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SEIPI NETWORKING COMMITTEES (NWCs) PLANNING & TEAM BUILDING SESSION SEIPI NETWORKING COMMITTEES (NWCs) PLANNING & TEAM BUILDING SESSION

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS (ASPA) CHAIRPERSON: Jj Cano, HGST VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS (ASPA) CHAIRPERSON: Jj Cano, HGST VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Maxim Mr. Jay Gregorio, Rohm Electronics Ms. Nila Fabellon, EMS Components & Ms. Sharlene Aquino, Advocacy: Information: Mr. Lito Boado, Amkor Networking: Mr. Nato Lao, First Sumiden Mr. Mike Panlaqui, Sunpower Services: Mr. Ronald Hilaria / Mr. Ruel Ardeña, IMI

SEIPI STRATEGIES Training Research & Development Advocacy PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI Professionalization of HR Standards Standard SEIPI STRATEGIES Training Research & Development Advocacy PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI Professionalization of HR Standards Standard HR competency Benefits survey and noncompensation info • Strengthen collaboration with industry partners : DOLE, ECOP, RTWBP • Organize joint projects with other SEIPI-NWCs Information SEIPI’s Run for a Cause 3 Consolidated CSR Program Services MOA with Watson Towers Support from GMs to participate • Regular attendance to government meetings PERSON IN CHARGE Mr. Jay Gregorio (Rohm) & Mr. Ronald Hilaria / Ruel Ardeña (IMI) April 2015 As needed • Share labor updates during GMM Medical Mission TIMING August 2015 Pro-active HR best practices benchmarking Networking Generate consolidated report on benchmark data SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Twice a year Target 5, 000 runners Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. R&D 2. Integrated CSR 3. Strengthen collaboration with industry partners (DOLE, ECOP, RTWBP) Ms. Nila Fabellon, EMS Components & Ms. Sharlene Aquino, Maxim Mr. Nato Lao, First Sumiden Mr. Lito Boado, Amkor Pledge from GMs Mr. Mike Panlaqui, Sunpower Promotion Mr. Ronald Hilaria / Mr. Ruel Ardeña, IMI

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS (ASPA) GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: BI-MONTHLY February 25, 2015 Program ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATORS (ASPA) GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: BI-MONTHLY February 25, 2015 Program Highlights: - Updates on HR Legislative Issues - K 12 and it’s implication on hiring needs - Presentation of ASPA Plans and Programs to its members - Oath taking of officers

ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRONICS AND SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES FOR ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY & PLANT ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRONICS AND SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES FOR ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY & PLANT ENGINEERING (AESSEP) CHAIRPERSON: Mr. Ramil Soriano, Toshiba VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: Mr. Norman Alpuerto, Continental Temic R&D: Mr. Ramir Bayot, Rohm Electronics Advocacy: Ms. Gina Picardal, ON Semi & Ms. Sharon Garcia, Amkor Information: Ms. Jovi Menina, Continental Temic Networking: Ms. Jocelyn Daluraya, Analog Devices, & Mr. Francis Vivas, Samsung Services: Mr. Nilo Rebay, HGST & Ms. Jovi Menina, Continental Temic

SEIPI STRATEGIES Training PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Continuing Education Program for EHS and facilities Practitioners KRI Conduct SEIPI STRATEGIES Training PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Continuing Education Program for EHS and facilities Practitioners KRI Conduct Training for fire Brigade/ Fire Safety Practioner and Radiation Safety Officer, SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Invite speakers Once every quarter Norman Environmental training, Plant engineering for every GMM Research & Development Sharing Best Practices Presentation of best practices at GMM or plant tour at selected member companies Organized event / coordinate with target company Twice a Year Ramir Advocacy Ensure compliance and regulatory updates -DOLE/PEZA Jurisdiction -Clarify LLDA Clearance Fee -Clarify PNP/PDEA permits for hazardous chemicals -Multipartite Monitoring Team follow up to the DENR -Difficulties in customs 1. Support in communication with government agencies. 2. Publish information to SEIPI Members As needed Gina / Sharon

SEIPI STRATEGIES Information Networking PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Government, Public and Private Consultation in EHS and Facilities SEIPI STRATEGIES Information Networking PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Government, Public and Private Consultation in EHS and Facilities Recognition / reward system Peer Safety Assessment KRI Represent AESSEP thru SEIPI/Officers Enhance participation/ attendance of members esp. Facilities group Recognition/ reward system for companies 1 Pilot company/ year Training summit Continuing Education Program for EHS and facilities Practitioners Attendance endorsement TIMING As needed 1 Q Data Collection Once a year Coordination with Once per volunteer year (Nov) companies PERSON IN CHARGE Jo / Francis Nilo / jovi Services SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Conduct Training for fire Brigade/ Fire Safety Practioner and Radiation Safety Officer, Environmental training, Plant engineering for every GMM Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. Power Supply / Demand - ILP 2. Chemical Importation* 3. Permitting Requirement (Electrical & Mechanical) Invite speakers Once every quarter Norman

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI FINANCE EXECUTIVES CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Mayet Pelayo, GF Micro Optics VICE CHAIRPERSON: ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI FINANCE EXECUTIVES CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Mayet Pelayo, GF Micro Optics VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Advocacy: Information: Networking: Services: TWG: Ms. Geraldine Decena, On Semiconductor Mr. Ariel Evangelista, Cypress (Assistant) Mr. Jimil Baclor, NXP Semiconductor Mr. Ariel Tagle, Amkor (Assistant) Mr. Ariel Evangelista, Cypress Ms. Geraldine Decena, On Semiconductor (Assistant) Ms. Lovejoy Agomaa, HGST Mr. Louie Lizano, EMS (Assistant) Ms. Jocelyn Rolley, Texas Instrument Mr. Ariel Tagle, Amkor (Assistant) Mr. Louie Lizano, EMS Ms. Lovejoy Agomaa, HGST (Assistant) Isla Lipana (Consulting Firms)

SEIPI STRATEGIES Training PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE 1. SEIPI STRATEGIES Training PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE 1. CPE Accreditation of Annual Trainings with PRC Date of PRC Approval of CPE Accreditation Form by SEIPI President Apr – Jun 2015 VC Gae Decena Support Services Mar, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec 2015 including Convention Representation during face-toface collaboration with BIR Officials TBD 2. Revival of ALDI *PFED *JFED Research & Development 1. Revive Paperless Reporting Project with BIR 2. Feasibility Study for government subsidy on R&D projects Advocacy 1. Collaborate with PEZA on their Monitoring and Compliance or Audit System improvement No. of Trainings Delivered Position Paper Feasibility Study Position Paper on PEZA Audit System in sync with BIR e. g. prescription period on imposing of penalties for non-compliance Collaboration with concerned gov’t agencies Representation during face-toface collaboration with PEZA Officials VC Jimil Baclor TBD Apr – Sep 2015 VC Ariel Evangelista

Advocacy 2. Revive the appeal of 5% GIT Deductibles with PEZA Help get support Advocacy 2. Revive the appeal of 5% GIT Deductibles with PEZA Help get support from the Member companies CEO/Owners to support data gathering on tax exposure of disallowance of the industry. 3. Appeal to BIR to treat FOREX LOSS as deductible to be consistent with FOREX GAIN as taxable 4. Scrap Sales as part of registered activity subject to 5%– approved by PEZA but not recognized by BIR Information Get database of ASEFEX Members for closer collaboration and updates Information blast among members to stimulate networking and encourage participation Networking 1. Benchmarking of Best Financial Practices within SEIPI Member-Companies Topics for benchmarking: Cost Structure, Fixed Asset Management, ERP System Tax and Legal System Management, Budget Planning, Transfer Pricing & Derivatives and Hedging Letter of Appeal to PEZA Date to complete TBD Representation during face-toface collaboration with PEZA Officials TBD List with contact info of all SEIPI Members Increase number of active members No. of Member. Companies Benchmarked Feb-2015 Ariel Evangelista HGST Lovejoy Agomaa Monthly Support Services and Financial Subsidy as needed Apr, Jun, Sep, Dec – 2015 TI –Jocelyn Rolley

Networking 2. Industry-Academe Collaboration/Linkage on OJT for Finance Services Collaborate with other NWCs on Networking 2. Industry-Academe Collaboration/Linkage on OJT for Finance Services Collaborate with other NWCs on their need of training relating to Finance. Accounting for Non. Accountants for other NWCs CSR Activities (any of the ff. ): *A Day with the Elders *A day with the Orphans *Training with the Academe *Tree Planting Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. Training 2. Networking 3. Advocacy Position Paper in collaboration with ASPA Jan – Mar 2016 No. of trainings delivered Support Services No. of trainings rendered Support Services No. of CSR activities done Support services Apr, Aug, Dec-2015 TBD Oct to Dec 2015 TI –Jocelyn Rolley VC Louie Lizano

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI LOGISTICS MANAGERS CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Ruby Chua, Sonion VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: Mr. ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI LOGISTICS MANAGERS CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Ruby Chua, Sonion VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: Mr. Jerry Soliman, HGST & Mr. Joel Bautista, Continental R&D: Advocacy: Information: Ms. Au Marasigan, Continental Networking: Ms. Ruby Chua, Sonion Ms. Malou Ronquillo, EMS Components Services: Mr. Al Santiago, Fastech

SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Training • Provide trainings/lectures that will SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Training • Provide trainings/lectures that will keep the members abreast of the internal (local) and external (global) changes in trade facilitation - e 2 M system and full implementation, i. e. , marrying of e-IPS with e 2 M (PEZA) - One ASEAN impact to the industry (DTI) a. ASEAN NSW Integration (BOC) - Handling of Dangerous Goods - CAO/CMO Refresher every GMM - Business continuity planning Training venue and admin support Advocacy (Public Policy / Legislative Issues) • Sustain and improve relationship with gov’t agencies such as PEZA and BOC. Involve actively in their policy-making to ensure the interest of SEIPI is always considered. Endorsement by SEIPI and facilitation of requests (i. e. coordination with gov’t agencies TIMING • February PERSON IN CHARGE • PIC • Malou/SEIPI

SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI Information (One Stop Center for Info) • Best practices sharing SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI Information (One Stop Center for Info) • Best practices sharing • Publish on-line the NWC materials to all members including the other NWCs for awareness (Ex, use Box. com w/c is a secure content-sharing website) • Consolidate all information (CMOs, PEZA MOs, EOs, etc. ) and use SEIPI as central repository of such documents. • Maintain a library in SEIPI of all materials gathered from committee meetings, speakers, etc. , for reference of future officers - 100% dissemination of all information as per GMMs held - On-time and 100% availability of info when needed • SEIPI to serve as Data As needed Center and handle dissemina-tion to the members • Mainte- nance and safekeeping of all records, documents, letters, published minutes of meetings, etc. Networking (Best practice sharing, meeting of the minds) • Continue to use PUC as add’l source of information (ex. , EOs, bills) affecting SEIPI • Collaborate with other groups in PUC, EDC and Phil. Export to strengthen position on certain issues - Participation/Attend ance in meetings Endorsement - 100% settlement SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Committee Champion

SEIPI STRATEGIES Service (to members) PROGRAMS/PROJECTS • Extend consultation services to members experiencing logisticsrelated SEIPI STRATEGIES Service (to members) PROGRAMS/PROJECTS • Extend consultation services to members experiencing logisticsrelated difficulties • Provide endorsement of company-related concerns as deemed necessary • Promote Batangas and Subic Ports to members KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Projects consulted # of resolved problems Top 3 Priorities 1. Orientation on full implementation of PEZA e-IPS and BOC e 2 M e-IPS 2. Vice-Chair (Committee on Training for Global Competitiveness) 3. Vice-Chair (Committee on Membership) Endorsement TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PURCHASING MANAGERS CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Daisy Umayam, ON Semiconductor VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI PURCHASING MANAGERS CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Daisy Umayam, ON Semiconductor VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Mr. Rene dela Cruz, Fastech & Sally Hermosilla, Sonion Advocacy: Mr. Ricky Marcelo, Analog Devices & Shirley Deduyo, Cypress Information: Ms. Daisy Umayam, ON Semiconductor Networking: Ms. Emmie Ubara, Maxim Ms. Layla Cawaing, HGST Services: Ms. Nerie Arela, IMI

SEIPI STRATEGIES § Establish framework • Self assessment by member companies § Provide trainings SEIPI STRATEGIES § Establish framework • Self assessment by member companies § Provide trainings based on member’s needs • Sharing of available training resources R&D / Roadmap KEY RESULT INDEX • Align procurement competencies to international standards Training NWC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS §E-learning § Improve procurement efficiency § Adapt new technologies § Encourage localization § Sharing of best practices • Sharing of New procurement tools / systems • Number of commodities shifted to local manufacturing SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING Venue Help tap affiliates / training providers Encourageme nt from CEOs to allow best practices sharing Quarterly Semi Annual PERSON IN CHARGE Emmie U (Maxim) Layla C (HGST) Rene DC (Fastech) Sally H. (Sonion)

SEIPI STRATEGIES Advocacy NWC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS § Promote ethical procurement standards among member SEIPI STRATEGIES Advocacy NWC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS § Promote ethical procurement standards among member companies and suppliers §Encourage participation in CSR activities Information • Establish communication network to alert on issues and common concerns • Easy access to supplier / commodity info Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. Training 2. Research & Development 3. Advocacy KEY RESULT INDEX §Training of Buyers, Suppliers on Ethics / CSR § Update and proliferate ASPM Ethical Standards §Establish broadcast protocols §Online Supplier commodity directory SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING Venue Encourage participation by member companies • Help to update database and yahoo group Quarterly As Needed PERSON IN CHARGE Ricky Marcelo (Analog) Shirley Deduyo (Cypress) Daisy U (Onsemi)

SEIPI STRATEGIES Networking Service NWC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS KEY RESULT INDEX § Quarterly GMM SEIPI STRATEGIES Networking Service NWC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS KEY RESULT INDEX § Quarterly GMM § Regular BOD meeting § Support for PSECE Attendance and TWG • Provide special programs that would be participated by local companies • Group buying • Group VMI • Number of Companies participating in group buying • Special programs introduced SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Venue Encourage member companies to participate TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Quarterly Shirley D (CML) TBA (TI) Annual Nerrie A (IMI) Sally H (Sonion)

ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI I. T. EXECUTIVES The Committee • • • Leonardo Mayor – ASSOCIATION OF SEIPI I. T. EXECUTIVES The Committee • • • Leonardo Mayor – Analog Jona Paguio – HGST Thess B – Alliance Mansols Dennis Bayta – NXP Leonardo Sacamos Jr - Sunpower

Agenda • Re-Launch/Kick-Off event of the New ASITEP – On April 17 ASITEP GMM Agenda • Re-Launch/Kick-Off event of the New ASITEP – On April 17 ASITEP GMM or EARLIER if possible – Formal election of Chairman and Vice-Chairman • Get Members: – Where and How to reach them and get them to participate – Have CEOs point at least 1 -2 person to represent their company in ASITEP • Committee Collaboration – Email as way of communication – Send the updated contact of members and agendas for the forthcoming meetings • Committee Participation in PSECE

ASSET PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS OF SEIPI (APPS) CHAIRPERSON: Mr. Roderick de Guzman, Amkor VICE CHAIRPERSON: ASSET PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS OF SEIPI (APPS) CHAIRPERSON: Mr. Roderick de Guzman, Amkor VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Mr. Norman Alpuerto, Continental Temic Advocacy: Mr. Jesus Aleluya, IMI Information: Mr. Ricky Cadiz, Amkor Networking: Mr. Dustin Dreyfus, HGST Mr. Nanding Perilla, Maxim Services: Mr. Efren Alberto, Moog

SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Training To SEIPI STRATEGIES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Training To provide update and Sending invites to High Tech/Modern Security additional knowledge and members, venue and Quarterly Equipments skills foods Dustin Research & Development Security Innovation Program As Needed Norman Advocacy Security as way of Life in the Heightened Security Organization Awareness Provide Latest Update related to Security Semi-Annual Randy/Jess Information Security Awareness Monthly Erick/Ricky Networking Benchmarking & engagement with Non-SEIPI To learn more best Security Professionals practioces from other (Groups/Individuals/Gov't companies. Agencies) Quarterly Nanding Services Security Assessment Providing Security Bulletins Dissemination of & Updates Information Provide SEIPI Industry Security Standard Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. To increase participation from other member companies 2. Engage NWCs (Security)-APPS 3. Security Trainings of Members (SEIPI Industry Security Standard) Blast email to members to share their best practices Communicate directly to company As Needed GMs/CEOs Efren/All

ASSOCIATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR & ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES(ASEMEP) CHAIRPERSON: NXP Semiconductor VICE ASSOCIATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR & ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES(ASEMEP) CHAIRPERSON: NXP Semiconductor VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Mr. Olsen Bandahala, On Semiconductor Advocacy: Mr. Luke Mendoza, IMI Information: Mr. Gerry Chu, Toshiba Networking: Mr. Jake Pena, Maxim Ms. Rochelly Martinez, TSS Services: Mr. Ray Tag-at, HGST

SEIPI STRATEGIES TRAINING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ADVOCACY INFORMATION NETWORKING SERVICES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS GMM Learning Sessions SEIPI STRATEGIES TRAINING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ADVOCACY INFORMATION NETWORKING SERVICES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS GMM Learning Sessions KRI SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI 2 GMMs (Focusing on Sponsors, Logistics, Quarterly Product Engg, Test Engg and Budget FA/Rel) Invite visiting foreign Source out possible Improvement on ANTS (c/o lecturer for the learning foreign lecturers; SOC) sessions Logistics; Budget Follow through on initiative to have outcome-based Inclusion of SEIPI electives Partnership with Engineering curriculum in new Engineering CHEd (PBED/USAID/CHEd) / SEIPI curriculum elective subjects Enhance SEIPI website to Readiness of SEIPI accommodate NWCs' ASEMEP data should be website to support; important information (e. g. posted by Q 2 2015 Dedicated web technical papers) master Revive "ASEMEP Barkadahan Billiards" ; Organize Billiards in Alabang Sponsors, Logistics, Reach out to inactive and ASEMEP GMM in Cebu Budget members in Cebu Actively participate to SEIPI Align to SEIPI CSR calendar Coordination CSR programs Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. Training 2. Research & development 3. Information TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE Maxim (Jake) ONSemi (Olsen) Q 2 IMI (Luke) Q 2 Toshiba (Gerry) Q 3 TSS (Rochel) HGST (Ray)

COUNCIL FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS AND RELIABILITY (CFAR) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Millete Sermonia, Maxim Integrated VICE COUNCIL FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS AND RELIABILITY (CFAR) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Millete Sermonia, Maxim Integrated VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Ms. Wilma Oblefias, NXP Advocacy: Ms. Flordeliza Licot, HGST Information: Mr. Marco Biagtan, Onsemiconductor Networking: Ms. Millete Sermonia, Maxim Integrated Mr. Michael Hofilena, Toshiba Services: Mr. Romeo Ramirez, Amkor

SEIPI Strategies Key Result Index NWC Program/Project (KRI) 1. Monthly RMM (every 3 rd SEIPI Strategies Key Result Index NWC Program/Project (KRI) 1. Monthly RMM (every 3 rd Friday) Training Research and Development Advocacy target minimum number of attendees: 30 target minimum number of companies: 10 2. Forum with Partner supplier 3. Hands-on Technical Training 1. R & D updates as part of RMM/MM 2. Thesis Sponsorship (in partnership with other Service Providers Collaboration with academe to introduce Industry REL and FA basic and application a Target number of part of field readiness; school: 2 per year encourage participation of North and South companies Collaboration with EDFAS on EDSFAS membership completion Support Person In. Remarks Needed from Timing Charge SEIPI Venue (SEIPI office) ; Resource Monthl Millette / Sponsorship, company host Persons; y Flor per RMM Contacts with Suppliers 1 x/year Mike / Maui Zeiss, Cytek, KFI Quarte Ladderized Training: to work Wilma / Flor rly with SETC Quarte Wilma rly TBD 2 x a year Travel Funds; (Mar, Oct) TBD Wilma ADMATEL and NASAT no longer feasible University Visit Millette / Flor benefits: access to publication

Information Network Services Update database of providers for Lab Outsourcing Services Consolidation of CFAR Information Network Services Update database of providers for Lab Outsourcing Services Consolidation of CFAR files for fast and easy access Cloud server Alternative: facebook for broadcasting and posting of files Hold CFAR Forum and RMMs Encourage participation of universities for graduating students Review and update of CFAR mailing list and contact information Creation of list of experts and sponsors Assists in specific elective of FA/Rel courses in Universities or other institutions (ETC, TESDA, EDFAS) Collaboration with supplier and academe in support to their events Website Availability Q 2 Mike / Maui Website Availability Q 2 Marco Completion April Marco Completion Marco Millette / Flor Q 2 Marco Q 2 Mike/Marco Flor Mike / Maui Top 3 Priorities 1. Monthly RMM 2. Collaboration with academe to introduce Industry REL and FA basic and application a part of field readiness; encourage participation of North and South companies 3. Cloud server and facebook for broadcasting and posting of files

ASEMEP ESD COUNCIL (AEC) CHAIRPERSON: Mr. Richard Ruiz, Toshiba VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Mr. ASEMEP ESD COUNCIL (AEC) CHAIRPERSON: Mr. Richard Ruiz, Toshiba VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D: Mr. Bernie Encarnacion, NXP Advocacy: Ms. Catherine Salazar, Maxim Information: Mr. Albert May, Amkor Networking: Mr. Henry Laparan, HGST Mr. Eugene Tan, Douyee Services: Mr. Sandy Mescallado, Artesyn

ASEMEP QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL (AQ &PC) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Marilyn Meriales, Analog VICE CHAIRPERSON: ASEMEP QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL (AQ &PC) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Marilyn Meriales, Analog VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D/ Roadmap: Ms. Ma. Eloisa Tobias, Continetal Advocacy: Ms. Marilyn Meriales, Analog Information: Ms. Hazel Jaboli, Maxim Networking: Mr. Ruben Guinto, On Semiconductor Ms. Roshelle Villanueva, HGST Services: TBD

SEMICONDUCTOR & ELECTRONICS TRAINING COUNCIL (SETC) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Fei Gloriani, Maxim Integrated VICE CHAIRPERSON: SEMICONDUCTOR & ELECTRONICS TRAINING COUNCIL (SETC) CHAIRPERSON: Ms. Fei Gloriani, Maxim Integrated VICE CHAIRPERSON: Training: R&D/ Roadmap: Milot Osiones, On Semiconductors Advocacy: Ms. Fei Gloriani, Maxim Integrated Information: Mr. Ronald Hilaria, IMI Networking: Ms. CY Hinoso, Vishay Ms. Claudette Olazo, HGST Services: Ms. Daisy Remetion, Tsukiden

SEIPI STRATEGIES Training Research & Devt Advocacy PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI 1. Deliver at least 2 SEIPI STRATEGIES Training Research & Devt Advocacy PROGRAMS/PROJECTS KRI 1. Deliver at least 2 trainings 1. Number of trainings per quarter, public or indelivered house. 2. Procedure for SME 2. Establish an SME Certification Program 3. Pool of SMEs 3. Increase the number of SMEs, at least 2 per course 4. Support SEIPI Staff and other NWCs in their training needs - learning sessions - competency analysis Conduct benchmarking with Benchmark data and other industries, e. g. improved training practices Aeronautics & Automotive, related to training systems 1. Complete the TESDA 1. Promulgated Training Regulations Project Regulations per by end of June 2015 commitment 2. ASEAN Integration 2. ___ (ASEMEP) SUPPORT NEEDED FROM SEIPI Training venue Communication w/ clients Endorsement from SEIPI on SME involvement TIMING PERSON IN CHARGE 1. Starts Q 2'15 2. May 15, 2015 3. Dec 31, 2015 4. As needed CY Hinoso (Vishay) Connection w/ other 30 -Jun-15 industries Endorsement from 1. March 31 SEIPI for involvement for electronics of technical backend committee members operators & June 30 for ALL Milot Osiones (On-Semi) Fei Gloriani (Maxim Integrated)

Information Networking Services 1. Join PSECE as an exhibitor Public awareness about to advertise Information Networking Services 1. Join PSECE as an exhibitor Public awareness about to advertise SETC and recruit SETC more SMEs 2. Utilize SETC FB account 1. Increase active 1 a. Number of active membership by 20% members 2. Improve organizational 1 b. Increased # of strength by identifying and attendance during RMMs encouraging future officers and Training Summit (succession planning) 2. Complete and active set of officers next year, CY 2016 Analysis of the demand of companies for extenal trainings - specialized trainings - consultation, e. g. TNA Top three (3) priorities for 2015 1. Advocacy 2. Networking 3. Services Increased demand for trainings Free standard booth June 3 -5, 2015 for SETC / ASEMEP Database of current 31 -Dec-15 and old members Connection to inactive SEIPImember companies and to good speakers from the government and the academe 30 -Jun-15 Ronald Hilaria (IMI) Claudette Olazo (HGST) Daisy Remetio (Tsukiden)

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