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Today 08:02 PM
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Unfortunately, it doesn’t feel like the system could support this ease of a seo1 cep. There could be 10 aspiring young officers of seo1 cep and yet only 1 opening. Training (or also called loading) without getting a post (assuming good obvious capabilities) after 5 6 years is probably why many aspiring good officers end up disgruntled or leaving service totally. No easy solution to this but making it easy to get seo1 cep definitely is not a useful measure.
CEP is only an indicator of potential. It allows for advancement, but was never designed to guarantee it. To actually advance requires one to compete with others. Yes there is a bit of a progression bottleneck in the Education Service because people tend to stay in positions for longer, and tend to stay in service for longer. But progression bottlenecks are found everywhere in other govt agencies and in the private sector as well. The competitive nature of progression is found everywhere as well.
Today 03:06 PM
Unregistered I may be wrong but when we see such error msg it usually means uploads are being done. Check back soon

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Anyone able to access hrp to see payslip? It keep saying system error message
Today 06:52 AM
Unregistered Anyone able to access hrp to see payslip? It keep saying system error message
Yesterday 06:15 PM
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Why should it be difficult to get a seo1 CEP? If an officer with aspirations is denied even SEO1 CEP, then they will not have any advancement prospects at all. Some teachers are happy with that because their goals are very clear: just to be a happy ordinary teacher all the way. But many teachers also have aspirations, and many teachers can be trained into good leaders if given the right opportunities and a nurturing environment.

The door is only closed on teachers who show, from very early in their career, that they have no potential whatsoever to be trained into a leader. This really only applies to the poorest performers.


Unfortunately, it doesn’t feel like the system could support this ease of a seo1 cep. There could be 10 aspiring young officers of seo1 cep and yet only 1 opening. Training (or also called loading) without getting a post (assuming good obvious capabilities) after 5 6 years is probably why many aspiring good officers end up disgruntled or leaving service totally. No easy solution to this but making it easy to get seo1 cep definitely is not a useful measure.
Yesterday 10:52 AM
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Like mentioned earlier, any young officer demonstrating a desire to climb and he/she showing some abilities will get seo1 cep easily. Feels quite easy to get a seo1 cep.
Why should it be difficult to get a seo1 CEP? If an officer with aspirations is denied even SEO1 CEP, then they will not have any advancement prospects at all. Some teachers are happy with that because their goals are very clear: just to be a happy ordinary teacher all the way. But many teachers also have aspirations, and many teachers can be trained into good leaders if given the right opportunities and a nurturing environment.

The door is only closed on teachers who show, from very early in their career, that they have no potential whatsoever to be trained into a leader. This really only applies to the poorest performers.
09-08-2022 11:44 PM
Unregistered Am wondering how schools go about this process of changing an officer’s cep. Like mentioned earlier, any young officer demonstrating a desire to climb and he/she showing some abilities will get seo1 cep easily. Feels quite easy to get a seo1 cep. What about seo2?
09-08-2022 09:47 AM
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Will nie practicum grades affect the cep then?
Not at all. It doesn't even go into your EPMS form (unless you insist) and it doesn't factor into the discussions by the ranking panel. After a year or so your RO will probably not even remember your practicum grade, if they knew it in the first place.
08-08-2022 11:44 PM
Unregistered no. But initial impression does count. Even if you don't ace your practicum, but you are observed by KPs to demonstrate strong potential to think and perform at a higher level, it will help
08-08-2022 11:31 PM
Unregistered Will nie practicum grades affect the cep then?
08-08-2022 07:00 AM
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How about those with SEO3 or Supecale CEP? Are there teachers like these who are not KPs?
Extremely rare, but I have seen before. PSC scholar after 2nd year of trained teaching, just before going to HQ. CEP is higher than that of a HOD-equivalent.
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