To continue to equip the employees of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-XI with a deeper understanding of the Department’s mandate, programs and the different environmental laws being implemented, DENR-XI is currently conducting its 2nd Frontline training course held at the Royal Mandaya Hotel, Davao City.
This training course, which will run from February 27 to March 2, 2020, is in line with DENR Secretary Roy A. Cimatu’s goal to strengthen DENR’s Provincial and Community Environment and Natural Resources Offices (PENROs and CENROs) as they are the Department’s frontliners in terms of implementing its programs and execution of different environmental laws. This is being participated in by 40 employees from DENR-XI’s PENROs and CENROs.
In her message, Assistant Secretary for Field Operations-Eastern Mindanao and DENR-XI Regional Executive Director Ruth M. Tawantawan reminded all the learners to practice good governance and to try their utmost best to be role models both to their colleagues and in their communities by being efficient and effective employees of the Department.
On the other hand, with the aim to re-orient the participants on DENR’s organizational structure and core values, Assistant Regional Executive Director for Management Services Atty. Ma. Mercedes V. Dumagan discussed to the learners about the Department’s mandate, vision, mission and priority programs of President Rodrigo R. Duterte and DENR Secretary Roy A. CImatu.
Among the topics that will be discussed during the 5-day ENR Frontline Course are: Biodiversity Conservation and Management Services; Forest Resources Management Services and Tree Cutting Permits; Mining Resources Management Services; Disaster Risk Preparedness and Awareness; Climate Change Mitigation; Clean Water Act; Solid Waste Management; Client Service Excellence; and Ethics in DENR.
DENR-XI conducted its 1st ENR Frontline and ENR Basic Courses last September 2-6, 2019 and September 10-16, 2019 respectively.