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NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM I
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SOCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE PHILIPPINES
1. What is the National Service Training Program (NSTP) Law?
NSTP LAW ON FOCUS: FAQs
The Implementing Rules and Regulations of the NSTP states that the prime duty of the government is to serve and protect its citizens who in turn shall also protect and defend the State for their security and to fulfill this, the government may require each citizen to render personal military or civil service.
THE GUIDING PRINCIPLE OF THIS ACT
By: Reissa B. Tindoy, RND
This course replaced the Civilian Military Training and it now focuses on the service that the students can contribute to the community in terms of social development.
3 units Lecture
54 lecture hours
FIRST YEAR, 1ST SEMESTER
At the end of the course, given relevant situation/condition, the students will be able to:
1. Recognize their vital role in nation-building, and promote civic consciousness among them;
2. Express ideas effectively in different team building and bonding activities;
3. Participate actively and develop their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well being.
I. DEVELOPING ONE’S SELF
A. Background of the National Service Training Program
1. The NSTP
2. Vision, Mission, Goals, Objectives and Values
3. NSTP Frequently Asked Questions
4. The Guiding Principle of this Act
5. Program Components of the NSTP
6. Social Analysis
7. The National Situationer
8. Mindanao Situationer
B. Nature and Stages of Human Behavior
1. Human and Person Revisited
2. Human Nature
3. Human Behavior
4. Motivation: The “Why” of Behavior
5. Meaning of Self-Concept
6. Characteristics of Self-Actualized People
C. Moral Values and Values Formation
1. Moral Values
2. Moral Law
3. Application of the 10 Commandments
4. Cultural Behavioral Values
5. The Filipino Values
D. Stress and Time Management and Learning to be Assertive
1. Stress: What it is and What it does
2. The Stress Response
3. Stress-related Illness and Diseases
4. Type A Behavior Test
5. Stress Management for Anger
6. Stress Diary
7. Behavior Exercises
8. Time Management Quiz
9. Time Management Diary
10. Ways to Develop Good Time Management Habits
11. Assertive Behavior
12. 3 Basic Styles of Responses
E. Social Psychology, Group Dynamics and Teamwork and Servant-Leadership
1. Social Psychology
2. Social Behavior
3. The Development of the “Social-Self”
4. Group Dynamics
5. Initial Stage of Group Development
6. Groups that Work
7. Group Skills
8. How to make Teams Effective
9. 12 Tips for Team Building: How to Build
10. Successful Work Teams
12. How Do We Prepare Ourselves for Student-Leadership
13. Dare to Dream
14. The Core Values of a Good Servant-Leader
II. ENHANCING AWARENESS OF SOCIAL ISSUES AND PROBLEMS
A. Nutrition and Recreation for a Healthy Lifestyle
1. NSTP-CWTS Service Components
10. General Hygiene
11. Healthy Habits
13. The Nature and Significant of Leisure and Recreation
B. Safety, First Aid and Disaster Management
1. First Aid
2. Essentials of First Aid
3. Conceptual Overview of Disaster Management
4. Disaster Continuum, Disaster and Development
6. Disaster Continuum
7. Major Kinds of Hazards
8. Disasters and Development
9. Legal Basis of the Philippine Disaster Management Program
10. Emergency Phase
11. Channels of Communication
12. Rehabilitation Service
13. Relief Service
C. Drug Abuse and its Prevention
1. A “Drug” Defined
2. Basic Concepts in Drug Abuse
3. Phases of Drug Dependence
4. Signs and Symptoms
5. Primary Causes and Contributory Factors to Drug Abuse
6. Classification of Dangerous Drugs
7. Effects of Drug Abuse
8. Weapons to Combat the Drug Menace
D. Nature of Family and Child Violence: Its Prevention
1. What is Family Violence?
2. The Three-Steps Violence Cycle
3. How Family Violence Hurts Kids
4. Who are the Abusers?
5. Alcohol and Other Drug May Deter Women From Leaving?
6. How Can We Stop Being Abused?
7. Nature of Child Abuse
8. Types of Child Abuse
9. Why Do Parents Hurt Their Children?
10. Reason Why Abuse May Happen Among Children
11. Common Traits of Abusive Families
12. Risk Factors for Abuse
13. Signs of Child Abuse
14. Ways of Helping or Preventing Child Abuse
E. Environmental Awareness
1. Acid Rain
2. Global Warming and Greenhouse Effect
3. The El Niño and La Niña Phenomena
8. Managing our Solid Waste: An Overview of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act
F. Voters’ Awareness
2. The Commission on Elections (COMELEC)
3. Term of Office
4. Election Process
5. Actions to be Taken by the Filipino Leaders and Voters
G. Other Relevant Social Concerns
1. Juvenile Delinquency
2. Lack of Peace and Order
3. Sex Problems
4. Population and Explosion
8. Traffic Congestion
III. COMMUNITY IN ACTION AND INVOLVEMENT
A. Social Mobilization
1. People Empowerment
2. Roots of Empowerment
3. University of the East Initiatives
4. Communication and Social Mobilization
6. Community Organizing Principles
7. Small Group Mobilization
8. Community-Wide Mobilization
B. Volunteerism: The Wind Beneath the Wings of Social Transformation
1. Volunteerism Tidbits
2. Tips on Getting Started as a Volunteer
3. Benefits of Volunteering
5. Important Reminders to Teachers and Facilitators on Rewarding Volunteers
6. Positive Youth Development Programs
C. Introduction to Community Service
1. The Community
2. Definition of Community Services
3. Defining Civic Responsibility
4. Voluntary Services
5. Volunteer’s Service Tracking System
6. What is Community Service-Learning?
D. Community Needs Assessment
1. What is Community Needs Assessment?
2. Why Conduct a Needs Assessment Survey?
3. How Should a Community Needs Assessment be Conducted?
4. What are the Steps Involved in Conducting a Community Needs Assessment?
E. Preparing the Team for Immersion
1. Team Building Orientation
2. Team Building/ Bonding Activities
F. Setting Up a Project Proposal for Immersion
1. Project Proposal Making
2. Suggested Activities for Community-Based Immersion Project
G. Project Formulation and Management
1. Phase 1: Idea Generation and Development of Project Concept
2. Phase 2: Preparation for Project Implementation
3. Phase 3: Project Implementation, Monitoring and Completion
4. Phase 4: Project Evaluation
Reference for Lecture:
1. Espiritu, R.I., et al. (2008). National Service Training Program Developing a Responsible Citizen Towards Community Development. Valenzuela, Phil.: Mutya Publishing House, Inc.
2. Estañol, E.L., et al. (2007). National Service Training Program (Civic Welfare Training Service 1: A Worktext). Malabon, Phil.: Mutya Publishing House, Inc.
1. Major Exams
4. Attendance and Class Participation
5. Assignments/ Seat works/ Group Activities
6. Group Project Proposal
Report/Class Participation 20%
Attendance/ Assignments/Group 10%
To conduct capability enhancement for civic welfare services geared towards strengthening the values, and traits of the youth, develop social entrepreneurs, volunteers, and socio-economic mobilizing force, serving communities as value-driven innovators for progress and development while working closely with a network of organizations within and outside the higher education institution.
Recovery of the youth’s sense of patriotism and national pride, values and habits of discipline and hard work, integrity and accountability for nation building, volunteer in the enhancement of valuable and effective members of the National Service Corps of the Civic Welfare Training Service.
To promote and integrate values education; transformational leadership; and sustainable social mobilization for youth development, community building, national renewal and global solidarity.
1. To promote and protect the physical, mental, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being of the youth;
2. To inculcate patriotism and nationalism in the youth;
3. To encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs;
4. To identify their role as change agents in the community;
5. To prepare and implement projects that will answer specific needs of the society.
We are guided by our commitment to:
1. Love God
2. Human Dignity
3. Truth, Goodness and Social Responsibility
4. Innovation and Creativity
5. Synergy and Professionalism
6. Protection of the Environment
7. Indigenous Learning and Conservation
8. Quality Service Delivery
1. Volunteers, virtuous social entrepreneurs who are result-oriented individual with strong values to contribute to national peace, development and security; and
2. Individuals, organizations, institutions committed to serving people for God’s glory to enhance growth and development in the society.
1. Developing an informed and aware community;
2. Encouraging inter-government agency cooperation;
3. Assisting the community in defining and identifying ideas of development;
4. Providing complementary assistance and support to facilitate socio-economic development, environmental and natural resources management, and delivery of basic services; and
5. Uplifting the well-being of people.
SERVE COMMUNITY BY:
We pursue our goals through:
1. Integrative approach to human development that begins with one’s development that begins with one’s self;
2. Partnership with local officials, civic leaders, and non-government organizations;
3. Self-reliant community development supportive of national goals;
4. Community building; and
5. Participatory decision-making.
Righteousness and Service
The NSTP Law or Republic Act 9163 is a program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defence preparedness in the youth by developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its developing the ethics of service and patriotism while undergoing training in any of its three (3) program components, especially designed to enhance the youth’s active contribution to the general welfare.
2. What are the program components of NSTP?
a. Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)
Designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize, and mobilize them for national defence preparedness.
b. Literary Training Services (LTS)
Designed to provide, to train, the students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out-of-school youth and other segments of society in need of their services.
c. Civic Welfare Training Services (CWTS)
Refers to activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation, and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services.
3. Who shall take the NSTP?
All incoming freshmen students, male and female, enrolled in any baccalaureate and in at least two (2) year technical-vocational or associate courses, are required to complete one (1) NSTP component of their choice, as a graduation requirement.
4. When will the NSTP be implemented?
The NSTP will be implemented starting school year 2002-2003.
5. How will the NSTP be taken up?
Each of the NSTP components shall be undertaken for an academic period of two (2) semesters and be credited for three (3) units per semester with fifty four (54) at ninety (90) training hours per semester.
6. Are currently enrolled students covered by the NSTP law?
Male students currently enrolled but have not taken any program component of the previous Expanded ROTC (E-ROTC)/ National Service Program (NSP) are covered by the NSTP.
7. Will a student who has completed all his/her academic requirements except ROTC be allowed to graduate?
A student who has completed all his/her academic requirements except for ROTC will be allowed to graduate provided that he is certified candidate by the school on or before the effectivity of NSTP which is March 23, 2002.
8. What if a male student has completed two semesters of the E-ROTC?
He is deemed to have complied with the NSTP components to qualify for graduation.
9. What will become of NSTP graduates?
Graduates of the non-ROTC components shall belong to the National Service Reserve Corps. (NSRC) which could be tapped by the state for literacy and civic welfare activities. Graduates of the ROTC component shall form part of the AFP Citizen Armed Force, subject to DND requirements
10. How can a student continue to qualify for enlistment in the AFP reserve force?
He/ She may qualify for enlistment in the AFP reserve force as long as he/she has completed the two (2) semesters of basic ROTC.
11. Who is responsible in supervising the NSTP to students?
School authorities shall exercise academic and administrative supervision over the design, formulation, adoption, and implementation of the different NSTP components in their respective schools.
In the case of ROTC, the school authorities and DND shall exercise joint supervision over its implementation.
12. What lead agencies will monitor the implementation of the NSTP?
CHED regional officers, TESDA provincial and district offices, and DND-AFP through the major service reserve commands and their ROTC units shall oversee and monitor the implementation of the NSTP under their respective jurisdiction, to determine if the training conducted is in consonance with this Act.
13. Is the NSTP available in all schools and universities?
All higher and technical-vocational educational institutions will be offering at least one (1) of the NSTP components while State Universities and Colleges will offer the ROTC component and at least 350 student cadets will be offering the ROTC component through its Department of Military Science and Tactics (DMST).