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Eight personnel of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau-Cordillera Administrative Region (MGB-CAR) graduated from the recently concluded courses of the Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Academy held by the Human Resources and Development Section (HRDS) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Cordillera Administrative Region (DENR-CAR).

The Frontline ENR Course was virtually held on January 18-23, 2021 and was conducted primarily to equip DENR personnel on the its frontline services. Graduates of this class which included personnel from the Finance and Administrative Division of MGB-CAR: Dickson Ray Kimmakim (Class Salutatorian), Karen Nietes and Mary Knoll Marcos, belonged to ENR Frontline Course Batch 104 – Kabakiran. 

The Basic ENR Course was virtually held on February 8-15, 2021 and was aimed at enhancing knowledge of the environmental laws essential to the functions of DENR personnel.  Graduates of this class included Engr. Melissa Namoro - MMD (Class Salutatorian), Atty. Grecilda Marcelo - FAD (Top 6), Annie Polidario -GSD, Danica Jane Detablan - GSD and Sheila May V. Sanqui - ORD. They belong to ENR Basic Course Class 204 – Resilient.

Subject matter experts for the Frontline and Basic Courses handle the teaching of the different topics in the said courses.  Engr. Brent Pagteilan of MGB-CAR’s Mine Management Division handles the subject on Mineral Resources Management 101.

During the graduation rites of these courses, DENR Regional Executive Director Ralph C. Pablo who is also the subject matter expert for Land Administration 101, emphasized in his speech, the vital role of continuous personnel development and equipping through trainings and development courses.  He is committed to capability-building among all DENR-CAR employees in order to develop excellent service for the public. 

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RED Ralph Pablo as he delivers his lecture on Land Administration 101

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Engr. Brent Pagteilan with his lecture on Mineral Resources Management 101

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