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Republic of the Philippines

NUEVA VIZCAYA STATE UNIVERSITY


Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya
COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

A NARRATIVE REPORT OF THE


ON THE JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN
at
WIZARD TRADING AND CONSTRUCTION
ABAR 1ST, SAN JOSE CITY, NUEVA ECIJA

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS


FOR THE COURSE
DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY
MAJOR IN MECHANICAL

SUBMITTED TO:

MAXIMO C. ALIAGA
OJT COORDINATOR

SUBMITTED BY:

APRIL JHON R. ARON


STUDENT TRAINEE

S.Y. 2014-2015
INTRODUCTION
• It is the responsibility of the supervisors and managers to utilize
available resources to train, qualify, and develop their
employees. On-the-job (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
use 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
develop, learn and require locally-owned equipment and
facilities.

• To have a successful practicum program, supervisors need


to assign a coach to each employee involved in OJT practicum.
It is the responsibility of the coach to plan training carefully and
conduct it effectively. The OJT Trainee must be able to cope
much with the tasks given to him/her. The OJT coach must in turn
observe the trainee as he/she is working on that given task.
DEDICATION
• This piece of work is heartedly dedicated to God who
showered me His noble blessings for the success of my
chosen career.

• To my loved one who are always there, to give inspiring


message, who sacrifice a lot in sending me to school, to
study and someday, there’s something to be proud of.

• And to our teachers, cooperating teacher, and


cooperating company who shared their knowledge and
guidance which served as our path to do the best thing
that we can.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
• I express my sincere thanks and gratitude to my family who
show support and love, to our teachers who molded us to be
a good student.

• To the Company that accepted the trainee to have his OJT at


their company.

• To our OJT Coordinator who give support, comments and


ideas to enhance our skills and abilities to improve work ethics.

• With all my soul, most of all I’d like to express my unending


faith to our Savior the one who gives talent and patience
during the time of great efforts.
NUEVA VIZCAYA STATE UNIVERSITY
• The Nueva Vizcaya State University is a historical metamorphosis of two entities
merged to form a stronger academic alliance in Cagayan Valley. It has two
campuses formerly known as the Nueva Vizcaya State Institute of Technology
(NVSIT) and Nueva Vizcaya State Polytechnic College (NVSPC).

• The former campuses were the two biggest state-run colleges in the province of
Nueva Vizcaya. The NVSIT has a total area of 148.5 hectares situated at the foot of
the scenic Bangan Hill in Bayombong, the capital town of the province. The NVSPC
campus, on the other hand, has an area of 14.21 hectares in Bambang, the center
for trade and commerce of the province.

• The NVSIT springs from a farm settlement school in 1916 offering intermediate
curriculum. Two years after, a secondary curriculum was added to its former
program which later the school was renamed as Bayombong Rural School then
later the Nueva Vizcaya Rural High School (NVRHS) in 1930.

• In 1941, school operations in the country were suddenly stopped because of the
war with Japanese forces. After the war, NVRHS continued its operation in 1945 but
it was split into two entities: the NVRHS now the NVSU and the other as the Nueva
Vizcaya High School (now the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High
School).

• When Japanese occupation was over, economic and social concerns in the
country began to prosper. Thus, business started to boom in Bambang paving the
way for an educational institution to cater to the growing population of the
municipality. As a result, on July 11,1946, the Municipal Council of Bambang passed
a resolution for the establishment of a Junior High School in the southern part of the
province.
• With the intensified campaigns of raising funds for the
proposed school, the amount of P19,720.00 was accumulated
and initiated the realization for a Junior High School. In July
1946, the Southern Nueva Vizcaya Junior High School (SNVJHS)
formally started its operation and a year after, it was renamed
Bambang High School (BHS).

• Both NVRHS and BHS had undergone remarkable
transformations geared toward betterment, responsive to a
dynamic civilization. Development in terms of physical
facilities, manpower and system of education were given top
considerations. With the strong support of political leaders of
the province led by the then Congressman Leonardo B. Perez,
the upgrading of the different sectors of its respective district
especially the educational component was realized. The
NVRHS was later converted into the Nueva Vizcaya National
Agricultural School (NVNAS) in 1956, made possible by virtue
of R.A. 1580 sponsored by Congressman Perez. In 1964,
another conversion took place when the NVNAS was
changed into Nueva Vizcaya Agricultural College (NVAC)
through the legislation of R.A. 4055 also authored by Cong.
Perez. He likewise sponsored
• R.A. 1971 converting the BHS into the Nueva Vizcaya School of
Arts and Trades (NVSAT) on June 22, 1957.
• The NVAC marker has been a historical emblem built at the left
wing of the façade leading to the Administration building of
NVSU main campus. The unveiling of the NVAC marker was held
on June 18, 1965 with Hon. Leonardo Perez, who, by that time
was a Senator of the Philippines. Eventually, on May 22, 1973,
NVAC was converted to NVSIT by virtue of Presidential Decree
196. With the increasing clamor for more degree courses, NVSIT
responded and provided expansions of its course offerings.
Initially, the courses offered were basically agriculture and
related-fields.

• Similarly, the NVSAT in Bambang was converted into NVSPC on


June 1983 by force of Batas Pambansa Blg. 495 which was
authored by two key political icons of the province, Hon.
Leonardo B. Perez and Hon. Carlos M. Padilla.

• Both NVSIT and NVSPC had significant legendary threads and


their respective history continued to unravel under the existence
of different leadership or administration that anchored both
schools to noble intentions. There were numerous key officials and
leaders who propelled both schools to greater heights. Each
leadership had left peculiar legacies of innovations and systems
of operation that will be eternal to the history of both campuses.
Truly, people come and go but institutions will always remain.
After the crisis brought by the war, Filipinos high School) the other
as the Nueva Vizcaya High School.
• The two campuses have distinct areas of excellence yet
nonetheless share a common goal of providing quality education
not only to Novo Vizcayanos but also to those coming from
neighboring provinces and other parts of the country, as well as
those from abroad. It was deemed that the merging of the two
campuses will strengthen the pursuit for quality education. The
goal of becoming a single institution with a university status was
made possible through the collaborative efforts of all officials of
both campuses and the imposing support from the political
leaders of the province.

• A Technical Working Group (TWG) was organized to conduct a


feasibility study on the merging of the two campuses and this was
initiated by the then Congressman of the province, Hon. Carlos
M. Padilla. The key officials of both campuses made up the TWG
and had their initial meeting on July 13, 2001. The establishment
of NVSU was steered by the constitutional mandate as stated in
Sec. 2 paragraph 1 of Article XIV and in Batas Pambansa Blg.
2232 (Education Act of 1982 ) that “the state shall establish,
maintain, and support a complete, adequate, and integrated
system of education relevant to the needs of the people and of
society.”
• The passing of the House Bill No. 2232 (An Act Constituting the
Merging of the Two campuses into NVSU) authored by Hon.
Carlos M. Padilla was a big leap in the history of both campuses.
The bid for university status was indeed a rigorous task and
members of the TWG worked hard and lobbied in Congress to
follow-up said bill.

• Eventually, the painstaking bid for university status was over when
Republic Act No. 9272 lapsed into law on March 20, 2004. The
act was published in national newspaper on April 5, 2004 and it
took effect after 15 days from publication. The university status is
a big call for change and paradigm shifts, therefore confronting
NVSU with bigger challenges and greater accountabilities.

• The first year of operation of the university was propelled through


the leadership of the Officer In-Charge, Atty. Lilia S. Garcia. It
was during the term of Atty. Garcia when the integration of
various operations of both campuses and the simplification of
bureaucracy were formulated. The cordial working relations of
officials of both campuses were intensified through the conduct
of various workshops/seminars on leadership, team-management
building and strategic skills development. It was also during
Garcia’s term when the university has finally come up with its
official logo that embodies the vision, mission and goal of NVSU.
• After the two-year search for NVSU President, finally, on
May 31, 2005, the Turn-Over Rites for NVSU presidency
was held with Dr. Marilou S. Gilo-Abon as the first
university president. Dr. Abon was the former Vice
President for Academic Affairs and concurrently Dean of
the College of Arts and Sciences of Central Luzon State
University. She earned her baccalaureate and post
graduate degrees in the University of the Philippines
system. With her rich years of experience as one of the
administrators of CLSU and the solid commitment of
NVSU community, she can lead the university to higher
grounds of excellence. With her leadership, she yearns
not only for NVSU to aim for a culture of excellence but
also to advocate a culture of peace which should be
the supreme advocacy of a country in political turmoil.
Indeed, academic institutions play a vital role in the
molding of citizens of this nation; thus, NVSU stands
steadfast with its advocacy.
VISION AND MISSION OF NVSU
VISION
NVSU as a Premier University that nourishes a culture of excellence
and peace.

MISSION
To deliver and produce competent human resource through high
quality and relevant instruction, research, extension programs and
entrepreneurship for sustainable development of the society.
A
Delivery of relevant and responsive
ACADEMIC programs, quality instruction and
EXCELLENCE acquisition of highly competitive skills.

C
CULTURAL Equitable access to education for
DIVERSITY student/clients of diverse ethnic identities
sustained commitment nourish indigenous
cultures.

T TECHNOLOGICAL
ADVANCEMENT
Continuing innovations for enhancing
resource utilization and management
towards improved and harmonious living
conditions.

S
SOCIAL Expertise to create positive impact on the
RESPONSIBILITY university’s service areas and to attain the
highest standards of organizational
citizenship.
VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS OF THE
COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

VISION
• As a center of excellent of technological education and
technical training which will promote and produce world
class human resources needed for building of a global
village worthy of the university states.

MISSION
• To train and produce world class workforce and provide
opportunities where by the clientele may acquire the
necessary skills, technique, interest and speed to make
them self-reliant and productive workers who embody
the ideals and aspiration of the college.
GOALS OF COLLEGE OF
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
• The College of Industrial Technology aims to
develop Industrial Technologists who are
equipped with the necessary knowledge,
manipulative skills, and work values required
for employment, locally and abroad, in the
values occupational trades.
OBJECTIVES OF COLLEGE OF
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
• To provide technological knowledge and information that will
enable the learner to analyse job problems, determine
appropriate solutions, and perform problem- solving tasks in
industrial/business establishments.
• To develop technological skills in a particular field of
specialization.
• To inculcate desirable values and work ethic as a crucial
factor for national development.
• To provide a general education that will prepare the student
to interact effectively within his social and occupational
milieus.
• To develop entrepreneurial competencies that will lead to
self-employment.
• To produce quality and relevant industrial technologists
needed for local and global employee.
OBJECTIVES OF DIPLOMA OF
TECHNOLOGY
• To inculcate values and work ethics as a crucial factor in
national development.
• To develop tradesman and broad technical skills in a
particular field of technology.
• To provide technical/technological knowledge and
information, this will enable the individual to analyze job
problems, to determine appropriate solutions and to
perform problem solving tasks.
• To provide general education that will enable the
individual to behave and interact effectively and
efficiently within his social and occupational mille.
• To develop entrepreneurial competencies that will lead
to self-employment.
OBJECTIVES OF ON- THE – JOB
TRAINING
• KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
• To learn the different techniques, methods, styles, and strategies in
managing a company.
• To know the specific objectives un the field of management.
• To be able to identify and familiarized a high-tech industrial
equipment.
• To be able to develop a sense of workmanship.
• SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT
• To be able to communicate fluently with others.
• To develop speech communication through actual activities done.
• VALUES AND ATTITUDES
• To knows the suitable work etiquette that should be applied in
negotiations.
• To make us agile with command coming from the management as
long
• Upholding good negotiations in work environment.
• CREATIVITY AND DECISION MAKING
• Learn how to make own decisions to be effective in job performance.
• Create thinking in setting and making a plan regarding activities.
JOB DESCRIPTION
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
• Estimates cost of operations and repair.
• Conducts training on shop safety.
• Prepares activity and industrial reports.
• Interprets information obtained from testing and measuring instruments.
• Explain instruction manuals accompanying newly acquired instruments.
• Simplifies instruction to the level workers.
• Identifies parts of automotive wiring system.
• Test electrical components for operations.
• Suggests rewiring schemes or layout.
• Schedules repair work.
• Help in setting up and installing various troubleshooting.
• Select suitable materials for automobile mechanical work.
• Requisitions and make specification of parts for replacement.
• Insures that workers use correct tools for the job.
• Accepts responsibility for the quality of work.
• Observe cleanliness, orderliness, courtesy and mechanics.
TRAINEE
EVALUATION
PICTORIALS/
DOCUMENTATION
Removing body parts of a Loader 7

Timing belt of a FUSO MIXER


Packing Seal Grader

Removing Flexible Hose


Removing valve lock

Dismantle transmission of a
Loader 7
Reconnecting flexible host of a
hydraulic pump

Removing clutch pack


Removing oil in a flexible hose

Checking the plate of a clutch


pack
Removing Top cover of a Pickup

Dismantle Differential of a ten


wheeler truck
Removing propeller

Changing lift spring


Repairing Alternator

Removing transmission
Repairing starter

Change tire of a loader 13


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