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SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY VISION, MISSION, CORE VALUES AND OBJECTIVES

VISION. A service-oriented state university known for its excellence in the sciences, technology, culture and the arts, and strong advocacy for the protection of the ecosystem in the Region and management of Mount Banahaw.

MISSION. To be an active instrument of peace, economic upliftment, and overall community development by producing globally prepared, morally upright, ecologically conscious and productive citizens.

CORE VALUES:

GO S L S U

God Loving Service Oriented Leadership by Example Sustained Passion for Excellence Undiminished Commitment to Peace & Environment

Advocacy SUCs Mandate: The state colleges shall primarily provide higher technological, professional, occupational, vocational, instructions and training in the Applied Arts and Sciences. It shall also provide Applied Research, Advanced Studies and programs for leadership in its area of specialization.

OBJECTIVES: Provide each student a personalized assistance to enable him to make necessary adjustment in life that are agreeable to himself and to the milieu where he belongs, that will help him maintain his general well-being. Determine students readiness for admission to SLSU in all levels. (Elementary, High School, College, Graduate). Help each student in making career decisions; determine students aptitudes and abilities to help him make career choices. Provide programs and activities that will facilitate students social and moral development.

Republic of the Philippines

SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY


Lucena Campus Iyam, Lucena City

A NARRATIVE REPORT ON ON-THE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT E-TPD COMPUTER CENTER

A Report Submitted to the Office of the SLSU OJT CENTER SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY Lucena Campus Iyam, Lucena City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject ON THE JOB TRAINING

JENNA V. MENDEZ

2012

APPROVAL SHEET

This narrative report attached hereto entitled A NARRATIVE REPORT ON ONTHE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT E-TPD COMPUTER CENTER prepared and submitted by MS. JENNA V. MENDEZ in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject ON THE JOB TRAINING, is hereby endorse for approval.

ENGR. JOHN V. ELLA Industrial Coordinator SLSU LUCENA OJT CENTER

____________________ Date

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject in On the Job Training (OJT)

DR. CARMEN M. BARRON Campus Director SLSU LUCENA CAMPUS

____________________ Date

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The student trainee wants to give an overwhelming thanks to all people who helped him in accomplishing his On-the-Job Training: To Good Lord up above, for giving the strength and power of mind, protection and skills. To her dearest parents, Mr. Teodulo Mendez and Saturnina Mendez, for giving the financial and moral support. To her adviser, Mr. Roland Calderon, for giving tips and guidance for the whole training period. To the administration of E-TPD Company, thanks to all of you for giving excellent experiences on throughout the duration of training. To Ms. Anna Loraine Pasia, Mr. KJ Hernandez, and Mr. Jomar Montoya for the guidance and training at the company. To all of my co ojt trainee, for the good company and relationship throughout the duration of training. To all staff of the company, whose kindness and support in the training was overwhelming.

THE TRAINEE

DEDICATION

This humble task completed is lovingly and wholehearted offered in gratitude, respect and love to beloved parents Mr. Teodulo Mendez and Saturnina Mendez and also to siblings Jessica Mendez, Jelline Mendez, and Paolo Mendez.

They are the non-consumable, never-ending source of inspiration, joy and support.

THE TRAINEE

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Ms. Jenna V. Mendez was born at 28St. Mandaluyong Metro Manila on October 13,1992. She is the last daughter of Mr. Teodulo Mendez and Saturnina Mendez, a lovingly housewife.

Jenna finished her elementary education at Tayabas West Central School IV in Tayabas City. She finished her high school education at Luis Palad High School in Brgy. Ipilan,Tayabas City. Likewise, she is in 3rd year of education I Bachelor of Industrial Technology major in Computer Technology at Southern Luzon State University Lucena Campus.

The training and experience gained at the university through the instructions of competent instructors has prepared her to the demands of the profession. Likewise, the experience training received in the OJT has helped her become ready for the challenges of the real world of work.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

E-TPD Computer Center responsible for teaching in different levels. They teach in us all about technology. They are capable in producing better and productive trainee. The group of student-trainees made an inquiry if the agency is accepting IT student-trainees. And at the same day, the group received a positive response from the Information Technology center administration. Ms. Ana Loraine Pasia assigned the individual student-trainees for training.

The proponent of this narrative report was assigned at the Information Technology Center department. This company was responsible on facilitating the computer sales and services. The said company handle all the hardware and software maintenance. The E-TPD was responsible in formatting, pullout-in, and installing software and hardware for all the computers.

E-TPD Company that is a good training ground for all student-trainees. They give best training experiences to their student-trainees because the agency assigned trainees corresponding to their courses. The personnel at the said agency are very kind and easy to approach. The duration of training at the said agency is exactly for the trainee to earn such knowledge and skills. He is very committed with every areas of training. The training given to her by her supervisors is enough to earn the knowledge and skills for the whole training days. All of the training days of the trainee in the company are all working days. During break times, the trainee together with his co-trainee bonds with their supervisors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page No. Vision, Mission, College Goals and Objectives of the Information Technology Program Title Page Approval Sheet Acknowledgement Dedication Biographical Sketch Executive Summary Table of Contents i

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Historical Background of the Company Vision/Mission/Objectives of the Company Organizational Chart of the Company Department/Division/Section Personnel In-Charge and Designation Inclusive Dates of Training 2 IN-PLANT TRAINING PROGRAM Timetable Areas of Training Function and Duties of Employees List of References in the Company Library 3 DAILY ROUTINARY ACTIVITIES Daily Routines 4 SELF-ASSESSMENT Achievements a. Skills and Current Technology Learned/Enforced b. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, etc. Handled c. Strong Points Versus Weak Points d. Best Experience on the Job e. Evidence of Background Preparation Faults a. Causes 1 2 10 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 20 31 31

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b. Suggested Solutions Personal Relations: Integration with the Company Personnel Attendance and Punctuality Interest and Commitment 5 RECOMMENDATIONS Potential of Company as Training Ground a. Availability and Appropriateness of Facilities, Tools, Machinery and Equipment b. Company Personnel Cooperation Assessment to the Duration of Training Proposed Revisions for the Improvement of the Training Program Advised to Future Student-Trainee APPENDICES Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Appendix E. Appendix F. Appendix G. Appendix H. Appendix I. Appendix J. Appendix K. Curriculum Vitae OJT Pre-Interview Ranking Endorsement Letter Parents Waiver and Consent Memorandum of Agreement Certification of Completion Evaluation Sheet for OJT Daily Time Record Company Location Map OJT Photos Compiled Documentation and Presentation on DVD

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Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
On the job training (OJT) is job training that occurs in the work place. The new employee learns the job while doing the job and while earning his or her pay check. On the job training is also called hands on training. On the job training has many advantages, but it can also have a few disadvantages if the OJT is not properly planned and executed.

The goal of the OJT program is to place participants in occupations that will enhance their prospects for long-term employment and will ultimately permit them to become self-sufficient. OJT involves the acquisition of specific skills and employment competencies, through exposure in an actual work setting, to the processes, work tasks, tools and methods of a specific job or group of jobs.

It is the responsibility of supervisors and managers to utilize available resources to train, qualify, and develop their employees. On-the-job training (OJT) is one of the best training methods because it is planned, organized, and conducted at the employee's worksite. OJT will generally be the primary method used for broadening employee skills and increasing productivity. It is particularly appropriate for developing proficiency skills unique to an employee's job - especially jobs that are relatively easy to learn and require locally-owned equipment and facilities.

One major drawback of on the job training can be finding the right time for it. The person responsible for giving and evaluating the training has to be sure that his or her other job responsibilities are being met. Another disadvantage of OJT is that it can be difficult to find the right person to conduct it. The person doing the training must have the knowledge and skills with the same equipment that the learner will be working with. Care must also be given not to pass on sloppy work habits or unintentionally teach irrelevant or inefficient work methods to the new worker/learner.

If these disadvantages are eliminated, however, on the job training can be beneficial for both the company and the new employee. OJT can be cost-effective for the business since a separate training program isn't required and the training is part of the actual work shifts. No extra equipment is needed as the new worker learns on the equipment needed for the job anyway. On the job training often works out really well for the new employee since traditional training periods tend to have a training allowance that may be lower than the regular pay scale for the job

The Southern Luzon State University supports the on-the-job training programs of the Southern Luzon State University Lucena Campus to uplift the morale, productivity and professionalism of the aspiring employees under the Industrial Technology Program of this university. Historical Background of E-TPD Computer Center E-TPD Computer Center. (well known as INTERCOM) is recognized as one of todays premier systems integrators dealing with the widest reliable brands of Computer Technology products and solutions. We established on the year of 2007 month of May and successfully grow continuously up to present. We are supplying computers on Batangas Province, Laguna Province and Quezon Province. As of now we have seven (7) branches located at Lipa City Batangas, Bauan Batangas, Batangas City, Lemery Batangas, Sta. Cruz Laguna, Calamba Laguna and Lucena Quezon.

INTERCOM continuously reinvents itself to serve the ever-growing market demands. As part of its strategic objective, INTERCOM is primarily focus, specialize, and provide feasible, effective, and reliable solutions to small-medium enterprises, large-scale corporations, government, and education sectors. Consistently excelling in sales for the popular brands we are a certified dealer and reseller of the following: Intel, Acer, LG, HP, Dell, Samsung, Asrock, MSI, IBM,Asus, Canon, Intex and AOC.

INTERCOM was sister company of INTER MP Corp., EPLUS Marketing Corp., South MP Computer Tech Corp and ANGELS Tech Corp.

We are building Customer Confidence. Thats why you are backed-up by our high-morale sales and technical support team. We remain persistent with competency in Computer technology, never compromising integrity to customers and assurance to quality products.

Products & Services Offered:

INTERCOM offers the widest variety of trusted brands in Computer Technology. We are handling laptop, desktop, printer & scanner, peripherals, accessories, Networking & Soft wares and quality service of troubleshooting.

2007 2007. 05. 2007. 07. 2007. 10. 2008 2008. 01. 2008. 03. 2008. 08. 2008. 11. 2009 2009. 01. 2009. 03. 2009. 05. 2009. 09. Setting up branch of Lemery city, Batangas(Proper) Setting up branch of Bauan city, Batangas(Proper) Partnership SAMSUNG Electronics, Phil. Corp Setting up branch of Laspinas city, Manila(SM south) Registration name of PCBROKER Supply_MOU English Academy association Philippines. Registration of INTERCOMPUTER TECH INTERNATIONAL CORP Partnership CORETEC Korea Corp : Lunching CCTV products Setting up branch of Lucena city, Quzon(Proper) Registration name of PCPLUS Setting up branch of Batangas city, Batangas(present Baycitymall) Setting up branch of Losbanos city, Laguna(Proper) Supply_MOU Korean Callcenter association Philippines. Partnership JJDD Broadcast Service Inc Establishment of INTERCOM. Registration of trademark with logo THE LAPTOPSHOP Setting up branch of Lipa city, Batangas(Bigben) Registration name of RCC Setting up branch of Tanauan city, Batangas(Proper)

2009. 10. 2010

Partnership Trigem Korea Corp - Monopoly contract of brand AVERATEC' 2010. 08. Setting up branch of Sta.Cruz city, Laguna(Sunstarmall) Partnership FirstFRB Entertainment Inc:Product of Game machine 2010. 10. Setting up branch of Calamba city, Laguna(Proper) Open South control tower office at St,Tomas, Batangas 2010. 01. 2011

2011. 03.

Partnership HYSONIC Philippines, Inc

Vision/Mission/Objectives of E-TPD Computer Center Vision/Mission We believe that the purpose of a company goes beyond mere economic objectives. We strive, therefore, to be a company focused on people, where there is room for growth as well as professional and personal fulfillment.

Objectives: 1. To train and develop competent office personnel for wage employment and for selfemployment . 2.To make the student understand the role of an office in an enterprise. 3 .To make the student aware of the importance of organization, management, procedure and practice in an office. 4. To train the student in the theoretical and practical skills of using and maintaining office equipment. 5 .To develop personality traits, behaviour and work habits appropriate to the requirements of the job. Organizational Chart of the Company

President Secretary Carolina De Guzman BTGS Leader LUC/QUE Leader

Dan Simon Kwon

Marvie Liwag
BATANGAS BAUAN LIPA LEMERY

Mark B. Cunanan
ST.CRUZ LUCENA

Jone Carlo Ebrero


-Kevin Bryle Aluan - Michelle Pecayo - Micheal Madrid - Margie Macatangay

Maria Isabel Montealb o


- Allan Adarlo - Kristopher Hernandez - Jericko Bulanhagui - Bryan Dalangin

Noemi Paguio
- Deric Ortiz - Marvin Latayan - Ryan Remo - Russel Austin

Fritz Reyes
- Jess Libuit - Julious Patolot - Liwayway Ramirez

Marco Paulo Gnilo


- Marie Jane Butillo

Dionillo Escario
- Ana Pasia - Kj Hernandez

- Marvin Diaz
- Heychell Velasco - Micheal Briones

- Jomar Montoya
- Harold - Timothy Anlayao

Personnel In-Charge and Designation

Inclusive Dates of Training

The student trainee started his OJT on the day of Wednesday, January 11, 2012 and finished on the day of Saturday, March 31, 2012.

Chapter 2 IN-PLANT TRAINING PROGRAM


In plant training is a compulsory part in the academic duration of Bachelor of Education Major in Computer Technology programs under various agreed universities and educational institutions. This program is completed in a manner to make a certification of proficiency in the course. The training period plays a unique role in every students life. The training provides the various ideas and also leads the students to think of the boundary or limit of their ability in order to encourage further their creativity and innovating skills. The end goal of this in-plant training program is to give students the full fledged energy and basic knowledge about the companies and process involved over there in various modules, so that trainees will make themselves better in the process.

After the successful completion of studies, students have to face this competitive world with this knowledge to face many challenges and to find the right solutions to existing problems which needs to be solved at a minimum duration of time. Some problems can be solved by knowledge but some problems need/require experience. Experience allows one to knowing the errors, solution, and possibilities and likewise knows how to troubleshoot the error, and also to think & design the elimination techniques logically & technically.

This in-plant training program of the university, particularly the IT Program focuses on knowledge and skills development prior to the application of the IT theories and concepts. University linkages, Industry experts from relevant fields provide insights and trainings to the students. TIMETABLES A timetable or schedule is an organized list, usually set out in tabular form, providing information about a series of arranged events: in particular, the time at which

it is planned these events will take place. The trainees own are set out as shown in the table below.

Table 1. The Weekly Agenda of the Student Trainee. DAY TIME JOB DESCRIPTION Wednesday Assisting Customer. 9:00 12:00 Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing. Assisting Customer. 1:00 7:00 Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing. Thursday 9:00 12:00 Assisting Customer. Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing. Assisting Customer. 1:00 7:00 Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing.. Friday 9:00 12:00 Assisting Customer. Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing. Assisting Customer. 1:00 7:00 Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing Saturday 9:00 12:00 Assisting Customer. Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing. Assisting Customer. 1:00 7:00 Troubleshooting, Reformatting, and Installing.

Areas of Training

The trainee is exposed to the public and in the process develops and improves communication and interpersonal skills with other personnel in the agency and their applicants. The trainee was trained in the office of ICT by answering the clients problems and to those who needs information. The trainee was trained also on using .asp extension file for the editing of the PRC website. The trainee also gained skills in editing images used at the web page development. Function and Duties of Employees ITC department employees including the student trainees are the one responsible for the maintenance of the computers in every division. They provide maintenance services such as formatting and cleaning the computers. They troubleshoot network problems for all PRC branches. The personnels specific functions and duties are listed here in :

Chief/ OIC, ICT Division. Checks the work of all the employees under his/her supervision. Responsible for attending meetings with the other personnel in the company.

Database Administrators. Taking care of the database of the whole company. Organizes the database structure and maintaining it well. Likewise, also responsible when there are problems in the database.

Website Administrators. Maintains the website of the company. Responsible for editing and uploading new files in the companys website. Has the authority to edit, delete, and revised the contains of the website.

Database Encoder. Responsible for encoding files of the applicant in the database. Checks the letters and office orders before itll be given to the commissioners for the signature.

Technical Administrator. Responsible for maintaining the computers and other technological equipments in company. Taking travel orders from the agency and sends them to other branches for the maintenance and installation of requested items and equipments.

Finance Administrator of ICT. Checks the attendance of the employees on the division, issues paychecks, pass slips, and income statements of the employees of the division.

Chapter 3 DAILY ROUTINARY ACTIVITY


In this chapter, the student trainee presents the day-to-day standardize actions or procedures that are followed regularly and often repetitiously. JANUARY 2012 DATE January 11, 2012 January 12, 2012 JOB DESCRIPTION Orientation

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Troubleshooting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 13, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Installing 3. formatting Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 14, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Reprogram. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 18, 2012

1. Title Defense. Note: Earned eight (8) training hours.

January 19, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Troubleshooting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 20, 2012

1. Installing. 2. Formatting. Note: This work is a continuation of yesterdays job. Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 21, 2012

1. Reprogram 2. Troubleshooting.

Note: January 25,2012 Earned ten (10) training hours.

1. Installing. 2. Formatting. Note: The day of technical works. Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 26,2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Troubleshooting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 27,2012

1. Reprogram. 3. Troubleshooting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

January 28,2012

1. Reprogram 2. Installing. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

February, 2012 DATE February 1, 2012 February 2, 2012 JOB DESCRIPTION Installing Formatting Sorting the deliver product Earned eleven (11) training hours

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Troubleshooting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

February 3, 2012

1. Alexan Educational Trip Note: Earned eight (8) training hours.

February 4, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Formatting. Note: Earned ten (10) training hours.

February 8, 2012

1.Cleaning the shop 2.Installing Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

February 9, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Ins6talling 3. Formatting. Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

February 10, 2012

1. Formatting.

Note: This work is a continuation of yesterdays job. February 11, 2012 Earned eleven (11) training hours.

1.Installing 2. Troubleshooting.

Note: February 15, 2012 Earned eleven (11) training hours.

1. Installing. 2. Reformat. Note: The day of technical works. Earned eleven (10) training hours.

February 16, 2012

1. Foundation Day. Note: Earned eight (8) training hours.

February 17, 2012

2. Foundation Day. Note: Earned eight (8) training hours.

February 18, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Installing. Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

February 22, 2012

1.Cleaning the shop 2.Installing 3.Reformat Note:

February 23, 2012

Earned eleven (11) training hours.

1.Installing 2. Reformat Note: Earned twelve (12) training hours.

February 24, 2012

1.Marketing 2.Installing 3.Reformat Note: Earned twelve (12) training hours.

February 25, 2012

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Reformat Note: Earned twelve (11) training hours.

February 29, 2012

1.Sorting product. Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

MARCH, 2012

DATE March 1,2012

JOB DESCRIPTION 1. Grand opening of E-TPD Computer Center 2. Assisting customer. Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

March 2,2012

1. Assisting customer. Note: Earned three (3) training hours.

March 3 ,2012

1. Assisting customer.

Note: March 7 ,2012 Earned eleven (11) training hours.

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Assisting customer Note: A very exhausting day. Full of work from different personnel. Earned eleven (11) training hours.

March 8 ,2012

1. Installing 2. Reformat Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

March 9 ,2012

1. Assisting customers. Note: Earned three (3) training hours.

March 10,2012

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Installing 3. Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

March 14,2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Assisting customer. 3. Formatting Note: Earned eleven(11) training hours.

March 15,2012

1. Cleaning the shop. 2. Reprogram 3. Sorting products.

Note: March 16,2012 Earned eleven (11) training hours.

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Installing 3. Troubleshooting Note: Earned three (3) training hours.

March 17,2012

1. Cleaning the shop 2. Sorting the delivered products Note: Earned eleven (11) training hours.

Chapter 4 SELF-ASSESSMENT
In this chapter, the student trainee comprehensively self-assessed the additional knowledge and skills achieved during the training program.

Achievements

a. Skills and Current Technology Learned/Enforced

The trainee learned to troubleshoot and install hardware and software and acquired knowledge in formatting computers in any operating systems, Microsoft Windows operating systems and Open Source operating system. The trainee has skills in disassembling & assembling the components of the computers. The agency teached the trainee how to diagnose hardware and software problems. The trainee also become quite good in communicating with other persons around him.

b. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, etc. Handled

The trainee is equip with knowledge about using any kind of printer and computers. The agency let the trainee to used the printers (Brothers, HP Deskjet), scanner (Cannon), computers (IBM Lenovo, NEC brand, Hewlett Packard). c.Strong Points Versus Weak Points The student trainee is equipped with enough skills prior to the use of computer applications such as in PC hardware servicing, software installation, webpage development, basic programming.

His weak point is the communication skills, which is very important in every company/agency.

c. Best Experience on the Job The best experience the trainee received on his training is when he was authorized by the supervisor to change the website of the agency. The supervisor assisted the trainee. This is the trainees best experience because of he dont have any background in using html. d.Evidence of Background Preparation The trainee attended local and national seminars and workshops like the Y4IT seminar held in UP Diliman, seminar in Laptop and Printer Troubleshooting at Eastern Cuisine, Lucena City, Advanced Hardware and Software Installation at Southern Luzon State University.This preparation help him to gain the skills in installing softwares and how to used them. Faults a. Causes The trainee is not familiar with going to other divisions because of being a first timer in the company. The trainee encountered difficulties in delivering orders in different offices.

b.Suggested Solutions

The trainee is took a tour when there is a free time so that in time that he would be send to any of the divisions, he will find it easily.

Personal Relations: Integration with the Company Personnel

At the first day of the training, the trainee was afraid of asking some of the questions about what hell be doing. But as days went by, the relation between the

trainee and his supervisor became closed to each other like being mother and son. The trainee approach to its supervisor like a co-worker and the supervisor do so.

Attendance and Punctuality

The trainee was very strict on his attendance and hate for being late. He went to the company as early as he can to avoid being late at his training.

Interest and Commitment

The trainee was very interested with the on-the-job training since the application period at the agency. His commitment to his training is full-hearted. And during the training, the trainee was always focused in doing the things assigned to him.

Chapter 5 RECOMMENDATIONS
In this chapter, the student trainee shares the insights toward how the onthe-job training incorporated to the Information Technology program offered by the College of Arts and Sciences will be enhanced, alternative solutions to have a better company management and advice to the upcoming student-trainees who will conduct work site training at the same company.

Potential of the Company as a Training Ground The Professional Regulation Commissions is a good training ground for all outgoing trainees. The employees of the company treated the trainee as their coworkers. The company can give the trainee a good experience and additional knowledge and skills of how to be an employee in a government agency like Professional Regulation Commission.

a. Availability and Appropriateness of Facilities, Equipment, Tools and Machinery The availability and appropriateness of the facilities, equipment, tools and machinery are all suitable for the work of the student trainee. The agency is equipped with appropriate facilities. The equipments, tools and machineries of the agency provide additional knowledge and hands on skills. b.Company Personnel Cooperation The company has the ability to help the student trainee to become familiar in the actual work cooperation with other personnel. The company personnel at the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) helped the trainee become like a public servant.

Assessment to the Duration of Training

The duration of the training was good enough to acquire the skills and knowledge. The company given work to the student trainee was appropriate to the trainees training time. This report recommended that the duration time of the On-theJob training increased so that the trainee will be having time for the preparation of his documentation.

Proposed Revisions for the Improvement of the Training Program

This report proposes that the coordinator or the adviser of the on-the-job training program give more seminars and workshops to the outgoing trainees. The seminars and workshops can help the trainees to be more capable and confident enough to perform task as every tasks ordered by the agency.

Advised to Future Student-Trainee

To all students that will take their on-the-job training please review and understand well the past activities in various subjects particularly the core subjects of the IT program. The knowledge acquired from these subjects are all requisites towards on becoming a skilled trainee.

APPENDICES

APPENDIX A Curriculum Vitae

APPENDIX B Endorsement Letter

APPENDIX C Parents Waiver and Consent

APPENDIX D Certificate of Completion

APPENDIX E Evaluation Sheet for OJT

APPENDIX F Daily Time Records

APPENDIX G Location Map

APPENDIX H OJT Photos