Dr Domdom's current research is looking at the experiences of immigrant care givers in New Zealand. He teaches on the Master of Professional Practice programme of Whitireia and WelTec.
2010 Graduate Diploma in Information Assurance and Security, Information Technology, Wellington Institute of Technology
2006 Doctor of Philosophy in Education, Education, Adamson University
2002 Master of Arts in Theology/Dogmatic and Religious Studies, Theology, Adamson University
2002 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Adamson University
1989 Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Adamson University
2016 – Present Academic Staff Member, Wellington Institute of Technology
2015 – 2016 Customer Service Coordinator & Campus Planner, W2 Shared Services
2007 – 2015 Facilities Coordinator, Wellington Institute of Technology
2005 - 2007 Director, Physical Facilities Office, Adamson University
2002 – 2005 Teacher, College of Liberal Arts and Institute for Religious Education, Adamson University
1994 – 2001 Teacher, St Vincent College, Quezon City
Principal researcher on the lived experiences of Filipino caregivers in Kāpiti Coast, New Zealand
Collaborative research on teaching and learning research methods with Dr Ben Daniel, Otago University
Associate researcher on an evaluative study of the Master for Professional Practice Programme, WelTec-Whitireia
Conducted qualitative research in education and community development
Mentored students on different research methodologies and on doing research proposals
Facilitated various research courses including research methods, research project and evidence-based practice.
Domdom, J. (2017). Opportunities for inter-disciplinary post-graduate student research collaboration across WelTec & Whitireia. Presented at Teaching and Learning Forum, WelTec, Petone.
Peer review: Abstract submissions for WelTec Whitireia Research Symposium 2016