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SUNDAY | MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY | SATURDAY |
SCHEDULE OF TRAINING FEBRUARY | 1 | 2TRAININGTarget Trainers: * 4th Year SC * Core Students * Previous Student Council OfficersAgenda: * Problem Identification and Clustering | 3Date of Slate Team BuildingTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Previous Student Council * 4th Year SCAgenda: * Solution Identification | 4TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Thrust Making | 5TRAININGTarget Trainers: * 4th Year SCAgenda: * Thrust Making * Platform Making | 6TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Platform Making * Thrust Making | 7 REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 8REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 9REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 10REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 11REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 12REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 13REST DAYMIDTERM BREAK | 14UNSURE DATEPARAPHERNALIAAgenda: * Video Shoot * PhotoshootTRAININGAgenda: * Finalization of Thrust and Platforms | 15TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Presentation of Thrust and Platforms * Speech Formation | 16TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Speech Formation | 17TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Speech Formation | 18TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Speech Formation | 19TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Speech Formation | 20TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Kuya Karlo * Kuya Bok * Ate Mitch * Kuya KevinAgenda: * Debate Training * Finalization and Presentation of Speeches | 21UNSURE DATEPARAPHERNALIAAgenda: * Video Shoot * Photoshoot | 22TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Kuya Leo * Ate Shey * Kuya Ralph * Kuya Kevin * Kuya Bok * Ate MitchAgenda: * Personality Development * Speech Delivery | 23TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Personality Development * Speech Delivery | 24Possible date of Filing of COCTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Personality Development * Speech Delivery | 25Possible date of Filing of COCTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Personality Development * Speech Delivery | 26Possible date of Filing of COCTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Personality Development * Speech Delivery | 27TRAININGAgenda: * Final Presentation of Room-to-Room Campaign | 28TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Kuya Karlo * Kuya Bok * Ate MitchAgenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 29Possible date of the start of the CampaignTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | | | | | |

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SUNDAY | MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY | SATURDAY | | | 1TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 2 Possible date of Filing of COCPossible date of Isang Tanong, Isang SagotTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 3Possible date of Filing of COCTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 4Possible date of Filing of COCTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 5TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 6TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 7Possible date of the start of the CampaignTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 8TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 9Possible date of Isang Tanong, Isang SagotTRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 10Possible date of Miting de Avance | 11Possible date of General Elections | 12TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 13TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 14TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 15TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 16TRAININGTarget Trainers: * Agenda: * Debate and MDA Training | 17Possible date of Miting de Avance | 18Possible date of General Elections | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | | |…...

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