Western Visayas College of Science and Technology participated in a survey on Training Needs conducted by the Civil Service Commission. This is in line with the Commission’s dream of becoming Asia’s Leading Center for Excellence for Strategic Human Resource and Organization Development by 2030.
The Civil Service Commission thru its Regional Office 6, is conducting a survey in State Universities and Colleges while in other parts of the country, the chosen respondents are from the Local Government Units and others are from public organizations.
WVCST being a state college was chosen to be a respondent wherein the, administrators, directors, deans, department heads and Human Resource Management Practitioners or what they call the “critical group” became the respondents for this survey. Some of the questions asked in the study were the trainings that the respondents have already attended and the trainings needed to be conducted which are believed to be essential for the development of the college.
After the consolidation of the answers, the Commission will study and design the programs and trainings which will help the group achieve the developmental goals they aim in giving excellent and effective service for the clientele.
The participants were from the Main Campus as well as from the Satellite Campuses of WVCST. Mrs. Nelfa J. Ampatuan of the CSC conducted the survey.