February AMO Seminar Schedule (2014)

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PCAB has announced the February AMO Seminar Schedule (2014). Two AMO seminars are slated for February 2014. The first on February 7-8, 2014 hosted by the National Constructors Association of the Philippines (NACAP) held in Bacalod City. The second on February 24-25, 2014 hosted by Davao Contractors Association Center (DCACI) held in Davao City. The details (including the NACAP and DCACI contact details) are included in the PCA Metro Calendar at http://pcametro.ph/calendar/.

The venue details of the February AMO seminars are not known at present other than that it is to be held in Bacolod and Davao respectively. NACAP and DCACI must be contacted directly for more information and their further particulars, including contact details, are contained in the PCA Metro Calendar. The calendar is accessible by clicking on the Calendar links on the PCA Metro homepage or via the menus. The direct link is http://pcametro.ph/calendar/. Please contact the hosting organization direct as PCA Metro has no further details.

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  1. Gerardo A. Tanasas Jr. says

    Do we have schedule of AMO seminar by January & February 2015 in Cagayan de Oro, Davao City or Cebu City

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