The Continuing Education Office caters to the primary need of the professional development and career advancement of its own stakeholders in the three areas in higher education: teaching and learning, research, and engagements. The office will also provide access to the demands of continuing professional development (CPD) trainings for licensing, certificate and diploma programs, life skills learning, language learning, and art institutes for development. The Continuing Education Office also supervises the Center for LifeSkills, the Institute for Culinary Arts De La Salle, and the Language Learning Program.

  • Center for LifeSkills is a registered training center of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) through the Unified TVET Program Registration Accreditation System (UTPRAS) following the modules under the Competency Standard defined in the Training Regulation (TR) of TESDA. The center provides opportunities to Out of School Youth (OSY), unemployed, and underemployed to avail scholarship for continuous education and lifelong learning through vocational and technical skills training to enable them to find gainful employment here and abroad.

  • Institute for Culinary Arts De La Salle (ICA) is committed to promote quality education responsive to global realities.  ICA is envisioned to be the leader in culinary education in the region by bringing in Ilonggo cuisine to the international foodscape. Anchored on Catholic Faith and the desire to graduate men and women imbued with Christian values, and committed to work for societal transformation, ICA specifically aims to:

    • provide students with integrated and hands-on training in culinary arts by fusing fundamental techniques with state-of-the-art equipment;

    • hone the culinary skills of the students through the direct supervision of internationally-trained chef instructors;

    • train students on the fundamentals of classic and contemporary cuisine with the integration of Philippine flavors and approaches;

    • train students who are versatile in various world class hotels, professional settings, cruise ships, resorts, restaurants, catering business and bakeshop management.

  • Language Learning Program is one of the components of the Continuing Education of the University of St. La Salle.  It is built on four main methodological and pedagogical pillars that are fully integrated with each other in all the courses. 

    • Pillar 1 involves Guided Discovery Learning which is a way to develop the language acquisition skills of the learners by using a more natural process in learning a language. It benefits the cognitive, linguistic and social aspects of the learner.
       
    • Pillar 2 focuses on Grammar Progression which includes learning the rules of grammar in a spiral progression that allows the learner to revisit the rules as the need arises. It also involves the functional use of English and grammar.
       
    • Pillar 3 gives importance to the Individual Learning Plan, a mechanism to motivate adult learners into self-direction. Activities will be provided to allow the learners to explore their skills and to analyze their experiences.
       
    • Pillar 4 emphasizes the need to have an international standard when it comes to teaching and learning English.  The LLP sees the need to adapt the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) design. Hence, the program will offer authentic activities and assessments that will further the language acquisition of the learners.

 

Contact Information


  gsm.continuing@usls.edu.ph

  434-6100 local 219

  Continuing Education