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Sam Bautista Presentation during the WCO PICARD 2011 conference in Geneva, Switzerland

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Bautista - PICARD 2011 Presentation

  1. 1. ACADEME & INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPAn Impetus in Strengthening Teaching and Research of Customs Administration in the Philippines Mr. Samuel C. Bautista, LCB, M.EdM Program Director AIR21 Academy of Developmental Logistics Paranaque City, Philippines
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION RISK MANAGEMENT SECURITY GLOBALIZATION TRADE FACILITATION CustomsAdministration BUSINESS education should be ACADEME GOVERNMENT parallel with international standards. PARTNERSHIP
  3. 3. LITERATURE REVIEW The Philippine Customs Administration EducationSystem in its Present State (CHED Technical Panelfor CA) Assessment of Training Policies of CHED, TESDAand Industry to Address Employment Mismatch(UACT/ILO) The Philippine Labor and Employment Plan 2011-2016 (DOLE) An In-depth Study on the College/University-Industry Linkages in the Philippines (DLSU & CHED) Published articles and opinions from academe,government and industry experts
  4. 4. The Filipino Customs Broker Recognized professionals by the Phil. government. Successful passing in CB licensure examination. Must be a graduate of the CA course. Passing % in CB Exam Year Passing % 2006 16.79 Over the years, CB 2007 18.83 licensure has the 2008 22.92 lowest passing 2009 34.34 percentage in all the 2010 29.77 board examinations in the Philippines. Average 24.53
  5. 5. Timeline of CA Education in the Philippines The 4-year CA falls CA clustered A CA re- Internationally degree was under the with the engineered benchmarked introduced Maritime Business & curriculum Policies & Standards for by PMI Education Management was CA education. Colleges. Education introduced. (ongoing) 1960 1987 1998 2005 2006 - 2011 Curriculum is Curriculum Curriculum Competency- The proposed based on limits the emphasis on based; curriculum will experts advice, available Accountancy, addresses adopt with ministerial opportunities Business & Philippines international approval of for graduates. Management; commitment to standards DECS. less for Tariff WTO reform (WCO-PICARD). and Customs. measures
  6. 6. Comparative Table of BSCA Curriculum Number of Units Curricular 1987 1998 2005 2011 Requirements (DECS 111) (CMO 19) (CMO 11) (Proposal)General Education 57 51 51 51 Business Core 54 57 24 24 Customs Core 36 36 Tariff Core 59 24 27 34Supply Chain Core - - - 9 Work Integrated - - - 3 Learning Total Units 170 132 138 157
  7. 7. HEIs (CA) in the Philippines Enrollment and Graduation Data of CA Academic Year Enrollment Graduates 2004 – 2005 10,263 2,507 2005 – 2006 11,836 2,421 2006 – 2007 9,791 1,576 2007 – 2008 8,694 1,744 2008 – 2009 9,129 1,539The average ratio of enrollee per graduate is 5:1 65 HEIs offering CA in the Philippines, only 2 areoffering the CA masters degree.
  8. 8. HEIs in the Philippines Comparative KPIs (Research, Outreach & Linkages) Performance Philippines CA Foreign CA Institution Indicators InstitutionsResearch Adheres to the Has a strong researchInfrastructure required 2% research culture and tools. budget.Scholarly Work & Absence of output or Active role in WCO,Publication Output journal in CA field. PICARD, WCJ. Absence of activeLinkages with other institutional Membership in INCU.HEIs organization of CA professionals in the academe.
  9. 9. Student Engagement in Industry The current curriculum requires a minimum of 150hours “practicum” – limited exposure for those outsideof the urban centers. The proposed curriculum incorporate structuredand actual immersion OJT program in the policy -with support from the industry stakeholders (brokers,freight forwarders, logistics companies, customs andtariff bureaus). Both the academe and industry acknowledge “jobmismatch” during employment/recruitment.
  10. 10. Industry ParticipationIndustry players in the private sectors are organized.  Freight Forwarders  Customs Brokers  Logistics Companies  Carriers (Air & Sea)  Banks  Manufacturers / Traders
  11. 11. Academe – Industry Partnership A Call For ActionThe academe and business Businesscommunity must cooperate inworking and helping the government Academe Governmentin achieving international standardsThe academe can tap into the vast potentials thatthose in the industry can offer – research funding,exposure to real time environment, updates &technical advice, etc.For the industry, the benefits are manifold –minimizing learning curves, a steady pool ofcompetent professionals, etc.
  12. 12. Thank YouMr. Samuel C. Bautista, LCB, M.EdMTel: +632-8794420Email: scbautista@af2100.com

Sam Bautista Presentation during the WCO PICARD 2011 conference in Geneva, Switzerland

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