The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the updated list of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programs for Librarians, one of its regulated programs.
CPD Program refers to a set of learning activities accredited by the CPD Council such as seminars, workshops, technical lectures or subject matter meetings, non-degree training lectures and scientific meetings, modules, tours and visits which equip the professionals with advanced knowledge, skills and values in specialized or in an inter- or multidisciplinary field of study, self-directed research and/ or lifelong learning.
Corresponding CPD unit requirements for the renewal of PRC ID will be mandatory starting July 1, 2017. For Librarians, a total of 45 units are required to be complied every three (3) years.
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Below is the updated list of CPD Accredited Programs for Librarians, courtesy of the PRC Council.
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