ENR COURSES FOR SERVICE EXCELLENCE. A total of 126 employees of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 2 have completed the ENR Frontline and Basic Courses.
Gracing the virtual graduation ceremonies on October 5, Director Ric Enriquez of the Human Resources Development Service congratulated the graduates of the four batches and commended the Mobile Training Team for being pro-active, practical and hands on in giving learning and development interventions.
“Through the power of technology, you were able to continue learning and unleashed your strengths and potentials. As such you have now the vital foundations and fundamentals to being responsible employees of DENR,” Director Enriquez said.
He reminded the graduates of their role as good civil servants walking with responsibility and accountability. “As we stay in the organization longer, let us utilized what we learn and strategized how we can create innovations. Give changing reforms along side with the guidance of your mentors and supervisors,” he added.
The ENR Academy Program is composed of five courses: Executive Course, Management
Course, Supervisory Course, Basic Course and Frontline Course. Each course has distinct modules which also varies according to level of participation.
In her message, Regional Executive Director Gwendolyn Bambalan encouraged the graduates to apply the learning they gained in their respective courses.
“Once you applied the learning from this course, you will have the opportunity to assess, improve and hopefully share with your peers the lessons and experiences that you will be gaining from your application,” she said.
The regional top official also expressed her high expectations to further improve the delivery of services to the public now that the personnel are equipped with the information of different programs, including the different laws, policies and regulations.
The courses conducted through online platform were facilitated by the Mobile Taining Team led by Assistant Regional Director for Management Services Lilia Abel and Enforcement Division Chief Joel Daquioag with the assistance of the Human Resource Development Section.#