TTT’s successful applicants

TrainTheTrainer “It’s not enough to train the workforce, you also have to train the trainer.” (mmnMoreno)

Train the Trainers (TTT) is a BRAP-led  2-day live-in workshop  in partnership with the US Department of State Biosecurity Engagement Program and the Civilian Research Development (BEP) and the Civilian Research Development Fund (CRDF) Global.

TTT is also for those trainers who need a refresher to improve their classroom techniques and methods to transfer learning to work situations. The workshop is scheduled on August 22-23, 2016 at the Marriot Hotel Pasay City , Paranaque, MM.

Below are the successful applicants  to the TTT. Successful applicants need to confirm attendance with BRAP Asst. Secretary Mr. Ariel Aquino at (bioriskassociationphilippines@gmail.com) for further processing of travel and hotel accommodations.

CONGRATULATIONS and looking forward to a great learning experience with you at the TTT.

North
Luzon
Almira Abrazado Philippine Red Cross, La Union Chapter, San Fernando City, La Union
Perlita Bautista City Health Office, Santiago City, Isabela
Maryann Cumigad Clinica Caritas, Tuguegarao Branch, Cagayan
Michelle Sayo Bulacan Medical Center, Malolos, Bulacan
Aldrin Tumamao Northwestern University, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
Ralleigh Vizcarra University of La Salette, Inc., Santiago City, Isabela
National Capital Region Pia Marie Albano Research Center for the Natural and Applied Sciences, UST
Louie Berlin Cadao St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City
Leila Florento United Laboratories, Mandaluyong, MM
Gamaliel Fulgueras Veterans Memorial Medical Center, QC
Fidelino Jr. Malbas Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Alabang
Gina Noble Delgado Medical Center, Quezon City
Ronaldo Puno Lyceum of the Philippines, PAMET
Orlando Ruiz Makati Medical Center, Makati City
Rommel Saceda St. Luke’s Medical Center – Quezon City
Demetrio Valle Ospital ng Makati, Makati City
Luella Vertucio Providence Hospital, Quezon City
South Luzon Rexy Alvarez Bicol Medical Center, Naga City, Camarines Sur
Oliver Shane Dumaoal Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas City
Sierra Roma Hernandez Southern Luzon Medical Center, Bacoor, Cavite
Melvin Toca Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital, Legaspi City, Albay
Visayas Fredeswinda Cortes Center for Health Services, Mandaue City, CEbu
Mindanao Larry Jay Langaman Davao Doctors Hospital, Davao City, Davao
Richard Tabuniag Zamboanga City Medical Center, Zamboanga
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3 Responses to TTT’s successful applicants

  1. Perlita M Bautista says:

    Thanks for the great opportunity

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  2. Perl Bautista says:

    Thanks for d great opportunity

    On Monday, July 25, 2016, Biological Risk Association Philippines (BRAP) wrote:

    > Biological Risk Association Philippines posted: ” “It’s not enough to > train the workforce, you also have to train the trainer.” (mmnMoreno) Train > the Trainers (TTT) is a BRAP-led 2-day live-in workshop in partnership > with the US Department of State Biosecurity Engagement Program and the > Civilian Resea” >

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