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Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.

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  • CCCI ACAS
  • Dual Education and Training (DET)
  • TVET

Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.


CEBU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, INC.

 

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. (CCCI) is the largest and prominent local business membership organization in the Philippines. With over 900 member companies coming from various sectors such as Trade, Industry, Service, ICT, and Sectoral Business Associations, CCCI envisions itself as “The Engine of Cebu’s Business Growth towards Global Competitiveness”. In pursuit of this vision, the Chamber conceives plans and implements programs and services in line with its Mission “to strengthen the capabilities of the members through advocacy, linkages, and synergy for the competitiveness of Cebu and its people in the global economy”.

CCCI is encouraged by the recent national and international recognition of its pioneering efforts in education and training development and workforce-capacity building particularly when we established the Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) within the Chamber. ACAS is industry-driven empowerment of our human resources, providing them with skills, competencies, and qualifications that will lead to gainful employment or self-employment on one hand, and to greater productivity and competitive businesses through the competent workforce, on the other hand.

CCCI participated in the K to 12Plus Project under a Philippine-German partnership program to address this mismatch under an education reform agenda that rolled out a couple of years ago. Under this program and with the assistance of the AFOS Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development Cooperation, the ACAS of CCCI evolved. This program will end in September 2019; however, CCCI will mainstream ACAS to support the industry requirements for a competent and skilled workforce.


ASSESSMENT, CERTIFICATION & ACCREDITATION SERVICES: ACAS

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CCCI) recognizes that human capital is key to sustainable enterprise growth and development. It also underscores the belief that the key to workforce development should be a joint industry-academe partnership. Having established an Industry-led/ academe-supported Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) in 2018, CCCI is confronted with several challenges in sustaining the ACAS ecosystem which primarily advocates the dualized approaches to training and education (DET).

The Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) is an innovative way of providing relevant services to the members of the CCCI and beyond. The ACAS of the Chamber is a response to the challenges of many member companies facing job-skills mismatch including those having difficulty in getting workers who possess the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required of a certain job

With the vision of globally competitive business enterprises unfazed with issues of a competent workforce, CCCI seeks to create a sustainable service that catalyzes the development of a pool of skilled workers that match the requirements of industries to which the Chamber certifies and puts its seal.

Since the ACAS’ inception, the project has empowered over 200 beneficiaries- one half coming from the marginalized sector- to enter the workforce needed by Construction, Food Manufacturing, and Tourism industries in Cebu. Emboldened, CCCI plans to pursue the refinement and mainstreaming of the ACAS, and the expansion to other key stakeholders in the business community of Cebu.

Vision

ACAS: an industry-driven program towards developing a skilled and competent workforce to contribute to global competitiveness of businesses fueled by a competent workforce.

Mission

To ensure the engagement of Business Membership Organizations, companies, schools and other stakeholders in developing a competent workforce to respond to the needs of industries.

Goals

  1. CCCI is recognized as the premier industry certifying body for entry to mid-level workforce competency through ACAS
  2. Expanded industry-academe clusters in the identified areas;
  3. Engagement of Industry Associations especially those affiliated with the CCCI and their;
  4. member companies to actively participate in workforce development;
  5. ACAS portal as an effective platform for stakeholder engagement; and
  6. ACAS is a viable, scalable, replicable and sustainable service of the Chamber

 

ACAS Beneficiaries

1. Future Workforce from different economic strata of society

  • Graduates of Senior High School that have bundled competencies certified by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  • Bearers of the Basic Qualification Certificate that have undergone another one year of advanced training in pure Dual Education and Training.
  • Existing company workers especially of member companies and those who are members of a business membership organization duly recognized by CCCI.

Benefit: Individuals aforementioned above can be certified by the Chamber as long as deemed passed with the requirements provided by CCCI. Once passed, records of the certified individuals shall be uploaded on the ACAS Databank for Job Matching. Tracer studies will track their engagement with industries or self-employment.

 

2. Schools (Senior High Schools, Technical Vocational Institutions and Private/Public Schools)

Technical Vocational Institutions and Senior High Schools that offer Technical Vocational Livelihood Track (TVL) interested and with the capability to offer programs on competencies required by industries that can be bundled to a Job Profile and provide at least 800 immersion hours to its students

Benefit: The program shall give partner schools the opportunity to forge partnerships and linkages with various industries.

 

3.  Companies/ Enterprises and Business Membership Organizations (BMOs)

CCCI is open to offer ACAS to its member and non-member companies with interest and/or currently practices Dual Education and Training. A Dualized training company means that the company has at least one In-Company Trainer to monitor and facilitate trainees during immersion. CCCI proposes to focus on Construction, Manufacturing and Tourism services, which are key economic drivers and require a great number of manpower.

Benefit:  As a partner of this initiative, the company has a role in the Industry-Academe Cluster and has the opportunity to access the ACAS Databank, which provides job-matching features to both companies and certified graduates of Dual Training.


TESTIMONIALS

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Dual Education and Training (DET)


DUAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DET)

Dual Education and Training (DET)  promotes learning in two venues: the school and the company. The DET approach maximizes the potentials of learners to gain industry-demanded skills that are crucial for the labor market and sufficiently prepare learners for immediate employment.

DET supports the development of a skilled workforce that meets labor market needs. Better skilled workers have a better chance of employment.

A skilled workforce, on the other hand, improves the economic competitiveness of companies and countries, further attracting investment and fostering job growth.


Learning Venues: DET combines practical training at the workplace with classroom-based training in schools or training centres. The two venues business and classroom can be enhanced with a third. Third learning venues are often simulated environments (e.g. labs, workshops, etc.).

Ownership: DET is a joint responsibility by public and private partners, resp. schools and businesses. Dual VET “belongs” to both partners. Organisations of the world of work are essential for dual VET.

Status of Trainees: In DET, trainees are employees at businesses with special status. They are recruited by the businesses themselves. 

 


BENEFITS OF DET

FOR COMPANIES

 

  • Influence on training content and delivery
  • Higher productivity from well-trained workforce
  • Increased worker-retention rate saves recruitment cost and time
  • Addressing the academe-industry mismatch by actively engaging in the competency definition
FOR SCHOOLS 

 

  • DET ensures that an updated curriculum is maintained as there is active participation from the industry players. The training plan, which forms part of the curriculum, is designed according to feasibility and effectiveness in its delivery.
  • DET also helps in resource optimization. This means the full use of school and company facilities and resources allows the admission of more trainees. While trainees are in their in-plant training, the equipment and facilities can be used by other students.
  • There is regular feedback to and from the industries thru industrial coordinator (school-based staff). He/she monitors the performance of the trainees in the workplace and makes sure that the right skills are learned according to the training plan.
  • There is advent exposure to the latest technology. The trainees’ access to the expertise and resources available and the well-coordinated delivery of instructional activities in learning venues, guarantees quality and relevant training aside from their readiness to the expected working environment.
FOR DET TRAINEES

 

  • Acquire personal and social skills that improve confidence
  • Exposure to real work-life that teaches market-oriented skills
  • High probability of direct employment after training program completion
  • Increased chances to advance their careers faster and earn more

CHAMBERS' ROLE IN DET

Chambers can play a significant role in mediating between the two actors in DET: the industry and the academe. Chambers can promote the DET approach and facilitate and maintain the public-private dialogue between all stakeholders.

Specifically, chambers can benefit through:

  • Additional human resources development services for member companies
  • Positioning themselves as knowledge holders in human resources development
  • Enhanced membership relations which lead to membership retention and recruitment
  • Income-generation and financial self-sustainability

 

 

Read More

Technical Vocational Education and Training


THE TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET)

The recent "K to 12" shift in the Philippine education system is perhaps the most decisive attempt at reforming Philippine education; however, there is one does not receive much attention, which CCCI believes as the key to workforce development- is the provision of a "Tech-Voc" track in Senior High School and all other modes of technical vocational education and training (TVET).

The Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the Philippines is a post-compulsory education and training, excluding degree and higher level programs delivered by further education institutions, which provides people with occupational or work-related knowledge and skills. It includes programs which provide the basis for subsequent vocational programs.

As defined by UNESCO- UNEVOC, TVET is concerned with the acquisition of knowledge and skills for the world of work. Throughout the course of history, various terms have been used to describe elements of the field that are now conceived as comprising TVET. These include: Apprenticeship Training, Vocational Education, Technical Education, Technical-Vocational Education (TVE), Occupational Education (OE), Vocational Education and Training (VET), Professional and Vocational Education (PVE), Career and Technical Education (CTE), Workforce Education (WE), Workplace Education (WE), etc. Several of these terms are commonly used in specific geographic areas.

 

THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION SYSTEM

The education system in the Philippines embraces formal and non-formal education. The Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 or Republic Act (RA) 10533, otherwise known as K to 12 Program, was a major educational reform in the Philippines, which mandates Kindergarten and a 12-year basic education curriculum. The new law integrated RA 10157, also known as The Kindergarten Act of 2011, which made Kindergarten Mandatory in all public schools, and added two years in the previous 10-year basic education curriculum being implemented in the country.

One of the key features of the K to 12 Program is that it provides specializations for employment. Senior High School (SHS) students can choose from four (4) tracks:(1) Academic, (2) Arts and Design, (3) Technical-Vocational Livelihood, and (4) Sports. After finishing a Grade 12 in a TVL Track, a student may obtain a National Certificate Level II (NCII), provided he/she passes the competency-based assessment of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The NC improves the employability of graduates

The Philippine Government aims to use the K to 12 Reform to improve the quality of vocational education and training in the Philippines. The objective in future is for Vocational Education and Training is to be more closely aligned to the real demands of the workplace and to the requirements of the labour market in order to take equal account of the needs of modern trade and industry and of the (largely informally organised) SME sector. The reform process seeks to enhance vocational orientation and practical professional training for young people within the formal educational sector.

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. believes that the government's initiative to reform Philippine's education system was an entry point to cover the demand od companies for skilled first-time employees and medium level personnel through the Technical Vocational Livelihood (TVL) track with the specific focus on Dual Education and Training (DET).

The K to 12 PLUS Project, of which CCCI ACAS was born out aims to provide a remedy by creating dual vocational training structures. In addition to this, the Philippine Government is endeavoring to achieve greater integration of companies into the training process and striving to raise awareness of the cost-effectiveness of vocational education and training.

Since the ACAS' inception in 2015, the project has had over 200 beneficiaries both in the workforce and the industry. To date, the CCCI continues to pursue the refinement and mainstreaming of the ACAS, as the vehicle to promote Dual Education and Training (DET) in the region.

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Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.


CEBU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, INC.

 

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. (CCCI) is the largest and prominent local business membership organization in the Philippines. With over 900 member companies coming from various sectors such as Trade, Industry, Service, ICT, and Sectoral Business Associations, CCCI envisions itself as “The Engine of Cebu’s Business Growth towards Global Competitiveness”. In pursuit of this vision, the Chamber conceives plans and implements programs and services in line with its Mission “to strengthen the capabilities of the members through advocacy, linkages, and synergy for the competitiveness of Cebu and its people in the global economy”.

CCCI is encouraged by the recent national and international recognition of its pioneering efforts in education and training development and workforce-capacity building particularly when we established the Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) within the Chamber. ACAS is industry-driven empowerment of our human resources, providing them with skills, competencies, and qualifications that will lead to gainful employment or self-employment on one hand, and to greater productivity and competitive businesses through the competent workforce, on the other hand.

CCCI participated in the K to 12Plus Project under a Philippine-German partnership program to address this mismatch under an education reform agenda that rolled out a couple of years ago. Under this program and with the assistance of the AFOS Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development Cooperation, the ACAS of CCCI evolved. This program will end in September 2019; however, CCCI will mainstream ACAS to support the industry requirements for a competent and skilled workforce.


ASSESSMENT, CERTIFICATION & ACCREDITATION SERVICES: ACAS

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CCCI) recognizes that human capital is key to sustainable enterprise growth and development. It also underscores the belief that the key to workforce development should be a joint industry-academe partnership. Having established an Industry-led/ academe-supported Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) in 2018, CCCI is confronted with several challenges in sustaining the ACAS ecosystem which primarily advocates the dualized approaches to training and education (DET).

The Assessment, Certification and Accreditation Services (ACAS) is an innovative way of providing relevant services to the members of the CCCI and beyond. The ACAS of the Chamber is a response to the challenges of many member companies facing job-skills mismatch including those having difficulty in getting workers who possess the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required of a certain job

With the vision of globally competitive business enterprises unfazed with issues of a competent workforce, CCCI seeks to create a sustainable service that catalyzes the development of a pool of skilled workers that match the requirements of industries to which the Chamber certifies and puts its seal.

Since the ACAS’ inception, the project has empowered over 200 beneficiaries- one half coming from the marginalized sector- to enter the workforce needed by Construction, Food Manufacturing, and Tourism industries in Cebu. Emboldened, CCCI plans to pursue the refinement and mainstreaming of the ACAS, and the expansion to other key stakeholders in the business community of Cebu.

Vision

ACAS: an industry-driven program towards developing a skilled and competent workforce to contribute to global competitiveness of businesses fueled by a competent workforce.

Mission

To ensure the engagement of Business Membership Organizations, companies, schools and other stakeholders in developing a competent workforce to respond to the needs of industries.

Goals

  1. CCCI is recognized as the premier industry certifying body for entry to mid-level workforce competency through ACAS
  2. Expanded industry-academe clusters in the identified areas;
  3. Engagement of Industry Associations especially those affiliated with the CCCI and their;
  4. member companies to actively participate in workforce development;
  5. ACAS portal as an effective platform for stakeholder engagement; and
  6. ACAS is a viable, scalable, replicable and sustainable service of the Chamber

 

ACAS Beneficiaries

1. Future Workforce from different economic strata of society

  • Graduates of Senior High School that have bundled competencies certified by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  • Bearers of the Basic Qualification Certificate that have undergone another one year of advanced training in pure Dual Education and Training.
  • Existing company workers especially of member companies and those who are members of a business membership organization duly recognized by CCCI.

Benefit: Individuals aforementioned above can be certified by the Chamber as long as deemed passed with the requirements provided by CCCI. Once passed, records of the certified individuals shall be uploaded on the ACAS Databank for Job Matching. Tracer studies will track their engagement with industries or self-employment.

 

2. Schools (Senior High Schools, Technical Vocational Institutions and Private/Public Schools)

Technical Vocational Institutions and Senior High Schools that offer Technical Vocational Livelihood Track (TVL) interested and with the capability to offer programs on competencies required by industries that can be bundled to a Job Profile and provide at least 800 immersion hours to its students

Benefit: The program shall give partner schools the opportunity to forge partnerships and linkages with various industries.

 

3.  Companies/ Enterprises and Business Membership Organizations (BMOs)

CCCI is open to offer ACAS to its member and non-member companies with interest and/or currently practices Dual Education and Training. A Dualized training company means that the company has at least one In-Company Trainer to monitor and facilitate trainees during immersion. CCCI proposes to focus on Construction, Manufacturing and Tourism services, which are key economic drivers and require a great number of manpower.

Benefit:  As a partner of this initiative, the company has a role in the Industry-Academe Cluster and has the opportunity to access the ACAS Databank, which provides job-matching features to both companies and certified graduates of Dual Training.


TESTIMONIALS

Read More

Dual Education and Training (DET)


DUAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DET)

Dual Education and Training (DET)  promotes learning in two venues: the school and the company. The DET approach maximizes the potentials of learners to gain industry-demanded skills that are crucial for the labor market and sufficiently prepare learners for immediate employment.

DET supports the development of a skilled workforce that meets labor market needs. Better skilled workers have a better chance of employment.

A skilled workforce, on the other hand, improves the economic competitiveness of companies and countries, further attracting investment and fostering job growth.


Learning Venues: DET combines practical training at the workplace with classroom-based training in schools or training centres. The two venues business and classroom can be enhanced with a third. Third learning venues are often simulated environments (e.g. labs, workshops, etc.).

Ownership: DET is a joint responsibility by public and private partners, resp. schools and businesses. Dual VET “belongs” to both partners. Organisations of the world of work are essential for dual VET.

Status of Trainees: In DET, trainees are employees at businesses with special status. They are recruited by the businesses themselves. 

 


BENEFITS OF DET

FOR COMPANIES

 

  • Influence on training content and delivery
  • Higher productivity from well-trained workforce
  • Increased worker-retention rate saves recruitment cost and time
  • Addressing the academe-industry mismatch by actively engaging in the competency definition
FOR SCHOOLS 

 

  • DET ensures that an updated curriculum is maintained as there is active participation from the industry players. The training plan, which forms part of the curriculum, is designed according to feasibility and effectiveness in its delivery.
  • DET also helps in resource optimization. This means the full use of school and company facilities and resources allows the admission of more trainees. While trainees are in their in-plant training, the equipment and facilities can be used by other students.
  • There is regular feedback to and from the industries thru industrial coordinator (school-based staff). He/she monitors the performance of the trainees in the workplace and makes sure that the right skills are learned according to the training plan.
  • There is advent exposure to the latest technology. The trainees’ access to the expertise and resources available and the well-coordinated delivery of instructional activities in learning venues, guarantees quality and relevant training aside from their readiness to the expected working environment.
FOR DET TRAINEES

 

  • Acquire personal and social skills that improve confidence
  • Exposure to real work-life that teaches market-oriented skills
  • High probability of direct employment after training program completion
  • Increased chances to advance their careers faster and earn more

CHAMBERS' ROLE IN DET

Chambers can play a significant role in mediating between the two actors in DET: the industry and the academe. Chambers can promote the DET approach and facilitate and maintain the public-private dialogue between all stakeholders.

Specifically, chambers can benefit through:

  • Additional human resources development services for member companies
  • Positioning themselves as knowledge holders in human resources development
  • Enhanced membership relations which lead to membership retention and recruitment
  • Income-generation and financial self-sustainability

 

 

Read More

Technical Vocational Education and Training


THE TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET)

The recent "K to 12" shift in the Philippine education system is perhaps the most decisive attempt at reforming Philippine education; however, there is one does not receive much attention, which CCCI believes as the key to workforce development- is the provision of a "Tech-Voc" track in Senior High School and all other modes of technical vocational education and training (TVET).

The Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the Philippines is a post-compulsory education and training, excluding degree and higher level programs delivered by further education institutions, which provides people with occupational or work-related knowledge and skills. It includes programs which provide the basis for subsequent vocational programs.

As defined by UNESCO- UNEVOC, TVET is concerned with the acquisition of knowledge and skills for the world of work. Throughout the course of history, various terms have been used to describe elements of the field that are now conceived as comprising TVET. These include: Apprenticeship Training, Vocational Education, Technical Education, Technical-Vocational Education (TVE), Occupational Education (OE), Vocational Education and Training (VET), Professional and Vocational Education (PVE), Career and Technical Education (CTE), Workforce Education (WE), Workplace Education (WE), etc. Several of these terms are commonly used in specific geographic areas.

 

THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION SYSTEM

The education system in the Philippines embraces formal and non-formal education. The Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 or Republic Act (RA) 10533, otherwise known as K to 12 Program, was a major educational reform in the Philippines, which mandates Kindergarten and a 12-year basic education curriculum. The new law integrated RA 10157, also known as The Kindergarten Act of 2011, which made Kindergarten Mandatory in all public schools, and added two years in the previous 10-year basic education curriculum being implemented in the country.

One of the key features of the K to 12 Program is that it provides specializations for employment. Senior High School (SHS) students can choose from four (4) tracks:(1) Academic, (2) Arts and Design, (3) Technical-Vocational Livelihood, and (4) Sports. After finishing a Grade 12 in a TVL Track, a student may obtain a National Certificate Level II (NCII), provided he/she passes the competency-based assessment of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The NC improves the employability of graduates

The Philippine Government aims to use the K to 12 Reform to improve the quality of vocational education and training in the Philippines. The objective in future is for Vocational Education and Training is to be more closely aligned to the real demands of the workplace and to the requirements of the labour market in order to take equal account of the needs of modern trade and industry and of the (largely informally organised) SME sector. The reform process seeks to enhance vocational orientation and practical professional training for young people within the formal educational sector.

The Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. believes that the government's initiative to reform Philippine's education system was an entry point to cover the demand od companies for skilled first-time employees and medium level personnel through the Technical Vocational Livelihood (TVL) track with the specific focus on Dual Education and Training (DET).

The K to 12 PLUS Project, of which CCCI ACAS was born out aims to provide a remedy by creating dual vocational training structures. In addition to this, the Philippine Government is endeavoring to achieve greater integration of companies into the training process and striving to raise awareness of the cost-effectiveness of vocational education and training.

Since the ACAS' inception in 2015, the project has had over 200 beneficiaries both in the workforce and the industry. To date, the CCCI continues to pursue the refinement and mainstreaming of the ACAS, as the vehicle to promote Dual Education and Training (DET) in the region.

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Illuminate
/
Session
/
FileSessionHandler.php
    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function read($sessionId)
    {
        if ($this->files->exists($path = $this->path.'/'.$sessionId)) {
            if (filemtime($path) >= Carbon::now()->subMinutes($this->minutes)->getTimestamp()) {
                return $this->files->get($path, true);
            }
        }
 
        return '';
    }
 
    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function write($sessionId, $data)
    {
        $this->files->put($this->path.'/'.$sessionId, $data, true);
 
        return true;
    }
 
    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function destroy($sessionId)
    {
        $this->files->delete($this->path.'/'.$sessionId);
 
        return true;
    }
 
    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function gc($lifetime)
    {
        $files = Finder::create()
Arguments
  1. "/var/www/production/storage/framework/sessions/voOV8s6hCWogU5cSfQjulT9jLs9RBaJpYdY5eXcF"
    
  2. "a:3:{s:6:"_token";s:40:"HBLijYYEudJse4elIzlS9abuP1JyGFdQwOlAw30K";s:9:"_previous";a:1:{s:3:"url";s:28:"https://cebuchamber-acas.com";}s:6:"_flash";a:2:{s:3:"old";a:0:{}s:3:"new";a:0:{}}}"
    
  3. true
    
/
var
/
www
/
production
/
vendor
/
laravel
/
framework
/
src
/
Illuminate
/
Session
/
Store.php
     *
     * @param  string  $data
     * @return string
     */
    protected function prepareForUnserialize($data)
    {
        return $data;
    }
 
    /**
     * Save the session data to storage.
     *
     * @return bool
     */
    public function save()
    {
        $this->ageFlashData();
 
        $this->handler->write($this->getId(), $this->prepareForStorage(
            serialize($this->attributes)
        ));
 
        $this->started = false;
    }
 
    /**
     * Prepare the serialized session data for storage.
     *
     * @param  string  $data
     * @return string
     */
    protected function prepareForStorage($data)
    {
        return $data;
    }
 
    /**
     * Age the flash data for the session.
     *
     * @return void
Arguments
  1. "voOV8s6hCWogU5cSfQjulT9jLs9RBaJpYdY5eXcF"
    
  2. "a:3:{s:6:"_token";s:40:"HBLijYYEudJse4elIzlS9abuP1JyGFdQwOlAw30K";s:9:"_previous";a:1:{s:3:"url";s:28:"https://cebuchamber-acas.com";}s:6:"_flash";a:2:{s:3:"old";a:0:{}s:3:"new";a:0:{}}}"
    
/
var
/
www
/
production
/
vendor
/
laravel
/
framework
/
src
/
Illuminate
/
Session
/
Middleware
/
StartSession.php
        if ($this->sessionConfigured()) {
            $this->storeCurrentUrl($request, $session);
 
            $this->addCookieToResponse($response, $session);
        }
 
        return $response;
    }
 
    /**
     * Perform any final actions for the request lifecycle.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    public function terminate($request, $response)
    {
        if ($this->sessionHandled && $this->sessionConfigured() && ! $this->usingCookieSessions()) {
            $this->manager->driver()->save();
        }
    }
 
    /**
     * Start the session for the given request.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @return \Illuminate\Contracts\Session\Session
     */
    protected function startSession(Request $request)
    {
        return tap($this->getSession($request), function ($session) use ($request) {
            $session->setRequestOnHandler($request);
 
            $session->start();
        });
    }
 
    /**
     * Get the session implementation from the manager.
/
var
/
www
/
production
/
vendor
/
laravel
/
framework
/
src
/
Illuminate
/
Foundation
/
Http
/
Kernel.php
     * @return void
     */
    protected function terminateMiddleware($request, $response)
    {
        $middlewares = $this->app->shouldSkipMiddleware() ? [] : array_merge(
            $this->gatherRouteMiddleware($request),
            $this->middleware
        );
 
        foreach ($middlewares as $middleware) {
            if (! is_string($middleware)) {
                continue;
            }
 
            list($name) = $this->parseMiddleware($middleware);
 
            $instance = $this->app->make($name);
 
            if (method_exists($instance, 'terminate')) {
                $instance->terminate($request, $response);
            }
        }
    }
 
    /**
     * Gather the route middleware for the given request.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @return array
     */
    protected function gatherRouteMiddleware($request)
    {
        if ($route = $request->route()) {
            return $this->router->gatherRouteMiddleware($route);
        }
 
        return [];
    }
 
    /**
Arguments
  1. Request {
      #json: null
      #convertedFiles: null
      #userResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Auth\AuthServiceProvider"
        this: AuthServiceProvider { …}
        parameters: {
          $guard: {
            default: null
          }
        }
        use: {
          $app: Application { …}
        }
      }
      #routeResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Routing\Router"
        this: Router { …}
        use: {
          $route: Route { …}
        }
      }
      +attributes: ParameterBag {}
      +request: ParameterBag {#1}
      +query: ParameterBag {#1}
      +server: ServerBag {}
      +files: FileBag {}
      +cookies: ParameterBag {}
      +headers: HeaderBag {}
      #content: null
      #languages: null
      #charsets: null
      #encodings: null
      #acceptableContentTypes: array:4 [
        0 => "text/html"
        1 => "application/xhtml+xml"
        2 => "application/xml"
        3 => "*/*"
      ]
      #pathInfo: "/"
      #requestUri: "/"
      #baseUrl: ""
      #basePath: null
      #method: "GET"
      #format: null
      #session: Store {}
      #locale: null
      #defaultLocale: "en"
      -isHostValid: true
      -isForwardedValid: true
      basePath: ""
      format: "html"
    }
    
  2. Response {}
    
/
var
/
www
/
production
/
vendor
/
laravel
/
framework
/
src
/
Illuminate
/
Foundation
/
Http
/
Kernel.php
     */
    protected function dispatchToRouter()
    {
        return function ($request) {
            $this->app->instance('request', $request);
 
            return $this->router->dispatch($request);
        };
    }
 
    /**
     * Call the terminate method on any terminable middleware.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    public function terminate($request, $response)
    {
        $this->terminateMiddleware($request, $response);
 
        $this->app->terminate();
    }
 
    /**
     * Call the terminate method on any terminable middleware.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    protected function terminateMiddleware($request, $response)
    {
        $middlewares = $this->app->shouldSkipMiddleware() ? [] : array_merge(
            $this->gatherRouteMiddleware($request),
            $this->middleware
        );
 
        foreach ($middlewares as $middleware) {
            if (! is_string($middleware)) {
Arguments
  1. Request {
      #json: null
      #convertedFiles: null
      #userResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Auth\AuthServiceProvider"
        this: AuthServiceProvider { …}
        parameters: {
          $guard: {
            default: null
          }
        }
        use: {
          $app: Application { …}
        }
      }
      #routeResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Routing\Router"
        this: Router { …}
        use: {
          $route: Route { …}
        }
      }
      +attributes: ParameterBag {}
      +request: ParameterBag {#1}
      +query: ParameterBag {#1}
      +server: ServerBag {}
      +files: FileBag {}
      +cookies: ParameterBag {}
      +headers: HeaderBag {}
      #content: null
      #languages: null
      #charsets: null
      #encodings: null
      #acceptableContentTypes: array:4 [
        0 => "text/html"
        1 => "application/xhtml+xml"
        2 => "application/xml"
        3 => "*/*"
      ]
      #pathInfo: "/"
      #requestUri: "/"
      #baseUrl: ""
      #basePath: null
      #method: "GET"
      #format: null
      #session: Store {}
      #locale: null
      #defaultLocale: "en"
      -isHostValid: true
      -isForwardedValid: true
      basePath: ""
      format: "html"
    }
    
  2. Response {}
    
/
var
/
www
/
production
/
public
/
index.php
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Run The Application
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Once we have the application, we can handle the incoming request
| through the kernel, and send the associated response back to
| the client's browser allowing them to enjoy the creative
| and wonderful application we have prepared for them.
|
*/
 
$kernel = $app->make(Illuminate\Contracts\Http\Kernel::class);
 
$response = $kernel->handle(
    $request = Illuminate\Http\Request::capture()
);
 
$response->send();
 
$kernel->terminate($request, $response);
 
Arguments
  1. Request {
      #json: null
      #convertedFiles: null
      #userResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Auth\AuthServiceProvider"
        this: AuthServiceProvider { …}
        parameters: {
          $guard: {
            default: null
          }
        }
        use: {
          $app: Application { …}
        }
      }
      #routeResolver: Closure {
        class: "Illuminate\Routing\Router"
        this: Router { …}
        use: {
          $route: Route { …}
        }
      }
      +attributes: ParameterBag {}
      +request: ParameterBag {#1}
      +query: ParameterBag {#1}
      +server: ServerBag {}
      +files: FileBag {}
      +cookies: ParameterBag {}
      +headers: HeaderBag {}
      #content: null
      #languages: null
      #charsets: null
      #encodings: null
      #acceptableContentTypes: array:4 [
        0 => "text/html"
        1 => "application/xhtml+xml"
        2 => "application/xml"
        3 => "*/*"
      ]
      #pathInfo: "/"
      #requestUri: "/"
      #baseUrl: ""
      #basePath: null
      #method: "GET"
      #format: null
      #session: Store {}
      #locale: null
      #defaultLocale: "en"
      -isHostValid: true
      -isForwardedValid: true
      basePath: ""
      format: "html"
    }
    
  2. Response {}
    

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Key Value
HTTPS
"on"
SSL_TLS_SNI
"cebuchamber-acas.com"
HTTP_USER_AGENT
"CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)"
HTTP_ACCEPT
"text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8"
HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE
"en-US,en;q=0.5"
HTTP_IF_MODIFIED_SINCE
"Mon, 19 Oct 2020 15:18:10 GMT"
HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING
"br,gzip"
HTTP_HOST
"cebuchamber-acas.com"
HTTP_CONNECTION
"Keep-Alive"
PATH
"/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin"
SERVER_SIGNATURE
"<address>Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu) Server at cebuchamber-acas.com Port 443</address>\n"
SERVER_SOFTWARE
"Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu)"
SERVER_NAME
"cebuchamber-acas.com"
SERVER_ADDR
"10.17.0.227"
SERVER_PORT
"443"
REMOTE_ADDR
"3.237.67.179"
DOCUMENT_ROOT
"/var/www/production/public"
REQUEST_SCHEME
"https"
CONTEXT_PREFIX
""
CONTEXT_DOCUMENT_ROOT
"/var/www/production/public"
SERVER_ADMIN
"webmaster@localhost"
SCRIPT_FILENAME
"/var/www/production/public/index.php"
REMOTE_PORT
"53924"
GATEWAY_INTERFACE
"CGI/1.1"
SERVER_PROTOCOL
"HTTP/1.1"
REQUEST_METHOD
"GET"
QUERY_STRING
""
REQUEST_URI
"/"
SCRIPT_NAME
"/index.php"
PHP_SELF
"/index.php"
REQUEST_TIME_FLOAT
1606218298.582
REQUEST_TIME
1606218298
APP_NAME
"Laravel"
APP_ENV
"local"
APP_KEY
"base64:dNWg3ZELDlEgkYvVKOCrtHH7eV72J0HfghqIMAQwljU="
APP_DEBUG
"true"
APP_URL
"http://cebuchamber-acas.com"
LOG_CHANNEL
"stack"
DB_CONNECTION
"mysql"
DB_HOST
"127.0.0.1"
DB_PORT
"3306"
DB_DATABASE
"acas"
DB_USERNAME
"acas"
DB_PASSWORD
"t!nyGorilla24"
BROADCAST_DRIVER
"log"
CACHE_DRIVER
"file"
SESSION_DRIVER
"file"
SESSION_LIFETIME
"120"
QUEUE_DRIVER
"sync"
REDIS_HOST
"127.0.0.1"
REDIS_PASSWORD
"null"
REDIS_PORT
"6379"
MAIL_DRIVER
"smtp"
MAIL_HOST
"email-smtp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com"
MAIL_PORT
"587"
MAIL_USERNAME
"AKIA6FVLCF7XMH32OYNF"
MAIL_PASSWORD
"BOlj9B1yLpHt4dEfYn3zrzSGBEuF1myPLeRaDKInVYct"
MAIL_ENCRYPTION
"tls"
PUSHER_APP_ID
""
PUSHER_APP_KEY
""
PUSHER_APP_SECRET
""
PUSHER_APP_CLUSTER
"mt1"
MIX_PUSHER_APP_KEY
""
MIX_PUSHER_APP_CLUSTER
"mt1"
Key Value
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"Laravel"
APP_ENV
"local"
APP_KEY
"base64:dNWg3ZELDlEgkYvVKOCrtHH7eV72J0HfghqIMAQwljU="
APP_DEBUG
"true"
APP_URL
"http://cebuchamber-acas.com"
LOG_CHANNEL
"stack"
DB_CONNECTION
"mysql"
DB_HOST
"127.0.0.1"
DB_PORT
"3306"
DB_DATABASE
"acas"
DB_USERNAME
"acas"
DB_PASSWORD
"t!nyGorilla24"
BROADCAST_DRIVER
"log"
CACHE_DRIVER
"file"
SESSION_DRIVER
"file"
SESSION_LIFETIME
"120"
QUEUE_DRIVER
"sync"
REDIS_HOST
"127.0.0.1"
REDIS_PASSWORD
"null"
REDIS_PORT
"6379"
MAIL_DRIVER
"smtp"
MAIL_HOST
"email-smtp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com"
MAIL_PORT
"587"
MAIL_USERNAME
"AKIA6FVLCF7XMH32OYNF"
MAIL_PASSWORD
"BOlj9B1yLpHt4dEfYn3zrzSGBEuF1myPLeRaDKInVYct"
MAIL_ENCRYPTION
"tls"
PUSHER_APP_ID
""
PUSHER_APP_KEY
""
PUSHER_APP_SECRET
""
PUSHER_APP_CLUSTER
"mt1"
MIX_PUSHER_APP_KEY
""
MIX_PUSHER_APP_CLUSTER
"mt1"
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