CITIZENSHIP ADVANCEMENT TRAINING(C.A.T)

 

  • DepEd Order No. 50 s. 2005

In order to ensure the effective implementation of the Citizenship Advancement Training (CAT) in both public and private secondary schools, the Regional and Division Offices are strongly advised to monitor its implementation and ensure that the guidelines are strictly complied with.

The Citizenship Advancement Training  of Our Lady of Lourdes College  deals with the exposure to basic knowledge, unfamiliar situations, and experiences as well as activities related to military, helps in activities in general for the betterment of life of members of the community, encompasses all programs and activities which are contributory for maintenance of peace and order and enhancement of public safety. The training is a requirement for graduation for all Grade 10 students in both public and private secondary schools.

Part of the extensive training of the Citizenship Advancement Training aspiring officers is the completion of Students Leadership Training Program(SLTP) for Grade 9.


Batch MASIDLAK 2017-2018 with Commandant, Picolera L , Asst. Commandant, Madamba R.

 

“We, the CAT officers of Our Lady of Lourdes College encourage the youth to contribute in the improvement of the general welfare and quality of life of the community, and instill patriotism, moral, virtues, respect for the rights of civilians and adherence to the constitution.”

-BATCH MASIDLAK, 2017-2018

 

 

BATCH MASIDLAK 2017-2018

MANDIRIGMANG SIBOL NG DAKILANG LAHING KAYUMANGGI

 

CORPS & STAFF

CDT. COL

ALDANA, C. K. A.

CORPS COMMANDER

CDTT. LT. COL

BAYLON, M. B. B.

CORPS EX-O

CDT. LT. COL

AZANZA, J. M. R.

CORPS S-1/PERSONNEL OFFICER

CDTT. LT. COL

BUENAOBRA, W. R. D. R.

CORPS S-2/INTELLIGENCE OFFICER

CDT. LT. COL

CARREON, E. P.JR

CORPS S-3

CDTT. LT. COL.

BERNARDO, S. S. L.

CORPS S-4/LOGISTICS AND SUPPLIES OFFICER

 

SPECIAL STAFF

CDTT. LT. COL.

CENAL, K. B.

LIAISON OFFICER

CDTT. MAJ.

BASA, A. B. D.

HEADQUARTERS OFFICER

CDT. MAJ.

CONSTANTINO, N. S.

PROVOST MARSHALL

CDTT. CAPT.

PEREDA, J. M. J.

MEDICAL OFFICER

CDTT. CAPT.

RAMOS, S. J. T.

COLOR OFFICER

CDTT. CAPT.

MEIMBAN, J. N.

BAND OFFICER

A-COY

CDT. CAPT.

ROSARIO, B. A.

A-COY COMMANDER

CDT. 1LT

UY, A. K.

A-COY EX-O

CDT. 1LT

BASCO, L. M. L. G.

A-COY 1ST PLTN LDR

CDT. 1LT

AZARCON, A. N.

A-COY 2ND PLTN LDR

CDT. 1LT

IBERA, M. G.

A-COY 3RD PLTN LDR

B-COY

CDTT. CAPT.

VALERIANO, T.

B-COY COMMANDER

CDTT. 1LT

GALVEZ, A. F.

B-COY EX-O

CDTT. 1LT

AHORRO, K. Y.

B-COY 1ST PLTN LDR

CDTT. 1LT

FALCESO, C. R.

B-COY 2ND PLTN LDR

CDTT. 1LT

SANTOS, A. K.

B-COY 3RD PLTN LDR

C-COY

CDT. CAPT.

OREVILLO, R. JR.

C-COY COMMANDER

CDT. 1LT

QUILANG, L.

C-COY EX-O

CDT. 1LT

CASTRO, G. Y.

C-COY 1ST PLTN LDR

CDT. 1LT

ASISTIN, A. J.

C-COY 2ND PLTN LDR

CDT. 1LT

SANTIAGO, C. J.

C-COY 3RD PLTN LDR

D-COY

CDTT. CAPT.

YUMANG, A. J.

D-COY COMMANDER

CDTT. 1LT

SERRANO, E. N. T.

D-COY EX-O

CDTT. 1LT

SIMBULAN, E.

D-COY 1ST PLTN LDR

CDTT. 1LT

BARRIOS, P. J.

D-COY 2ND PLTN LDR

CDTT. 1LT

DE LEON, J.

D-COY 3RD PLTN LDR

OBJECTIVES OF A C. A. T. OFFICER

  1. TO ENHANCE THE STUDENT’S SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR COMMUNITIES.
  2. DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO UPHOLD THE LAW AND ORDER AS THEY ASSUME ACTIVE PARTICIPATIONS IN COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES.
  3. READINESS IN ASSISTING MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY ESPECIALLY IN TIMES OF EMERGENCY.

 

CORPS AND STAFF DUTIES

  1. CORPS COMMANDER
  • Responsible for all battalion activities.
  • Provides guidance and feedback to event staffs and serves as a liaison between Cadets and cadre as required.
  • Creates suspense dates to accomplish Battalion missions and enforce standards.

 

  1. EXECUTIVE OFFICER
  • Second in command; assumes command and commander responsibilities in the Corps Commander’s absence.
  • Serves as the leader of event staffs to plan and conduct battalion training.
  • Insures staff suspense dates are met and remains knowledgeable of the current status of staff actions.

 

  1. PERSONNEL OFFICER (S-1)
  • Provides administrative support for the battalion.
  • Prepares and maintains unit strength reports, rosters and records.
  • Receives operational control of any special project committees as directed by the commander.

 

  1. INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (S-2)
  • Supervises battalion physical security.
  • Serves on event staff for planning and conducting battalion training events.
  • Responsible for all Cadet recruiting on the campus.

 

  1. OPERATION, TRAINING, AND PLANNING OFFICER (S-3)
  • Plans, Organizes and supervises the conduct of all Cadet training.
  • Prepares Operations Orders, training schedules and memoranda to facilitate battalion training and operations.
  • Serves on event staff for planning and conducting battalion training events.

 

  1. LOGISTICS AND SUPPLIES OFFICER (S-4)
  • Coordinates for, receives, distributes and controls supplies and equipment for training.
  • Conducts inventories and maintains a continuous working knowledge of on hand supplies and equipment within the battalion.
  • Primary Staff Officer responsible for coordinating the logistics integration of supply, maintenance, transportation and services for the battalion.

 

SPECIAL STAFF DUTIES

  1. LIAISON OFFICER
  • Acts as a contact point for all personnel.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned by the battalion commander.
  • Advises the Corps Commander on planning, coordinating and supervising activities of the battalion.

 

  1. HEADQUARTERS OFFICER
  • In command of cadets/cadettes with casualties during battalion.
  • In control of Headquarters.

 

  1. PROVOST MARSHALL
  • In charge of persons confined for any offence, to preserve good order and discipline, and to prevent breaches of the same by persons subject to this Act.
  • The head of Military Police.
  • In charge on execution and punishment and charge of discipline.

 

  1. MEDICAL OFFICER
  • In charge in cadets/cadettes with basic knowledge in first aid in case of emergency during battalion formation.

 

  1. COLOUR OFFICER
  • Supervising Military Police (MP) for the entrance of colours in formal ceremonies.
  • Renders honors when the national anthem is played or sung, when passing in review during a parade, or in certain other circumstances.

 

  1. BAND OFFICER
  • Helps maintain discipline in the band room and on the field.
  • Verifies that his/her cadets/cadettes are meeting their responsibilities.

 

 

COMPANY

  1. COMPANY COMMANDER
  • Responsible for all company level activities.
  • Supervises, provides guidance to and directs the company staff and platoon leaders in insuring all activities and training are planned, coordinated and executed efficiently.
  • Sets the standard and direction of the company

 

  1. COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER
  • Second in command; assumes command and commander responsibilities in the Cadet Company Commander’s absence.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned by the company Commander.
  • Responsible for the safety and risk assessment of all company events.

 

  1. PLATOON LEADER
  • Responsible for all platoon activities.
  • Insures Cadet Compliance with policies and procedures of the program.
  • Responsible for the training and personal development of the platoon members.

 

Why should we take CAT?

  • IT IS OUR DUTY – “The State recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.” (1987 Constitution Article II, Sec. 13) to prioritize and take part on roles that is detrimental to the organization.
  • IT IS OUR OBLIGATION – “the preservation of the state is the obligation of every citizen” (National Defense Act Article 1, Sec. 2) to implement good governance and to uphold the name of CAT-1 as an organization.

Can any Junior Highschool student be exempted to C.A.T.?

  • This training is a requirement for graduation in Highschool.

How is the performance of the student in the C.A.T. rated?

  • Student performance in C.A.T. is rated either PASSED or FAILED

 

SLTP Recruitment

Recruitment for Student Leadership Training Program (SLTP) will start on Nov. 6, 2017.

 

Cenal, K.B (2017 , November 02) Citizenship Advancement Training (C.A.T.) What is Citizenship Advancement Training?

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