DepEd to launch VINSET 3.0 with theme “Uniting Teachers Towards Digital Transformation and Excellence”

DepEd to launch VINSET 3.0 with theme “Uniting Teachers Towards Digital Transformation and Excellence”

The Department of Education (DepEd) will be having its televised Virtual In-Service Training or VINSET 3.0 this August 8 to 11, 2022. The theme for VINSET 3.0 is “Uniting Teachers Towards Digital Transformation and Excellence.”

VINSET 3.0 will be organized by the Educational Technology Unit (EdTech) of DepEd’s Information and Communications Technology Service (ICTS). According to a statement posted on the EdTech Unit’s Facebook page, the virtual activity will be streamed through the agency’s online platforms. The recorded session will then be aired on a later schedule via DepEd TV’s local cable partners.

In the same announcement, it was mentioned that the activities “are programmed to impart the latest technological innovation in instruction to prepare both public and private school teachers in for in-person classes using different ICT and digital learning applications.”

This virtual event can be beneficial to teachers who are seeking to have their license renewed. That is because those who will attend and complete the requirements for VINSET 3.0 will receive 15 continous professional development (CPD) units with the Professional Regulation Commission’s CPD Council for Professional Teachers with Accreditation Number: PTR-2022-366-1899.

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