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Interprets Blue Prints/Plans Implement existing laws, city or municipal ordinance governing Electrical Installations.
Disseminates existing PEC/NEC provisions in Electrical Installation Discusses estimates of materials and labor cost with management prepare technical reports
Examines materials used in electrical installation Designs voltages, current transformers Test AC/DC circuits and machines with testing instruments Assist in simple research to improve operations and maintenance Follows electrical safety procedures in wiring installations and equipment utilization. Plans and stand by power unit. Inspects, calibrates, Repair and maintain tools and Equipment Prioritize jobs Prepare schedule of works Anticipates Delay or back jobs Troubleshoots and Repairs AC/DC Generator controls. Installs DC/AC motors and generators, transformers and small power plants. Operates and maintains ELECTRICAL TOOLS EQUIPMENTS, measuring and indicating instruments.
Plans and implements inspection and lubrication
Manages and Electrical servicing shop . Operates power tools for the trades. Supervises field/plant staff in ELECTRICAL installation Organizers. Establishes.
Put into practice the theory you learn outside. before trying it yourself and being subjected to constructive criticism to encourage you to develop your skills. which you’ll then get to apply in the real world. but not all courses allow students to have an on-the-job training. As an OJT Trainee you will work with the employer toward personal goals and have your progress monitored as you go to make academic and theoretical ideas behind the job. employer put a lot of efforts into making sure you get your hands dirty and do a great job on training you to a level where you feel comfortable carrying out tasks on your own.INTRODUCTION Young people never had so many thing and education options available to them. Working with experienced staff. . On-The-Job students are given the opportunity on hands on experience and theoretical knowledge they need to get a job in their chosen field. you get the chance to observe how the job is done. First and foremost On-The-Job trainings gives you the chance to immerse yourself in your chosen sector and experience and learn the skills necessary to the industry you are interested in.
the success of any project depends largely on the encouragement and guidelines of many others. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the people who have been instrumental in the successful completion of this project. I would like to show my greatest appreciation to Prof. And lastly. Without his encouragement and guidance this project would not have materialized. The guidance and support received from my parents from their unending supports and to all the members who contributed and who are contributing to this project. I feel motivated and encouraged every time I attend his meeting. to the Almighty God who poured all the blessings courage. Maximo Aliaga.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Apart from the efforts. . I can’t say thank you enough for his tremendous support and help. was vital support and help. wisdom and love for without Him nothing would have been achieved.
DEDICATION I would like to dedicate this humble work to my family that inspire me for the successful accomplishment of this requirement. willing to lend their arms to support me financially. teachers who were patient in lending their hands for the success of this work. morally and spiritually. George P. To my friends. wisdom and blessings flow. Escalo who are always at my side. to Almighty God from whom all love. . And lastly. classmates. To my parents Mr. To my sister Josie Escalo who supported me financially in my studies.
You are my stair who endures me to serve as my stepping stone to aim higher and reach the victory. I’ll never accomplish this work if you are not there ready to help and walk with me in any hindrances. cloudy day to sunny day and dangers into peace. love and patience to overcome the challenges that comes my way likewise in providing my needs. I want to express and extend my deep appreciation and heartfelt gratitude for the successful accomplishments of this humble piece of work. In particular. I am indebted to my ever-loving parents Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Olayan for their unceasing love. to Almighty God who always guiding and giving me wisdom. I am nothing. Accept my thank you and gratitude. Also to my friends and relatives on both side for their sweet smiles they are sharing helping hand that they are extending and advice they are giving especially when problems arise.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Without you. care. With this. No man is an island. To my caring brothers and sisters who changes tears into smiles. no man can stand along. He really deserves all praises and thanks… . strength. protection and unconditional support in my studies in all aspects of my life. Above all. Thus.
But most of all to our Almighty God who provides wisdom for everything. For this simple work of mine is quietly dedicated to my loving parents. To my friends who became as my second brothers and sisters.DEDICATION Thins can’t really harm. Also to my teachers for lending their hands in helping us in our academic aspects. nor to others only on impression or our attitude is another matter. whom supports my financial and moral aspects in my study. Without them this successful accomplishment would not be possible. To my brothers and sisters served as my guide and inspiration. .
21 hectares in Bambang. . It has two campuses formerly known as the Nueva Vizcaya State Institute of Technology (NVSIT) and Nueva Vizcaya State Polytechnic College (NVSPC).Nueva Vizcaya State University Towards a culture of excellence and culture of peace… Historical Background The Nueva Vizcaya State University is a historical metamorphosis of two entities merged to form a stronger academic alliance in Cagayan Valley. After the war. The former campuses were the two biggest state-run colleges in the province of Nueva Vizcaya. In 1941. has an area of 14. school operations in the country were suddenly stopped because of the war with Japanese forces. NVRHS continued its operation in 1945 but it was split into two entities: the NVRHS now the NVSU and the other as the Nueva Vizcaya High School (now the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School). The NVSIT springs from a farm settlement school in 1916 offering intermediate curriculum. the capital town of the province. The NVSIT has a total area of 148. the center for trade and commerce of the province.5 hectares situated at the foot of the scenic Bangan Hill in Bayombong. a secondary curriculum was added to its former program which later the school was renamed as Bayombong Rural School then later the Nueva Vizcaya Rural High School (NVRHS) in 1930. The NVSPC campus. on the other hand. Two years after.
economic and social concerns in the country began to prosper.A.A. . In July 1946. With the intensified campaigns of raising funds for the proposed school.1946. the Municipal Council of Bambang passed a resolution for the establishment of a Junior High School in the southern part of the province. the upgrading of the different sectors of its respective district especially the educational component was realized. 1580 sponsored by Congressman Perez. Thus. made possible by virtue of R. the amount of P19. The NVRHS was later converted into the Nueva Vizcaya National Agricultural School (NVNAS) in 1956. Development in terms of physical facilities. In 1964. 1971 converting the BHS into the Nueva Vizcaya School of Arts and Trades (NVSAT) on June 22. He likewise sponsored R. the Southern Nueva Vizcaya Junior High School (SNVJHS) formally started its operation and a year after. responsive to a dynamic civilization. 1957. another conversion took place when the NVNAS was changed into Nueva Vizcaya Agricultural College (NVAC) through the legislation of R. 4055 also authored by Cong. manpower and system of education were given top considerations. business started to boom in Bambang paving the way for an educational institution to cater to the growing population of the municipality. it was renamed Bambang High School (BHS).A.When Japanese occupation was over. on July 11. As a result. With the strong support of political leaders of the province led by the then Congressman Leonardo B. Both NVRHS and BHS had undergone remarkable transformations geared toward betterment.720. Perez. Perez.00 was accumulated and initiated the realization for a Junior High School.
filipinos high School) the other as the Nueva Vizcaya High School School however. people come and go but institutions will always remain. Initially. it was la The two campuses have distinct areas of excellence yet nonetheless share a common goal of providing quality education not only to Novo Vizcayanos but also to those coming from neighboring provinces and other parts of the country. Hon. by that time was a Senator of the Philippines. Each leadership had left peculiar legacies of innovations and systems of operation that will be eternal to the history of both campuses. It was deemed that the merging of the two campuses will strengthen the pursuit for quality education. Leonardo Perez. Leonardo B. 1965 with Hon. Perez and Hon.The NVAC marker has been a historical emblem built at the left wing of the façade leading to the Administration building of NVSU main campus. the NVSAT in Bambang was converted into NVSPC on June 1983 by force of Batas Pambansa Blg. Similarly. The goal of becoming a single institution with a university . 1973. Padilla. as well as those from abroad. There were numerous key officials and leaders who propelled both schools to greater heights. With the increasing clamor for more degree courses. Both NVSIT and NVSPC had significant legendary threads and their respective history continued to unravel under the existence of different leadership or administration that anchored both schools to noble intentions.nfter the crisis brought by the war. the courses offered were basically agriculture and related-fields. Truly. on May 22. Carlos M. NVAC was converted to NVSIT by virtue of Presidential Decree 196. 495 which was authored by two key political icons of the province. Eventually. The unveiling of the NVAC marker was held on June 18. who. NVSIT responded and provided expansions of its course offerings.
The key officials of both campuses made up the TWG and had their initial meeting on July 13. 2232 (Education Act of 1982 ) that “the state shall establish. Hon. the painstaking bid for university status was over when Republic Act No. The bid for university status was indeed a rigorous task and members of the TWG worked hard and lobbied in Congress to follow-up said bill. The act was published in national newspaper on April 5. Padilla. maintain. A Technical Working Group (TWG) was organized to conduct a feasibility study on the merging of the two campuses and this was initiated by the then Congressman of the province.status was made possible through the collaborative efforts of all officials of both campuses and the imposing support from the political leaders of the province. The first year of operation of the university was propelled through the leadership of the Officer In-Charge. Garcia. 2001. and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of the people and of society. Carlos M. Padilla was a big leap in the history of both campuses. It was during the term of Atty. Atty.” The passing of the House Bill No. 2004 and it took effect after 15 days from publication. 2004. 9272 lapsed into law on March 20. Carlos M. The university status is a big call for change and paradigm shifts. The establishment of NVSU was steered by the constitutional mandate as stated in Sec. 2 paragraph 1 of Article XIV and in Batas Pambansa Blg. The cordial working relations of officials of both campuses . Garcia when the integration of various operations of both campuses and the simplification of bureaucracy were formulated. Lilia S. and support a complete. Eventually. adequate. therefore confronting NVSU with bigger challenges and greater accountabilities. 2232 (An Act Constituting the Merging of the Two campuses into NVSU) authored by Hon.
Abon was the former Vice President for Academic Affairs and concurrently Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences of Central Luzon State University. It was also during Garcia’s term when the university has finally come up with its official logo that embodies the vision. Indeed.were intensified through the conduct of various workshops/seminars on leadership. Marilou S. academic institutions play a vital role in the molding of citizens of this nation. thus. teammanagement building and strategic skills development. NVSU stands steadfast with its advocacy. With her rich years of experience as one of the administrators of CLSU and the solid commitment of NVSU community. She earned her baccalaureate and post graduate degrees in the University of the Philippines system. the Turn-Over Rites for NVSU presidency was held with Dr. After the two-year search for NVSU President. mission and goal of NVSU. . finally. Gilo-Abon as the first university president. 2005. on May 31. With her leadership. Dr. she can lead the university to higher grounds of excellence. she yearns not only for NVSU to aim for a culture of excellence but also to advocate a culture of peace which should be the supreme advocacy of a country in political turmoil.
research. productive and morally upright citizenry. .VISION AND MISSION OF NVSU VISION NVSU as a Premier University that nourishes a culture of excellence and peace. MISSION To develop fully the potentials of the University’s clientele through high quality and relevant instruction. extension programs and entrepreneurship for an empowered.
technique. . interest and speed to make them self-reliant and productive workers who embody the ideals and aspiration of the college. MISSION To train and produce world class workforce and provide opportunities where by the clientele may acquired the necessary skills.VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY VISION As a centre of excellent of technological education and technical training which will promote and produce world class human resources needed for building of a global village worthy of the university states.
4. To produce quality and relevant industrial technologists needed for local and global employee. To develop technological skills in a particular field of specialization. and perform problem. determine appropriate solutions. To provide a general education that will prepare the student to interact effectively within his social and occupational milieus. 5. 1. 2. manipulative skills. and work values required for employment. To inculcate desirable values and work ethic as a crucial factor for national development. locally and abroad. . OBJECTIVES OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: To provide technological knowledge and information that will enable the learner to analyse job problems.solving tasks in industrial/business establishments. 3. To develop entrepreneurial competencies that will lead to self-employment.COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY GOAL OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY: The College of Industrial Technology aims to develop Industrial Technologists who are equipped with the necessary knowledge. in the values occupational trades.
To know the suitable work etiquette that should be applied in equipment. Knowledge and Experience 1. To develop speech communication through actual activities done. Show students the reality about working. Upholding good negotiation in work environment. Skills and Development 1. 6. To be able to communicate fluently with others.OBJECTIVES OF ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING A. C. B. To know the specific objectives in field management. methods. Provides an opportunity to apply classroom lessons to the real world. . 3. 5. 4. To be able to develop a sense of workmanship. 2. Values and Attitudes 1. 2. To learn different techniques. To make us agile without command coming from the management as long as you know the steps and procedures before doing it. styles. To be able to identify and familiarized a high-tech industrial equipment. and strategies in managing a company 2. 3.