Bohol Parole Office demystified on e-extension

Dr. Merrian Piquero Soliva, ATI-7's e-extension Coordinator demystified the personnel of Bohol's Parole and Probation

With e-extension’s maxim that is “any place and any pace,” the Information Services Section of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center 7 in Central Visayas has been invited to provide briefing on the services of the electronic extension among key personnel of the Department of Justice’s Parole and Probation Administration –Bohol Province Parole and Probation Office No. 1 located at Hall of Justice, New Capitol Site, Tagbilaran City last May 29, 2017.

The objective of this invitation is to help the personnel as well as their clients’ need in terms of continuous learning and skills enhancement.

Dr. Merrian Piquero Soliva, e-Extension Coordinator of ATI-RTC 7 heeded the invitation requested by Mr. Raquelito G. Rollan, Chief Probation and Parole Officer.

Many queries were asked relative to extension services during the briefing and through the said activity, they are demystified and appreciated government’s effort of maximizing the use of Information, Communication and Technology to attain a modernized agriculture and fisheries sector and the focus of creating an electronic and interactive bridge where farmers, fishers, and other stakeholders meet and transact to enhance productivity, profitability and global competitiveness.

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