DPWH R3 concludes Peer-to-Peer Training for multimedia content creators

DPWH Region 3 Office Human Resource and Administrative Division (HRAD) OIC-Chief Atty. Aikko Kris Mallari-Argel and Public Information Officer Prince Kenneth Irabon together with partcipants in the recently Peer-to-Peer training workshop for multimedia content creators held on June 25-27, 2024.
A Peer-to-Peer training workshop for Multimedia Content Creators in Region III was conducted by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) – Regional Public Affairs and Information Office (RPAIO) from June 25-27, 2024.
Over the course of the three-day training, participants from 16 District Engineering Offices (DEOs) engaged in collaborative learning and discussions on content creation.
Resource speakers from both DEOs and the Regional Office, including Mark Billy Malabanan, John Paul Coderes, Jhozel Lejarde, John Paul Dizon, Rommel Puno, Prince Kenneth Irabon, John Paul Lumba, Christian Manansala, Albert Jonah Medina, and Krizzller Maui Santiago, covered various topics in photo and video editing throughout the session.
According to Irabon, this seminar serves as a stepping stone to enhance the capabilities of content creators in the district offices to develop and produce content across different formats.
“Through this seminar, we aimed to equip our content creators with the skills and insights necessary to innovate our communication strategies and effectively reach our stakeholders,” Irabon said.
Meanwhile, in her message, Human Resource and Administrative Division (HRAD) OIC-Chief Atty. Aikko Kris Mallari-Argel highlighted the crucial role of information officers in delivering accurate, relevant, credible, and timely information to the public.
“Empowering our information officers with the essential skills and knowledge they need is very important to fulfill their duties as communicators. With this training, they will be capable of disseminating information and producing content for the public more effectively,” Mallari-Argel emphasized.
Furthermore, top-performing District Public Affairs and Information Units were recognized in the 1st Quarter Public Information and Communications Excellence (PICE) Awards.
The training concluded with attendees presenting their photo and video outputs, which were critiqued by the resource persons, followed by the awarding of certificates of participation.