Five internal auditors from the Department of Education (DepEd) Central Office were among the top 15 of the batch 3 completers of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) capacity-building training on the Revised Philippine Governmental Internal Audit (IA) Manual (RPGIAM).
The training on the RPGIAM aims to build the capabilities of the personnel concerned in the IA units of government agencies to ensure its adoption in the performance of their respective IA functions.
DepEd – Internal Audit Service (IAS) Director IV Leilani Galvez, Buena Wagan (Internal Auditor V), Emilio Agamanos, Jr. (Internal Auditor V), Gary Palumbarit (Internal Auditor IV), and Ruth Garcia (Internal Auditor II) were listed among the top 15 out of 65 participants who obtained the highest overall scores during the training recently.
As former Commission on Audit (COA) Secretary and Treasurer of the Philippines, Secretary Leonor Briones underscored the importance of the said training to the internal auditors of DepEd.
“I applaud Director Galvez and all our internal auditors for this outstanding feat for DepEd and for truly committing to their sworn oath as auditors for the Filipino public.”
“As the largest bureaucracy in the country, DepEd must protect its assets and ensure checks and balances to cultivate public assurance in its services. I applaud Director Galvez and all our internal auditors for this outstanding feat for DepEd and for truly committing to their sworn oath as auditors for the Filipino public,” Briones said.
“Congratulations to all DepEd representatives for their active and excellent participation in the said training. I also thank the DBM for ensuring that government agencies can establish proper internal audits,” the education chief added.
“The overall individual scores of the DepEd-IAS participants, as well as their average overall score of 97.58%, are above the average score of all training participants.”
According to the training evaluation from DBM, the overall individual scores of the DepEd-IAS participants, as well as their average overall score of 97.58%, are above the average score of all training participants, which is 89.17%.
The training evaluation was based on the rubric of assessment and training requirements such as Attendance (25%), Quizzes (25%), Group Exercise (GE) Output (15%), Individual Feedback/Insight (10%), and Post-test result (25%).
It was divided into five modules that were delivered in 10 technical sessions with topics on the National Guidelines on Internal Control Systems (NGICS), Concepts and Principles of IA, Strategic and Annual Work Planning, Overview of the Audit Process, including the Different Types of Audit, and Compliance Audit.
RPGIAM Batch 3 training was composed of representatives from 18 departments, agencies, and corporations.Share this article: