December 2012
    15. 15. HIGHLIGHTS • Progressive movement in practicing personal conversion and family relationships among the guides as a result of the Culmination Week – Intensified personal conversion and emphasis in intense moments among the guides as a result of the positive experience from the Culmination Weeks – Focused on quality versus quantity of service – Held successful local assembly in the effort to solidify relationships among the local coordination members – Increased attendance of guides to monthly deserts and monthly coordination meeting across local coordinations • Held (2) sending-forth events with 9 additional guides – Bulacan had 6 newly installed guides – Manila had 6 newly installed guides15 15 December 2012
    16. 16. HIGHLIGHTS • Increased promotion efforts for PLC and School of Formation – Initiated Prayer and Life Workshop Circles (PLC) in Bulacan and Manila respectively after successfully completing Cycle 2 workshops – Offered adult workshops to collegiate graduating students located in an off-campus university in Bulacan – Regular campaign for new schools of formation with the intent to invite future guides during Session 15 across coordination – Initiated a joint-effort medical mission in Antipolo City by Marikina16 Guides 15 December 2012
    17. 17. HIGHLIGHTS• Initiated expansion plans thru local coordination initiatives – Campaigned Prayer and Life Workshops in Cebu thru the efforts of Marikina and Antipolo – Collaborated with various Bishops to secure endorsement letters and PLW promotions within their diocese – Increased meeting schedules with clergy to promote PLW mission17 15 December 2012
    18. 18. CHALLENGES • Delayed implementation of 2nd cycle workshops – Accounted delay by Bulacan Coordination in their off-campus university workshop due to the semestral break that occurred during the opening of the 2nd cycle. Majority of participants where senior students having their on-the-job training schedule – Accounted delay in Manila after venues were tied in with school setting – observed semestral break • Dissolved workshop sessions due to low attendance turnouts and participant issues – Bulacan: Session consisted of employers (husband and wives) and their employees. Gaps between the employees and other business reasons hindered the session to push through – Manila: Low attendance turnout due to18 aftermath of “Habagat” or flash flood 15 December 2012
    19. 19. CHALLENGES• Timing of 2nd Cycle Schedule – Due to a push-back schedule of 2nd cycle, the opening sessions went parallel with the 3rd and 4th quarter activities of schools prompting for sessions to experience increase absences among students (Bulacan)• Tracking of participant attendance who is part of the same community – Participants who are part of the same community and has 3 PLW classes for the week often times jumps off from 1 class to the other making it difficult to track attendance across guides• No point-persons for pre-cycle coordination• Non-payment of materials by participants• Rescheduling of workshop sessions in conflict with long weekend with long legal holidays, interference with church or community-based activities• New parish priest assignments within the targeted19 venues 15 December 2012
    20. 20. CHALLENGES • Low venue turn-out due to poor follow-ups to give way for the Culmination Week with Fr. Ignacio Larranaga • Guides who got sick or had commitment concerns during the 2nd cycle. Need for local team to identify areas of opportunities with the concern guide • Perceived poor planning skills in the 2nd cycle that contributed to low attendance turnout for adult workshops and schools of20 formation 15 December 2012
    21. 21. PLANS • Pursue active promotion of PLW to nearby parishes and towns as part of National’s expansion plans • Work with school systems to make PLW not a strict requirement but a preferred spiritual activity • Initiate school of formation involving participants from other provinces such as Norzagaray, Sta. Maria and Marilao (Bulacan) • Broaden promotion efforts among PLW workshop repeaters to hold a word-of-mouth campaign for next PLW cycles • Encourage communities/ interest groups to secure sponsor for PLW workshop venues • Create a single master list for easier tracking of participants across venues (Manila) • Increase promotion thru social media sites such as facebook and website21 15 December 2012
    22. 22. PLANS • Schedule personal promotion to targeted venues of parishes • Encourage each guide to contribute at least one venue for every cycle • Open a school of formation with different guides handling a specific module • Accommodate requests for adult workshop to be initiated in Cavite and Batangas • Follow-up on letter of intent for students of the School of Formation • Collaborate with National for the22 expansion plans in the Visayas 15 December 2012
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