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COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

A NARRATIVE REPORT
ON-THE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT _____________COMPANY___________
Location

A Report Submitted to the Faculty of the


COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
Valencia St., Sampaloc Manila

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
Major in ________________________

NAME OF STUDENT
SY: 2015 2016

APPROVAL SHEET
This report attached hereto entitled A NARRATIVE REPORT ON ONTHE-JOB TRAINING UNDERTAKEN AT __________________________ prepared
and submitted

by

______________________

in partial

fulfillment

of

the

requirements for graduation leading to the Degree in BACHELOR OF


SCIENCE

IN

INDUSTRIAL

TECHNOLOGY

(BSIT)

Major

in

_________________, is hereby endorsed for approval.

REDENTOR P. FENSANTOS
OJT Coordinator
VIS II, College of Industrial Technology

____________________
Date

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements


leading

to

the

degree

in

BACHELOR

OF

SCIENCE

TECHNOLOGY (BSIT) Major in __________________

NOEL A. OREL, MPA.


Dean, College of Industrial Technology

____________________
Date

IN

INDUSTRIAL

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
(Start here) Acknowledgment is to take step of owning or recognizing
in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence,
authority, truth, or genuineness. (Type your acknowledgement here).
THE TRAINEE

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Type the authors autobiography/bibliography here. Write in third


person and in paragraph form.
EX:

The author, Mr. REDENTOR P. FENSANTOS was born in Teresa Rizal,


on September 9, 2009. He is the eldest son of Mr. Henson H. Fensantos and
Mrs.

Cerma

P.

Fensantos.

His

parents

occupations

________________________________.

The author finished his elementary education at Teresa Elementary


School and finished his secondary school education at Morong High School.

The author believes that he will finish this course because his family
who are very supportive, helping and sacrificing for him to have successful
career. The author is also thankful to our Creator, because he gave him a
wonderful family and loving parents.

EARIST VISION
EARIST is envisioned to be a center of excellence in trades business,
arts science and technology education.
(May pananaw ang EARIST na maging sentro
Pakikipagkalakalan,
Negosyo,
Sining,
Siyensiya
Panteknolohiya)

ng

kahusayan sa
at
Edukasyong

EARIST MISSION
Turn out vocationally, Technically, Technologically and scientifically
trained graduates who will be economically productive, self sufficient
effective, responsible and disciplined citizen of the Philippines. (Art. Sec 1,
Chap. 1 Bk. 1 of EARIST Code)
(Humuhubog ng mga nagtapos na may kahusayansa bokasyonal, teknikal,
teknolohikal at maka-agham na produktibo sa larangang pangkabuhayan,
may kasapatang kakayahang pansarili, mabisa, resposable, at disiplinadong
mamayan ng Pilipinas.)
EARIST GOAL
Provide professional, scientific, technological, technical and vocational
instruction and training in trades business, arts, science, and for the special
purpose promote research, advance studies and progressive leadership
(Section 2, RA 6595 and Section 6 PD 1524).
(Naglalaan ng propesyunal , maagham at kasanayan sa pangangaakal,
sining, agham at teknolohiya at sa iba pang larangang binanggit sa Seksiyon
2, R.A. 6595 at Seksiyon 6, P.D. 1524, at sa natatanging layunin na lilinang
sa pananaliksik, matas na antas ng pag-aaral at progesibong pamumuno sa
ibat ibang larangan ng pag-aaral.)
EARIST OBJECTIVES
1. Strive for academic excellence in instruction, research, extension and
production through accreditation.
(Pagsisikap sa sentro ng pagtuturo, pananaliksik, exstensyon at
production sa pamamagitan ng accreditation.)
2. Provide appropriate and continuing faculty and staff development
programs.

(Paglalaan ng angkop at patuloy na pagdebelop sa mga programang


pangkaguruan at kawani.)
3. Provide and maintain appropriate technologies, instructional facilities,
materials and equipment.
(Paglalaan at pagpapanatili ng ankop/sapat na mga teknolohiya,
pasilidad sa pagtuturo at mga kagamitan.)
4. Produce quality graduates who are globally competitive to man the
needs of business and industry.
(Makapagpatapos ng mga mag-aaral na may kalidad na maaring
makipagsabayan sa global na pangangailangang psangkalakalan at sa
industriya.)
5. Attain university status through Unity, Solidarity and Teamwork.
(Maabot
ang
estadong
pamantasan
sa
pagkakabuklod-buklod, kapatiran, at pagkakisa.)

pamamagitan

ng

COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY


CIT MISSION
(MISYON NG KOLEHIYO)
To turn out technically and technologically self-sufficient and
disciplined graduates capable of contributing to the economic development
of the country either as hired workers or entrepreneurs through its programs.
(Lumikha ng mga magsisipagtapos na disiplinado at may kakayanang
teknikal at teknolohikal na makapag-aambag
sa pagpapaunlad ng
ekonomiya ng bansa bilang mga mangagawa o negosyante sa pamamagitan
ng mga inihaing programa.)
CIT GOAL
(LAYUNIN NG KOLEHIYO)
Provides appropriate professional, technical and technological
instruction and training in Industrial Technology and Computer Technology
and promote research, extension, production and entrepreneurship.

(Makapagbigay ng naaangkop na propesyunal, teknikal at teknolohikal na


instruksyon at pagsasanay sa Teknolohiyang pang-Industriya at
teknolohiyang
pang-Komputer
at
itaguyod
ang
pananliksik
at
pagnenegosyo.)

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OBJECTIVES


(MGA PANGKALAHATANG LAYUNIN NG TEKNOLOHIYANG PANG-INDUSTRIYA)

Achieve quality instruction, research, extension and production through


appropriate continuing faculty development programs in Industrial
Technology and Computer Technology.
(Makamit ang de-kalidad na pagtuturo, pananliksik, ekstensyon at
produksyon sa pamamagitan ngmga naangkop at tuloy-tuloy na
programang nagpapaunlad sa kaguruan hinggil saTeknolohiyang pang
Teknolohiya at Teknolohiyang Pang-Komputer.)

Produce technically competitive graduates by providing capability


build-up responsible to the needs of industry.
(Makalikha ng mga magsisipagtapos na may kakayanang teknikal sa
pamamagitan ng naaankop nakasanayan batay sa pangangailangan
ng indutriya.)

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES


(MGA PARTIKULAR NA LAYUNIN NG TEKNOLOHIYANG PANG-INDUSTRIYA)

Provide basic, advance theoretical knowledge and technical skills


development in Automotive Technology, Drafting Technology, Electrical
Technology, Electronics Technology, Food Technology, Fashion and
Apparel Technology, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology,
Mechanical Technology, and Industrial Chemistry Technology.
(Makapagbigay ng mga batayan at abating kaalamang teoretical at
technical na kakayanan sa pagpapaunlad ng pagtuturo sa
teknolohiyang
pang-Awtomotive,
teknolohiyang
pang-Drafting,
Teknolohiyang
pang-Electrikal,
teknolohiyang
pang-Elektroniks,
teknolohiyang
pang-pagkain,
teknolohiyang
pang-Garments,
teknolohiyang pang-Makina, teknolohiyang pang-Reefrigerator at Airconditioning, Kemistring pang-industriya.)

Develop locally and globally competitive graduates imbued with


desirable work values and attitudes.
(Makalikha ng magsisipagtapos na may lunggati sa pangpapahalaga
sa trabaho at paguugali na may kakayanang makipag-kompetensya sa
local at pangdaigdigang saklaw.)

Inculcate Filipino socio-cultural heritage.


(Ipatimo ang sosyo-kultural na pamana ng lahing Pilipino.)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page No.
Title Page

Approval Sheet

ii

Acknowledgement

iii

Bibliographical Sketch

iv

Institute Vision, Mission, Goals and


v
Objectives of the College of Industrial Technology
Table of Contents

vi

CHAPTER
1

INTRODUCTION
Historical Background of the Company
Vision/Mission/Objectives of the Company
Organizational Chart of the Company
Department/Division/Section
Personnel In-Charge and Designation
Inclusive Dates of Training

DAILY ROUTINARY ACTIVITIES

Daily Routines (Summary)


3

SELF-ASSESSMENT
Achievements
a. Skills and Current Technology Learned/Enforced
b. Equipment, Machinery, Testing Apparatus, etc.
Handled
c. Strong Points Versus Weak Points
d. Best Experience on the Job
Problems
a. Causes
b. Suggested Solutions
Personal Relations: Integration with the Company
Personnel
Attendance and Punctuality
Interest and Commitment

RECOMMENDATIONS
Potential of Company as a Training Ground
a. Availability and Appropriateness of Facilities, Tools,
Machinery and Equipment
b. Company Personnel Cooperation
Assessment on the Duration of Training
Recommendation / Suggestion to Future Student-Trainee

APPENDICES
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix

A.
Curriculum Vitae
B.
Endorsement Letter
C.
Parents Waiver and Consent
D.
Certificate of Completion
E.Evaluation Sheet for OJT
F. Activity Sheet
G.
Daily Time Record

Appendix H.
Company Location Map
Appendix I. OJT Photos
Appendix J. Compiled Documentation on CD/DVD