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The PAHRODF website will soon be retired. Visitors will be directed to www.australiaawardsphilippines.org for information about Australia Awards Scholarships and Alumni Engagement in the Philippines

Returning Filipino scholars join Australia Global Alumni Network in the Philippines

The Australian Embassy in the Philippines recently hosted a reception to welcome the newest group of Australia Global Alumni. The 50 returning Australia Awards scholars are now a part of a global network of Australian-educated Filipinos who stay connected with their Australian network through the Australia Global Alumni community. Read More »

35 Filipinos earn Australian degrees at De La Salle University

Thirty-five Filipino professionals earned dual degrees from the University of Newcastle (Australia) and De La Salle University (Philippines)’s innovative study and exchange program supported by the Australian Embassy. Read More »

Collection of Featured Intervention Outputs

HRODF - Guidebook on Performance Management System

This guidebook incorporates lessons learned from the Facility’s experience in providing assistance in this HR area as it presents key concepts in strategic performance management as applied in the public sector. It is intended to serve as a resource for other organisations that are ready to make the shift to a more results-based approach in managing performance. Read More »

HRODF - Mentoring Guidebook 2016

This guidebook is intended as a learning aid for mentors who wish to be refreshed on the basics of mentoring and as an introduction or primer for would-be mentors. A successful mentoring program is one that is planned, supported and managed so that it meets the needs of the people involved and the organisation that runs it. Mentoring is a relationship for growth. Whether it is skills for living, business success, or career advancement, mentoring is a gift of shared wisdom that benefits both parties. Read More »

Most Recent Activities

Learn about PAHRODF recent activities.

Tender Opportunities

PAHRODF offers regular business opportunities for Learning Service Providers (LSPs) that are interested in sharing their knowledge and skills for nation building.

Accreditation of LSPs

If you are a consultant or consulting firm, PAHRODF invites you to partner with us as one of our Learning Service Providers (LSPs).

Applications for the June 2018 intake will open on 1 October and will close on 11 December 2017

The Organization Development Practitioners Network Philippines, Inc (ODPN) is pleased to invite interested parties to attend this learning opportunity on Organisation Development on September 28, 2017 to be held at Meralco Training Hall 1-3, Lineman Training Camp, Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City.

Highlights

Returning Filipino scholars join Australia Global Alumni Network in the Philippines

The Australian Embassy in the Philippines recently hosted a reception to welcome the newest group of Australia Global Alumni. The 50 returning Australia Awards scholars are now a part of a global network of Australian-educated Filipinos who stay connected with their Australian network through the Australia Global Alumni community. Read More »

35 Filipinos earn Australian degrees at De La Salle University

Thirty-five Filipino professionals earned dual degrees from the University of Newcastle (Australia) and De La Salle University (Philippines)’s innovative study and exchange program supported by the Australian Embassy. Read More »

Collection of Featured Intervention Outputs

HRODF - Guidebook on Performance Management System

This guidebook incorporates lessons learned from the Facility’s experience in providing assistance in this HR area as it presents key concepts in strategic performance management as applied in the public sector. It is intended to serve as a resource for other organisations that are ready to make the shift to a more results-based approach in managing performance. Read More »

HRODF - Mentoring Guidebook 2016

This guidebook is intended as a learning aid for mentors who wish to be refreshed on the basics of mentoring and as an introduction or primer for would-be mentors. A successful mentoring program is one that is planned, supported and managed so that it meets the needs of the people involved and the organisation that runs it. Mentoring is a relationship for growth. Whether it is skills for living, business success, or career advancement, mentoring is a gift of shared wisdom that benefits both parties. Read More »