SAMPLENARRATIVE REPORT FOR THE ASSOCIATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT-TRAINEE (THIS PAGE NOT INCLUDED)
LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITYVISION, MISSION, COLLEGE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMVISION The University shall be known as a premier university in CALABARZONoffering academic programs and related services designed to respond to therequirements/needs of the Philippines and the global economy particularly Asiancountries.MISSION AND MAIN THRUSTS The University shall primarily provide advance education, professional,technological and vocational instruction in agriculture, fishery, forestry, science,engineering, industrial technologies, teacher education, medicine, law, arts andsciences, information technology and other related fields. It shall also undertakeresearch and extension services, and provide a progressive leadership in its areaof specialization.COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GOALS In pursuit of the University Vision/Mission, the College of Arts andSciences is committed to develop students with well-rounded personality flexibleenough to adjust in the changing needs of time for global competitiveness whichare related to research, extension and production; equip them with knowledgeand skills in Computer Education and other related fields in arts and sciences.THE OBJECTIVES OF THE IT PROGRAMGeneral The Associate in Information Technology leading to Bachelor of Science inInformation Technology program of the Laguna State Polytechnic University aimsto develop the students intellectual, emotional and skills competencies providedwith the advanced and detailed knowledge of the design, implementation, andmanagement issues involved in the application of IT as well as to prepare him tobecome more responsive regarding to the local, national and global demandsaffecting the IT industry. The theories acquired through various academicexercises coupled with on-the-job training activities are expected to increase thenumber of globally competitive experts in the field of IT environment.
Specific The specific objectives of the program are aligned to the four-foldfunctions of the University – Instruction, Research & Development, Extensionand Production:A. Instruction 1. To provide theoretical and technical skills through instruction, seminars and workshops; 2. To expose students to globally competitive graduates with desirable work values and attitudes; 3. To develop locally and globally competitive graduates with desirable work values and attitudes; 4. To initiate creative and innovative professional enhancement among instructors and students through skills training, on-the-job training and training and industry.B. Research and Development 1. Strengthen competencies of both instructors and students in the field of research that will serve as a basis for technological problem-solving; 2. Conduct information technology survey, interviews and feasibility studies to meet the demands of the changing world through information technologies and processes; 3. Produce IT researchers and researches to serve as a self-generating critical mass of human resources for research and development in information technology area.C. Extension 1. Forge critical linkages with local and foreign partners to support the activities of the department; 2. Conduct outreach programs such as basic and advance computer literacy programs, and the like; 3. Create training plans and information technology packages to supply the need of the community; 4. Provide assistance for project development.D. Production 1. Produce information systems and technologies that can be used as an income generating project of the college; 2. Construct improvised and innovative teaching materials, tools and equipment.
Republic of the Philippines LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY Siniloan Host Campus Siniloan LagunaA NARRATIVE REPORT ON ON-THE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES-SINILOAN BRANCH SINILOAN, LAGUNA A Report Submitted to the Faculty of the COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY Siniloan (Host) Campus Siniloan, Laguna In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Diploma in ASSOCIATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ANAYA JERIAN D. SANDOVAL 2010
APPROVAL SHEET This narrative report attached hereto entitled “A NARRATIVE REPORTON ON-THE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT LAND BANK OF THEPHILIPPINES-SINILOAN BRANCH, SINILOAN, LAGUNA” prepared andsubmitted by MS. ANAYA JERIAN D. SANDOVAL in partial fulfillment of therequirements for graduation for the diploma in ASSOCIATE IN INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY, is hereby endorse for approval. FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL I.T. Practicum Coordinator/ OIC Dean, College of Arts and Sciences ____________________ Date Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for thedegree in ASSOCIATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (AIT). ARCHIEVAL M. JAIN OIC Dean, College of Arts and Sciences ____________________ Date
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Acknowledgement is the act of owning or recognizing in a particularcharacter or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authority, truth, orgenuineness. Type your acknowledgement here. THE TRAINEE
DEDICATION Type your dedication here. Dedication is the act of consecrating an altar, temple, church or other sacredbuilding. It also refers to the inscription of books or other artifacts when these are specifically addressed or presented to a particular person. This practice, whichonce was used to gain the patronage and support of the person so addressed, is now only a mark of affection or regard. In law, the word is used of the setting apart by a private owner of a road to public use.
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Type the author’s autobiography/bibliography here. Write in third personand in paragraph form. See the example below: The author, MS. ANAYA JERIAN D. SANDOVAL was born at 40-V Brgy.Wawa, J. Rizal St., Siniloan, Laguna, on November 21, 2009. She is the onlydaughter of Mr. For-Ian V. Sandoval and Mrs. Jerel D. Sandoval. Her father isoccupation is a Computer Instructor at the Laguna State Polytechnic University-Siniloan Host and her mother occupation is a Court Stenographer at the RegionalTrial Court-Branch 33, Siniloan, Laguna. The author finished her elementary education at Bridge Water, Siniloan,Laguna. And finished her high school education at Laguna State PolytechnicUniversity-Siniloan Campus, (Laboratory High School). The author finished theAssociate in Information Technology at the same school. The author believes that she will finish this course because she has aninspiration and that is her family, who are very supportive, helping and sacrificingfor her to have successful career. The author is also thankful to God, our Creator,because he gave her wonderful and good parents.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Type the executive summary here. Based your executive summary to youron-the-job training. Executive summary is a term used in business for a short document thatsummarizes a longer report, proposal or group of related reports in such a waythat readers can rapidly become acquainted with a large body of material withouthaving to read it all. It will usually contain a brief statement of the problem orproposal covered in the major document(s), background information, conciseanalysis and main conclusions. It is intended as an aid to decision making bybusiness managers. An executive summary differs from an abstract in that an abstract willusually be shorter and is intended to provide a neutral overview or orientationrather than being a condensed version of the full document. Abstracts areextensively used in academic research where the concept of the executivesummary would be meaningless.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No.Vision, Mission, College Goals and i Objectives of the Information Technology ProgramTitle Page iiApproval Sheet iiiDedication ivBibliographical Sketch vExecutive Summary viTable of Contents viiCHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1 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 b. Suggested Solutions
Personal Relations: Integration with the Company Personnel Attendance and Punctuality Interest and Commitment5 RECOMMENDATIONS Potential of Company as a 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. Curriculum Vitae Appendix B. OJT Pre-Interview Ranking Appendix B. Endorsement Letter Appendix C. Parent’s Waiver and Consent Appendix D. Certification of Completion Appendix E. Evaluation Sheet for OJT Appendix F. Daily Time Record Appendix G. Company Location Map Appendix H. OJT Photos Appendix I. Compiled Documentation and Presentation on DVD
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION On the job training (OJT) is job training that occurs in the work place. Thenew employee learns the job while doing the job and while earning his or her paycheck. On the job training is also called hands on training. On the job training hasmany advantages, but it can also have a few disadvantages if the OJT is notproperly planned and executed. The goal of the OJT program is to place participants in occupations thatwill enhance their prospects for long-term employment and will ultimately permitthem to become self-sufficient. OJT involves the acquisition of specific skills andemployment competencies, through exposure in an actual work setting, to theprocesses, work tasks, tools and methods of a specific job or group of jobs. It is the responsibility of supervisors and managers to utilize availableresources to train, qualify, and develop their employees. On-the-job training(OJT) is one of the best training methods because it is planned, organized, andconducted at the employees worksite. OJT will generally be the primary methodused for broadening employee skills and increasing productivity. It is particularlyappropriate for developing proficiency skills unique to an employees job -especially jobs that are relatively easy to learn and require locally-ownedequipment and facilities. One major drawback of on the job training can be finding the right time forit. The person responsible for giving and evaluating the training has to be surethat his or her other job responsibilities are being met. Another disadvantage ofOJT is that it can be difficult to find the right person to conduct it. The persondoing the training must have the knowledge and skills with the same equipmentthat 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 methodsto the new worker/learner. If these disadvantages are eliminated, however, on the job training can bebeneficial for both the company and the new employee. OJT can be cost-effective for the business since a separate training program isnt required and thetraining is part of the actual work shifts. No extra equipment is needed as thenew worker learns on the equipment needed for the job anyway. On the jobtraining often works out really well for the new employee since traditional trainingperiods tend to have a training allowance that may be lower than the regular payscale for the job The Laguna State Polytechnic University supports the on-the-job trainingprograms of the College of Arts and Sciences to uplift the morale, productivityand professionalism of the aspiring employees under the Information TechnologyProgram of this university.Historical Background of the Company Type the information here.Vision/Mission/Objectives of the Company Type the information here.
Organizational Chart of the Company Type the information here.
Department/Division/Section Type the information here.Personnel In-Charge and Designation Type the information here.Inclusive Dates of Training Type the information here.
Chapter 2 IN-PLANT TRAINING PROGRAM In plant training is a compulsorily part in the academic duration of Collegeof Arts and Sciences Information Technology Degree and Diploma programsunder various agreed universities and educational institutions. Which is not becompleted for just like a certification course. This training period plays the uniquerole in every Students life .Training in the sense it provides the various ideas andalso leads the students to think out of the boundary limit in order to encouragetheir creativity and innovating skills. The Destination of this in-plant trainingprogram is to give the full fledged energy to the students to face this world withbasic knowledge about the companies and process involved over their in variousmodules, so that he/she will be make themselves in which process they aregoing to show their interest. After the successful completion of studies, students have to face thiscompetitive world with this knowledge to face many problems and to find the rightsolutions which is to be solved in the minimum duration of time. Some problemsto be solved by our knowledge but some problems are to be solved only by ourexperience. Experience gained by us by knowing the errors possibilities and alsoknow to troubleshoot the error possibilities and also to think & design theelimination techniques logically & technically. This in-plant training program of the university IT Program focuses onknowledge and skills development prior to the application of the IT theories andconcepts. University linkages Industry experts from relevant fields would provideinsight and training 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 atwhich it is planned these events will take place.Table 1. The Weekly Agenda of the Student Trainee. DAY TIME JOB DESCRIPTION Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Friday SaturdayAreas of Training Type the information here.Function and Duties of Employees Type the information here.
List of References in the Company Library The table below shows the available manual or handbook as references ofindividual employee pertaining to the policies and guidelines set forth by theorganization.Table 2. Company Library References. Company References Description
Chapter 3 DAILY ROUTINARY ACTIVITY In this chapter, the student trainee presents the day-to-day standardizeactions or procedures that are followed regularly and often repetitiously.NOVEMBER 2009 DATE JOB DESCRIPTIONNovember 16, 2010November 17, 2010DECEMBER 2009 DATE JOB DESCRIPTIONDecember 01, 2010December 02, 2010Copy paste the table.
Chapter 4 SELF-ASSESSMENT In this chapter, the student trainee comprehensively self-assessed theadditional knowledge and skills achieved during the training program.Achievements a. Skills and Current Technology Learned/Enforced Type the information here. b. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, etc.Handled Type the information here. c. Strong Points Versus Weak Points Type the information here. d. Best Experience on the Job Type the information here. e. Evidence of Background Preparation Type the information here.Faults a. Causes Type the information here. b. Suggested Solutions Type the information here.Personal Relations: Integration with the Company Personnel Type the information here.
Attendance and Punctuality Type the information here.Interest and Commitment Type the information here.
Chapter 5 RECOMMENDATIONS In this chapter, the student trainee contains the insights toward howthe on-the-job training incorporated to the Information Technology programoffered by the College of Arts and Sciences will be enhanced, alternativesolutions to have a better company management and advice to the upcomingstudent-trainees who will conduct work site training at the same company.Potential of the Company as a Training Ground Type an introductory paragraph here. Type an introductory paragraphhere. Type an introductory paragraph here. a. Availability and Appropriateness of Facilities, Equipment, Tools and Machinery Type the information here. Type the information here. Type the information here. b. Company Cooperation Personnel Type the information here. Type the information here. Type the information here.Assessment to the Duration of Training Type the information here. Type the information here. Type theinformation here.
Proposed Revisions for the Improvement of the Training Program Type the information here. Type the information here. Type theinformation here.Advised to Future Student-Trainee Type the information here. Type the information here. Type theinformation here.
Republic of the Philippines Λαγυνα Στατε Πολψτεχηνιχ Υνιϖερσιτψ Siniloan Host Campus In Service to Province of LagunaMotherland and Humanity Siniloan, Los Baños, Santa Cruz, San Pablo City Campus Telephone Nos. (049)/813-0452/Telefax 813-0273/827-0142/810-4112/800-3027 Forwarding Address: Siniloan ASSOCIATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RANKING The following students are seeking for an IT related On-Job-Training experiences and willing to be assigned in far places. 1 CAMPOSANO Jaydee L. 95.35 2 MACALALAD Mareden E. 95.00 3 PONCE Ramon Jr. D. 94.95 4 EVANGELISTA Benjie C. 94.20 5 UMALI Jodielyn U. 93.65 6 VERGARA Shiela B. 93.65 7 NAJERA Marivie I. 93.00 8 VALDEZ Rodilen T. 92.90 9 BASILAN John Allan A. 92.65 10 MANALO Jennilyn T. 92.30 11 DE ROSAS Francisco T. 92.30 12 GARCIA Mark Vincent C. 91.50 13 ALVIS Jocelle O. 91.45 14 TOLOCOTOC Derrick Andrew D. 91.25 15 ROZCO Carlo V. 91.15 16 CUETO Shiela Marie L. 90.00 17 VERTUDEZ Mary Jean M. 89.60 18 SUPREMO Hazell C. 89.55 19 OLIVA Mary Ann C. 89.25 20 KAKILALA Unijean C. 89.10 21 MALIKSI Mary Joy F. 88.45 22 GRAIDA Julie Ann R. 88.45 23 HERNANDEZ Jaymarc R. 87.25 24 JOVEN Annalyn D. 87.25 25 OBISPO Manilyn S. 86.70 26 PARTOSA Airene P. 86.55 27 KAKILALA Michael D. 86.30 28 LOPEZ Jennifer C. 86.00 29 GERONIMO Gelly Ann A. 85.65 30 SANTOS Jameson D. 85.60 31 BALDEMOR Florentina D. 85.55 32 CONFERIDO Mary Janelle A. 85.10 33 LUBAY Aileen C. 84.95 34 FLORES Beverly P. 84.80 35 AUSTRIA Angela Lyn R. 84.65 36 FADER Kristel Rhoda C. 84.65 37 DAYANAN Melchor F. 84.65
38 DEL ROSARIO Darwin B. 84.00 39 QUINTO Reyner M. 83.95 40 JAVIER Michelle M. 83.60 41 ADRE Roselle C. 83.50 42 ACORDA Jeuz P. 83.25 43 BORNALO Jinalyn A. 83.15 44 MIRAS Mary Jane B. 82.75 45 ADAO Angelyn S. 82.50 46 RODRIGUEZ Jose Jefferson G. 82.10 47 ADOVAS Jennifer A. 82.05 48 CANLAS Noemi B. 82.05 49 RUPAN Alyssa A. 82.00 50 EVASCO Frederick J. 81.90 51 CARANDANG Rosalie D. 81.75 52 BUENO Jernalyn I. 81.65 53 CAWASA Manilyn G. 81.65 54 ROMANTICO Melody S. 81.65 55 BACANTO Princess C. 81.50 56 SOLLORANO Joana Marie R. 81.35 57 VALOIS Jhorney T. 81.35 58 CARULLA Mary Rose M. 81.00 59 JAMON Jayson M. 80.85 The following students are seeking for an IT related On-Job-Training experiencesbut not willing to be assigned in far places due to unstable financial status. 1 ANIBAN Regine V. 92.75 2 DIATA Aaron John G. 92.00 3 GAVIA Oliver M. 91.65 4 ARCEO Laila D. 90.90 5 AFABLE Michael Jun M. 89.15 6 DELA CRUZ Mary Grace 88.90 7 REÑA Lory Ann C. 88.25 8 DE RAMOS Marinelle T. 88.50 9 GIMENA Felomina F. 88.25 10 VILLAREAL Maricris T. 87.10 11 MANALO Mariz G. 86.45 12 AFRICANO Julie Ann R. 85.45 13 SORIANO Joan S. 84.75 14 CASONO Liezl R. 84.35 15 DE LOS SANTOS Ivy K. 83.85 16 BAGUE Jordan B. 83.40 17 NAVARRO Jennilyn A. 82.45 18 MONTEFALCON Mildred L. 81.90 19 LAGMAY Elmira U. 80.85 20 VALE Jomerzon M. 80.85 21 JURADO Ronie O. 80.70 22 BAYONON Jonathan O. 79.85 Prepared by : FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL IT Program Coordinator