TO                   :        All BLGF Central and Regional Directors; and All Provincial, City and Municipal Assessors and Appraisers

SUBJECT     :        Conduct of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses: 2nd School of Training on the Philippine Valuation Standards


          The Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF) , as an Institutional CPD Provider accredited by the Professional Regulation Commission, is currently offering CPD Courses on property appraisal/valuation for local government assessors/appraisers. In particular, the 2nd School of Training on the Philippine Valuation Standards (PVS) will be conducted on November 15-18, 2016 in Baguio City.

          With this, you are invited to attend the abovementioned training to facilitate the renewal of Real Estate Appraiser license and to continue to institutionalize competency enhancement and capacity building offerings in the local assessment service. Please be advised that we will be accommodating a maximum of sixty (60) participants per class on a “First Come, First Serve Basis”. Strictly, there will be no walk-in participants allowed to ensure that trainings are managed properly and the learning of participants is effectively facilitated. Additional schools/schedules will be organized, subject to the volume of applications received.

          The training fee is Php2,000.00/day, which shall cover the cost of training kits, accommodation, meals, snacks, honorarium of resource persons and other expenses related to the training. Check-in time will be on November 14, 2016 at 2:00 pm, and check-out time will be on November 18, 2016 at 12:00 noon.

         The training fee, transportation, per diems and incidental expenses of local government participants shall be charged to the funds of their respective offices, subject to the approval of the concerned Local Chief Executive (LCE).

          Upon completion of the training, eligible participants shall be issued with a Certificate of Training. For further information or details of the training program, you may email, or you may call (02) 310-3139.

          For the information and guidance of all concerned.


OIC Executive Director


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