A Videoconference was conducted on March 17, 2023, Friday at about 2:00 PM, Presided by PCOL BERNIE H ORIG, Acting Executive Officer, DHRDD, as represented by PCOL ADOLPH C ALMENDRA, C, UTPDD together with key personnel of the UTPD Division and PCOL BEATRIZ LISING, C, ASAD, PNPTS as well as Training Officers from Area Police Command (APC), Directorial Staff (D- Staff), Personal Staff (P-Staff), National Support Units (NSUs) and C, RLDDDs of Police Regional Office (PROs) nationwide.
The Objective of the videoconference is to cascade the salient provision of the Training Directives. Likewise, the following are the highlights of the videoconference:
A. Master Training Action Plan (MTAP) Target
– For CY 2023, as identified thru Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
conducted last 2022 a total of 4,096 In-Service Training was programmed to train and develop 175,426 personnel’s overall level of knowledge, attitude, values, and skills (KAVS) in police administrative and operational functions.
b. Purpose of MTAP 2023
– MTAP is designed to guide all PNP offices/units in conducting In Service Training which is essential to their personnel and to their office/unit.
c. General Training Directives and Implementation of MTAP 2023
– All Programmed In-Service Training included with MTAP shall be conducted in collaboration with PNPTS thru the RSTU.
– The issuance of Training Orders for the in-service training conducted by the APC, DIP-Staff shall be requested by the concerned office to DPRM through DHRDD detailing the participants to the concerned office for the duration of the training. Likewise, Training Orders from NSUs and PROs as Training OPRs shall be issued by their respective ARMDs and RPRMDs. However, participants occupying key positions as stipulated in the approved Training Directive, which is considered critical and requires the assignment of personnel in a full-time capacity, will be relieved from their current designation.
– Modes of instruction for the corresponding types of training to be conducted must be based on the different Quarantine Classification or COVID-19 Alert Level Systems, as appropriate for every area’s
– Needs for a medical assessment for the participants of In-Service Training shall depend on the requirements set by the training proponent. However, Full operational type of training such as BISOC, SAF Commando Course, and other similar courses training proponents shall ensure that only participants with medical assessment indicating no signs/symptoms of COVID-19 shall be allowed to undergo training.
d. Submission of After-Training Report (ATR)
– An ATR must be submitted through Online Communications Imaging and Monitoring System (OLCIMS) after the opening and culmination of the program training with the following details and attachments.
e. Specific Training Directives
– Standard Training Package of every In-Service Training shall be strictly followed and implemented to ensure standardization and uniformity. Modifications, alterations, and variations of the existing STPs and Program of Instructions which are deemed necessary and appropriate shall only be done upon the recommendation of the
training proponent of the proposed innovations subject to the approval of the DHRDD In-Service Training Certification Board. Training funds and logistical support shall be sourced from the regular MOOE allocations of PROs and NSUs for CY 2023 based on the approved MTAP. Moreover, training funds intended for programmed in-service training shall not be utilized to fund unprogrammed in-service training.
f. Coordinating Instructions
– All programmed training shall be implemented immediately in accordance with Training Directive and/or other policies, guidelines, and directives issued by DHRDD, however, close coordination should be made with DHRDD (Attn: C, UTPDD) ten days before opening the training for training notation, monitoring, and initial
accreditation as training accomplishment upon completion.
– Prior to the conduct of In-Service Training, the training OPR must have made prior coordination with the in-service training proponent to ensure the proper conduct of the training.
– A month prior to implementation QPR must coordinate with PNPTS for the issuance of Class Number with the following pertinent documents to wit: List of Participants; Budgetary Requirements; and Master Training Schedule (MTS) indicating the Subject Mater Expert (SME)
– Three (3) days before the completion of the training, a request for a General Order (GO) Number for the declaration of graduates and a Certificate Control Number (CCN)/Certificate of Conferment Control
Number (CCCN), as may be appropriate, shall be made addressed to the D, PNPTS following the required documents as required by PNPTS.