- Published: 17 May 2022
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The Civil Service Commission joins the nation in celebrating National Heritage Month this May!
The celebration aims to strengthen people’s consciousness, respect, and love for the legacies of Filipino cultural history.
For this year, the National Heritage Month banners with the theme “PAMANANG LOKAL: Binhi ng Kulturang Pilipino” to highlight the importance of preserving and promoting local heritage within a community and its impact in shaping Philippine cultural identity.
Government agencies are encouraged to promote public awareness in the observance of the event. Read CSC Announcement No. 1, s. 2022.
- Published: 12 May 2022
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Still got questions on accomplishing your Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth or SALN? Maybe you can find the answers in our compilation of Frequently Asked Questions.
Click here to access the FAQs, as well as a copy of the SALN Form and an accomplished SALN sample to guide you.
Remember, incumbent government employees must submit their 2021 SALN with their respective departments, agencies, or offices not later than 30 May 2022. Read related news.
- Published: 29 April 2022
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Check out CSC's eNewsletter this April to catch the latest information on the recent conduct of civil service examinations, guidelines for personnel affected by EO 138, filing and submission of SALNs during exceptional circumstances, and many more.
Access here: https://bit.ly/CSCeNewsletterApril2022
Here's what's inside:
13K take latest civil service exams | CSC issues guidelines for gov't workers affected by EO 138 | File SALN by 30 May – CSC | Town Hall Meeting on the Mental Health Program | Chairperson Nograles talks about the Futures of the Philippine Civil Service | Lingkod Bayan Diares featuring Lucia Jacinta S. Benter | Strengthening public accountability through the Contact Center ng Bayan | CSC shares stories of environmental champions in government
Get your monthly dose of CSC news, announcements, and other updates!
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- Published: 31 March 2022
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A D V I S O R Y
Considering that Metro Manila is under a less-restrictive Alert Level 1, clients who will request a certification and/or authentication of civil service eligibility from the CSC Central Office in Batasan Hills, Diliman, Quezon City may seek an appointment to personally submit their request and receive their requested documents on the day of the appointment schedule effective Monday, April 4, 2022.
An appointment may be secured via the Online Registration, Appointment, and Scheduling System (ORAS) at https://services.csc.gov.ph/. Clients may select their preferred schedule of visit to the CSC Central Office from the available date and time in ORAS.
The requested documents shall be processed and released by the Records Center and Archives Division (RCAD) of the Integrated Records Management Office (IRMO) on the appointment date provided that the:
1. requirements are complete; and
2. needed examination record is available on file
Otherwise, clients will be notified through email or text message on the availability of their requested documents.
For your guidance. Thank you.
NOREEN BOOTS GOCON-GRAGASIN
Acting Director IV
- Published: 23 February 2022
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Check out the following online courses offered by the CSC-Civil Service Institute for the months of April to June 2022:
Kwentong Lingkod Bayani
1 April, 6 May, and 3 June
The Kwentong Lingkod Bayani serves as an avenue of insightful sharing of individual and organization experiences and best practices in demonstrating the public service values – Patriotism, Integrity, Excellence, and Spirituality (PIES). This is also a call to civil servants to imbibe change and to transform every Lingkod Bayani into PIES Advocates.
Target participants: Government Officials and Employees
Registration link for 1 April (Integrity in Public Service): http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/kwentong-lingkod-bayani-13/?instance_id=6039
Registration link for 6 May (Excellence in Public Service): http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/kwentong-lingkod-bayani-14/?instance_id=6042
Registration link for 3 June (Spirituality in Public Service): http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/kwentong-lingkod-bayani-15/?instance_id=6045
Public Service Values Program (PSVP)
10, 12, 17, 19, 24, and 26 May 2022 | 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, and 21 June
This workshop aims to enable participants in strengthening and harnessing the core values of a Public Servant: Patriotism, Integrity, Excellence and Spirituality (PIES) especially in this time of pandemic for the enhancement of their organization’s capability in pursuing strategic leadership and management.
Target participants: 300 Government Executives, Leaders, Managers, Division Chiefs and Supervisors or equivalent positions
Registration link for May: http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/public-service-values-program-psvp-2/?instance_id=6060
Registration link for June: http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/public-service-values-program-psvp-3/?instance_id=6063
HRM Professional Development Program
Performance Management for PRIME-HRM Level 2
1, 5, 8, 19, 22, 26, and 29 April 2022
Participants shall be able to walk through the Performance Management (PM) cycle vis-à-vis the PRIME-HRM Level 2 requirements and shall be guided in the development of a customized PM system. Participants shall also be equipped with the competency of administering the PM Process.
Target participants: Human Resource Management Practitioners (HRMP) or those with equivalent positions (preferably assigned in Performance Management) vying for PRIME-HRM Level 2 in the core HR area of Performance Management from the NGAs, GOCCs and SUCs.
Rewards and Recognition for PRIME-HRM Level 2
5, 7, 12, 18, and 21 April 2022
This course shall enable HR Leaders and Practitioners of public sector agencies to create or review their Rewards and Recognition (R&R) Policy and Processes and identify areas for development or customization for it to be more responsive to agency’s specific needs. Participants shall be able to walk through the R&R pillar elements and indicators and shall be guided in the development of a process-defined R&R system. Participants shall also be equipped with the competency of administering the R&R process.
Target participants: Human Resource Management Practitioners (HRMPs) or those with equivalent positions assigned in Rewards and Recognition and/or members of the R&R Committee from agencies vying for PRIME-HRM Level 2 in the core HR area of Rewards and Recognition. Agencies are encouraged to send both their Central and Regional Office HRMPs to help facilitate whole-of- agency approach in learning application.
Designing and Developing Microlearning
10, 13, 17, and 20 May 2022
Microlearning is a learning strategy that delivers information to learners in small chunks using a method built on the principles of adult learning theories and psychology, while also employing current and new technologies. It aims to provide learning that is relevant, concise, and accessible in multiple devices and platform. This course teaches participants to design and develop microlearning content as part of their blended learning programs (face to face and virtual training).
Target participants: Learning and Development Practitioners or Subject Matter Experts with a minimum of 2-year experience
Online Learning: Facilitating Learning through Technology
10, 12, 18, 25 May & 1 and 8 June 2022
The Online Learning: Facilitating Learning through Technology webinar series goes beyond introducing the technology to offer practitioners proven techniques tailored specifically to engage live online audiences. From decoding the necessary competencies in delivering an online workshop to acquiring the tools and technology available to maximise learning and engagement, this module is specially crafted to help training practitioners smoothly transition from face-to-face training facilitation to a virtual one.
Target participants: Learning and Development (L&D) Practitioners or Subject Matter Experts with a minimum of 2-year experience in L&D
11, 12, 13, 16, and 17 May 2022
This course shall introduce the participants to the principles, processes and practices of effectively developing Competency-based Human Resource Management System (CBHRMS) as a strategy towards integrating the HR functions of Recruitment, Selection and Placement, Learning and Development, Performance Management, Rewards and Recognition, and Human Resource Planning as required in the Maturity Level 3 of the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME HRM).
Target participants: Human Resource Management Officers and/or Agency Officials at the level of at least Division Chief
Registration link: http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/competency-based-hr-26/?instance_id=6094
Leadership Development Program
Formulating Values Policy Guidelines
6, 13, 20, and 27 April 2022
This workshop emphasizes the relevance and significance of formulating/crafting the Policy Guidelines that will strengthen the Agency’s Core Values.
The workshop shall use synchronous and asynchronous sessions to develop participants’ appreciation, acceptance and application of relevant principles, concepts and strategies to help them implement the guidelines efficiently and effectively. The guidelines are expected to sustain consistent manifestations of desired values through planned events, activities, and practices.
Target participants: 2-5 Representatives/Participants per Agency (HRs and Values Leaders)
7, 12, 19, 21, and 26 April 2022
This course uses a blended learning approach to inspire participants to apply ethical and moral standards in practicing leadership in the public sector.
Target participants: 300 Executives, Leaders, Managers, Division Chiefs and Supervisors or equivalent positions
Registration link: http://csi.csc.gov.ph/event/ethical-leadership-29/?instance_id=6053
Leadership in Digital Era
12, 19, 21, 26, and 28 April 2022
In the fast-paced digital world, it’s either disrupt or get disrupted. Thus, public sector leaders need to undergo metamorphosis in order to not just keep but actually get ahead of the curve using digital technology. They must become digitally literate, develop an adaptable mindset, and embrace new tools in order to conquer digital challenges in the public sector landscape. This workshop aims to enable participants in appreciating and embracing digital leadership especially in transitioning to the new normal towards strategic leadership and management and organizational transformation.
Target participants: Executives, Leaders, Managers or Division Chiefs or equivalent positions
Gender, Diversity, and Social Inclusion
4, 11, 18, and 25 April 2022
This Course is designed to raise the civil servants’ awareness on the various dimensions of diversity in the Philippines. It seeks to equip the participants with sensitivity to the impact of diversity, usually exclusion of particular groups especially with respect to gender and provide tools for handling diversity and fostering a culture of inclusion in their respective workplaces. A major strategy for inclusion is mainstreaming the socially excluded groups. Illustrative of this approach is gender mainstreaming which seeks to promote gender equality.
Target participants: 300 Executives/Managers, Division Chiefs, Supervisors and Human Resource Management (HRM) Officers
Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
13, 18, 20, 25, and 27 May 2022
This program aims to develop leadership self-awareness, discover how to strengthen Emotional Intelligence as leaders through a concrete Emotional Intelligence Self-Development Action Plan.
Target participants: 300 Executives, Leaders, Managers, Division Chiefs and Supervisors or equivalent positions