Welcome to PCAPI R4A’s

Online Training

Join our immersive virtual trainings today!

40-hr Basic Training for PCOs

Register Now – Basic Training for PCOs (September 15-19, 2020)
Register Now – Basic Training for PCOs (October 6-10, 2020)
Register Now – Basic Training for PCOs (October 20-24, 2020)

8-hr Seminar for Managing Heads

Register Now – 8hr Seminar for Managing Heads (Sept 29, 2020)
Register Now – 8hr Seminar for Managing Heads (Oct 30, 2020)

Virtual Training for PCOs & Managers

The same powerful and interactive training from your trusted EMB-Accredited Training Institution all  at the safety of your home.

Share And Collaborate

Ask questions, Join Discussions & Interact with your fellow trainees and Speakers.

Schedule of Trainings

Want to know when the next training course will be? Check the current schedules and register today!

Basic Training for PCO

  • September 15-19, 2020
  • Php 7875.00 (Non-Member)
  • Php 7500.00 (Member)

Basic Training for PCO

  • October 6-10, 2020
  • Php 7875.00 (Non-Member)
  • Php 7500.00 (Member)

Basic Training for PCO

  • October 20-24, 2020
  • Php 7875.00 (Non-Member)
  • Php 7500.00 (Member)

8-hr Seminar for Managing Heads

  • September 29, 2020
  • Php 2625.00 (Non-Member)
  • Php 2500.00 (Member)

8-hr Seminar for Managing Heads

  • October 30, 2020
  • Php 2625.00 (Non-Member)
  • Php 2500.00 (Member)

Basic Training for PCOs

This course offering is in line with the 40-hour training requirement for the Pollution Control Officer Accreditation of designated PCOs, as stipulated in the DENR Administrative Order (DAO) 2014-02 (Revised PCO Accreditation Guidelines).

Training for Managing Heads

This training aims to impart to participating Managing Heads of PCOs to Comply with the training requirement of DENR-DAO 2014-02 for Managing Heads and
Understand the highlights and salient points of relevant environmental regulations

Advanced Training

Coming Soon

About PCAPI R4A Virtual Online Training

In this global pandemic, PCAPI Region 4A Chapter is in full support to the world’s campaign of a “new normal” with virtual connection and reduced direct contact. Businesses worldwide are affected but still saddled with the challenge and requirement to comply with environmental laws. To help the businesses in our country cope up with their environmental compliance, PCAPI R4A is now transitioning from its traditional pen and paper trainings and seminar to its brand new and upgraded virtual trainings.

Powered by Microsoft Teams

Fully Interactive

Exercises, Polls & Quizzes

Participate & Learn Together

Frequently Asked Questions, Things to Remember


4 tips on how to make your at-home or at-work training space conducive to learning:

Setting up a conducive work space

1. Pick a quiet space to conduct the training sessions. Make sure that it will be free from distractions. Whether you will have the training at the comfort of your home or in your workplace, it’s best to inform your family, loved ones, and/or colleagues that you are conferencing to eliminate noise and interruptions. We also suggest that you turn off cell phones, TVs, and other unnecessary gadgets. Before entering the online training, exit other applications on your computer.

2. It is your responsibility to secure a stable internet connection. If you are with your family, you can try to properly schedule with them so you eliminate any connection struggles.

3. Video Quality – Make sure your camera is steady and properly focused. Setting your computer or phone set on a flat and stable surface would help prevent unnecessary movements and maintain the correct focus. The ideal area of focus would be from your head down to your bust or to your waist. Anything closer or farther than that is deemed inappropriate.

4. Avoid background noises by putting your microphone on mute during sessions. You may turn it back on during discussions or whenever you need to raise a question.

About Us

PCAPI Region IV-A Chapter is an association of Pollution Control Officers organized in 1997 whose vision is “to be the leading association of Pollution Control Officers (PCOs) and environmental practitioners and be an internationally-recognized training institution, empowering its stakeholders in the protection of the environment.”

The Association serves its members by promoting environmental responsibility through training modules for Pollution Control Officers (PCOs) and members from basic to advance training; developing technical expertise, management skills, familiarity with all sides of environmental issues and networking to other environmental expertise.

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