PEAC is pleased to announce that the CPD Council for Professional Teachers of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) has approved its renewal as CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Provider.

For inquiries on accreditation of training programs for teachers and school administrators wherein licensed professional teachers can earn CPD credit units, please contact the Training and Development Unit at:

[email protected]

In-Service Training (INSET) for K-6 Teachers

PEAC is pleased to announce the implementation of its first ever In-Service Training (INSET) for K-6 Teachers.
The INSET for K-6 Teachers is a professional development program developed and designed by PEAC that aims to provide support to private elementary schools in the implementation of the MATATAG Curriculum of the Department of Education.
This two-day program shall focus on Coaching Private Elementary School Teachers in the Implementation of the MATATAG Curriculum and is designed with three clusters namely:
– Kindergarten
– Grades 1-3
– Grades 4-6
PEAC will conduct in person the 2024 INSET for K-6 Teachers in 15 venues nationwide. The registration fee is Php 2,100 per participant.
Registration starts on April 4, 2024 at
For inquiries, you may send an email to the Training and Development Unit at [email protected]


PEAC and NUS Batch 3 of Data Science Analytics: From Data to Insights

PEAC is in partnership with the National University of Singapore (NUS) for the third batch of the executive program on Data Science Analytics: From Data to Insights.  This executive program was held in-person last April 15-17, 2024 at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Bukit Timah Campus, NUS. 

The program aims to equip school leaders with knowledge to deal with big data as they navigate findings and insights from statisticians. Through the course, participants will have an overview of data analytics, concepts, and a deeper understanding of data applications including those relevant to the education sector. 

For inquiries, you may contact the Training and Development Unit at [email protected] or 0917.599.1103. 


PEAC-Marshall Cavendish Leadership Academy 

It’s a wrap for the PEAC-Marshall Cavendish Leadership Academy!
Marking the culmination of this educational leadership program with its third and final run held in Baguio City on the 28th-29th of February this year, the program was attended by over two hundred participants hailing from various schools across the country.
Mrs. Belinda Charles, the esteemed Dean of Principals Academy based in Singapore, led the training sessions with focus on The Curriculum Leader, The Transformational Leader, and The Network Leader. The two-day program paved the way for a wide array of insights and strategies on effective school management.
Additionally, the program was honored by the presence of Mr. Joseph Loy, the manager of Principals Academy Inc. and Ms Doris Ferrer, the Executive Director of PEAC, who gave some updates on the programs, activities, and advocacies of the organization.
Indeed, the event was a significant gathering for school leaders and educators, as they were immersed in a collaborative environment with the vision of ensuring the quality of private schools in the country.

PEAC-Marshall Cavendish Education Training Program on Numeracy Development in Early Childhood

PEAC and Marshall Cavendish Education (MCE) have recently wrapped up the third and final run of the Numeracy Development in Early Childhood workshop in Cebu City, which took place on February 1-2, 2024.
The workshop, expertly led by Mr. Brandon Oh, a distinguished educator from Singapore, proved to be a valuable experience. Mr. Oh, a published author, trainer, and education consultant specializing in Mathematics and Science, generously shared his expertise with over a hundred participants from various regions of the country.
The workshops were thoughtfully crafted to equip educators with engaging and innovative approaches to enhance numeracy skills in young learners. The program comprised two essential components: “Effective Teaching Strategies and Pedagogies in Numeracy Development” and “Progress Tracking in Numeracy Development.” Attendees were empowered with a newfound inspiration and practical tools to make a positive impact on early childhood education.


For inquiries, concerns and clarifications:

Training and Development Unit Contact Details:
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: 02.8570.PEAC (02.8570.7322) loc. 161 and 162
Mobile:  0917.599.1103

Contributed by the PEAC Training and Development Unit (PEAC-TDU)