TABUK CITY, Kalinga– The International School of Asia and the Pacific- Kalinga (ISAP-K) has recently produced 21 registered social workers after the September 2022 Social Worker Licensure Examination administered by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) last September 19-21.
Passers are Risel Banasan, Regina Liab, Girlie Pearl Buyogan, Cynthia Bayong, Rissa Asiw, Rodalyn Bagay, Chickie Purl Ann Balana, Ariane Dagson, Geraldine Macaiba, Emmy Lou Sabawil, Eva Bongorngor, Jo-al Bunag, Lovely Dungani, May Joy Donald, Jessa Mae Gunaban, Cefalyn Lagwasi, Nyanilyn Manadao, Florence Pis-ong and Shaina Taguitag.
In a phone interview with Marissa Patulay, Academic Coordinator of ISAP-K, she said part of the success of the passers is the rigid review program and academic preparation of the students before taking the licensure examination.
She also assured that the school is equipped with the needed learning materials for students to have even with the online and face-to-face learning set-up.
According to the PRC, 2,955 out of 4,723 examinees passed the exam, with 40.38% passing rate achieved by ISAP-K. In total, the ISAP-K has already produced 87 registered social workers since its first batch of graduates in 2015.
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