I thank you lord for the knowledge and courage you vested in me and to all IECEP-KSA-CRC Board of Directors, Officers and fellow members for being there always to assist, help, and guide us on how to pass the board exam. Especially to the ECT committee who conducted a free review which …View full post
In joining IECEP-KSA-CRC, my advocacy is to help non-licensed Electronics practitioners in preparing for the board examination and it is starting to bear fruits. The organization also played a great role that I was able to pass the PECE Board Examination and for that I am grateful. I can really testify that IECEP-KSA-CRC is a …View full post
I agree with brad Ryan, no matter how big you prepare for the board exam, it is how you appreciate and acknowledge the presence of GOD. Without Him, we can do nothing. When I took the exam, I bestow to GOD all my anxiety, pressure and doubt and I am willing to accept whatever the …View full post
Passing the Professional Electronics Engineering licensure (PECE) is a major milestones in my career development and it will not be possible without the help of our dear friends, colleagues, and family in the ECE profession. In deed, IECEP-KSA-CRC became one of my motivators, mentors, and inspiration. Becoming a PECE is not an easy task but joining hands with …View full post
I really highly appreciate what the group has done to me and to my career.Being a PECE has given me the competitive edge. To me, this separates the boys from men. So we have done it, I believe you can do it, too. I may sound too proverbial but I guess this one applies: …View full post
For the second try, fortunately, I passed the November 2010 SPLBE ECE licensure exam. Here are my tips to all EcE examinees: 1. PREPARE and DISCIPLINE YOURSELF, and have TIME MANAGEMENT (study hard). 2. BE RESOURCEFUL (use all your references, read and absorb it). 3. HAVE SELF – CONFIDENCE (you can do it) and lastly, …View full post
Passing the board exam is not an easy task, it all depends on how you prepared for it, but if you have faith in God and determination for sure you will be successful. When I passed the board exam it changes everything, I became more responsible having the notion that I have to protect this …View full post
I highly recommend IECEP-KSA-CRC because of its tireless commitment of helping members to professionally develop their skills and knowledge, foster camaraderie among members and officers, and helping your dreams of becoming registered ECT,ECE and PECE. What more can I say…I’m now a registered PECE thru IECEP-KSA-CRC. – Engr. RENE RONQUILLO Sept. 2011 PECE …View full post
I have achieved my Professional Electronics Engineer (PECE) with the help of the organization of IECEP KSA CRC. The officers of IECEP KSA Riyadh has been pursuing to help fellow licensed electronics engineer to upgrade its profession to professional electronics engineer. Initially I was not aware of the PECE, it was thru joining this organization that I became …View full post
Passing the board exam entails lot of sacrifices, you need to focus on your goal. When I passed the board exam, it added confidence in me that I have to be an Engineer in its real sense, above all my strength and my knowledge comes from God so pray fervently. – Engr. Sonnico …View full post
I felt honored and proud. Best Practice & Experience are essential in reaching this goal and with the professional help of IECEP-KSA-CRC officers, all effort turned into a great success.” My word of thanks to IECEP family, Board of Electronics Engineering & PRC. – Engr. Nesito L. Onde Sept. 2011 PECE Board Passers, PECE Reg. No. …View full post
“ “My viewpoint is to help and assist some electronic practitioners aspiring to pass the board exam likewise.The IECEP Organization had helped me and brought me in this level of professionalism.It is a complete success for me.My sincere gratitude to the Organization will be forever. Let us continue supporting the organization for it brings good …View full post
As I may recall, when I am reviewing for the board exams, one thing that has always been kept on my mind, that is to continue doing my best no matter what the outcome would be. In relevance to this, the highlight of the board exams is not only passing it but on …View full post
PRC Chairperson Hon. Teresita R. Manzala Graced the IECEP-KSA-CRC First Technical Seminar for Year 2014
IECEP-KSA-CRC held its first Technical Seminar for year 2014 at Seteen Palace Hotel on 31st of January 2014 from 1300H to 1800H with an attendance of 50 participants. PRC Chairperson Hon. Teresita R. Manzala also graced the occasion together with her team from the Board of Agricultural Engineering and Board of United Architecture of the Philippines.
The topics of this seminar event were “Sales Engineering” which was presented by Engr. Nelson Navarro and “Occupational Safety and Health” presented by Engr. Emmanuel Yumul.
As an essential part of the seminar there was a brief RA9292 presentation by Engr. Jandee Bonifacio, which is being integrated in all seminar events.
The Sales Engineering Topic was very informative as it tackles on automation and security.
PRC Chairperson Hon. Teresita R. Manzala delivered an inspirational message and challenged each Electronics Engineer in Saudi Arabia to continue their professional development and upgrade their qualifications and competencies. She gave enlightenment on ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework. With her are Engr. Ariodear C. Rico – member of Board of Agricultural Engineering and Arch Yolanda D. Reyes – member of Board of Architecture. Also present and very supportive in this IECEP event accompanying the PRC delegation is Labor Attaché Rustico Dela Fuente.
For the Occupational Health and Safety Seminar, the PRC Chairperson in partial also shared her experiences and background as a Safety Practitioner proving that such topic is essential to any engineering field and the chosen topic was inclined with the industry demand. The seminar was concluded by 1745H. Then it was followed by the awarding of the Certificates both to the presenters and the participants.
Electronics Engineers of the Philippines, Inc in KSA Central Region Chapter (IECEP-KSA-CRC) held its 3rd Annual General Membership (AGM) on December 13, 2013 at White Palace Hotel, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The event was attended by around 50 active members and dignitaries from the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO). The theme of the event is “Transforming into Competitive Electronics Professionals.”
On the same day, there was an election for the 2014 term. During the registration period from 12 pm to 1 pm, each active member was given a ballot to vote. Before the start of the election at 1 pm, each candidate had been given enough time to introduce himself to the members. Most of the candidates were present. A total of 15 candidates were presented and their certificates of candidacies were posted on the wall. The election began on time, and every member cast his secret ballot. Then counting of votes was initiated where the process and result was being witnessed by all members. The program continued after the counting of ballots with technical seminars and then was followed by induction program proper at 6 pm.
The newly elected Board of Directors and officers from 11 out of 15 candidates are:
Engr. Modesto Gibas – President
Engr. Perry Camson- VP for Internal Affairs
Engr. Jonathan Tiston – VP for External Affairs
Engr. Emmanuel Yumul – VP for Education
Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo – Sec Gen
Engr. Lester De Guzman – Treasurer
Engr. Ian Geneta – Auditor
Engr. Nelson Navarro – Director
Engr. Dante Silao – Director
Engr. Rito Banan – Director
Engr. Jandee R. Bonifacio – Director
The program continued and followed by the discussion of RA 9292, “Electronics Engineering Law of 2004” and Building Management System which had been conducted by Engr. Jandee R. Bonifacio and Engr. Saijuhan Mustaham, respectively. Every member benefited much information from the topics. Such inquiries had been entertained by both resource speakers. Phase I of the program had ended effectively with some suggestions for further discussion of the latter due to its vast application.
The second part of the program is the president report and the induction proper. Engr. Moody Gibas presented the milestone achieved by the organization during his term including the IECEP-KSA-CRC as IECEP Foreign Chapter Awardee. The induction part was led by Honorable Rustico SM Dela Fuente, Labor Attaché, POLO-Riyadh, KSA. He provided his welcome speech and shared his views and experiences about managing a community organization and he also congratulated IECEP-KSA-CRC on its event during the induction ceremony. The first induction is for the new set of officers and the second induction is for the new members.
Congratulations Oct. 2012 ECT Board Passers
1. Juan J. Aron,ECT
2. Jerry S. Corpuz,ECT
3. Leo C. Luga,ECT
4. Samuel R. Rivadeniera,ECT
5. Edwin R. Rosell,ECT
6. James Arden I. Sua-An,ECT
Congratulations Oct. 2012 ECE Board Passer
1. Engr.Paul James N. Porlas
Congratulations Dec. 2011 ECE Board Passer
1. Engr. Lester G. De Guzman
Congratulations Oct. 2011 PECE Board Passer
1. Engr. Constantino V. Acance Jr.
Congratulations Sept. 2011 PECE Board Passers
1. Engr. Genard B. Aller
2. Engr. Romy T. Beltran
3. Engr. Jandee R. Bonifacio
4. Engr. Frederick C. Calmona
5. Engr. Anthony A. Castrojo
6. Engr. Modesto N. Gibas
7. Engr. Enrico L. Manalo
8. Engr. Glenn M. Oberes
9. Engr. Oscar F. Oliva
10. Engr. Nesito R. Onde
11. Engr. Leopoldo E. Panganiban II
12. Engr. Jose Agni C. Red
13. Engr. Rene D. Ronquillo
14. Engr. Jonathan M. Tiston
Congratulations Nov. 2010 ECE Board Passers
1. Engr. Walter Arcenal
2. Engr. Perry Camson
3. Engr. Sonnico Elsisura
4. Engr. Ryan Paul Panilo
5. Engr. Jonathan Aguilar
IECEP-KSA-CRC Basketball Team 2010
April 14, 2010