MMC 25 AGUHON WRAPS UP PMDP TRAINING PHASE

MMC 25 Aguhon Closing Ceremony

MMC 25 Class Aguhon wrapped up their PMDP training phase last 4 June 2021 with “The Great Gatsby” as the closing ceremony’s theme. The scholars flaunted their roaring 1920’s costumes in the virtual event held via Zoom. The ceremony started with PMDP Managing Director Nanette C. Caparros commending the scholars for completing their 12 modules… Read more »

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MMC 24 KAWAYAN TRAINING PHASE CLOSING

MMC 24 Kawayan comprising of 37 scholars from 21 government agencies concluded their PMDP training phase last 26 March 2021 with a summer party-themed closing program. Like their sessions, this was held virtually via Google Meet. The event was kicked off by PMDP Managing Director Nanette C. Caparros honoring the tenacity, determination, diligence, patience, and… Read more »

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MMC BATCH 22 – UHAY, PART OF ANOTHER HISTORIC EVENT OF PMDP

The scholars of Middle Managers Class Batch 22 – Uhay experienced multiple firsts over the course of their stay with the Program. They were the first batch to have their residential training in Tagaytay interrupted by the Taal Volcano⁠—that erupted for the first time in 43 years. They were also the first batch of scholars whose classes had to be held at DAP-Pasig. This trailblazing chain of events didn’t stop there as the country was suddenly faced with the global health crisis brought about by COVID-19. When the entire island of Luzon was put under Enhanced Community Quarantine, MMC 22-Uhay was faced with the first abrupt halt of all academic activities offered by PMDP. Despite these tumultuous series of firsts, the batch will surely not return to their respective agencies without being part of many historical milestones as well. Traditionally, a closing ceremony is held to celebrate the end of a class’s residential training before entering the rigorous process of crafting and implementing their Capstone Projects. However, given the state of things with mass gatherings restricted under the ECQ guidelines, the batch became part of PMDP’s history as their Closing Ceremony became the first of the Program’s events to be held virtually last May 16th. Thanks to the digital platforms available through Google Meet, the batch successfully celebrated their personal and communal achievements with the Program and were duly recognized for both the patience and resilience they displayed throughout the many unexpected setbacks they were dealt.

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