AASHPI Admin

AASHPI Admin

Monday, 28 May 2018 01:23
  PROCEDURES FOR PAYMENT For on-site payment, forward cash or check (payable to Asian Association of School Human Resources Management and Development Practitioners, Inc.) payment to AASHPI Center c/o Southville International School and Colleges, 1281 Tropical Ave. cor. Luxembourg St., BF International, Las Piñas City. - or - For off-site payment, send bank remittance to AASHPI Bank Account: S/A 1451-7000-1513 PNB, Aguilar Avenue Branch, Las Piñas City. Fax the remittance slip to telefax (02) 825-3985 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. together with the registration form. Only acknowledged registration and payment will be recorded. Please ensure that transmittals are acknowledged by the Secretariat. You may e-mail the Secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (02) 825-2358 loc 105/164 or 0917-6626782 for confirmation. CANCELLATION BY DELEGATE: Cancellation must be done at least one (1) week before the event. The delegate may send a substitute or request for refund of the amount paid. Cancellation/ Substitution should be done in writing and duly acknowledged by the Secretariat. In case of refund, kindly indicate in the letter your institution’s bank details such as the name of bank, account name, account number, type of account and branch. Refund of the amount paid will be less 40% processing charge. No refund will be made for cancellation after February 21, 2019. Non-appearance or failure to send notice as scheduled will result in forfeiture of the full amount paid.
What does it take to be a successful leader? Being promoted means meeting new challenges, facing new responsibilities and learning new skills. Strengthen the management skills of your new leaders. Heighten it through a highly participatory learning experience that is centered in an academic setting. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: overcome the hurdles of being a new leader; learn techniques on how to influence others; develop leadership skills and be a natural leader; and build a team working toward common goals. COURSE OUTLINE: Overview of Leadership Leadership Defined Leadership vs. Management: The Difference Leadership Styles Inventory Leadership Practices Journey to Becoming a Leader Goal Setting for Success The Art of Influencing Others Leadership Challenges & How to Overcome It Handling Multi-Generation Workforce Conflict Resolution Planning Creating Successful Teams Workshop SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    *Group Rate Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 2,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,000.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,500.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly up to April 20, 2018 only From April 21,  2018 onwards *GROUP RATE applies to school that will be sending four (4) or more representatives; strictly applicable for those who will settle registration and payment on or before April 20, 2018.  For group registrations from April 21, 2018 onwards, REGULAR RATE  shall be the reference of payment.   REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS  DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
With the advent of new technologies, it is  must that rules are set to establish controls. The easy access to cyberspace (internet, network, social media) poses an emerging issue among schools. Do not compromise the digital safety of your employees and students while they are under your care. At the end of this session, the participants will be able to: establish boundaries on cyberspace access to ensure digital safety of students and employees; identify the extent of authority which school administrators can enforce; design a framework to ensure the digital safety of the school and its stakeholders; and learn how to handle cyber-related issues through presentation real cases. COURSE OUTLINE: Understanding the Boundaries of Cyberspace Access for School Administrators Regulating Social Media and Internet Access in Schools as applicable to Students and Employees Establishing Digital Safety Setting Limits to Employees on Internet Activities Creating Policies Governing Social Media, Email Usage, and Internet Access in Schools Extent of Permissible Limitations Regarding Internet Access by Law Integrating DPA Compliance in Electronic Communications Precautionary Measures on Fake News Scope of School's Authority Cyber Cases Pertinent to the Academe Workshop/ Case Study SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    *Group Rate Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 2,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,000.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,500.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly up to April 20, 2018 only From April 21,  2018 onwards *GROUP RATE applies to school that will be sending four (4) or more representatives; strictly applicable for those who will settle registration and payment on or before April 20, 2018.  For group registrations from April 21, 2018 onwards, REGULAR RATE  shall be the reference of payment.   REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS  DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
Monday, 02 April 2018 07:38
Loading...  Participants may accomplish the survey either online or offline.  Those who prefer answering offline can download the attached AASHPI ComBen 2019  Questionnaire and send to AASHPI c/o Southville International School and Colleges, 1281 Tropical Ave. cor. Luxembourg St., BF International, Las Piñas City or fax to (02) 825-3985 or e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The results will be grouped to ensure the anonymity of the respondents. Thank you in advance for your participation. - Compensation Survey Committee     DOWNLOAD FORM HERE
As Mr. Harvey Mackay said, “Your workforce is your most valuable asset. The knowledge and skills they have represent the fuel that drives the engine of business and you can leverage that knowledge.” Make the right choice on who to hire in the most effective manner. Find ways to make informed decisions through interviews.   In this learning session, the participants will be able to: learn effective ways to source out applicants; maximize the information that can be derived from screening of candidates and interviews; formulate job offers in consideration of the existing workforce; and develop a strategic talent acquisition plan.   COURSE OUTLINE: Recruitment and Selection Effective Ways of Sourcing of Applicants Where to Find Your Applicants Use of Social Networks as Sourcing Tool Factors Affecting Recruitment Trends in Recruitment Selection Process Pitfalls in Screening Candidates Assessing Applicant's Competencies Maximizing Interview Benefits of Effective Interviewing Skills Considerations/ Factors in Interview How to Identify “Best Fit” Qualities Competency-Based Interview Approach Guide to An Effective Interview How to Benchmark through Interview How to Create a Job Offer Final Selection and Documentation Challenges in Recruitment and Talent Acquisition How to Develop an Effective Talent Acquisition Plan Workshop SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    *Group Rate Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 2,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,000.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,500.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly up to April 20, 2018 only From April 21,  2018 onwards *GROUP RATE applies to school that will be sending four (4) or more representatives; strictly applicable for those who will settle registration and payment on or before April 20, 2018.  For group registrations from April 21, 2018 onwards, REGULAR RATE  shall be the reference of payment.   REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS  DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
Have you always been ready for tax assessment? A full understanding of how taxation works is extremely important in making informed decisions about what, when and how to do taxes efficiently. Know the effects of the Tax Reform for Acceleration Inclusion (TRAIN) Law. Learn what was changed and its impact on the academic workforce. At the end of this session, the participants will be able to: confidently handle tax audit; understand the impact of TRAIN Law on the workforce; learn best practices of tax enforcement; and update their knowledge through sharing of BIR cases pertinent to school operations. COURSE OUTLINE: How to Manage BIR Tax Audit with Ease Understanding the Classification of Income Taxes Imposed in Educational Institutions Knowing the Impact of the BIR’s Computerization and Online Filing Managing BIR’s Tax Assessment and Collection Strategies in Handling Tax Enforcement in Educational Institutions Guide on How to Do Self-assessment to Ensure Tax Compliance What is TRAIN Law Understanding the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) What You Need to know about Employees’ Taxes Identifying the Taxable and Non-Taxable Income of Employees Treatment of Employees‘ Taxable Income Compensation Income Earners Part-time Faculty with Various Employers Mixed Income Earners Effects on Employees’ Fringe Benefits Updates on Withholding Tax Methods of Filing Income Tax Knowing How to Manually Compute Withholding Tax: Annualized vs. Monthly Effects of TRAIN Law in Accounting Administration and How to Manage Them Best Practices of Tax Enforcement in the Academe Sharing of BIR Cases Affecting Schools SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    *Group Rate Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 2,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,000.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,500.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly up to April 20, 2018 only From April 21,  2018 onwards *GROUP RATE applies to school that will be sending four (4) or more representatives; strictly applicable for those who will settle registration and payment on or before April 20, 2018.  For group registrations from April 21, 2018 onwards, REGULAR RATE  shall be the reference of payment.   REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS  DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
Wednesday, 28 March 2018 06:15
TRACK 1: Talent Acquisition Strategies that Work Speakers: Ms. Ma. Theresa Benitez & Ms. Monica Palomares MAY 3, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 2: Setting Boundaries on Internet Access: Designing Legal Administrative Measures for Schools  Speaker: Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada MAY 3, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 3:  Handling BIR Audit and Best Practices in Implementing the TRAIN Law in the Academe  Speaker: Atty. Willie Santiago MAY 4, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 4: Transitioning to a New Leadership Role: Training the New Supervisors in the Academe  Speaker: Mr. Ruel Montenegro MAY 4, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    *Group Rate Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 2,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,000.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,500.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,000.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,500.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly up to April 20, 2018 only From April 21,  2018 onwards *GROUP RATE applies to school that will be sending four (4) or more representatives; strictly applicable for those who will settle registration and payment on or before April 20, 2018.  For group registrations from April 21, 2018 onwards, REGULAR RATE  shall be the reference of payment.   REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS  DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM       REGISTER ONLINE DOWNLOAD BROCHURE HERE 
Retirement is an inevitable stage for any employee.  It can be a distant paradise or burden to be anxious about.   How ready are your employees in embracing retirement?  What are your programs to prepare employees to look forward to retirement?
Thursday, 23 November 2017 06:03
How important is an employee manual? What are the considerations in writing it? Employee manual documents the processes and policies of any institution. It serves as the constitution of the institution which employees must follow to align practices that will establish a culture and proper governance for the institution.
Thursday, 23 November 2017 05:58
Schools need leaders who possess the vision to improve the quality of learning outcomes while being effective and efficient in management and administrative tasks. Be a transformative leader who can create an impact to the institution. Develop and hone your skills to overcome the challenges and create a positive influence in the workforce.