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Version Control


Version

Date Issued

Description

Update Authors

3.1

10th March 2016

Penultimate review of BLW Manual

(still to revise MSC templates and resources)

Caitlin Sparks

Rachel Hollis

Kate Gilkison

Audric Co

Document Purpose


The BLW Manual and Toolkit acts as a guide to those people working towards the success of the BLW Program and the key objectives of the Department of Education, Camarines Sur. The document details structures, processes, and tools that are used to implement the BLW Program. The methods in this document have been developed to ensure that the BLW Program is implemented in a sustainable way, and to ensure the continuous improvement of the BLW Program.

Document Control


The BLW Manual and Toolkit is owned by the ALS Division Supervisor, Department of Education, Camarines Sur. This person is responsible for ensuring that the BLW Manual and Toolkit is reviewed at minimum on an annual basis. Any changes to the BLW Manual and Toolkit are to be approved by the ALS Division Supervisor.

Should there be changes to the document, the BLW Manual will be updated and reissued by the ALS Division Supervisor to all Education Program Specialists for ALS (EPSAs), District ALS Coordinators (DALSCs) and Mobile Teachers (MTs). Changes should be published on the ALS website at www.depedcamsur.com/for-dalscs-and-mts. Update and distribution should occur within one month of any changes being approved by the ALS Division Supervisor. A subsequent follow up session should be held to brief all respective parties on the updates.



The next review date for the BLW Manual and Toolkit is March 2017.

  1. How to Update the DepED CamSur ALS Website


List of Acronyms


Acronym

Meaning

A&E

Accreditation and Equivalency

ALS

Alternative Learning System

BALS

Bureau of Alternative Learning System

BLCC

Barangay Literacy Coordinating Council

BLP

Basic Literacy Program

BLW

Barangay Literacy Worker

BLWC

Barangay Literacy Worker Coordinator

BLWFP

Barangay Literacy Worker Focal Person

CoA

Commission on Audit

DALSC

District ALS Coordinator

DBM

Department of Budget and Management

DILG

Department of Interior and Local Government

EFA

Education For All

EPSA

Education Program Special for ALS

FLT

Functional Literacy Test

GF

General Fund

IM

Instructional Manager

IRA

Internal Revenue Allotment

KRA

Key Result Areas

LCC

Literacy Coordinating Council

LGU

Local Government Unit

M&E

Monitoring and Evaluation

MIS

Management Information System

MLCC

Municipal Literacy Coordinating Council

MoA

Memorandum of Agreement

MOOE

Maintenance and Other Operating Costs

MSC

Most Significant Change

MSCC

Most Significant Change Coordinator

MT

Mobile Teacher

OSA

Out-of-School Adult

OSY

Out-of-School Youth

OSYA

Out-of-School Youth and Adults

PLCC

Provincial Literacy Coordinating Council

PS

Personnel Services

PSDS

Public Schools Division Supervisor

PWD

Person with a Disability

RA

Republic Act

SB

Sangguniang Bayan

SDS

Schools Division Superintendent

SEF

Special Education Fund

SK

Sangguniang Kabataan

SP

Sangguniang Panlalawigan

UNESCO

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization


Contents


Version Control 2

Document Purpose 2

Document Control 2

List of Acronyms 3

Contents 5

1Program Vision and Benefits 7

2Legal Basis for BLW Program Implementation 8

2.1The 1987 Philippine Constitution and Republic Acts 9155 and 10122 9

2.2Republic Act 10632 10

2.3UNESCO’s Education for All 10

2.4Provincial Ordinance No. 056 of 2015 Series 11

2.5DepEd CamSur Memorandum No. 40 s. 2016 12



3BLW Management Responsibilities 13

3.1ALS Structure 14

3.2BLW Operating Structure 15

4Planning 18

4.1Provincial Annual Plan 18

4.2District Annual Plan 18

4.3Planning Cycle 19



5Awareness and Advocacy 21

5.1The Importance of Awareness and Advocacy 21

5.2Facebook Awareness and Advocacy 21

5.3Key Annual Activities 23



6BLW Funding 26

6.1Purpose of Funding 26

6.2Sources of Funding 27

6.3Funding Cycle 30



7BLW Recruitment 31

7.1BLW Key Competencies, Qualifications, and Personal Attributes 31

7.2Recruitment Process 32

7.3Recruitment Cycle 32

7.4Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) 33

8BLW Program Training 34

8.1Management Training for BLW Program 34

8.2Formal BLW Training 34

8.3Other BLW Training Methods 35

8.4Training Cycle 36

9Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), and Reporting 37

9.1BLW Program Evaluation 37

9.2Monitoring Mechanisms 41

9.3Reporting 44

9.4M&E Cycle 44

  1. Program Vision and Benefits


The purpose of this section is to outline how the ALS CamSur objectives relate to the implementation of the BLW Program. It illustrates the connections between the stated end goal of the Program – to ensure knowledge of, access to, and opportunity to participate in ALS programs– and the means of achieving it. Specifically, it traces relationships between the ALS CamSur objectives, program vision, expected program benefits, and program outcomes. After reading this section, ALS implementers should have a clearer understanding of how their activities can contribute to achieving the BLW Program vision.

The diagram below outlines the specific ALS CamSur objectives that relate to the BLW Program, and how its outcomes and benefits can assist ALS CamSur in achieving their objectives. It establishes the program vision, and what this means in terms of the real benefits sought.

Further information about how “implementation”, “effectiveness” and “impact” will be measured can be found in Section 9 of this Manual, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting.






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