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  • 1. AMA Computer College Batangas Campus Bolbok, Batangas City Documentary Requirement For On-The-Job Training In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirement for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Submitted to: Baby Karen Mendoza Submitted by: Ralp Joseph de Guzman First Semester
  • 2. ACKNOWLEDGMENT We, the students who conducted our internship training at the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, wish to extend our deepest and sincerest gratitude to the following for their invaluable help without which this training could not have been completed: To our dear parents who gave us financial and moral support and encouragement at the course of our undertakings. To our supervisors, Sir William Panaligan, Sir Duke Amuan, Sir John Bonilla, Sir Edison Dalangin, Sir Kristen Cruzat, Sir Jose CarlosMagadia, Sir Michael Bisa, Sir GericoDalangin,Sir Gil Dela Roca,Sir Carl Sallario, Sir Ronnie Galisanao, Sir Ricky Valera, and Sir Hopewell Fajutag, for their endeavor to assist us for the completion of our training; And lastly, to our Almighty God, who gave the divine guidance to make our training possible.
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Table of Contents Letter of Request Training Agreement and Liability Waiver Letter of Acceptance Company Profile History Background of PLDT Batangas The Company Mission/Vision Other Business Analysis Activity Report Training Plan Outline Training Arrangement Name of Student School Address Place of Training Duration of Training Fields of Training Overall Program Objective Method of Evaluation OJT Time Table Daily Time Record OJT Accomplishment Report Daily Report Weekly Report
  • 4. Trainee Evaluation Sheet Certification Final Written Report Scope of Work Objective of Work Time Table Result/Accomplishment Conclusion/Recommendation Narrative Report Student Profile Barangay Clearance Community Tax Certificate Final Permit Official Receipt
  • 5. PHILIPPINE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE COMPANY History PLDT was established on November 28, 1928, by an Act of the Philippine Legislature and approved by then-Governor-General Henry L. Stimson by means of a merger of four telephone companies under common US ownership. Known as Act 3436, the bill granted PLDT a 50-year charter and the right to establish a Philippine telephone network linking major points nationwide. However, PLDT had to meet a 40-day deadline to start implementing the network, which would be implemented over a period of one to four years. By the 1930s, PLDT had an expansive fixed-line network and for the first time linked the Philippines to the outside world via radiotelephone services connecting the Philippines to the United States and other parts of the world. Telephone service in the Philippines was interrupted due to World War II. At the end of the war, the Philippines' communications infrastructure was in ruin. U.S. military authorities eventually handed over the remains of the communications infrastructure to PLDT in 1947, and with the help of massive U.S. aid to the Philippines during the 1940s and 1950s, PLDT recovered so quickly that its telephone subscribers outpaced that of pre-war levels by 1953. On December 20, 1967, a group of Filipino entrepreneurs and businessmen led by Ramon Cojuangco took control of PLDT after buying its shares from the American telecommunications company GTE. The group took control of PLDT's management on January 1, 1968, with the election of Gregorio
  • 6. S. Licaros and Cojuangco as chairman and president of PLDT respectively. A few months later, PLDT's main office in Makati City (known today as the Ramon Cojuangco Building) was opened, and PLDT's expansion programs begin, hoping to bring reliable telephone services to the rural areas. On July 18, 1968, Pilipino Telephone (Piltel) was incorporated in the Philippines with limited liability. Piltel's sole business at that time was providing fixed line telecommunications services in eight cities and municipalities in the Philippines. During the 1970s, PLDT was nationalized by the government of thenPresident Ferdinand Marcos and in 1981, in furtherance of the then existing policy of the Philippine government to integrate the Philippine telecommunications industry, purchased substantially all of the assets and liabilities of Republic Telephone Company, becoming the country's telephone monopoly. However, after he was overthrown, the company was re-privatized. By 1995, with the passage of the Telecommunications Act and the subsequent deregulation of the Philippine telecommunications industry, the company had been de-monopolized. In 1991, Smart Communications was incorporated, with its major shareholders at the time being certain Philippine companies and other affiliates of First Pacific (the parent company of PLDT), as well as NTT Communications Capital (UK) Limited. Both groups owned around 96.7% of the new company. In the same year, Piltel launched its cellular telephone services using Advanced
  • 7. Mobile Phone System (AMPS) technology, which was subsequently upgraded to Digital AMPS later on. In 1993, Piltel launched its paging services, and introduced digital cellular services using code division multiple access (CDMA) technology on 1997. On March 24, 2000, PLDT completed its share-swap acquisition of Smart, making Smart a 100%-owned PLDT subsidiary. In April 2000, Piltel launched a digital prepaid cellular service using the Global System for Mobile Communications ("GSM") platform of Smart. A few years later, PLDT transferred its ownership of Piltel to Smart, thereby consolidating all of PLDT's wireless operations under Smart. Background of PLDT Batangas During the 1970’s the first existing telecommunications company in Batangas was “Republic Telephone Company”. Then, by the 3rd day of April 1891, PLDT acquired the ReTelCo to merge with their company. From that time up to present, PLDT was considered as one of the largest running telecommunications company in Batangas. Starting 1980’s Silva started to manage the PLDT. He built the strong foundation of the company which serves as the groundwork for the next leader. This company was sustained and developed through the leadership of Miranda. Under his management, he made it possible for the company to run smoothly.
  • 8. The next management was lead by Juan, Emboscardo, Bustamante, and presently, Mr. Armando Dodjie T. Lim started his management on July 2008. He is the Senior Manager of the said company. Before he became the manager, he was hired by PLDT at year 2000 as an associate. From then on, PLDT is the leading telecommunications provider in the Philippines. The Company Mission/Vision: “PLDT will be the preferred full service provider of voice, video, and data at the time most attractive levels of price, service quality content and coverage, thereby bringing maximum benefit to the Company’s stake holder.” The Company Goal: “The four strategic direction of PLDT are: expand services, improve effective organization, customer focus, and increase profitability.” Other Businesses PLDT is the largest and most diversified telecommunications company in the Philippines. We have organized our business into three main segments:
  • 9. WIRELESS SMART COMMUNICATIONS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES PILIPINO TELEPHONE CORPORATION TELESAT, INC ACES PHILIPPINES CELLULAR SATELLITE CORPORATION MABUHAY SATELLITE CORPORATION FIXED LINE PLDT CLARK TELECOM, INC SUBIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, INC. PLDT GLOBAL CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES PLDT-MARATEL, INC BONIFACIO COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Smart-NNT Multimedia, Inc. Information and Communications Technology ePLDT, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES ePLDT VENTUS, INC. SPi TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Analysis: PLDT offered three services, voice, data and video. It operates by cable wire communications and wireless communications. But mainly, PLDT was
  • 10. merely focused on wireless communications. This company provides dial tone to subscribers to have convenient communication and processed data through internet. The company objective is to acquire to their operation which is the minimum time to restore the trouble. If any trouble exist, there are allotted time to repair it. In MLR ticket where in the trouble or problem of the subscriber in the telephone can be seen, in an example the subscriber doesn’t have a dial tone. There are 4 hours allotted to fix the system. In DSL or digital subscriber line 4 hours was given to restore, in microwave system problem 4 hours was allotted and in fiber optic break 8.5 hours was given. Activity Report: During our internship on Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT), our supervisors trained us all the things that we need to be familiar with, in considerations to our course, Electronics and Communications Engineering. On our first day, they oriented us to be familiar with the equipments of PLDT, what they are, how they work, etc... Then, they thought us how to monitor and operate MLR, E-RAT, Clarity, Bauan Nodes, MDF, and Router Configuration. Every day, we should monitor all of these (every 30 minutes) to identify if there is trouble. If there are, our supervisors let us to come with them and teach us what to do.
  • 11. TRAINING PLAN OUTLINE TRAINING ARANGEMENT: Name of the Student School Address de Guzman,Ralp Joseph National Road, BolbokBatangas City Place of Training PLDT-Bauan Duration of Training 504 HOURS Field of Training Call Outs Receive Calls Encoding Clarity Viewing Line Checking Voice Repair Data Repair Network Cabling MDF Control E-RAT Viewing Network Testing Assist Technician Listing Ticket Overall Program Objective
  • 12. The purpose of the On-the-Job Training is for the student-trainee to acquire more skills and to be familiar with the details of working in an actual workplace. OJT is necessary y for this provided the students with knowledge and skills relevant to the trainee’s chosen field. The program help the student acquire information about working in an actual workplace. The following are the skills and knowledge the trainee acquires during the training program. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Office Routine Troubleshooting Modem/Router Configuration Installation of Software Networking Cabling for Network Familiarization of Computer Hardware Method of Evaluation and Certification The Student performance was assessed by means of the Trainee Evaluation Sheet wherein eleven criteria were set to relate the trainee’s characteristics on the daily task assigned. The ranges of rating are as follows: E – For Excellent VS – For Very Satisfactory S – For Satisfactory G – For Good P – For Poor PLDT (Philippine Long Distance Telephone) San Antonio, San Pascual, Batangas
  • 13. ON-THE-JOB TRAINING DAILY TIME RECORD DATE June 17 Work accomplished Time in Orientation about MDF Observing in Employee work Orient about PLDT Bauan Time out # of Hours June 20 June 21 June 22 June 24 8 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 Updates Ports at cabinet 205 Searching for busy tones in cab.205 8:00 5:00 8 Answering Phone Join the event 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 June 19 5:00 8:00 June 18 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 Continuing Orientation Learning about MDF like terminating wire Teach on clarity system Field work/checking trouble wiring Joining event Calls Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone Copying tickets with OJT Organize wire on MDF Room Listed trouble tickets
  • 14. June 25 Answering telephone 8:00 July 1 July 2 July 6 July 8 8 8:00 June 29 5:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 11:00 5:00 4 Copying tickets Answered telephone Copying tickets Answering Telephone Copying tickets Answered Telephone technician use/client gets some clients information Copying tickets Answered Telephone technician use/client for Copying tickets(ATT) Answering Telephone Technician use/clients information Call throw for clients July 9 Copying tickets Answering Telephone Technician use/clients information July 12 Answering telephone Technician use/clients information
  • 15. July13 July 15 July16 July 17 July 20 Copying trouble tickets At BZV-MCT-maintenance Answering Telephone for Technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Updates some ATT Nodes Join Events Copying Bauan trouble tickets Updates some ATT Nodes Answering phone Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8
  • 16. July 22 July 23 July 26 July 27 July 29 July 30 Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Fieldwork/Assist Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00
  • 17. August 3 August 5 August 6 August 9 August 10 Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Test Telephone Port on Frame Copying trouble ticket in BZV-ICT Email/close some ticket Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 16 8:00 5:00 8
  • 18. August 12 August 13 August 16 August 17 August 20 August 21 August 24 Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Test Telephone Port on Frame Answered Telephone for technician use/clients information Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Checks /test DSL port in frame Copy trouble tickets Test DSL Trouble tickets Verify clarity tickets Received Calls Listed trouble tickets Call Outs Verify tickets Email in Luzon voice Test DSL ticket with OJT Field Work with Gil de la Roca Copy trouble tickets Answered Telephone for technician use/clients 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 1:00 5:00 4 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 16 1:00 5:00 4
  • 19. August 26 August 30 August 31 September 2 September 3 September 5 Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes View tickets using ERAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Test some telephone trouble Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone Field work/assists with Sir GericoDalangin Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist with Edison Dalangin Copying trouble tickets Received Calls Test trouble telephone in Mdf room Coordinate Manila to close tickets Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist with Edison Dalangin 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 5:00 8 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8
  • 20. September 6 September 7 September 9 September 10 September 12 September 13 Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Fieldwork/assist Edison Dalangin Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Edison Dalangin Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Email to PCR/ID Verify technician needs Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Call throw for clients Field work with sir Duke, change DP008 Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Call throw for clients Field Work with Edison Dalangin at Bacal Compound 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8
  • 21. September 14 September 16 September 17 September 18 September 20 Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Call throw for clients Field Work with Edison Dalangin Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes View tickets using ERAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Test some telephone trouble Copying trouble tickets Answered Telephone Verify technician needs Received Calls Calls Outs Field work with Edison Dalangin Email ticket PCR/ID Copying trouble ticket in BZV-ICT to dispatch Listed trouble tickets at alitagtag area Email to Luzon-voice Calls Outs Received Calls technician and clients use Field Work with Edison Dalangin and Glenn 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8
  • 22. September 24 September 27 September 28 September 30 October 1 Listed trouble tickets alitagtag area to dispatch for repair Calls Outs Received Calls technician and clients use Email ticket at DSLLuzon and Luzon Voice Received Calls technician and clients use Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Email to PCR/ID and Closing Verify technician needs Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Email to PCR/ID and Closing Verify technician needs Received Calls technician and clients use Copying trouble ticket in BZV-test to dispatch Email to PCR/ID and Closing Verify technician needs Received Calls Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes Fieldwork/assist with Edison Dalangin 8:00 5:00 8 1:00 5:00 4 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8
  • 23. October 5 October 12 View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Test DSL Speed Test telephone Field Work with Edison Dalangin and Glenn Field Work with Edison Dalangin and Glenn View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Verify technician needs 8:00 5:00 8 8:00 5:00 8 October 14 Received calls Verify technician needs 1:00 5:00 4 October 15 View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Verify technician needs 8:00 5:00 8
  • 24. Weekly Time Report Week 1 June 17-22, 2013 No. of Hours: 48 Activities: Orientation about MDF Observing in Employee work Continuing Orientation Learning about MDF like terminating wire Teach on clarity system Field work/checking trouble wiring Joining event Updates Ports at cabinet 205 Searching for busy tones in cab.205 Week 2 June 24, 25 and 25 No. of Hours: 24 Activities: Copying tickets with OJT Organize wire Answering telephone
  • 25. Week 3 July 1,2 and 6 No. of Hours:24 Activities: Copying tickets Answering Telephone technician /client gets some clients information Week 4 July 8,9,12 and 13 No. of Hours:28 Activities: Copying tickets(Alitagtag) Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying tickets(Bauan) Copying trouble tickets at BZV-MCT-maintenance Week 5 July 15, 16, 17 and 20 No. of Hours: 28 Activities: Copying trouble tickets(Bauan) Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Copying trouble tickets Updates ATT(alitagtag) Nodes Join Events
  • 26. Week 6 July 22, 23, 26 and 27, 2013 No. of Hours: 32 Activities: Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Week 7 July 29, 30, and August 3, 2013 No. of Hours: 24 Activities: Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Week 8 August 5, 6,9,10, 2013 No. of Hours: 40 Activities: Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Test Telephone Port on Frame Copying trouble ticket in BZV-ICT Email/close some ticket
  • 27. Week 9 August 12, 13, 16, 17, 2013 No. of Hours: 28 Activities: Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call throw for clients Fieldwork/assist Test Telephone Port in Frame Checks /test DSL port in frame Week 10 August 20, 21, and 24, 2013 No. of Hours: 28 Activities: Copy trouble tickets Test DSL Trouble tickets Verify clarity tickets Received Calls Email in Luzon voice Test DSL ticket with OJT Field Work with Gil de la Roca Week 11 August 26, 30, and 31, 2013 No. of Hours: 24 Activities: Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Call outs
  • 28. Received calls Test some telephone trouble Field work/assists with Sir GericoDalangin Week 12 September 2, 3, 5, 6and 7, 2013 No. of Hours: 40 Activities: Copying trouble tickets Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Fieldwork/assist with Edison Dalangin Test telephonetrouble in Mdf room Call throw for clients Week 13 September 9, 10, 12, 13and 14, 2013 No. of Hours: 40 Activities: Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Answering Telephone for technician use/clients information Call outs for clients Email to PCR/ID and Close Verify technician needs Field work with sir Duke, change DP008 Field Work with Edison Dalangin at Bacal Compound
  • 29. Week 14 September 16, 17, 18, and 20, 2013 No. of Hours: 32 Activities: Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Verify technician needs Copying trouble ticket in BZV-ICT to dispatch Email to Luzon-voice for PCR/ID and its closing Field Work with Edison Dalangin and Glenn Week 15 September 24, 27 and 28, 2013 No. of Hours: 20 Activities: Listed trouble tickets alitagtag area to dispatch for repair Calls Outs Received Calls technician and clients use Email ticket at DSL-Luzon and Luzon Voice Week 16 September 30, October 1 and 5, 2013 No. of Hours: 20 Activities: Listed trouble tickets to dispatch for repair Email to PCR/ID and Closing Verify technician needs
  • 30. Received Calls technician and clients use Copying trouble ticket in BZV-test to dispatch Email to PCR/ID and Closing Verify technician needs Received Calls Search in ATT and Bauan Nodes Fieldwork/assist with Edison Dalangin Week 17 October 8 and 12, 2013 No. of Hours: 20 Activities: View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs Received calls Verify technician needs Email to PCR/ID and Closing Field Work with Edison Dalangin and Glenn Week 18 October 8 and 12, 15, 2013 No. of Hours: 4 Activities: Received calls Verify technician needs Email to PCR/ID and Closing View tickets using E-RAT and Clarity Listed tickets Call outs
  • 31. FINAL WRITTEN REPORT Scope of Work The trainee works in office room and fields where in troubleshooting of data and voice, installation of software, maintaining data back-up, formatting and monitoring what the students are doing in the computer compose the trainee’s task. Objective The purpose of the program is to provide the trainee with aptitude, competence, awareness in the real workplace, and to develop skills relevant to the trainee’s profession. The said program had given the trainee sufficient time to be familiar with the regular work setting and so as to train themselves as normal employees. Timetable The training was meant to educate and prepare the trainee in actual work in the institution. Actual tasks were given when needed. Some of the tasks have to be accomplished in definite time and with maximum supervision. The training was taken only within 62 days which started on June 17and ended on October 15, 2013. Results/Accomplishment The trainee had a lot of actual work like computer troubleshooting which includes basic problems particularly data connection problems, voice connection problems, among others. Troubleshooting was the main task assigned to him. The trainee was subjected to the real work environment and therefore had familiarized himself with the work proper and now has the skill to troubleshoot those kinds of problems without an aid.
  • 32. Problems Encountered The trainee had encountered some problems particularly when troubleshooting a data and voice connection failure and sometimes cannot find a solution. Conclusion and Recommendation On-the-Job Training is indeed vital and necessary to students because the program expands the students’ knowledge as it helps the students explore their skills in the actual work area. OJT is the launching step to a students’ knowledge actual working experience. The trainee can practice applying the lessons learned from the years of formal education and discovers that there are still a lot more to learn from the actual working field. Moreover, OJT serves as a source of man power for enterprise by having the privilege of hiring students that are fresh-minded, intellectually updated, goal oriented and are not yet expecting high salaries. OJT serves best by exposing the students to potential employers and the possibility of being hired depending on the needs of the company and in terms with the trainees’ performance as well. With these observations, I stand for OJT to be a compulsory requirement for graduating students of every field of endeavor from different colleges and universities locally and internationally. Narrative Report I’ve taken my OJT (On-The-Job Training) this academic year 2013at Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (Bauan Branch). It lasted for 62 working days and includes the following activities: I’ve been working in the MDF department, I have learned many things about PLDT, how it’s operates and why this company is still one of the biggest telecommunication company not only in Batangasbut in the Philippines. For my staying at PLDT I learned to be patience, discipline, and communicate to others and to be courage to accomplish this tasks (OJT), newly people I have met, new location and I am not familiar, I have no idea for this kind of work and how I accommodate to other workers ,to handle troubles and problem that I encounter not only in the fieldtelecommunication but also physically and mentally problem.
  • 33. As Information technology student I practiced to be organized, handling mytime, broadening my skills not only in terms of Computer, but also in the field of works. On the Job Training is the best way to adapt person in a new environment to be train andprepared in a real worksite. As a former trainee (OJT) of PLDT, I can merely say that I’ve experience how my field of work flows, basic office works, to be productive, developed more skill how to be confident and self-esteemed.
  • 34. Ralp Joseph de Guzman Natunuan South, San Pascual, Batangas Cell phone Number: 0948-730-155 E-mail Address: deguzmanralpjoseph@yahoo.com _____________________________________________________________ PERSONAL DATA: Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Height: Weight: Religion: Civil Status: Citizenship: Gender: Mother's Name: Parent’s Address: Language or Dialect Spoken and Written: January 14, 1993 Natunuan South, San Pascual, Batangas 5'6 121 lb. Roman Catholic Single Filipino Male Virginia de Guzman Occupation: Housewife Natunuan South, San Pascual, Batangas English and Filipino EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT: Tertiary: AMA Computer College-Batangas Bachelor of Science in Information Technology National Road, Bolbok, Batangas City Secondary: Francisco G. Perez Memorial National High School Natunuan South, San Pascual, Batangas 2009-2010 Elementary: Natunuan South Elementary School Natunuan South, San Pascual, Batangas 2005-2006 SPECIAL SKILLS: Computer literate (Microsoft word, Microsoft excel, Microsoft access, PowerPoint) Basic Photoshop editing Basic animation using macromedia flash Website designing using HTML, XML, DREAMWEAVER Installing software in PC
  • 35. SEMINAR and CONFERENCE ATTENDED: Batangas Information Technology Student’s Conference 2013 -February 09, 2013 at Batangas City, Coliseum Youth for Information Technology XI – September 17, 2013 at SMX Convention Center, Pasay City EXPERIENCE: Disc jockey Trainee at Bay Radio 104.7 FM –Batangas last January-March 2011 CHARACTER REFERENCES: Mr. Melvin Caseda School Director AMA Computer College-Batangas Mr. Rogelio Panopio Barangay Captain Natunuan South, San Pascual, Bats Mrs. Aimee M.Gonzales Math Teacher/Adviser (4th year) FGPMNHS I hereby certify that the above information are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. RALP JOSEPH DE GUZMAN Applicant's Signature