This assembly of professional organizations of librarians and the different sector they represent in Philippine Librarianship will happen tomorrow. My posting is late, but this would mean that the Board for Librarians (BFL) is busy and involved. Maybe to some, this is not what they're expecting from the BFL to do. Then again, it's a realistic initiative that will push for the profession to level up.
Republic of the Philippines
Professional Regulation Commission
10 February 2014
TO: POTENTIAL CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) PROVIDERS; THE PRESIDENTS OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARIANS ASSOCIATION (APO) AND OTHER LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS OR THEIR REPRESENTATIVES; DEANS AND HEADS OF LIBRARY SCHOOLS OR THEIR REPRESENTATIVES
FROM: THE BFL-CPD COUNCIL (HON. LOURDES T. DAVID, JOHANN FREDRICK CABBAB, AND EIMEE, RHEA LAGRAMA)
The Board for Librarians - Continuing Professional Development Council (CPDC) invites you to a Consultative Meeting on the New Guidelines on Continuing Professional Development of Librarians on 27 February 2014, 1:00pm onwards, at the 4th Floor, UP College of Law Library, Malcolm Hall, Osmena Avenue, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
The CPD Council will present new CPD guidelines on how potential CPD providers can accredited; how librarians can gain credit for self-directed learning and the rationale for the need for continuing professional education for librarians and other professionals.
This meeting will enable you to understand the opportunities and challenges that our profession is currently facing. The venue is good for 50 persons only so please contact me at email@example.com or at 09209616865 for reservation. Attendance to the consultative meeting is free of charge.
The council is looking forward to your presence.