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  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. 2 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 Laguna State Polytechnic University supports the on-the-job training programs of the College of Arts and Sciences to uplift the morale, productivity and professionalism of the aspiring employees under the Information Technology Program of this university. Historical Background of the Company The following years shows the important events that took place over the Philippine Regulation Commission. 1973 The PRC is created with the signing of Presidential Decree No. 223 on June 22, 1973 by President Ferdinand E. Marcos. 1974 Architect Eric C. Nubla assumes office as the first PRC Commissioner on January 2, 1974. The PRC Coat-of-Arms designed by the Heraldry Commission is officially adopted on February 1. The burned CSC building at P. Paredes St. is
  3. 3. 3 solicited by PRC for its use on February 12. The structure later became the PRC Main Building. PRC starts issuing certificates of registration in Filipino with English translation. Proclamation No. 1276 is issued declaring June 22 to 29 of the year as "Professional Consciousness Week." Computerization of the database of registered professionals starts with the assistance of the National Computer Center. The Implementing Rules and Regulations of P.D. 223 are promulgated on December 9. 1975 PRC starts issuance of computer-printed registration cards with one-year validity. PRC starts accrediting professional organizations. 1976 PRC enters into an agreement with the Civil Service Commission in August to register all board examination passers as civil service eligibles pursuant to R.A. 1080, as amended. 1977 PRC starts issuing registration cards valid for 3 years pursuant to Letter of Instruction No. 567. PRC confers the first "Outstanding Professional of the Year" awards to professionals. Proclamation No. 1646 is issued declaring June 22-29 of every year as "Professional Consciousness Week." 1981 PRC Annex Building is inaugurated.
  4. 4. 4 1982 PRBs begins mass oathtaking ceremonies of new professionals. The Specialty Board of Interior Design under the Board of Architecture is created. 1983 The Specialty Board of Landscape Architecture under the Board of Architecture is created. 1984 Two microcomputers are acquired to start off computerization of Application, Registration and Examination System. 1986 Hon. Julio B. Francia assumes office as new Commission Chairman and launches drive against graft and corruption. 1987 PRC creates database of applicants for examination. 1988 Board of Accountancy starts monitoring of performance of schools on licensure examinations. 1990 Partially-computerized licensure examinations start with the August physician licensure examinations using computerized answer sheets.
  5. 5. 5 1991 Partially-computerized licensure examinations are held for midwives, accountants, medical technologists, and nurses. Executive Order No. 496 is signed, instituting procedures and criteria for selection and recommendation to vacant positions in PRBs. 1992 Hon. Hermogenes P. Pobre assumes office as third Commission Chairman. PRC directs continuing professional education for all professions. PRC resumes conferment of "Outstanding Professional of the Year" awards which was stopped from 1986-1991. PRC formulates Information System Strategic Plan to computerize vital agency operations with assistance from the Development Academy of the Philippines. Enhanced partial computerization of licensure examinations is implemented for marine deck and engine officers. PRC develops Test Questions Databank System. The first Commission Planning Conference is held. 1994 Enhanced partial computerization was institutionalized for all licensure examinations with issuance of Executive Order No. 200. Computerized application forms are pilot-tested in the CPA licensure examination. PRC starts conferment of "Outstanding Accredited Professional Organization of the Year" award.
  6. 6. 6 R.A. 7836 (Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act) is enacted, transferring the regulation of the teaching profession from the Civil Service Commission to PRC. 1995 Examination results are released in an average of 14.4 days from 70 days in 1994. PRC monitors performance of schools in licensure examinations. The Office for Professional Teachers is established. President Fidel Ramos issues Executive Order No. 266 on July 25 institutionalizing CPE and making it mandatory for the renewal of professional license. 1996 Field offices in Baguio and Cebu become fully operational. Offices in Legaspi, Cagayan de Oro and Davao are established. First licensure examination for teachers is administered to 97,560 examinees. Administrative Order No. 260 is issued in March further strengthening the CPE Councils by attaching them to the PRBs and providing for their personnel complement and Trust Fund. The Office of the CPE Councils is inaugurated on September 11. PRC proposes mutual recognition of professional licenses among ASEAN countries through individual evaluation of bilateral Mutual Recognition Agreement at the 5th Meeting of the Coordinating Council for Services in Jakarta, Indonesia in August.
  7. 7. 7 1997 A survey to gauge public awareness and perception towards the PRC is conducted nationwide. Licensure examination results are released in an average of 5 days. Guests from Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Mongolia visit the PRC to observe the computerized examinations and CPE programs. 1998 The PRC Vision and Mission is adopted during the Annual Planning Conference. PRC proposes amendment of P.D. 223. The Maritime Affairs Office (Marine Deck and Marine Engineer Officers Divisions and International Affairs Division) is created to cater exclusively to merchant marine officers. The PRC-CHED Educational Statistics Task Force is created to monitor performance of schools in licensure examinations. The Memorabilia and PABE library are constructed. 1999 PRC is formally awarded the ISO 9002 Certification by the Anglo- Japanes-American Environmental Quality and Safety Certification Services for the licensing and certification of marine deck and engineer officers. The database of marine officers is established in compliance with R.A. 8544. PRC signs memoranda of agreement with some colleges and universities in Manila to ferret non-qualified examinees with fake documents.
  8. 8. 8 PRC launches its website in tie-up an application service provider. Information dissemination campaign on CPE, licensure examinations, and test questions databanking system is conducted. 2000 The PRC Modernization Act is enacted into law on December 5. 2001 Commissioner Alfonso G. Abad assumed office as Acting Chairman in February. The Implementing Rules and Regulations of R.A. 8981 are adopted in February 15. Hon. Antonieta Fortuna-Ibe assumed office as the first lady Chairperson on August 1. New Thrusts and Priorities are adopted. Processing of professional IDs is reduced from 6 months in August to only 10 days at the end of the year. PRC starts streamlining of systems and procedures and improvement of basic facilities. PRC streamlined procurement system with the creation of a new Bids and Awards Committee. PRC declares all-out war against syndicates and fixers. The first-ever bomb, fire and earthquake drill is conducted in April. The new accounting curriculum is approved by CHED. The Philippines is authorized to operate the APEC Engineer Register in October 19. 2002 PRC fully complied with the February 1, 2002 deadline by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the revalidation of the 1978 Standards for Training, Certification and Watch keeping or STCW Convention Certificates.
  9. 9. 9 The "Code of Good Governance for the Profession in the Philippines" and the "Good Governance Code of Ethics for PRBs and PRC Officials and Employees" are adopted on June 17. PRC meets IMO deadline on on-line verification for maritime professionals which can be accessed by flag and administrations. The Government-Private Networking for Good Governance is conducted on September 16 where memoranda of agreement were signed with 18 institutions. A Special Lane is created in November to cater exclusively for nurses and overseas contract workers. PRC starts to formulate agency annual budget using Zero-Based Budgeting. PRC fully implements Electronic Procurement System. PRC implement bidding for services.
  10. 10. 10 Vision/Mission/Objectives of the Company Vision The Professional Regulation Commission is the instrument of the Filipino people in securing for the nation a reliable, trustworthy and progressive system of determining the competence of professionals by credible and valid licensure examinations and standards of professional practice that are globally recognized. Mission To deliberately, scientifically and consistently determine the competence of professionals through the provision of professional standards and judicious issuance of professional license. Core Values P – Professionalism and Integrity R– Responsibility, Unity and Accountability C – Competence and Excellence
  11. 11. Organizational Chart of the Company 11 Figure 1. Organizational Chart of Professional Regulation Commission
  12. 12. 12 Department/Division/Section Information Communication Technology (ICT) Division is the main base of computer and servers of all the company’s network connections. It is the technical and the center of the walk-in examination of the company. In this division is where all the editing and submission of all data for the examination results. Also the ICT is the one that is responsible for the editing and changing the company’s website. All of the PRC’s branches are also monitored in here. Figure 2. ICT Division Organizational Chart
  13. 13. 13 Personnel In-Charge and Designation Mrs. Maridel Gomez – Website Administrator – She was born on the 9th of January 1981. Her educational attainment, she graduated at Divine Word College of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro 1997 when she is in high school and in University of the East 2002. She is a God-fearing and patriotic person. She was employed at the Professional Regulation Commission as a website administrator. She was very committed to her work. Mrs. Elvira Arellano – Assistant Website Administrator –She was born at the 11th of November 1971. At her educational attainment, she graduated at Novaliches High School, Quezon City, Manila 1984. She is a God-fearing, kind, selfless, and patriotic person. She was employed at the Professional Regulation Commission as website administrator. She was very committed to her work. Inclusive Dates of Training The student trainee started his OJT on the day of Monday, December 1, 2009 and finished on the day of Friday, February 18, 2010.
  14. 14. 14 Chapter 2 IN-PLANT TRAINING PROGRAM In plant training is a compulsory part in the academic duration of College of Arts and Sciences Information Technology Degree and Diploma 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 student’s 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 their 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.
  15. 15. 15 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 Monday 1. Sorting of examinations papers. 8:00 – 12:00 2. Editing images to be posted at the PRC website. 3. Editing the website and posting 1:00 – 5:00 the edited images at the site. 4. Filing the sorted examination results. Tuesday 1. Sorting of examinations papers. 8:00 – 12:00 2. Editing images to be posted at the PRC website. 3. Editing the website and posting 1:00 – 5:00 the edited images at the site. 4. Filing the sorted examination results. Wednesday 1. Sorting of examinations papers. 8:00 – 12:00 2. Editing images to be posted at the PRC website. 3. Editing the website and posting 1:00 – 5:00 the edited images at the site. 4. Filing the sorted examination results.
  16. 16. 16 Thursday 1. Sorting of examinations papers. 8:00 – 12:00 2. Editing images to be posted at the PRC website. 3. Editing the website and posting 1:00 – 5:00 the edited images at the site. 4. Filing the sorted examination results. Friday 1. Sorting of examinations papers. 8:00 – 12:00 2. Editing images to be posted the website. 3. Editing the website and posting 1:00 – 5:00 the edited images at the site. 4. Filing the sorted examination results. Areas of Training Since PRC is a government agency, 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.
  17. 17. 17 Function and Duties of Employees ICT division 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 personnel’s 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 company’s 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 it’ll be given to the commisioners 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 maintainance and installation of requested items and equipments.
  18. 18. 18 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.
  19. 19. 19 List of References in the Company Library The table below shows the available manual or handbook as references of individual employee pertaining to the policies and guidelines set forth by the organization. Table 2. Company Library References. Company References Description PRC’s On-the-Job Contains the vission/mission and brief history of Handbook Professional Regulation Commission. The commitment of the student trainees, the policies of the company for the student trainees. Here is the listing of the rights, priviledges and the benefits of the trainees. PRC’s Rules, Policies and Contains the vission/mission and brief history of Rights Manual the Professional Regulation Commission. The commitment of the company’s employees and staffs, the policies of the company for all the employees of the company. Here is the listing of the rights, priviledges and benefits of the employees. PRC’s Official Website This is the official website of the company where (http://www.prc.gov.ph) the instructions, files needed, examination results were posted. PRC’s Chronicles This is a magazine that the PRC provided for the news and the events happened on the current month or year.
  20. 20. 20 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. DECEMBER 2009 DATE JOB DESCRIPTION December 1, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results into a folder. Note: • This is the very first day of the trainee. • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 2, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results into a folder. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 3, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results into a folder. 3. Took the results on the Marine Deck Office Division for the received copy. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 4, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results into a folder. 3. Took the results on the Marine Deck Office Division for the received copy. 4. Edited images for the website. Note: • The trainee is borrowed by the ICT-
  21. 21. 21 Application for encoding files for the next week’s examination. • Earned six (6) training hours. December 8, 2009 1. Encoded files of all the applicants for the examination. Note: • The employees on the division are very serious; they don’t have time for others. • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 9, 2009 1. Checked the files before encoding it. 2. Encoded the files of the applicants for the next examination. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 10, 2009 1. Checked the applicants’ files. 2. Encoded the applicants’ files. Note: • This work is a continuation of yesterday’s job. • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 11, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. Note: • The trainee went back to ICT Division. • Earned six (6) training hours. December 15, 2009 1. Re-formatted 2 computers from application and registration division and software installations. 2. Sorted the examination results. Note: • The first day of technical works.
  22. 22. 22 • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 16, 2009 1. Re-formatted 1 computer from application division and software installations. 2. Sorted the examination results. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 17, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results. 3. Took the examination results for received copy. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. December 18, 2009 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results. Note: • This day is PRC’s Christmas party. • Earned eight (8) training hours. • Earned a total of ninety two training (92) hours for this month of December.
  23. 23. 23 JANUARY 2010 DATE JOB DESCRIPTION January 4, 2010 1. Sorted and filed the examination results for the received copy at the Marine Engineer Office Deck (MEOD). 2. Edited photos and helped the website administrator on editing the website contents. Note: • New Year’s first day of training with lots of work. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 5, 2010 1. Edited photos and helped the website administrator on editing the website contents. 2. Editing the html of the website with the assistance of the website administrator. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 6, 2010 1. Edited the website photos and interfaces using notepad as the editing software. 2. Created new image banner for the website. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 7, 2010 1. Edited the homepage of the website, created new features and functions. 2. Assisted the website administrator in uploading files and examination results on the website. 3. Sorted the examination results. 4. Filed the examination results. 5. Took the examination results for received copy. Note:
  24. 24. 24 • A very exhausting day. Full of work from different personnel. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 11, 2010 1. Edited the other pages of the website. 2. Sorted the examination results. 3. Filed the examination results. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 12, 2010 1. Sorted of examination results. 2. Filed the examination results. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 13, 2010 1. Edited the examination results. 2. Filed the examination results. 3. Took the examination results for the received copy. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 14, 2010 1. Assigned as to maintain the order of all the things in the office while the supervisors are on travel order. 2. The trainee’s work was sorting examination results. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 15, 2010 1. Edited other images of the web pages. 2. Sorted the examination results and filed it for the received copy on Marine Engineer Office Deck (MEOD). Note:
  25. 25. 25 • The trainee got confused on the offices because there have been changes in the structure of the offices. • Earned seven (7) training hours. January 18, 2010 1. Sorted and filed the examination results. 2. Received the nursing examination results from the Philippine Association of Professional Regulatory Boards (PAPRB). 3. Verified examination results. Note: • The trainee learned how to use the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 19, 2010 1. In-charge on editing the website. 2. In-charge of the database and the verification of the nursing examination results. Note: • The trainee had been in-charge of the computers in the office. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 20, 2010 1. The trainee did the work/job of their supervisor in editing the contents of the website. 2. Edited pictures uploaded for the conference and needed for the tarpaulin. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 21, 2010 1. Sorted files and examination results. 2. Filed the sorted examination results for received copy.
  26. 26. 26 3. Assisted the website administrator on uploading files unto website. Note: • The trainee’s supervisors returned to the office. • The trainee experienced the hard work. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 25, 2010 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the sorted examination results for received copy. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 26, 2010 1. Sorted the examination results. 2. Filed the sorted examination results for the reference of the registration division. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 27, 2010 1. Encoded the files of the past employees of the company. Note: • The trainee was temporarily assigned at the HR Division. • The room temperature was very cold. It caused the trainee a sore throat. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 28, 2010 1. Encoded pass slips of all the employees of the company. Note:
  27. 27. 27 • The trainee has sore throat this day. • Earned eight (8) training hours. January 29, 2010 1. Encoded the files and profile of the employees. Note: • This was the last day of the trainee in the HR Division. • Earned five (5) training hours. • Earned a total of one hundred forty training (140) hours for this month of January. FEBRUARY 2010 DATE JOB DESCRIPTION February 1, 2010 1. Pulled out computers from application, registration and ict-application division. 2. Formatted the computers that were pulled-out. Note: • This is the trainee’s first day to pull-out the computers from different divisions. • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 2, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Helped in editing the PRC website. 3. Stayed for the maintenance of the computers that are being used on the office. Note: • The trainee stayed for long hours at the company. • Earned eleven (11) training hours. February 3, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Stayed for the maintenance of the computers that are being used on the office.
  28. 28. 28 Note: • The 2nd time around that the trainee stayed for long hours at the company. • Earned eleven (11) training hours. February 4, 2010 1. Helped in editing the PRC website. 2. Stayed for the maintenance of the computers that are being used on the office. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 8, 2010 1. Helped in editing the PRC website. 2. Stayed for the maintenance of the computers that are being used on the office. 3. Verified the results of who passed the examination. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 9, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Helped in editing the PRC website. 3. Verified the results of who passed the examination. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 10, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Verified the results of who passed the examination. Note: • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 11, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Helped in editing the PRC website. 3. Scanned pictures of the employees.
  29. 29. 29 Note: • The trainee used the scanner of the technical supervisor. • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 15, 2010 1. Sorted and filed examination results. 2. Helped in editing the PRC website. 3. Sorted and checked for errors on office orders. Note: • The trainee’s first time to edit and correct the office order of the company. • Earned eight (8) training hours. February 16, 2010 1. Helped in editing the PRC website. 2. Verified the results of who passed the examination. 3. Checked for errors on all to be posted office orders for the website. Note: • For the third time, the trainee stayed for long hours at the company. • Earned eleven (11) training hours. February 17, 2010 1. Helped in editing the PRC website. 2. Re-formatted 1 computer from the division of registration and installed it with the updates of that specific unit. Note: • For the last time, the trainee stayed for a long time at the company. • Earned eleven (11) training hours. February 18, 2010 1. Encoded files for the website. 2. Sorted examination results.
  30. 30. 30 Note: • This was the trainee’s last day of training in the company. • Earned one (1) training hours.
  31. 31. 31 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 encode using any of the Microsoft Office and Open Office 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 trainee also become literate in using Adobe Photoshop. The agency teached the trainee how to edit their website using the html and the webpage extension filename (.asp). 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), photo copier (Toshiba xerox machine), and the telephone.
  32. 32. 32 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. d. 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 trainee’s best experience because of he don’t have any background in using html. e. Evidence of Background Preparation The trainee attended local and national seminars and workshops like the Y4IT seminar held in UP Diliman, seminar in PC Installation of operating system and other software held at the Laguna State Polytechnic University Siniloan Campus, On-the-Job Training orientation seminar held at the mini- theatre of the LSPU Siniloan Campus. 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.
  33. 33. 33 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 he’ll 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 it’s 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.
  34. 34. 34 Chapter 5 RECOMMENDATIONS In this chapter, the student trainee shares the insights toward how the on-the-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 co- workers. 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.
  35. 35. 35 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 trainee’s training time. This report recommended that the duration time of the On-the-Job 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.

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