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Lyceum of the Philippines University

Statement of Mission

The Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) guided by its motto Veritas et Fortitudo believes
in developing God-loving persons, imbued with the spirit of service, love for truth, enlightened and
assertive nationalism, and a high sense of moral integrity,

The Lyceum of the Philippines University, inspired by the ideals of its founder Jose P. Laurel, is
committed to the formation of the integral person responsive to the national development goals of the
Philippines and aspirations of the global community.

Statement of Vision

The Lyceum of the Philippines University envisions itself as a Center of Academic Excellence
where inter-active teaching and learning take place under an atmosphere of openness to new ideas;
where learners are nurtured towards creative thinking and innovative responses to challenges arising
from environment; where the teachers teach from the strength of their education and practice; and where
the demands of society and the fields of work are seriously considered as inputs into the academic
marketplace.

Core Values promoted and sustained:


1. Truth
2. Fortitude
3. Nationalism
4. Moral Integrity
5. Service to others
6. Teamwork

Awit ng Lyceum

Lyceum ng Pilipinas,
Tanglaw ng puso't diwa,
Pamana mo'y bubuhayin,
Ningning mo'y di magmamamaliw,

Landas ka ng karunungan,
Mithi mo'y katotohanan,
Sagisag mo'y dakila,
Lyceum na mahal,

Lyceum ng Pilipinas,
Tibay at pananalig,
Timbulan ka ng pag-asa,
Liwanag na walang maliw

Damdamin mo'y makabayan,


Pugad ka ng kagitingan,
Diwa mo'y dakila,
(Lyceum na minamahal)

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Practicum Manual

Prepared by:
Ma. Christina G. Aquino
Roxanne Asuncion
Julieta Lourdes Indias
Rosette Ramos
Evelyn M. Tadlas

Updated by:
Maria Fatima Meneses

Edited by:
Dr. Felicitas V. Sicam

January 2010

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College of International Hospitality Management

In keeping with the school’s Vision, Mission, Objectives of the school, the CIHM has formulated
its own Vision, Mission and Objectives.

1. Vision
To be the center of academic excellence in hospitality education in the areas of tourism, hotel and
restaurant, and cruise line management.

2. Mission
To provide the local and global hospitality industry with quality formed integral professionals and
or entrepreneurs who are knowledgeable, skillful and value laden.

3. Objectives
As a center of excellence for the hospitality industry, the CIHM is committed to achieve the
following objectives:

a. Students
To satisfy students with internationally responsive, relevant, and innovative curricular
programs, institutional facilities, qualified instructors, and intensive practical training for better
work and business opportunities;

b. Faculty and Staff


To provide the faculty and employees with a professional organizational climate,
career development within the college, and a competitive compensation and benefits so that
they may achieve personal and professional fulfillment that will harness the maximum
potentials of the individual;

c. Industry
To respond to the needs of the hospitality industry for knowledgeable, skillful, and
professional graduates;

d. Community
To undertake hospitality industry relevant advocacies in the research and extension
activities of the college that will benefit chosen communities of the college.

Value Description
Truthfulness Be truthful in all undertakings, whether personal or professional.

Nationalism Enlightened and assertive in appreciating all elements of tourism -


history, national costume, language, religion, tradition, handicrafts,
gastronomy, arts, music and painting, industry, leisure activities,
educational system and architecture.

Social Responsibility Share with marginalized members of the chosen community activities
that will improve their way of life.

Moral Integrity Be consistent in applying principles of rightness or wrongness in all


actions, words and thoughts.

Fortitude Courage to face all the personal and professional challenges.

Teamwork Working with others in the pursuit of common goals.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter Title Page


1 Introduction

2 Course Description
A. Types of Practicum Training
B. Pre-requisites
C. Required Training Areas

3 Objectives of the Practicum Program

4 Requirements of the Course


A. Documents
B. Orientation and Briefing
C. Practicum Training Agreement
D. Placement Procedures
E. Alternate Practicum Training Hours Credit
F. Performance Evaluation Reports
G. Logbook
H. Certification
I. Final Permit
J. Practicum Report
K. Course Requirements Breakdown
L. Grade Point Equivalent
M. Incomplete Grade
N. Grade of 5.0 / Failed

5 Placement Procedures
A. Placement Initial Assignment
B. Interviews
C. After Confirmed Placements
D. Prior to the Start of Practicum Training
E. International Practicum Training
F. Responsibilities of the Student
G. Responsibilities of the Practicum Group
H. Responsibilities of the Practicum Coordinator of the
Participating Training Establishment
I. Some Important Dates

6 Practicum Report
A. Suggested Outline

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B. Guidelines in the Report Preparation

List of Appendices

Number Title Page


1.A Curriculum of BSHRM
1.B Curriculum of BSHRM specializing in Cruise Line
1.C Curriculum of BS Tourism

2 Application Form for Practicum

3 Practicum Training Agreement

4 Sample Format of Resume

5 Sample. Letter of Recommendation

6 Sample Acceptance Form

7 Training Program

8 Performance Evaluation Form

9 Performance Evaluation Monitoring Form

10 Logsheet sample

11 Clearance form for International Practicum Placements

12 Certification of Received Copy

13 Practicum Field Visit Report

14 Summary Of Practicum Field Visit Report

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

The curricula leading to Bachelor in Science in Hotel and Restaurant


Management, BS HRM specializing in Cruise Line and BS in Tourism are designed to
prepare Lyceum of the Philippines University students for various employment in the
hospitality industry (tourism, hotel, restaurant, travel agency, airlines, resorts) and other
related operations. Supervised work experience or practicum training may happen in
the various sectors of the local and international hospitality industry.

This manual serves as a guide for students, faculty and participating sector of the
hospitality industry and other training institutions, to make the practicum more
enhancing, meaningful and relevant.

It contains among others, a description of the program, course requirements, and


the responsibilities of the three participants - the students, the school and the
participating institutions. The procedures, forms, report format and inclusions, as well
as relevant information regarding practicum, have been included in the manual to guide
all concerned on the requirements necessary to complete the program.

The student should consider the practicum training as a rare opportunity for
him/her to learn several aspects of the trade and to discover his/her potential in a
particular field of interest that would be utilized after he/she graduates form school.

On the other hand, partner-institutions contribute immensely to the personal


development of the students. Furthermore, practicum training contributes to Lyceum’s
vision to enhance its quality of education and develop its students holistically.

One vital role of the school is to equip the student with the needed skills, values
and knowledge so that he/she will be able to cope with the fast-changing trend in the
hospitality industry.

Thus, this manual will serve as a directional guide to all students who are
pursuing towards this profession and to the institution and partner-trainers, who shall
always endeavor to give the graduates what they need to keep pace with new
developments in the hospitality industry.
CHAPTER 2

COURSE DESCRIPTION

During the practicum training, the students are assigned to participating tourism
sectors, such as hotels, resorts, restaurants, travel agencies, transportation companies
such as airline, cruiseline, land transport, theme parks, tourist destinations/attractions,
travel operators and other relevant places of work. While in the partner training
institutions, our students are given actual work experience in various departments that
may be determined and mutually agreed upon by the partner institution or the student
trainee.

A. Types of Practicum Training

The curriculum is designed such that students acquire basic concepts,


attitudes and skills progressively. The practicum training given to students vary
in hours, in areas of exposure as well as activities.

♦ At the end of 2nd year


♦ Students render more skill-related work in various areas
such as kitchen helper, housekeeping staff, waiter/waitress,
reservations staff.
♦ 3 units, 300 hours only
♦ may be assigned to various departments
♦ local placements only

♦ At the end of 4th year


♦ Students may render work that would require them some
limited decision making activities and maybe assigned to one area
only for the entire duration or may be given several departments.
♦ 3 units, 300 hours if half was rendered summer after their 2nd
year
♦ 6 units, 600 hours if no previous training was undertaken
♦ local or international placements

The curricula of the various programs offered in the CIHM can be found in
Appendix 1. These are good references for establishing foundational courses
that have been completed by students at the end of 2nd year or at the end of four
years.
B.Pre-Requisites

Students are encouraged to finish all academic requirements required in


the course curriculum (both for 2nd yr and 4th yr practicum period) before taking
practicum. These preliminary courses provide the students with basic concepts
and skills necessary for their work exposure. Without the foundational concepts
and skills, any type of practicum training will not be successful.

Furthermore, majority of the trainees usually get absorbed into the


participating establishments even during practicum training period. Hence,
employment opportunities like these may prevent them from eventually
complying with the unfinished academic requirements.

BB Required Training Areas:

Period BS HRM BSHRM sp CL BS Tourism


At the end of 2nd • Front Office • Front Office • Front Office
Year • Housekeepin • Housekeepin • Housekeepin
g g g
Note: students may train
in several areas • Dining Room • Dining Room • Dining Room
• Kitchen • Kitchen • Kitchen
• Bar • Bar • Bar
• Ticketing
/reservations
counter
• Tour Guiding
• Receptionist
At the end of 4th • Same as • Same as • Same as
year above above above
• Accounting • Accounting • Accounting
Note: students may train
• HRD • HRD • HRD
in several or in one area
only • Cost Control • Cost Control • Cost Control
• Marketing • Marketing • Marketing
• All other • All other • All other
areas that may areas that may areas that are
be relevant for be relevant for relevant for a
an HRM student an HRM-CL Tourism student
student
CHAPTER 3

OBJECTIVES OF PRACTICUM PROGRAM

The exposure to the different work situations is provided to enable students to


experience and observe the practical application of theories learned in the classroom.

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

1. Identify key positions in the hospitality industry and related operations to their
corresponding tasks and responsibilities;

2. Define the standard operational procedures in each of the department assigned;

3. Identify the equipment, facilities and lay-out design in each of the departments
assigned;

4. Perform required skills and techniques necessary in the execution of operational


procedures of the assigned area; and

5. Analyze and evaluate operational procedures in each assigned department and


recommend the appropriate course of action to be taken to improve procedures;

The students are encouraged to maximize their learning while they are
undertaking their practicum training. In some instances, information relevant for the
practicum report could be generated from documents found in the office or through
interviews with employees. It would be a good way of validating these information
through interviews with an officer of the establishment.

Practicum training may also be called on-the-job training, internship or


externship. Students must be observant and must be able to quickly learn tasks
required in the department.
CHAPTER 4
REQUIREMENTS OF THE COURSE

The following requirements were determined by the school administration as


basis for completing the practicum program. Students must be aware that the actual
training is not the only requirement of the course. The application period is usually set
three (3) months before the actual practicum semester. This will allow the Practicum
Chairman to conduct the orientation; check all submitted documents; and coordinate
for possible training sites.

Practicum applicants have to submit the following documents to the Practicum


Chairman during the application period.

A. Documents

1. Accomplished Application Form – Refer to Appendix 2

2. Accomplished Practicum Training Agreement – Refer to Appendix 3

3. Three (3) sets of Resume – See Appendix 4 for format; maximum of two
pages only

4. Four (4) pcs of 2”x2” colored photos – most recent and signed at the back
attached to the following:
a. Application form – Appendix 2
b. Resume, pasted on upper right corner

5. Three (3) sets of true copy of grades – Secure from the Office of the
Registrar. These will be attached to the letter of recommendation.

6. Certificate of Student Conduct – Secure from the Student Affairs Office.


Processing usually takes one week.

All of these documents are to be placed inside a long plastic envelope, with the
following information printed on the upper right-hand corner:
1. name of student, printed ALL CAPS, last name first
2. semester when practicum will be taken
3. checklist of items inside the envelope
a. accomplished application form with picture
b. accomplished practicum training agreement
c. CV with picture
d. true copy of grades
e. certificate of student conduct
f. a copy of the enrollment assessment form indicating their
enrollment in practicum
g. acceptance form
h. training program

B. Orientation and Briefing

After the application period, an orientation and a series of pre-practicum


seminars shall be set. Training expectations, guidelines, rules & regulations,
course requirements shall be discussed. An open forum provides a venue for
clarifications on certain issues.

Speakers from the industry and a former practicum student shall be invited
to share their insights, expectations and experiences.

Papers of students who attend the orientation and briefing activities shall
be processed for placement.

C. Practicum Training Agreement (Appendix 3)

A Training Agreement is signed by the student. This agreement indicates


the student’s choices for placement and some policies regarding the program.

The Training Agreement will require students to specify three (3) choices
of establishments.

These choices shall:


• Be an accredited institution which has a signed MOA with Lyceum.
This is coordinated by the Practicum Chairman;
• An establishment owned by the student or his family (up to the 2nd
degree) is not allowed for practicum placement of the student. This
restriction is made to give the student the chance to have the new
experiences and exposures.

D. Placement Procedures

1. The Practicum Faculty/Chair reviews accomplished practicum


application forms of all qualified students. The student may also opt to
look for his/her own placement at any pre- approved training partners.

2. The faculty / chair then assigns students based on the qualification


requirements of the various practicum training institutions.

3. The faculty prepares a letter of recommendation addressed to the


training institution practicum coordinator with the attached resume,
acceptance form and training program. (Refer to Appendices 3, 5, 6 & 7)
4. The practicum faculty arranges for an interview schedule and sends
the student to the interview site together with the documents.

5. Once the student has been accepted, he/she should submit the
acceptance letter from the institution together with the training program to
the practicum faculty/chair.

E. Alternate Practicum Training Hours Credit

In the course of the student’s stay in the university, he/she may have
various opportunities to earn alternate practicum training hours. Some of these,
but not limited to, are:

1. Basic Safety Training – is a requirement in the Cruise Line


Program. Students who undertake the complete basic safety training
and other related modules may earn up to a maximum of 150 hours.
A copy of the completed training certificate must be included in the
students’ one - page report detailing what was learned with
recommendations if any. For students in HRM and Tourism Programs
this may be an alternate practicum where they will earn the same
number of hours as stated.

2. Local/International Tours or Travel organized by the school – This


will be pre-advised by the practicum chair and a student will earn a
maximum of 150 hours depending on the tour. A copy of the certificate
of attendance must be included in the report with a one - page report
detailing what was learned and recommendations.

CREDITABLE HOURS:
• International Tours
o minimum of three days tour exclusive of pre-departure,
orientation
o 100 hours per tour
• Domestic Tours
o minimum of three days tour
o 50 hours per tour

3. Relevant work experience – This must be coordinated with the


practicum coordinator and a student must submit a certificate of
employment and an evaluation of his performance for the work
rendered as a requirement in enrolling in practicum. A maximum of
300 hours may be credited provided proof of work hours rendered is
shown by the student and is acceptable to the practicum chair/faculty.
The balance of 300 hours must be earned during the actual enrollment
of practicum.
4. All other activities which may be pre-approved by the
Dean/Practicum Chair

A maximum of three hundred hours or 50% of the required practicum


training hours may be earned through alternate practicum training hours. This
will only be credited upon submission of the required certifications and a one
page report detailing work undertaken with recommendations.

F. Performance Evaluation Reports (Appendix 8)

This form is given to designated evaluators of the hotel / restaurant, ONLY


if a student stayed in the section / department for at LEAST TWO (2) days.

Designated evaluator per section shall be assigned by the hotel/restaurant


practicum coordinator, who is usually a person from the Human Resource
Department. This contact person will be identified by the Practicum Chair once
placements have been confirmed.

Procedure

Responsibility Process

Student 1. Gives Performance Evaluation Form (PEF) Appendix


8 to designated Evaluator after finishing training in
that section/department

Evaluator 1. Fills up PEF and seals it


2. Forwards PEF to designated training institution
practicum coordinator

Training Institution 1. Receives PEF


Practicum 2. Verifies evaluator’s signature
Coordinator 3. Signs form opposite Evaluator’s signature
4. Forwards PEF to Practicum Faculty/Chair

Practicum 1. Collects PEF from the training institution practicum


Faculty/Chair coordinator at the end of each training period

The Practicum Faculty will provide the Training Institution Practicum


Coordinator with the plastic envelopes. This will be the temporary holding
envelope of accomplished performance evaluation forms prior to collection of the
school’s practicum faculty.

Students must monitor evaluators’ receipt of Performance Evaluation


Forms using Monitoring Sheet (Appendix 9).
• As a performance evaluation form is given out, the student fills up the
needed information in the DEPARTMENT’S NAME and EVALUATOR’S
NAME column.
• The student indicates the date on GIVEN ON column.
• Follow up with Training Institution Practicum Coordinator if said document
was forwarded to his/her office already after a day or two.
• If not yet, remind evaluators gently.
• If it has been received, then note the date on RECEIVED by column.

G. Logsheet (Appendix 10)

This is a daily record of the student’s observations and experiences. This is part
of the practicum report. It is advised that students get a small notebook, which
could be placed in their pockets for easy retrieval. Observations, problems,
strengths weakness, experiences could be noted as they happen. The entries in
the logbook will facilitate the practicum students remembering work undertaken
during specific periods when the student prepares the practicum report.

The student may opt to revise the journal , or he/she may use the form and write
the daily duties and observations and attach it to the report.

H. Certification

A certification with the logo issued by the Training Institution’s Practicum


Coordinator is submitted to LPU stating that the student has completed the
designated number of hours. The certification bears the dry seal, signed by the
HRD Director and / or the Practicum Coordinator of the participating training
institution.

A photocopy of this certification shall be submitted also together with the


practicum report, provided that such photocopy is certified true by the Practicum
Faculty/Chair upon presentation of the original. The copy is retained in the
report and the student may get the original certificate after the practicum
faculty/chair has reviewed the documents.

I. Final Permit

The student must submit together with all the requirements, a copy of the Final
Permit.

J. Criteria for Grading the Practicum Report

The practicum report shall be rated based on the following criteria:


1. Organization 10%
format, style and techniques
2. Content 20%
completeness of information
3. Visual Aids 10%
pictures, forms with correct labeling
4. Analysis 20%
critical evaluation of the standard
operating procedures, citing strengths and
weaknesses of section / departments
5. Recommendation 20%
feasible courses of action
6. Punctuality 10%
should be submitted 10 days after
the practicum ends
7. Neatness 10%
presentation, cleanliness_______________________________

TOTAL : 100%

K. Course Requirements Breakdown

The logbook, certificates of completion from the practicum training


institution, final permit and report should be submitted all together to facilitate
computation of grades.

The Performance Evaluation Forms from the practicum coordinator of the


participating establishments are collected by the Practicum FIC at the end of
each term. Or, it can be hand carried by the student. Performance evaluation
forms, which will be hand-carried by students to school, should be placed in a
sealed envelope with the signature of the Training Institution Practicum
Coordinator on the flap.

L. Final Grade and Grade Point Equivalent (G.P.E)

The final grade of the student is based on the following:

1. Practicum Report 30 pts.

2. Attendance and Participation in the


Orientation /Pre-Practicum Seminar 20 pts.

3. Practicum Training Institution Evaluation i.e. 30 pts


Performance Evaluation Form/s

4. Field Observation of Practicum FIC 20 pts.


TOTAL 100 pts.
Based on percentage received by students on the practicum requirements, a
student will receive a descriptive grade point equivalent using the following scale.

GPE % Remarks
1.00 99.00 High Pass
1.25 96.00
1.50 93.00
1.75 90.00 Pass
2.00 84.00
2.25 81.00
2.50 77.00
2.75 74.00
3.00 75.00
5.00 below 65 FAIL
Inc Incomplete. Indicate deficiency. Once deficiency has
been completed, the practicum faculty may give a
grade ranging from 1.00 to 5.00

M. Incomplete Grade

A student receives an incomplete (INC) grade if he fails to submit any or all of the
requirements as listed in section H of this Chapter.

1. Submit all course requirements with deficiency.

The grade of INC is lifted after the student submits all necessary
requirements.

Students must submit all requirements to the Practicum


Faculty/Chair with a cover letter explaining the circumstances.

The student must also submit an accomplished Completion Form,


and his Final Permit form (photocopy).

2. Completion Period

The student is given one semester to complete this deficiency. If


this deficiency is not changed within the time period, the student must re-
enroll and should make arrangements with the Practicum faculty or chair
regarding a new placement and/or other requirements.

For 1st semester enrollees – The student must complete one week
before the last day of encoding of grades for the 2nd semester

For 2nd semester and summer enrollees – He must complete one


week before the last day of encoding grades for 1st semester

N. A Grade of 5.0 / Fail

A student can get a grade of 5.0 / Fail due to the following reasons:

1. Termination of his / her training by the practicum training institution due to


either of the following: insubordination; excessive absences or tardiness
and others;

2. AWOL – (Absence w/out leave) – failure to report for training over an


extended period of time without advising both school and the practicum
training institution;

3. A general weighted average of 1.0 or poor in the student’s Personal


Evaluation Form;

4. Termination of the practicum training by the student for any reason and
without the proper advice or approval of the school practicum coordinator;
and

5. Undertaking practicum in an unauthorized place without prior approval of


the practicum faculty, chair or school authority.
CHAPTER 5

PLACEMENT PROCEDURES

There are a number of considerations which will determine the final placement
of students for their training. After submitting all application requirements, students
are recommended for interview in the participating practicum training institution.

A. Placement Initial Assignment

The assignment of students to different practicum training institution is based on:

1. cumulative grade point average


2. requirements of participating establishments
3. Student’s preference

A student’s cumulative grade point average is considered. Students with


higher grades have better chances of being assigned first to participating
establishments.

The placement of the student is greatly dependent on the requirements of


the individual establishments. Since training is expensive and requires time and
effort on the part of their employees, management, in most cases, would want to
ascertain the quality of student trainees for future employment.

The students’ choices placed in the Training Agreement will be


considered. The school will help coordinate with these establishments for the
training program. In the event these establishments will not accept student
trainees, the school shall coordinate with other establishments not included in the
list.
After all these considerations, the Practicum FIC recommends the
students for placement.

B. Interviews

Participating establishments shall set the schedule for interviews.


Students have to secure a letter of introduction and a copy of their bio-data and
transcript of records from the Practicum FIC before proceeding to the interview.
If the student is not accepted in his 1st choice, then he shall be sent to his 2nd or
3rd choice if needed. However, the school reserves the right to put him in an
establishment not necessarily of his choice should he be not accepted in his 1st
three choices, or should his choices be not available.
The school may put out a list of additional participating establishments for
the students other options.
C. After Confirmed Placements

After the students shall have received word on confirmed placement,


participating establishments may request any of the following:

1. Complete Medical Examination


This may include exams of stool, urine and/or physical
examination. Students must comply with these requirements at the
soonest possible time. Hotel/restaurants may refer students to a particular
medical center, or it may be the student’s choice, depending on the
practicum training institution.

2. Orientation & Schedule


The establishment usually schedules an orientation before the
start of training. Students will be properly informed and advised by the
establishments.

Participating establishments usually provide accepted practicum


students with a copy of their practicum schedule.

A copy of this schedule should be given to the Faculty Practicum


Coordinator at the soonest possible time, to guide her in periodic field
visits she makes.

3. Waiver
A practicum training institution may require a waiver form. This
document is signed by the student, the parent and/or school
representative.

4. NBI/Police Clearance/Additional ID picture/ Letter of Recommendation


The student submits these documents at the soonest possible time
to the practicum training institution.

D. Prior to the Start of Practicum Training

Students must submit to their practicum faculty a copy of their Enrollment


Advise Form (EAF) as proof of enrollment in practicum courses.

Students must submit the acceptance form and a copy of their training
program to their practicum faculty.

E. International Practicum Training

Students interested in international practicum training must coordinate


with the practicum faculty for submission of names to accredited training
partners. Processing will be similar to local placements except that there will be
additional interviews, orientation briefings and documentation requirements i.e.
passport processing, visa processing, psychological testing, medical
examinations, etc. .

Students who have been accepted for international practicum training


must accomplish a clearance form to ensure that all academic requirements for
the current semester have been completed with endorsement letter from
dean/practicum chair. Attach a copy of the EAF. Refer to Appendix 11.

F. Responsibilities of the Students

1. Observe the rules of etiquette and code of discipline of the participating


industry-partners at all time.
a. Treat supervisors with utmost courtesy.
b. Give the customers the appropriate service.
c. Develop one’s personality by being friendly coupled with modesty
and professionalism.

2. Observe the rules and regulations imposed by the hotel/restaurant.


a. Keep regular working hours.
b. Inform formally the coordinators of school and hotel/restaurant on
reason/s for absence/tardiness.

Call up the Practicum FIC or any official of LPU or CIHM through


the following contact details

Name Contact details


LPU Trunk line 5278251 to 56
CIHM
telefax 5272744
local 117
Name, Email address and contact number of
Dean

Practicum chair

Practicum faculty

Singapore Practicum Liaison officer

c. Follow policies on break periods, meals, etc.


d. Wear the required official uniform or attire of the hotel/restaurant.
e. Never take out any hotel/restaurant property (food, utensils, etc.).
f. Follow other rules and regulations prescribed by the training partner
g. Avoid smoking within hotel/restaurant premises.
3. Accept responsibilities and perform one’s duties as part of training and
experience.

4. Stay clear of employee problems and intrigues. A student whose training


is terminated by the practicum training institution for valid reason will have
to resume practicum training the following semester, after disciplinary
action shall have been taken.

5. Follow the practicum schedule. No student is allowed to disrupt the official


practicum schedule. Permission for leave of absence should be obtained
in writing from the Practicum Faculty and the training institution’s
practicum coordinator.

6. Meet attendance requirement of the school. A student who exceeds 20%


absence of the official training hours, based on the official training
schedule, will be subject to disciplinary action.

7. Disciplinary action shall be given for violation of the above rules and
regulations and for other forms of misdemeanor. After a thorough
investigation by the representative of school and the participating
hotel/restaurant, the disciplinary action can be in any of the following
forms:
a. written reprimand
b. suspension
c. termination

However, in some cases of misdemeanor (i.e. pilferage,


insubordination) the participating hotel/restaurant may decide on outright
“termination” depending on the gravity of the misdemeanor.

G. Responsibilities of the Lyceum Practicum Group


1. Practicum Chair
a. Solicit/Negotiate Practicum Placements
Coordinates for local practicum and foreign practicum
placements through negotiations with training partners and agencies. He
also prepares a Memorandum of Agreement/Understanding between LPU
and training partner/agent.

b. Plans a practicum application timetable


Process the applications of students in time for placements
for the different academic periods
♦ for 1st semester placement – start processing 2nd semester
♦ for 2nd semester placement – start processing 1st semester
♦ for summer placement – start processing 2nd semester

c. Plans the application process activities


♦ submission of practicum application form
♦ conduct of pre-practicum seminars (12 hours) that will
include submission of CV, mock interview, invited speakers (HRD,
practicum student, agent)
♦ preparation of letter of endorsement for practicum training of
students

d. Briefs practicum faculty members on practicum activities


♦ assignment of students to their respective sections
♦ collection of enrollment details prior to release of practicum
confirmation letters for training partners/agents
♦ site/field visitation procedures and reports
♦ submission of grades
♦ summary of findings

e. Reviews and evaluates the following


♦ field visit reports of practicum faculty members;
♦ performance of practicum faculty members;

f. Conducts random visits of faculty members handling practicum


assignments;

g. Submits to the Dean the following:


♦ a summary of practicum students, placements, duration of
training and a summary of local and foreign placements including
contact persons and contact details at the start of every semester
♦ evaluation/observation reports to the chairs and dean
regarding curriculum enhancements that may be needed to
improve in-house courses

h. Reviews tour proposals for credit of practicum hours training. A


student may credit a maximum of 300 hours or 50% of the required
practicum training hours in the curriculum. Credit will be recognized upon
submission of the following documents:
♦ Certificate of attendance (original and duplicate, original to
be returned after reviewing the document)
♦ A report containing details of the tour, things he/she learned,
reaction and comments on the tour

i. Coordinates the following


♦ appreciation party for all practicum partners once every year
♦ Invitation to practicum partners during university special
events i.e. university /foundation day celebrations
♦ all job opportunities that are brought to the attention of CIHM
and
♦ a semestral Job Fair for CIHM
j. To undertake employability and tracer studies of CIHM students
and graduates.

2. Duties and responsibilities of Faculty Member with Practicum Load


a. To conduct/facilitate Pre-practicum orientation/seminar
b. To coordinate Practicum placement
c. To undertake practicum visit. Accomplish field visit report. Refer to
Attachment 13.
d. To check reports and compute grades
e. Debriefing of students

H. Responsibilities of the Practicum Coordinator of the Participating Training


Establishment

1. Plans the student’s schedule of practicum work in the institution.

2. Orients the students on the practicum training institution’s:


a. objectives
b. organization
c. policies, rules and regulations particularly those that apply to the
student
d. personnel
e. facilities

3. Coordinates with the different department heads concerned (supervisors


to whom the student will report for each phase of practicum training
institution experience). Using Practicum Field Visit Report (refer to
Appendix 13) evaluates the student based on knowledge, skill and
attitude.

4. Acts as overall supervisor of the student in the practicum training


institution for the duration of the program and provides the necessary
assistance and materials to make the program effective.

5. Facilitates the evaluation of the student’s performance by the different


department heads/supervisors.

6. Verifies signatures in the Performance Evaluation Reports filed with the


respective students folder.

7. Submits the Performance Evaluation forms of student(s) to the practicum


coordinator.

8. Conveys to the practicum coordinator any problem/s, comment/s,


suggestion/s and other matters of concern regarding practicum.
9. Reports absence and tardiness of the student(s) (in case of absence, an
official excuse slip should be presented to the hotel coordinator by the
trainee).
a. Duration of the official training schedule shall be fixed and shall be
agreed upon by the school and practicum training institution’
coordinators. No extension shall be allowed except for special
cases as evaluated by the Faculty and Practicum Coordinator/s.

b. Training extensions without the knowledge of the faculty practicum


coordinators shall be considered null and void.

c. The hotel coordinator shall notify the practicum coordinator(s)


regarding request for extension of training made by the students.

10. Submit the monthly report using the form summary of practicum field visit
(Refer to Appendix 14) including the incidents, complaints from our
training partners to practicum chair.

11. Responsibility of Local Training Partner Entities (LTPE) and Foreign


Training Partners Entities (FTPE) for the SINGAPORE PRACTICUM
EXPERIENCE

a. Only CHED accredited and LPU recognized LTFE and FTPE will be
utilized by the school for practicum placements in Singapore.

b. To better understand the relationship between the training


establishment & students (Foreign Worker) doing their OJT in
Singapore , students should be aware of the responsibility of the
training establishment towards the students under their employ. Below
are these responsibilities as per the Ministry of Manpower in Singapore
:

Employers of foreign workers are responsible for:


o Arranging the FW’s medical examinations as required by the
controller of Work Passes;
o Paying the medical care and hospitalization expenses;
o Ensuring that the FW does not engage in any form of:
o Employment other than that stated in the Work Permit; or
o Freelance arrangement or self-employment.
o Resolving all employment-related disputes with the FW
amicably;
o Providing workmen's compensation to the FW as required;
o Providing upkeep (in acceptable housing), maintenance and
eventual repatriation of the FW;
o Putting up a $5,000 security bond:
c. In addition, the employer should ensure that the FW's welfare and interests
are well looked after. These include non-statutory requirements such as:
• Proper orientation; and
• Provision for the FW's social and recreational needs.

I. Some important dates for this batch

Activity Date
Early enrollment period
Regular Enrollment
Late Enrollment
Last day of submitting report
Last day of encoding grades
Completion period for practicum
grade
Application period for graduation
Baccalaureate mass
Commencement Exercises
CHAPTER 6

Practicum REPORT

The culmination of the student’s practicum training is the preparation of their


individual practicum report. This report will contain a summary of what was learned in
their training hotel/restaurant, and an analysis of the procedure coupled with the
appropriate recommendations.

A. Suggested Outline

1. Title Page

Center type on the first page the following:

8th line : “PRACTICUM REPORT


10th line : “on”
11th line : NAME OF Practicum Training Institution
12th line : Address of practicum training institution
20th line : “In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course”
22nd line : indicate program enrolled
24th line : “Lyceum of the Philippines University
25th line : “College of International Hospitality Management”
26h line : “Intramuros, Manila”
30th line : “SUBMITTED TO”
31st line : Name of Practicum Faculty
34th line : “SUBMITTED BY”
35th line : Complete Name of Student
36th line : Address
40th line : “SUBMITTED ON”
41st line : date of submission
42nd line : TRAINING PERIOD (inclusive dates)

All phrases enclosed in quotation marks should be printed as is, and the
correct information should be given to others.

2. Table of Contents

Indicate all major sections or chapters, and appropriate paging.

All Chapter headings should be capitalized. Subheadings should have


first letters of major words capitalized.

Include listings of exhibits, (forms) with appropriate numbering.


3. Introduction
General information about the establishment is presented. Limit
this to three pages. Writer may wish to include the following:

a. Name and General location


Complete name, address, and location map

b. Objective/Hotel/restaurant’s Philosophy
General Philosophy

c. Ownership/Management
Name of owner, holding company

d. Organizational Chart
Identify the position, as well as the current holder

e. Facilities, no. of F & B outlets, name & type

f. Outstanding characteristics of the establishment

4. Discussion of Findings/Analysis/Recommendation

Present the analysis using the format below:

DEPARTMENT: ______________________________________

Discuss major functions of the department in one short paragraph.


As much as possible, all discussions should be in short simple sentences.
Avoid copying operations manual in the report.

a. Areas of concern : Status and Analysis

1) Organization Structure
Describe or draw the organizational set-up in the
section being presented. Discuss positions as well as
how much each person in the department is able to
accomplish her assigned tasks as against the function
of the department.

2) Operations Systems and Procedures


Describe the procedures/steps undertaken in the
section so that the function of the section is
performed.

3) Facilities, Equipment, etc.


What is the equipment used? How does it facilitate
performance of function? Evaluate the equipment
and facilities in terms of its adequacy, unique
characteristics and design.
4) Manpower-scheduling, work method, styles of
communication

5) Work atmosphere, inter-personal relations lay-out,


ventilation, color scheme of office

6) Use of materials resources


Discuss this in terms of the forms used in the office,
or in terms of the preparation and use of
raw/processed food products.

7) Sanitation procedures/ practices

b. Strengths

c. Improvement Areas/Weaknesses

d. Recommendations
• Present work operation of the section/department

5. Conclusion

Discuss this in terms of the objectives of the practicum and the


learning experiences brought by the recent training.

Any recommendation towards the improvement of practicum


training in the assigned instruction can also be mentioned here.

6. Bibliography

If any reference, book, manual or textbook was used to explain any


section in the report, make the necessary entries in this section.

B. Guidelines in the Report Preparation:

In order to make your practicum report more meaningful, here are some
guidelines in writing:

1. Reports should be typewritten (double-spaced) in 8-1/2 by 11


inches bond paper and well bound. Use white plain paper.

2. Avoid overly big and expensive folders. These are the prescribed
folder colors for practicum reports
Course Local Practicum International Practicum
HRM Dark red Pink
Tourism Dark green Light green
Cruiseline Dark blue Light blue

3. It is advised that the student prepare a copy of the reports for


his/her own use as original practicum reports will not be returned.

Reports should be handed in on the deadline set. This is 10 days


after the last day of practicum. Upon submitting all requirements,
receipt must be prepared as proof of submission. The practicum
coordinator or office assistant must receive it properly. See
Appendix 9 for sample receipt. Students who submit reports
beyond the deadline would be penalized, (by deduction on report
grade.)

4. Properly label photographs, charts, drawing, brochures, business


forms, menus, etc. used to illustrate specific problem in a certain
department.

5. Remember that the practicum report is a technical paper, and as


such, language and tone used should be more formal, not slang.

6. Be precise and concise. Make proper use of headings, sub-


headings and indentions. Limit hotel background to three pages
and include a table of contents with necessary pagination.

7. Submit forms individually pasted in loose white short sized bond


paper. Label individually with the following:
a. Title
b. Initiating dept./Position title (person)
c. Frequency of use
d. Purpose
e. Distribution
f. Number of copies
g. Control function

Only forms that are unique to the establishment with


problems, or with comments should be included. Put all
forms in an envelope.

8. Include analysis of layout and equipment in areas where applicable.

9. Submit all requirements in a plastic envelope properly labeled with


your name (Last Name, First Name) and the practicum training
institution’s name using a marker pen.
10. Ensure that the following are noted received during submission:
(Use Appendix 12 as receipt)

a. Practicum report (individual) that will not be returned


b. Logbook (should be claimed with EAF or else it will be
discarded)
c. Certification of Completion of practicum training signed by
the Personnel Director or his representative on the
hotel’s/restaurant’s stationery with dry seal (if available).
d. Practicum Evaluation
APPENDIX 1.A
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
Student Entering 2005-2006
FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN10A Fundamentals of English 3 ENGN11A Study & Thinking Skills In English 3
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't ibang 3
Disiplina
MATN11A College Algebra 3 NSCN12A Biological Science 3
FDNN01H Fundamentals of Nutrition 3 SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3
JPLN10A JPL Life & His Works 3 HIDN01H Intro. to the Hospitality Ind. 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 2 HIDN02H Hotel/Restaurant Mgt. w/ Laws 3
PE 1 PE 2 2
NSTP 1 Nat'l Service Training Program
20 20

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3 PSCN02F Politics & Gov. w/ Phil Const. 3
HISN11A Philippine History 3 ENGL13A Speech Communication 3
PSYN10A General Psychology 3 APOL02C Comp. Applications in the 3
Hospitality Industry
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 FDNL02H Fund. Of Cooking & Techniques w/ 3
Lab
HRML01H Front Desk & Housekeeping Mgt. w/ Lab 3 FDNL03H Bar Management w/ Lab. 3
ITFL01C IT Fund. w/Intro. To Basic PC Operations 3 HUMN10A Introduction to Humanities 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/ Games 2 PE 4 Team Sports/ Games 2
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program
20 20

THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
HRMN02H Cost Control 3 LITN12A The Literature of the World 3
HRMN03H Food Service Facilities Design & Layout 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the Hospitality 3
Industry
FDNL04H Modern Quantity & Institutional Food 3 FDNL05H Food Microbiology w/Lab 3
Mgmt. w/ Lab
LITN10A Panitikan ng Pilipinas 3 FDNL06H Bakery Science & Cake Décor 3
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accts. 3 HRMN04H Strategic Management 3
HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Ind 3 MATN13A Business Math 3
FL 1 Foreign Language (Culinary terms) 3 FBEN01H (Elect) F&B Service Operations 3
HRMN05H Human Resource Management 3
21 24

FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3 HIDN10H Practicum (300hrs.) 3
FDNL07H Catering & Banquet Operations W/Lab 3 HIDN11H Practicum (300hrs.) 3
FDNL08H Int'l Gastronomic Cuisine w/Lab 3
TOEN02H Travel & Tours Operations 3
HIDN05H Resort & Club Management 3
HIDN06H Personality & Customer Relations 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship in the Hosp. Ind. 3
HIDN09H FeasibilityStudy 3
24 6
APPENDIX 1.B
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
Specialized in Cruise Line Management
FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN10A Fundamentals of English 3 ENGN11A Study & Thinking Skills In English 3
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't ibang 3
Disiplina
MATN11A College Algebra 3 JPLN10A JPL Life & His Works 3
FDNN01H Fundamentals of Nutrition 3 NSCN12A Biological Science 3
SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3 HIDN01H Intro. to the Hospitality Ind. 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 3 HIDN02H Hotel/Restaurant Mgt. w/ Laws 3
PE 1 2 PE 2 Rhytmic Activities 2
NSTP 1 Nat'l Service Training Program 0
20 20

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3 PSCN02F Politics & Gov. w/ Phil Const. 3
HISN11A Philippine History 3 ENGL13A Speech Communication 3
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 FDNL02H Fund. of Cooking & Techniques W/ Lab. 3

HRML01H Front Desk & Housekeeping Mgt. w/ Lab 3 FDNL03H Bar Management w/ Lab. 3
PSYN10A General Psychology 3 CLMN02H Basic Safety & Seamanship 3
ITFL01C IT Fund. w/ Intro. To 3 CLMN03H Cruise Line Science & Geog. 3
Basic PC Operations
CLMN01H Intro. to Cruise Line Industry 3 HUMN10A Introduction to Humanities 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2
NSTP 2 National Service Training Prog. 0
23 23

THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
HRMN02H Cost Control 3 LITN12A The Literature of the World 3
HRMN03H Food Service Facilities Design & Layout 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the Hospitality Industry 3
FDNL04H Modern Quantity & Institutional Food Mgmt. w/ 3 FDNL05H Food Microbiology w/Lab 3
Lab
CLMN04H Intro to Casino Gaming Oper. 3 FDNL06H Bakery Science & Cake Décor 3
CLMN05H Maritime English 3 HRMN04H Strategic Management 3
LITN10A Literatura ng Pilipinas 3 CLMN07H U.S. Public Health 3
CLMN06H Cruise Line Security 3 HRMN05H Human Resource Management 3
In the Hospitality Industry
HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Ind. 3 FBEN01H (Elect) Food & Bev. Serv. Oper. 3
CHIN01F Basic Chinese 3 MATN09A Math Principles for Food Service 3
Occupations
27 27

FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
CHIN02F Conversational Chinese 3 CLMN10H Practicum (300 hrs.) (Micros Fidelio 36 3
hrs)

FDNL07H Catering & Banquet Operations w/Lab 3 CLMN11H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
Safety Training Certificate Watch
Keeping
(STCW '95- 57.25 hrs)
FDNL08H Int'l Gastronomic Cuisine w/Lab 3
HIDN05H Resort & Club Management 3
HIDN06H Personality & Customer Rel. 3
HIDN07H Entrep. in the Hosp. Ind. 3
HIDN09H Feasibility Study 3
CLMN08H Proficiency in Crisis Mgt. & human Behavior 3
24 6
APPENDIX 1.C
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM
Effective SY 2005-2006

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN10A Fundamentals of English 3 ENGN11A Study & Thinking Skills 3
In English
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa 3
Iba't ibang Disiplina
MATN11A College Algebra 3 NSCN12A Biological Science 3
HIDN01H Intro. to Hospitality Ind. 3 SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3
JPLN10A JPL Life & His Works 3 TSMN01H Domestic Tourism 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 3 TSMN02H International Tourism 3
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2 PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
NSTP 1 Nat'l. Service Training Program 0
20 20

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3 FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3
HISN11A Philippine History 3 ENGL13A Speech Communication 3
ITFL01C IT Fund. w/ Intro. To 3 APOL02C Comp. Applications in the 3
Basic PC Operations Hospitality Ind.
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 HUMN10A Intro. To Humanities 3
HIDN02H Hotel/Rest.,Mgt. w/ Laws 3 TSMN04H Ecotourism 3
TSMN03H Travel & Tour Operations 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2
NSTP 2 Nat'l. Service Training Program
20 20

THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
LITN11A The Literature of the Phil 3 LITN12A The Literature of the World 3
MATN16A Statistics 3 PSCN02F Politics & Gov't. w/ Phil. 3
Constitution
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accts. 3 TSMN07H Tour Guiding 3
HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Ind. 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the 3
Hospitality Industry
FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3 HIDN05H Resort & Club Management 3
TSMN05H Transportation Management 3 HIDN06H Personality & Customer Relations 3
TSMN06H Tourism Dev't & Planning 3 FBEN01H F&B Service Operations 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship in the Hosp. Ind 3
21 24

FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
TSMN08H Recreation Management 3 HIDN10H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
FOEN02H Front Office & Housekeeping 3 HIDN11H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
TSMN09H Convention & Exhibition Management 3
TSMN10H Tourism Research/Thesis 3
12 6
APPENDIX 1.D
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
Effective SY 2007-2008

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Study and Thinking Skills in English 3 ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 3 FBEN01H F&B Service Operations 3
ITFL01C IT Fund. W/ Intro. To Basic PC 3 HISN14A Philippine History w/ Govt. & 3
Operations Const.
IHMN10H Tourism 1 (Intro to Hosp. Industry, 3 IHMN13H Tourism 2 (Philippine Tsm Geog.) 3
Trends and Career Opportunities) FDNN01H Fundamentals of Nutrition 3
IHMN11H Personality and Customer Relations 3 IHMN14H Front Office Procedures 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 IHML15H Housekeeping Procedures 3
Sanitation PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2 NSTP 1 Nat'l. Service Training Program 0
20 23

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
MATN13A Business Math 3 Disiplina
ENGL13A Speech Communication 3 IHML16H Management Information Science 3
FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3 in the Hospitality Industry
FDNL10H Fundamentals of Cooking Tech. 3 JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3
FDNL03H Bar Management 3 PHIN12A Philosophy 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 FDNL11H Modern Quantity & Institutional 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program Food Management w/ Lab
FDNL12H Bakery Science & Cake Decor 3
FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3
PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2

20 23

Summer
HDN10H Practicum 300 hours 3

THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
HUMN10A Intro. To Humanities 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
ECON01B Principles of Economics w/ LRT 3 MATN16A Basic Statistics 3
FDNL13H Catering & Banquet Oper. W/ Lab 4 HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Industry 3
TSMN21H Laws in the Hotel & Tourism Ind. 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the 3
LITN12A Literature of the World 3 Hospitality Industry
IHMN17H Principles of Management 3 HRMN05H Human Resource Management 3
IHMN18H Events Management 3 IHMN19H Rooms Division & Mgt. Control 3
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3 System
FBEN02H F&B Control System 3

25 21

FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 HIDN11H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
NSCN12A Biological Science 3
SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3
IHMN20H Research Methods & Techniques 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship in the Hosp. Ind. 3
TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3
12 3
APPENDIX 1.E
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIZATION: CRUISE LINE
Effective SY 2007-2008
FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Study and Thinking Skills in English 3 ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 3 FBEN01H F&B Service Operations 3
ITFL01C IT Fund. W/ Intro. To Basic PC 3 CLMN01H Intro to Cruise Line 3
Operations
IHMN10H Tourism 1 (Intro to Hosp. Industry, 3 IHMN13H Tourism 2 (Philippine Tsm Geog.) 3
Trends and Career Opportunities)
IHMN11H Personality and Customer Relations 3 FDNN01H Fundamentals of Nutrition 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 IHMN14H Front Office Procedures 3
Sanitation IHML15H Housekeeping Procedures 3
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2 PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
NSTP 1 Nat'l. Service Training Program 0
20 23

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
Disiplina
MATN13A Business Math 3 IHML16H Management Information Science 3
in the Hospitality Industry
ENGL13A Speech Communication 3 JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3
FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3 PHIN12A Philosophy 3
FDNL10H Fundamentals of Cooking Tech. 3 FDNL11H Modern Quantity & Institutional 3
Food Management w/ Lab
FDNL03H Bar Management 3 FDNL12H Bakery Science & Cake Decor 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l. Service Training Program PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2
20 23
Summer
CLMN10H Practicum 300 hours 3
Diploma in Hotel & Restaurant Services
THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
HISN14A Phil. History w/ Govt. & Const. 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
ECON01B Principles of Economics w/ LRT 3 MATN16A Basic Statistics 3
FDNL13H Catering & Banquet Oper. W/ Lab 4 HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Industry 3
CLMN13H Basic Safety, Security and Crowd 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the 3
Control 3 Hospitality Industry
LITN12A Literature of the World NSCN12A Biological Science 3
IHMN17H Principles of Management 3 HRMN05H Human Resource Management 3
IHMN18H Events Management 3 IHMN19H Rooms Division & Mgt. Control 3
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3 System
FBEN02H F&B Control System 3

25 21
FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 CLMN11H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
HUMN10A Intro to Humanities 3
SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3
IHMN20H Research Methods & Techniques 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship in the Hosp. Ind. 3
TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3
CLMN14H Cruise Line Geography and Cultural 3
Diversity
IHMN21H Total Quality Management 3
24 3
APPENDIX 1.F
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM
Effective SY 2007-2008

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Study and Thinking Skills in English 3 ENGN12A Writing in the Discipline 3
NSCN11A Physical Science 3 ITFL01C IT Fund. w/ Intro to Basic PC Oper 3
FBEN01H F&B Service Operations 3 HISN14A Philippine History w/ Govt. & 3
Const.
IHMN10H Tourism 1 (Intro to Hosp. Industry, 3 IHMN13H Tourism 2 (Philippine Tsm Geog.) 3
Trends and Career Opportunities) FDNN01H Fundamentals of Nutrition 3
IHMN11H Personality and Customer Relations 3 IHMN14H Front Office Procedures 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 IHML15H Housekeeping Procedures 3
Sanitation PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2 NSTP 1 Nat'l. Service Training Program 0
20 23

SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
TSMN03H Travel & Tour Operations 3 Disiplina
ENGL13A Speech Communication 3 IHML16H Management Information Science 3
FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3 in the Hospitality Industry
FDNL10H Fundamentals of Cooking Tech. 3 JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3
TSMN20H World Tourism 3 MATN13A Business Math 3
TSMN05H Transportation Management 3 TSMN07H Tour Guiding 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 FDHL13H Bar Management 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3
PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2

23 23

Summer
HDN10H Practicum 300 hours 3

THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
PHIN12A Philosophy 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
ECON01B Principles of Economics w/ LRT 3 MATN16A Basic Statistics 3
TSMN04H Ecotourism 3 HIDN03H Marketing in the Hosp. Industry 3
TSMN21H Laws in the Hotel & Tourism Ind. 3 HIDN04H Financial Mgt. in the 3
LITN12A Literature of the World 3 Hospitality Industry
IHMN17H Principles of Management 3 HRMN05H Human Resource Management 3
IHMN18H Events Management 3 HUMN10A Intro to Humanities 3
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3 TSMN22H Tourism Impacts & Sustainability 3
FBEN02H F&B Control System 3

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FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 HIDN11H Practicum (300 hrs.) 3
NSCN12A Biological Science 3
SSCN11A Sociology/Anthropology 3
IHMN20H Research Methods & Techniques 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship in the Hosp. Ind. 3
TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3
IHMN21H Total Quality Management 3
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APPENDIX 1.G
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIZED IN CRUISE LINE OPERATIONS IN HOTEL SERVICE (CLOHS)
Effective SY 2009-2010

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Com Arts (Study and Thinking Skills in 3 ENGN12A Com Arts 2 (Writing in the 3
English) Discipline)
ENVN01A Environmental Science 3 ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3
IWSL01C ICT in the Workplace 3 DFDL01H Principles of Food Production 3
MATN13A Business Math 3 DHOL01H Housekeeping Operations 3
DPTN01H Principles of Tourism 1 3 DPTN02H Principles of Tourism 2 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
Sanitation NSTP 1 Nat’l. Service Training Program 0
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2
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SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3 Disiplina
CLMN01H Introduction to Cruiseline Industry 3 DHOL03C Cptr. System for Front Office 3
DFBL03H Beverage Products and Operations 4 Operations
DFDL02H Food & Beverage Service Operations 4 MATN16A Business Statistics 3
DHOL02H Front Office Operations 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
SSCN11A Cultural Anthropology 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 DHBN01H Human Behavior in Organization 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program HIDN04H Financial Management 3
PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2

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THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3 FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3
HUMN10A Introduction to Humanities 3 CLMN13H Basic Safety, Security & Crowd 3
Control
PHIN10A Philosophy & Logic 3 DHON03H Rooms Division & Revenue Mgmt. 3
PSCN02A Politics & Governance with Philippine 3 DPMN01H Principles of Marketing 3
LITN12A Constitution 3 DRMN01H Restaurant Management & 3
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3 Development
DBCN01A Business Communication in the H.I. 3 HIDN07H Entrepreneurship 3
FBEN02H Food & Beverage Control 3 IHMN21H Total Quality Management 3
IHMN17H Principles of Management 3 TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3

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FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ECON01A Principles of Economics 3 DTCN01H Practicum 1 (400 hours): Food 4
and Beverage
LITN12A Literature of the World 3 DTCN02H Practicum 2 (400 hours): Rooms 4
Division
CLMN14H Cruise Line Geography & Cultural 3 DTCN09H Practicum 9 (200 hours): Basic 2
Diversity Safety
DFDL09H Catering & Bqt. Oper. w/ lab 4
IHMN18H Events Management 3
IHMN20H Hospitality and Tourism Research 3
Methods & Techniques 3
TSMN21H Laws in the Hotel & Tourism Ind. 3
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LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIZED IN CRUISE LINE OPERATIONS IN CULINARY ARTS (CLOCA)
Effective SY 2009-2010

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Com Arts (Study and Thinking Skills in 3 ENGN12A Com Arts 2 (Writing in the 3
English) Discipline)
ENVN01A Environmental Science 3 DCNN01H Culinary Nutrition 3
IWSL01C ICT in the Workplace 3 DFDL01H Principles of Food Production 3
MATN13A Business Math 3 DHOL01H Housekeeping Operations 3
DPTN01H Principles of Tourism 1 3 DPTN02H Principles of Tourism 2 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
Sanitation NSTP 1 Nat’l. Service Training Program 0
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2
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SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3 Disiplina
ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3 ECON10A Principles of Economics 3
PHIN10A Philosophy & Logic 3 CLMN01H Introduction to Cruiseline Industry 3
DFDL02H Food & Beverage Service Operations 4 DFDL04H Western Cuisine 1 4
DHOL02H Front Office Operations 3 DHOL03H Cptr. System for Front Office Oper 3
DFDL03H Intro to Pastry and Bakery 3 SSCN11A Cultural Anthropology 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 IHMN17H Principles of Management 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2

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THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
CLMN13H Basic Safety, Security & Crowd Control 3 MATN16A Business Statistics 3
HUMN10A Introduction to Humanities 3 SSCN11A Cultural Anthropology 3
DFDL05H Western Cuisine 2 4 DBCN01H Business Communication in the 3
H.I.
DHB01H Human Behavior in Organization 3 DFDL06H Asian Cuisine 4
DHON03H Rooms Division & Revenue Mgmt 3 DFDL07H Vegetable & Fruit Carving 2
DPMN01H Principles of Marketing 3 HIDN07H Entrepreneurship 3
HIDN04H Financial Management 3 IHMN21H Total Quality Management 3
FBEN02H Food & Beverage Control 3 TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3

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FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
PSYN10A General Psychology 3 DTCN07H Practicum 7(400 hours): Western 4
Cuisine 1
LITN12A Literature of the World 3 DTCN08H Practicum 8 (400 hours): Asian 4
Cuisine
CLMN14H Cruise Line Geography & Cultural 3 DTCN09H Practicum 9 (200 hours): Basic 2
Diversity Safety
DFDL09H Catering & Bqt. Oper. w/ lab 4
IHMN18H Events Management 3
DFDL08H Advanced Patisserie & Plated Dessert 3
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3

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LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES
Intramuros, Manila
COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIZED IN CULINARY ARTS & KITCHEN OPERATIONS (CAKO)
Effective SY 2009-2010

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
ENGN11A Com Arts (Study and Thinking Skills in 3 ENGN12A Com Arts 2 (Writing in the 3
English) Discipline)
ENVN01A Environmental Science 3 DCNN01H Culinary Nutrition 3
IWSL01C ICT in the Workplace 3 DFDL01H Principles of Food Production 3
MATN13A Business Math 3 ACCN16B Accounting for Non-Accountants 3
DPTN01H Principles of Tourism 1 3 DPTN02H Principles of Tourism 2 3
IHMN12H Principles of Hygiene, Food Safety and 3 PE 2 Rhythmic Activities 2
Sanitation NSTP 1 Nat’l. Service Training Program 0
PE 1 Physical Fitness 2
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SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
FILN11A Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 FILN12A Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang 3
JPLN10A JPL Life and His Works 3 Disiplina
ECON01A Principles of Economics 3 MATN16A Business Statistics 3
HUMN10A Introduction to Humanities 3 PSYN10A General Psychology 3
DFDL02H Food & Beverage Service Operations 4 DFDL04H Western Cuisine 1 4
DFDL03H Intro to Pastry and Bakery 3 DHOL01H Housekeeping Operations 3
PSCN02A Pol. & Gov w/ Phil. Const. 3
PE 3 Individual Sports/Games 2 IHMN17H Principles of Management 3
NSTP 2 Nat'l Service Training Program PE 4 Team Sports/Games 2

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THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
DBCN01H Business Communication in the H.I. 3 DHOL03C Cptr. System for FO Oper 3
DFDL10H Kitchen Management & Devt. 3 SSCN11A Cultural Anthropology 3
DFDL05H Western Cuisine 2 4 DFDL08H Advanced Patisserie & Plated 3
Dessert
DHB01H Human Behavior in Organization 3 DFDL06H Asian Cuisine 4
DHOL02H Front Office Operations 3 FBEN02H Food & Beverage Control 3
DPMN01H Principles of Marketing 3 DRD01H Rooms Division & Revenue Mgt 3
HIDN04H Financial Management 3 IHMN21H Total Quality Management 3
HIDN07H Entrepreneurship 3 TSMN06H Tourism Planning & Development 3

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FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Subject Descriptive Title Units Subject Descriptive Title Units
PHIN10A Philosophy & Logic 3 DTCN07H Practicum 7(400 hours): Western 4
DFDL07H Vegetable & Fruit Carving 2 Cuisine 1
LITN12A Literature of the World 3 DTCN08H Practicum 8 (400 hours): Asian 4
DRMN01H Restaurant Management & Devt. 3 Cuisine
IHMN18H Events Management 3 DTCN09H Practicum 9 (200 hours): Bakery 2
SSCN12A Rizal Course 3
DFDL09H Catering & Bqt. Oper. w/ lab 4

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APPENDIX 2
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management

APPLICATION FORM for PRACTICUM

Date : _____________________

To : _____________________
Practicum Chair

From : _____________________
Student’s Name

This is to formalize my intention to take practicum for the period ________. Please find
pertinent information on my application.

Name _____________________________ CP _______________


Email address _____________________________ Tel. No. ________________
Home Address ____________________________________________________
Birth date : ____________ Age: _________ Gender: _______________
Civil Status: ____________ Height: ________ Weight: ________________
Special skills:
_____________________________________________________________________

In case of emergency, please notify:


Name: ________________________________ Relation: _________________
Home Address: __________________________ Tel. No. _________________
Office Address: __________________________ Tel. No. _________________

Questions:
1. Are you taking practicum end of second year? ______ End of fourth year? ___

2. Are you interested in international practicum training? Yes _____ No ______

If yes, where? US ________ Singapore ____________

3. Are you submitting alternate practicum training hours? If yes, how many hours did you
complete? _______________________
Please attach copies of the certificate of attendance and report.

4. Do you have any subject deficiencies (Incomplete or failing marks) for your year level?
Please indicate the subject (s) & the reason (s) for the deficiency

Signature of Students
APPENDIX 3
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management

PRACTICUM TRAINING AGREEMENT


Date :

To : The Practicum Faculty-in-Charge of the Program:

From : ______________________________________

Re : Practicum Training for Period (Semester: ____. & Yr:____)

This has reference to my practicum application. After reviewing the list of accredited training
partners of the school, I am interested in taking practicum in the following establishments:

(List according to my priority)


Name of Establishment Date
1. ______________________________ _____________________
2. ______________________________ _____________________
3. ______________________________ _____________________
4. ______________________________ _____________________
5. ______________________________ _____________________
6. ______________________________ _____________________

I hereby agree to the following conditions:

1. I promise to complete my practicum within ___________________________________


(Indicate date of practicum/ schedule)

2. I promise to abide by all rules and regulations of the establishment where I will take my practicum
training.

3. I promise to abide by all the guidelines and rules and regulations of LPU for the practicum
programs as stated in my Training Manual.

4. In the event that I am not placed in any of the above establishment of my choice by
_________________________________ then I agree to be placed in an

(Date of Start) establishment chosen by the school.

5. I promise to finish my practicum in the establishment that I started with except in unforeseen and
unavoidable circumstances beyond my control. Evaluation of termination of my training in this
establishment shall be at the sole discretion of LPU.

6. I agree to receive a grade of 5.0 (Fail) if I violate any of the above conditions.

Signed By:
(Student’s Signature above Printed Name)/date
Notes:
1. withdrawal of placement is not allowed once you are already selected by the establishment especially for
international practicum placements unless pre-approved by the practicum chairman/dean
2. a maximum of three letters of recommendation can be released per student and results have to be given before
additional letters of recommendation can be processed.

I.D. Picture
APPENDIX 4
SAMPLE FORMAT OF RESUME

NAME
ADDRESS
TELEPHONE NUMBER

CAREER OBJECTIVE: one to two sentences only

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Inclusive Years*Degree Earned
Name of School
Address
Honors Received
Note: Arrange from college, high school and elementary

WORK EXPERIENCE:
Inclusive Years* Position Company Name & Address
Note: A short description of your job may be includes

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:


Inclusive Year/Dates* : Position/Activities : Organization

SEMINARS & TRAINING ATTENDED:


Inclusive Year/Dates* : Position/Activities : Organization

PERSONAL BACKGROUND: Age, Gender, Weight, Height, and Civil Status

REFERENCES:(May be made available upon request)


If student decides to include name of references, this format is
suggested.
Name:
Position:
Employer:
Telephone Number:
Note: Avoid using references whose surname is the same as applicant

Arrange chronologically, form most recent to revisions

FOR PRACTICUM PURPOSE ONLY

(Name of Student)

_______________________________
Signature DATE

NOTE : Fit in one or two page/s only


APPENDIX 5
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management

Sample Letter of Recommendation


Date:

Mr/Ms/Dr. complete name of person (please check the correct spelling and name)
position
name of practicum training institution
address
address

Dear Mr/Ms family name of addressee,:

Greetings from Lyceum of the Philippines University!

This will introduce NAME OF STUDENT, a student taking up (Bachelor of


Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management./Bachelor of Science in HRM specializing
in Cruise Line, Bachelor of Tourism). Please find attached the student’s resume.

As a graduation requirement of this course, students are required to undergo


(CHOOSE 300 OR 600) hours of practicum training in various areas to enable them
to relate their field of interest with actual work experience. The student will be available
to start the practicum training on (intended date) and finish the practicum training by
(two weeks before the last day of encoding of grades).

May we request that the above-named student be accepted to undertake the


required practicum with your establishment.

Kindly return Acceptance Form for our information and record purposes. We are
grateful for your cooperation and support. Should there be any concerns you would like
to bring to our attention, you may contact me :_______ telefax: 5272744.

Thank you

Very truly yours,

(Name of Dean)
Dean
APPENDIX 6
Sample Acceptance Form

Date: _____________

Lyceum of the Philippines University


Intramuros, Manila
Telefax: 5272744
Attention: Practicum Coordinator

Dear Sir/Madame

We would like to inform your school that we have accepted for practicum training a student from
your college with details as follows:

Student Details:

Name of Student : ______________________________________


Course : ( ) BSHRM ( ) BSHRMCL ( ) BST
Practicum Training Hours : ( ) 300 hours ( ) 600 hours
Duration of training period : Start: ____________ End: _______________

Establishment Details:

Name of Company: : _______________________________________


Name of Representative : ___________________________________
Designation/Position : ___________________________________
Address of company : ___________________________________
Contact details (telephone) : ___________________________________
(email) : ___________________________________

Please find attached the training program/schedule.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Name/Signature and date


Designation

(may be typed in establishment’s paper with logo)


APPENDIX 7
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management

TRAINING PROGRAM

NAME: __________________________________ STUDENT NO. ________________

Name of establishment: __________________________________________________

Training Period: Start: ________________ End: ____________________________

DEPARTMENT Start End Duty Time

Certified by:

Name: __________________________
Designation: _____________________
Contact details: ___________________

Note: a copy must be submitted to the CIHM Office c/o Practicum Chair
APPENDIX 8
Performance Evaluation Form

Name of Trainee _________________________________


Department: __________________________________
Training Period __________________________________

Rating System: (Please check the appropriate box)


5 – Excellent 4 – Very Good 3 – Good 2 – Fair 1 – Needs Improvement

A. Personal Traits 5 4 3 2 1
1. Physical appearance. (Personally well-groomed and always
wears appropriate attire)
2. Attitude towards work. (Always shows enthusiasm and
interest)
3. Courtesy. (Shows respect for guests, authority and
colleagues at all times)
4. Conduct. (Observes establishment’s rules and regulations
at all times)
5. Perseverance and industriousness. (Shows initiative and
interest in work over and above what is assigned)
6. Drive and leadership. ( Inquisitive and aggressive)
7. Mental maturity. (Can be depended upon to make correct
decisions and remains calm under pressure)
8. Sociability. (Can work harmoniously and is cooperative
with other employees and trainees)
9. Reliability. (Can be trusted to be left alone to use/operate
equipment)
10. Possession of traits necessary for employment in this kind
of work
B. Work Performance
1. Knowledge of work. (Able to grasp as much as instructed –
common sense, perception and trainability)
2. Quantity of work. (Can cope with the demand of additional
unexpected work load in a limited time)
3. Quality of work. (Performs an assigned job as efficiently as
possible)
4. Attendance. (Follows assigned work schedule)
5. Punctuality. (Reports to work assignments on time,
avoiding absences)
TOTAL
REMARKS: (Please write down any comment(s) regarding our student’s performance)

Evaluated By: Date:


(print name and sign)
Position :

NOTE: Photocopy of more than 1 is needed; If hand carried by student, must be in a sealed envelope.
Otherwise, leave with the practicum coordinator of the establishment for pick up of the school
representative.
APPENDIX 9
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION MONITORING FORM

NAME: __________________________________ STUDENT NO. ________________


NAME OF ESTABLISHMENT : _______________ TRAINING PERIOD : ___________

RECEIVED BY
DEPARTMENT EVALUATOR’S NAME GIVEN ON PRACTICUM
COORDINATOR

Note: to be left in the office of practicum coordinator of the training institution


APPENDIX 10

LOG SHEET

NAME: __________________________________ STUDENT NO. ________________


NAME OF ESTABLISHMENT: _______________ TRAINING PERIOD: ___________

SPECIFIC DUTY/
Training
Department RESPONSIBILITY Observations Recommendations
Duration
ASSIGNMENT
SPECIFIC DUTY/
Training
Department RESPONSIBILITY Observations Recommendations
Duration
ASSIGNMENT

Name and Signature of Students


APPENDIX 11
CLEARANCE FORM FOR INTERNATIONAL PRACTICUM PLACEMENT

NAME: __________________________________ STUDENT NO. ________________


School year: ______________________________Signature of student:____________

A. College
Subject Name of Teacher Cleared Remarks Signature
Yes/No

B. College/University
Name of Head of Cleared
Office Remarks Signature
office Yes/No
College Secretary
Library
Accounting
Registrar
SAO

Notes:
1. Attach a copy of the current EAF
2. FIC of each subject must clear the student
3. University officials must also clear student

Received by: Noted by:

Practicum Faculty Practicum Chair


APPENDIX 12
Student’s Copy
CERTIFICATION OF RECEIVED COPY
____ Semester Year ___ - ___

NAME:___________________________________ STUDENT # __________________


(Last, First, M.I.)

Practicum FIC _________________________

Name of Training Institution

REPORT CERT. OF LOGBOOK REMARKS


COMPLETION (EAF)
Date Initial Date Initial Date Initial

------------------------------------------------CUT HERE ----------------------------------------------------


Practicum FIC Copy

CERTIFICATION OF RECEIVED COPY


____ Semester Year ___ - ___

NAME:___________________________________ STUDENT # __________________


(Last, First, M.I.)

Practicum FIC _________________________

Name of Training Institution

REPORT CERT. OF LOGBOOK REMARKS


COMPLETION (EAF)
Date Initial Date Initial Date Initial
APPENDIX 13
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management
PRACTICUM FIELD VISIT REPORT
Faculty-in-Charge Date of Visit
Name of Institution Address of Institution
Rating
Department/s Name, position & Signature of Knowle Skill Attitu
Name of Student/Section General Observations Recommendations
Assigned Supervisor/HRD rep. dge (20%) de
(5%) (5%)
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Trip Details:
Amount for Liquidation/
From To Car/Taxi Plate # Actual Amount
Reimbursement

Total

Submitted by: Checked by: Noted by:


________________________ ________________________ _________________________

Faculty-in-Charge Practicum Coordinator Dean

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APPENDIX 14
Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Hospitality Management
SUMMARY OF PRACTICUM FIELD VISIT REPORT

FIC : _______________________________________ Period : _______________________

A. Transportation and Meal


Transportation Expense Mode of Meal
Date # of Actual Amount for Transporta Allowance
# of Students Name and Location of Liquidation/ (P100.00/day)
of Hours Amount tion
Monitored Spent Establishment Reimbursement
Visit (include
plate #)

Total:

B. Incident Report (please include action taken)

Submitted by: Checked by: Noted by:


____________________ ________________________ _________________________

Faculty-in-Charge Practicum Coordinator Dean

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Notes

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Directory

Name Cellphone Land line Email address

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List of Officers and Contact Details Please check details
Trunk line: 5278251 to 56
Office Name Contact Details Loc Contact person
President Atty. Roberto P. Laurel 5275548 115; 114 Micehlle
Vice Academic Affairs Dr. Kate C. Botengan 5271757 132 Beth/Pia
VP Finance Ms. Sarah L. Lopez 5273678 130; 125 Lani Salting
VP Administration; HRD Mr. Pompeyo Adamos
College of Arts &Science Dean Rizalina A. Cruz 5272303 143 Milna, Ningning
College of Business Administration Dr. Conrado Iñigo 5272704 139 Joel
College of Computer Science Dean Samuel Chua 5232098 158 Devy, Jenny
College of Engineering Dr. Leonardo C. Medina Jr. 5272748 113 Henry, Irene
College of International Hospitality Dr. Susan Lagmay Solis 5272744 117 Marie, Lea,
Management Thelma
College of International Relations Amb. Reynaldo Arcilla 5272719 149 Kat
College of Nursing Dean Leonora N. Reyes 5272690 146 Grace
College of Law (Makati) Atty. Pacifico Agabin 8929399 Mel
Graduate School Dr. Conrado Iñigo . 105 Vina
Alumni Office Dr. Victor Endriga 5239729 101 Marie
Athletics Department Mr. Cayetano Gonzales 5257669 120
Cashier Ms. Jenny Gamad 110
Center for Professional and Mr. Alfredo Diamante
Continuing Education
Community Outreach & Service Ms. Fatima Nolasco
Learning
Finance/Accounting Ms. Sally Benico 111, 134
Guidance office Dr. Alma Facto 4043977 142
Internal Audit Ms. Elsa Boniel
Lyceum Theatre Company Mr. Ramon Gil Alonzo 152
Management Information System Mr. Lester Gastala 5234620 148
Main Library Dir. Corazon M. Nera 129
Maintenance Engr. Renato R. Ricafort 156
Publications Office Ms. Rosemarie Arlene Ampil 114
PR, Advertising and Marketing Ms. Leah Esperanza Lopez 5271758 162
Purchasing Ms. Susan Floresca 5273723 136
Registrar’s Office Ms. Jenny Tucpi 5272717 116, 104, 103
Research Center Dr. Felicitas Sicam 105
Student Affairs Office Dean Lizandro Ferrer 5272707 137

Vicinity Map

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Program Offerings of Lyceum of the Philippines University Please check programs
College Program Offerings Contact Details
College of Arts and A. AB Legal Studies Dear Rizalina Cruz
Science (4 years) B. AB Mass Communication, Specialization in
a. Advertising
b. Broadcast Communication
c. Public Relations
C. BS Journalism
D. BS Psychology
E. BS Secondary Education Major in
a. English
b. Filipino
c. Social Studies
d. AB English
F. AB Philippine Studies
G. AB Filipino
H. AB Environmental Science
College of Business A. BS Accountancy Dean Conrado Iñigo
Administration B. BS Office Administration
C. BS Business Administration
D. BS Secondary Education Major in
a. Banking and Finance
b. Computer Data Management and Processing
c. Economics
d. Entrepreneurship
e. Management
f. Management Accounting
g. Marketing
h. Public Administration
i. Retail Trade Management
j. Security Service Management
k. Tariffs and Customs Administration
E. AB Philippine Studies
F. AB Filipino
G. AB Environmental Science
College of Computer A. BS Computer Science Dean Samuel Chua
Studies B. BS Information Management
C. BS Information Technology
D. BS Computer Science
E. Associate in Computer Technology
College of Engineering (5 A. BS Computer Engineering Dr. Leonardo Medina
years) B. BS Electrical Engineering
C. BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
D. BS Industrial Engineering
E. BS Mechanical Engineering
College of International A. BS Hotel and Restaurant Management Dr. Susan Lagmay
Hospitality Management B. BS HRM with Specialization in Cruise Line
Solis
Management
C. BS Tourism
D. BS IHM Cruise Line Operations in Hotel Service
E. BS IHM Cruise Line Operations in Culinary Arts
F. BS IHM Culinary Arts & Kitchen Operations
College of International A. BS Foreign Service Major Amb. Reynaldo Arcilla
Relations a. Diplomacy
b. International Trade
College of Law Bachelor of Laws Atty. Pacifico Agabin
College of Nursing A. BS Nursing Dean Leonora Reyes
B. Associate in Health Science Education
Claro M. Recto A. Masters in Business Administration Dean Conrado Iñigo
Academy of Advanced B. Master in Public Administration
Studies C. Master of Arts in Economics
D. Master of Arts in Foreign Service
E. Master of Arts in Political Science
A. Master of Arts in Fiscal Studies
B. Master of Arts in Education
C. PHD in Fiscal Studies / Public Finance
D. MPHD in Public Policies & Business Management

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