Arnel Busmeon: A Fascinating Chat with TSOK Officer Arnel

Arnel S. Busmeon is a highly motivated individual with a solid commitment to contributing to the success of any company he works for. With a diverse skill set encompassing exceptional customer service, sales experience, teamwork, patience, teaching, creativity, and effective communication and collaboration, Arnel is well-equipped to excel in various roles.

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Here’s an up close and personal interview with Arnel S. Busmeon:

What is the mission and purpose of TSOK?

The primary mission of TSOK is to provide support and guidance to its members, particularly those who have not yet passed their exams, to help them become licensed professional teachers.

How do officers of TSOK collaborate and work together to achieve the organization’s goals?

During the Special Professional Licensure Examination (SPLE), the experienced officers collaborate effectively. They divide themselves into groups, typically consisting of 2 or 3 teams, to assume duties in various locations, including Fahaheel, Salmiya, and Farwaniya, to cater to aspiring associate members. Some officers handle document processing, while others collect fees. Additionally, officers provide valuable exam review sessions for the candidates. This dedicated teamwork is essential for boosting the confidence of exam takers.

What qualifications and experience are typically required to become an officer of TSOK?

To become an officer, candidates must hold the title of Licensed Professional Teacher (LPT). However, due to work commitments and the overseas location of many members, some exam passers are unable to actively participate. Consequently, non-passers are occasionally enlisted to fill vacant positions. It’s important to note that the roles of president and vice president specifically require LPT status.

What are some of the significant initiatives or projects that officers of TSOK are currently working on?

TSOK officers are planning to conduct a community service project at the Philippine School Jileeb branch in December.

How does TSOK promote teamwork and collaboration among its officers?

Being an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) and an officer in the organization is no easy feat. It demands a division of one’s body, mind, and soul. The role comes with great responsibility, and regardless of personal preferences, officers are obliged to work together. As the saying goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.” The unique challenges of being an OFW require strong teamwork and commitment.

Can you provide an overview of the organizational structure of TSOK and the roles and responsibilities of officers within the organization?

The organization serves as the central hub of information for its members. It facilitates communication and coordination among its members to enable transformation. The president plays a crucial role as the direct link to the Philippine Professional Organization (PPO). Any information received from the PPO is conveyed by the president to the officers, who, in turn, disseminate this information to the members.

Can you provide insights into the relationship between officers and the leadership team within TSOK?

Directing or managing a group or organization is a challenging task for officers. Patience is a crucial virtue, particularly during high-stress periods. Officers must navigate the diverse personalities, attitudes, qualities, behaviors, moral values, and beliefs of the people they work with. This diversity can sometimes lead to stress and frustration. The role of an officer is not a carefree endeavor, but it serves as an opportunity to assess one’s qualifications and suitability.

What is the overall vision or future direction that officers of TSOK are working towards?

The vision of TSOK is to ensure the successful examination of all teachers, especially those who are working as household help. It’s disheartening to see that some graduates in the teaching profession resort to working as domestic workers in other countries due to limited opportunities in their home country. Many of them seek what they perceive as ‘greener pastures.’ Sadly, they often find themselves in challenging situations, facing maltreatment, inadequate living conditions, and unfair wages. TSOK’s aspiration is to work towards a future where teachers have better opportunities and are no longer forced to seek employment as household help abroad.



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