ASEAN Engineers Register
The confederation of ASEAN’s national engineers associations confers the title of ASEAN Engineer to individuals who pass all the requirements of the confederation including many years of successful engineering practice
Association of Marketing Educators of the Philippines (AME)
The Philippine Marketing Association (PMA) is the oldest existing Marketing association in the country. The long road of marketing achievements started in 1954. Alongside its long-term goal to promote marketing as a noble profession is the objective of providing government and the business community high-level guidance on issues related to the Marketing discipline.
Association of Certified Public Accountant Educators (ACPAE)
It represents accountancy educators. The ACPAE supports the annual Accounting Teachers’ Conference. These conferences began in 1993 and provide an opportunity for accounting teachers to share experiences and examine educational issues.
Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing (ADPCN)
It is a non-stock, non-profit organization with the Deans of different Colleges of Nursing as members. As an association, it envisioned itself as innovative, competent and empowered in leading institutions achieve excellence in nursing education for national and global development.
Its mission is to develop transformational leadership and strengthen management competence among deans and faculty; to advocate faithful adherence to the ethico-legal-moral standards of the nursing profession and to the ADPCN Code of Ethics; provide services through continuos improvements in the nursing curriculum, instructional strategies, research capabilities; and to create conductive cultural and collegial relationships among deans, faculty and students
Association of Southeast Asian Institution of Higher Learning (ASAIHL)
It is a non-governmental organization which assists member institutions to strengthen themselves through mutual self-help and to achieve international distinction in teaching, research and public service. In so doing, the institutions contribute strength to their respective nations and to the entire region. Specifically, the Association exists to foster the development of the institutions themselves, the cultivation of a sense of regional identity and interdependence and liaison with other regional and international organizations concerned with research and teaching.
Bulacan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI)
This is an affiliate of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), and is the recognized leading organization that represents the business and employer sectors in the Province of Bulacan. There are about 200 member companies/organizations comprising the Chamber. The Chamber holds office at the Hiyas ng Bulacan, Provincial Capitol Compound, Malolos, Bulacan.
Bulacan Private Schools Association (BULPRISA)
The Bulacan Private Schools Association, popularly known as the BULPRISA is an association of private schools in Bulacan which spearheads competitions both for academic and non-academic events. The association aims to develop the students holistically.
Bulacan Provincial Technical Education and Skills Development Committee (PTESDC)
This is the committee that among others, orchestrates and steers all skills development activities towards meeting the economic development goals in the province; identifies TVET priority areas based on the needs of the Province of Bulacan; provides policy recommendations to the TESDA Board and other appropriate bodies; and reviews and approves the TVET Skills and Investment Priorities of the province.
Council of Hotel and Restaurant Education of the Philippines (COHREP)
It is an organization of educators, trainers and industry practitioners which affirms its commitment to provide leadership toward the attainment of excellence through united efforts for the development of its members. It envisions itself as the prime mover of excellence in hospitality education thorough the general advancement of teaching, learning, research and human resource development in the hospitality industry.
Central Luzon Industry and Energy Research and Development Consortium (CLIERDEC)
It is composed of state colleges and universities in Region 3 and other concerned agencies in the area which was established to address research and development (R&D) needs of the industry and energy sectors in the region.
Central Luzon Library Association (CLLA)
This is a regional association of libraries and librarians in Central Luzon. These libraries are located in the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Tarlac, Zambales, Aurora, etc. It aims to provide a forum for all librarians in academic, school, public, and special libraries for the development of library and information services and the promotion of professional library education in the region. The office is based in Baliuag University, Baliuag, Bulacan.
Coordinating Council of Private Educational Association (COCOPEA)
This organization strengthens teaching competencies at the basic and tertiary education levels and has been equipping teachers with subject matter expertise, the ability to understand, motivate and inspire learners. It also provides solid knowledge of the varying contexts of the teaching-learning processes.
Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP)
The Integrated Bar of the Philippines (the “IBP”) is the official organization of all Philippine lawyers whose names appear in the Roll of Attorneys of the Supreme Court.
Institute of Electronics and Communication Engineers of the Philippines (IECEP)
A professional organization for Licensed Electronics and Communications Engineers of the Philippines. An organization which gives/disseminates of information, memoranda, academic concerns, researches and other related issues to ECE profession through meetings, conventions, and congresses.
International Association of University Presidents (IUAP)
This is an association of university chief executives from higher education institutions around the world. The primary purpose is to strengthen the international mission and quality of education of these institutions in an increasingly interdependent world, and to promote global awareness and competence as well as peace and international understanding through education.
People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP)
The People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) is a strictly professional, non-stock, not-for-profit organization of over 1,800 member companies and individual management executives engaged or interested in human resource management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR) work.
PICPA – Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants
PICPA is the globally-recognized and integrated national organization of Filipino CPAs in all sectors. Its mission is to enhance the integrity of the accountancy profession, serve the best interest of its members and other stakeholders, and contribute to the attainment of the country's national objectives.
Philippine Association for Graduate Education Inc. (PAGE)
Its mission as being the national organization has concerned itself with achieving quality graduate education. The Philippine Association for Graduate Education (PAGE) continue to assist in the task of enhancing the quality of Filipino professionals and leaders as active participants in the attainment of national and international goals for sustained human development.
Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE)
The Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE) is an organization of teacher educators. PAFTE has carried on its mission of securing the professional development of educators in the country. Its hope is the further development of competencies of the teachers that will bring forth standards of teaching and learning.
Philippine Association of Academic and Research Libraries(PAARL)
This is a national association of professional librarians working in college, university and research libraries in the country. It aims to connect all the libraries and professional librarians via electronic means through wide area network known as PAARLNET.
Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU)
It is a socially responsible organization which strengthens its members’ capabilities, strives for their international recognition and advocates relevant and effective education policies.
Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)
It is an accrediting agency that has been active in the efforts toward the formulation of comparable standards, policies and practices of maintaining quality education.
Philippines Association of Teachers of Library and Information Science (PATLS)
This is a national association of teachers of Library and Information Science all over the country. It aims to improve and globalize the library and information science education in the Philippines. It also serves as a forum for all library educators who handle the instruction of LIS subjects in the Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS) and the Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) in both private and state-owned colleges and universities. The office is located in Rm. 301, The National Library, Manila.
Philippine Association of Technological Association Incorporation (PATE)
This is an organization of institutions in technology education specifically Engineering schools in the Philippines with its Dean or Head as school’s representative in the Association. It serves as a linkage to every member of the association for the improvement of teaching strategies, research, and development of technology courses in the country. It also promotes the discussion of issues related to the association and technology education in the Philippines through conventions and meetings.
Philippine Institute of Chemical Engineers (PIChE)
This is the national organization of the chemical engineers in the Philippines. In PIChE, developments in sustainable development, climate change, environmental protection and environmental management, among others, are discussed.
Philippine Society of Information and Technology Educators (PSITE)
An organization of IT and CS instructors. It gives the IT professionals updates on new technologies, inventions, academic concerns, researches, and issues related to IT. It promotes IT awareness and learning among IT students through student’s conventions and congresses.
Physics Society of the Philippines (PSP)
An association of teachers teaching physics in the Philippines. It updates the Physics educators with regards researches, teaching strategies, and other issues and concerns related to Physics and Physics teaching.
Private Education Retirement Annuity Association (PERAA)
PERAA is the largest non-profit multi-employer retirement plan provider exclusive to private education in the Philippines. A highly motivated and competent Board of Trustees representing members at large, members administers it from various regions as well as members from the main associations in private education.
Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE)
It is an international organization that brings together the talents of business students, university educators and industry leaders through projects that improve the lives of deserving people worldwide. By contributing their skills, knowledge and passion – SIFE participants prove that business can be a force for positive change.