DO 65, s. 1989 – Policies and Minimum Standards for the One-Year Certificate in Entrepreneurship for Private and Public Post-Secondary Technical-Vocational Schools
July 20, 1989
DO 65, s. 1989
Policies and Minimum Standards for the One-Year Certificate in Entrepreneurship for Private and Public Post-Secondary Technical-Vocational Schools
To: Bureau Directors
Presidents, State Colleges and Universities
Technical and Vocational School Superintendents/Administrators
- This Office, cognizant of the need for the development of the countryside through self-employment, has approved the inclosed policies and minimum standards for the one-year Certificate in Entrepreneurship.
- The policies and standards were evolved after a series of consultation meetings and workshops with entrepreneurship experts, technical-vocational administrators and instructors as well as representatives from various sectors directly involved in entrepreneurship programs.
- The pilot implementation of the one-year Certificate in Entrepreneurship will commence in June, SY 1990-1991. The pilot school is selected from the list of priority schools embodied in DECS Order No 50, s. 1988 and upon the recommendation of the Chief of Technical-Vocational Education Division in the respective regional offices.
- It is desired that this Order be widely disseminated.
Incl.: As stated
Reference: DECS Order No. 50, s. 1988
Allotment: 1-3-4—(M.O. 1-87)
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