Special Courses for Local Chief Executives
To accommodate the timely needs of local stakeholders, especially the executives, we also conduct special courses that are offered on a seasonal basis.
As LGUs operate based on three-year terms, we offer introductory courses for Local Chief Executives (Governors, Mayors, and their support staff) to equip them with the necessary skills to govern their localities. This provides them a head start, especially executives in their first term, on strategies and concerns that need to be considered to effectively manage the local bureaucracy. Courses also give special emphasis on preparing LCEs for their first 100 days in office. These courses are generally offered during the first year after the local elections.
Special courses for LCEs also operate on a variety of topics essential in discussion of local governance. This can range from the basics of the local government system and governance, human resource development, local fiscal administration, local development planning, ethics and accountability, among other executive concerns. The Center also sees to it that local officials and their staff are updated and informed of the current issues and trends by sharing the good practices being done by outstanding LGUs.
Currently, the Center is offering the PREPARE U Course for Local Chief Executives.
To learn more about theme-specific courses, see Theme-Specific Courses section.
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