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FORM 03 OJT Proposal

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING OFFICE


BPSU Main Campus, City of Balanga, Bataan

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING PROPOSAL REPORT


Please complete form below and attach to this form a report answering all the questions. Questions must be answered in full sentences, and clarification and/or additional explanation must be given when necessary. Your report must be typed and presented as a formal report.

PART I. Name: REGGIE D. CASIPLE Student No.: 10-01902

Address: MONARK, TUYO BALANGA,BATAAN Phone/Cell No.: 09104245873 Course: BS in INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY On-the-Job Training period: From: MAY PART II. Name of on-the-job Training Site: RISING SUN AGGREGATES CORPORATION Complete Address: RSAC MOTORPOOL DECENA AVE. GABON, ABUCAY,BATAAN Phone: _______________________ Fax: _____________ E-Mail: ________________ Company Supervisor or Trainor: EMILIO P. MORALES Company supervisor: ____________________________________________________ PART III. Please answer the following questions clearly.
1. Description of your chosen company. This company is an importer/exporter of Fuel Products (Gasoline/Diesel etc.) 2. What are your goals related to your on-the-job training? My principal goals are to learn, to obtain new knowledge and skills and to be an efficient worker (OJT). 3. Why do you think this on-the-job training site will have you meet your goals? Give specific examples. I think they will help me a lot of things. For example, I will gain more knowledge on how to troubleshoot an engine from this company. 4. Do you have any reservations at all regarding this on-the-job training? (Location, personalities, arrangements, expectations, etc.) I have expectation that this on-the-job training will me become a productive and efficient worker. 5. What can you contribute to your chosen company? I can contribute by giving the best of me to the work given by my trainor.

Major: AUTOMOTIVE TECH. To: OCTOBER

FORM 09 Appendix D

ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING OFFICE
BPSU Main Campus, City of Balanga, Bataan

STUDENT MID-TERM EVALUATION OF ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

STUDENT: REGGIE D. CASIPLE

DATE:____________________

COMPANY NAME: RISING SUN AGGREGATES CORPORATION

To be completed by the student-trainee and sent to his or her College OJT Coordinator immediately upon completion of the _____week of the month of the on-the-job training. Discussions of your reactions expressed on this form with your company supervisor or trainor are helpful for you to make your on-the-job training experience as meaningful as possible. Answers must be typed. 1. How can the on-the-job training experience be more meaningful?

In my opinion, it would be more meaningful if the on-the-job training is within two years. Because students will be more knowledgeable and skilled if they will be trained well.
A. What can you do to make it so?

I will be a suitable and productive on-the-job trainee.


B. What can the company do to make it so?

The company must be more adequate in terms of supervision.


2. What experience would you like to see given more emphasis during the remainder of your time with the company?

More under chassis experience because its one of the hardest part of being a mechanic.
3. Is the university supervision you are getting adequate? Suggestions:

Yes, because they inform us to be a responsible on-the-job trainee.


4. Is the company supervision you are getting adequate? Suggestions:

Yes, because the management is responsible by supporting the onthe-job trainees.


5. Are your on-the-job training goals being met? Explain.

Yes, because my principal goals are to learn and to obtain new knowledge and I think I met it.
6. Are you following your plan? Explain.

Yes, because this is what I should do.

FORM 11 Appendix F

ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING OFFICE
BPSU Main Campus, City of Balanga, Bataan

STUDENT-TRAINEE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING EXPERIENCE EVALUATION


Student Name: REGGIE D. CASIPLE Date:_____________ Course: BS in INDUSTRIAL TECH. Major: AUTOMOTIVE TECH. Semester: 2nd SEMESTER Immediate Job Supervisor/Trainor: EMILIO P. MORALES Company Name: RISING SUN AGGREGATES CORPORATION Company Address: RSAC MOTORPOOL DECENA AVE. GABON, ABUCAY, BATAAN

Please rate the strengths and weaknesses of the cooperating company and your immediate job supervisor/trainor in terms of meeting your needs as on-the-job student trainee. Use the following scale: Excellent 5 More than Adequate 4 Adequate 3 Fair 2 Poor - 1 Assess Your Personal and Professional Development: ____ 1. What type of work assigned to you? Include a list of job responsibilities.

WORK: Under chassis works, Maintenance RESPONSIBILITIES: Be professional


____ 2. What type of orientation did the employer provide?

Work-role orientation
____ 3. What specific knowledge or skills did you gain as a result of your on-the-job training?

Tune-up skill Troubleshooting


____ 4. What previous shop laboratory experiences or college activities were useful to your on-the- job training?

Overhauling
____ 5. Has the on-the-job training experience helped you to prepare for a future employment in industry? Why or why not?

Yes, because with on-the-job training I will become an efficient worker.


____ 6. How could shop laboratory experiences you have taken were of the most value during on-the-job training?

Yes, because I have insights on what to do.


____ 7. How did this on-the-job training help you to grow personally and professionally?

It will help trainees on being a responsible worker.


____ 8. What related activities/programs you were experience in the company that are useful to your on-the-job training preparation?

Repairing transmission, it will help me in the future.


____ 9. What training skills or competencies were you required to use in your assigned task?

Flexibility and Adaptability


____ 10. What are significant problems or obstacles you encountered to the successful completion of your on-the-job training?

Removing air tubes from air governor


____ 11. What was the most valuable thing you gained from your on-the-job

training?

Knowledge
____ 12. What advice would you give to new student-trainee enrolling into this on-the-job training program?

Be responsible, seek opportunities that will help you to your training.


____ 13. Were you rotated throughout the various departments, offices, positions, or sectors of that organization to expose you to multiple aspects of the operation of that site? (Please check: Yes, abundantly ___ Yes, a little __ No ___ ) ____ 14. What percent of your time was spent? doing repair works? 20% doing production works? 20% learning and preparing programs/projects? 20% leading/teaching activities or programs? 10% interacting with co-workers? 30% ____ 15. Was your company supervisor/trainor supportive, helpful and interested in your education and progress? (please check: Yes, abundantly __Yes, alittle ___ No ___ ) ____ 16. Was housing associated with this on-the-job-training? (please check: Yes, free ___ Yes, low cost ___ Yes, high cost ___ No __ ) ____ 17. Was there an allowance, stipend or monetary reimbursement associated with your on-the-job training? Yes __ Amount/Hour _______ Per Day_Php150_ Per Month ______ ____ 18. Are there permanent job opportunities available at this company (at some time, even if none are open at present) Please specify? Yes___________ No_________ ____ 19. What suggestions can you make to help improve the On-the-Job Training Program of the university?

Less narrative report


____ 20. Do you recommend this company for future on-the-job training site? (Please check: strongly ____ with reservations ____ No _____) ____ 21. What area of skills/course does this company best prepare a student-trainee for? What type of student-trainee should we recommend to this company in the future?

Self-motivation
____ 22. In general, how would you grade the quality of your on-the-job training experience: (check the one that applies: Excellent ___ Very Good __Good ___ Fair ___ ) ____ 23. Briefly, why did you give it this grade?

Maybe, some improvements are needed.

FORM 13 Appendix H

ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING OFFICE
BPSU Main Campus, City of Balanga, Bataan

NARRATIVE REPORT OJT WRITTEN REPORT CONTENTS AND FORMAT


All students who finished On-the-Job Training are required to submit a Written Report as follows: I. Company Data/Profile: a. Brief History/Background of the company 2007 1. Organizational Structure

Divisional Structure
2. Policies, Rules and Regulations

Absenteeism or tardiness. No smoking is allowed except where specifically authorized. Be responsible


3. Products/Services Offered

Fuel Products(Gasoline/Diesel)
b. Inclusive Dates of Training

From May 2013 to October 2013


c. Department/Division/Section

Management Division Maintenance Department Field/Garage


d. Name(s) of personnel (Human Resource Manger, Supervisor, Liaison Officer, Training Officer, etc.) involved in the training program with their respective designations.

II. On-the-Job Training Program: a. OJECTIVES

The major objectives of the on-the-job training are summarized as follows:

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

To expose the students to the various aspects of industrial practices and work ethics. To apply the training knowledge and skills for the preparation of their final year of their chosen program. To enable the students to gain experiences, relate and apply the knowledge and skill acquired in academic settings to real industrial situations and problems. To give the students opportunities to use new technology as it is use in company. To enable the student to develop new skills in leadership, supervisory and administrative roles. To acquire skills of the various operations, process and techniques used in company. To facilitate the development of professional work ethics. To allow students to enhance their personal characteristics through work experiences. To provide student opportunity for career exploration with potential employers (employing agencies). To develop and instill in the student a positive attitude, self-confidence and self-motivation in handling the task. To develop and strengthen liaisons between the student, the university and the company.
a. Schedules/timetable being followed b. Areas of Training where you were assigned

Maintenance Department
III. Practical Activities: a. Daily/Weekly/Monthly Accomplishment Report Activities 1. Accomplishment Report Activities should be supported by pictures and captions. 2. Photocopy of School and company ID 3. Photocopy of Evaluation of Grades

IV. Evaluation: a. Achievement 1. Skills and current technology learned from the company

Using different jacks, Operating loader


2. Equipment, machinery, testing apparatus, etc., handled

Fixed Drill, Fixed Grinder


3. Was the proposed program followed? Completed?

Yes
4. What are the strong points and weak points during the training?

My strong point is that I am willing to learn and weak point is doing with many personnel.
5. What are the best experiences on the job?

When rescuing a failing truck.


b. Failures 1. Causes of failures during the training.

Not listening to the supervisor.


2. Suggested solutions to problems met.

Be attentive
c. Preparation of trainees upon the start of the training (theory and manual skills) 1. In school

Legal papers Self preparation Orientation


2. In company

Orientation
d. Attendance and punctuality 1. Policy of company in terms of attendance, punctuality, tardiness

Give reminder that you will not be attending on that day.


2. Daily Time Record used with authenticated signatures e. Interest and commitment during the training period.

Work Interest
f. School company coordination. 1. How the school coordinates with the company?

For me, very cooperative because the school picks the company for me.
V. Recommendations: a. Potential of training as a training ground 1. Availability and appropriateness of facilities, equipment and machinery

Efficiently, because facilities, equipment and machinery are the main factor of the company.
2. Company personnel cooperation

They are sociable and not that strict.


b. Duration of training (too long or too short) Too short. c. Proposed revisions for the improvement of the training program

Add one year for on-the-job training.


d. Advise to future OJTs to the company or to other companies in general.

Be responsible, seek chance/opportunities that will help you to your training.

VI. Pertinent Documents: a. Letter of Application b. Resume c. Waiver Form d. Certificate of Completion e. Evaluation Form/Grades