August 2-6, 2021
21-22/ORPID01 (Online Program)
Teachers, Trainers, Instructors and practitioners of TVET

$150 only!
(for 4 hrs/day for 5 days)


Technology is driven by TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training), since TVET not only spawns technology by pull of demand and innovation, but also diffuses it by way of transfer of knowledge and skills. The TVET sector prepares youth for specific trades, crafts and careers at different levels from a trade, a craft, technician, or a professional position in tourism, agriculture etc. The majority of vocations are typically based on manual or practical actions, traditionally non-academic, related to a specific trade, occupation, or, vacation.

Technology has become an increasingly important part of students’ lives beyond school, and even within the classroom it can also help increase their understanding of complex concepts or encourage collaboration among peers. Because of these benefits, current educational practice suggests that teachers implement some form of technology in their classrooms – but many teachers face difficulties in doing so. Cost, access, and time often form considerable barriers to classroom implementation, but another obstacle is a lack of knowledge regarding how technology can best be used to benefit students across diverse subject matters.

To strengthen the blended learning system, TVET practitioners consider technological skills, technology access and accessibility in designing blended learning modules for a course. For example, some of the common tools used to enhance a blended course are online videos, flipped learning, social groups, bookmarking tools etc.

The objectives of the program are to build TVET practitioners’ knowledge on adult learning and hone understanding of widely used instructional design models. The program intends to equip the participants with skills to design and analyze professional learning resources in the TVET sector. The participants will learn the essentials of designing and developing measurable instructional programs informed by fundamental learning theories to meet a variety of learner needs. The TVET practitioners will have the opportunity to apply the principles of instructional design following a step by step model from needs assessment to evaluation, and build a solid understanding of the process of a learning design.


At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify and describe widely utilized instructional design theories and principles;
  • be familiar with ADDIE, TPACK, and SAMR model to design and development of E-learning resources;
  • demonstrate how to develop a learning materials by using ICT tools;
  • get insight on authoring tools.

Main Contents

This program will cover the following:

  • E-Learning Content and Resources
  • Authoring tools
  • ADDIE, TPACK, and SAMR models as E-Learning Resources
  • 21st Century Skills

Expected Outcome

The expected outcomes of the program are to:

  • Design, develop, and implement interactive E-learning content by using ICT tools;
  • institutional capacity on designing of E-learning resources will be strengthened;
  • design a distance learning course by using articulate rise;
  • prepare a lesson plan by using learning designer;
  • prepare an action plan.

Instructional Strategies
  • Minimum 2Mbps Broadband Internet
  • Desktop/Laptop Computer or Mobile Device with Earphones and Mic
  • Chrome Browser or any HTML5 Compliant Browser
  • Zoom Meeting

Registration, and Other Important Information

Registration is on a first come first served basis. A letter of confirmation will be sent once the minimum ten (10) participants is met on or before July 16, 2021. Please note that a full-payment is necessary to confirm your attendance to the program.

If there is insufficient number of participants, CPSC reserves the right to reschedule the training. If there is schedule conflict after movement of dates or force majeure, CPSC will reimburse the total amount received from the participant. Should the participant wish to withdraw from a confirmed program, the payment may be used to attend other programs advertised via CPSC website or 50% of the total amount may be reimbursed.

If any organization would like to conduct this program solely for their group, CPSC may prepare and send a customized program proposal, with some cost adjustment.

*Note: Bank charges are covered by payer/participant.

Payments may be done through Bank Transfer:

PAYEE: Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education
PESO BANK ACCOUNT NO. (PHP): 123470004678
BANK NAME: Philippine National Bank
BANK ADDRESS: PNB Pasig Capitol Commons, Unit 2, Ground Floor, Unimart Capitol Commons, Shaw Boulevard cor. Meralco Ave., Pasig City

Contact Details

Projects and Consultancy Division
Colombo Plan Staff College
Bldg. C, Department of Education Complex, Meralco Avenue,
Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel No (Trunkline): (+63-2) 8631-0991, 93 to 95
Tel No (Direct Line): (+63-2) 8631-0996
E-mail: [email protected]