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CHAPTER 1

This chapter presents the introduction, personal data of the student-trainee highlighting
the college of her origin, as well as her field of specialization.
INTRODUCTION
On the Job Training of OJT is one method by which students is given a chance to apply
the theories and computations that they have learned from the school. It also helps the students to
acquire relevant knowledge and skills by performing the actual work setting. Colleges and
Universities require their students to undergo such training with a specific number of hours as
part of the curriculum.
On-the-job training (OJT) is one of the best training methods because it is planned,
organized, and conducted at the employees worksite. OJT will generally be the primary method
used or broadening employee skills and increasing productivity. It is particularly appropriate for
the developing proficiency skills unique to an employees job especially job that is relatively
easy to learn and require locally-owned equipment and facilities.
For the students, an OJT or internship program provides opportunities to go through the
actual methodologies of a specific job using the real tools, equipments and documents. In effect,
the workplace becomes a development venue for a student trainee to learn more about his/her
chosen field practice what he/she has learn from academy.
On the other hand, an effective OJT program also benefits the company who accepts
trainees. First OJT or intern provides additional manpower for a lesser labor cost than a regular
employee. Most of them are eager to learn the ropes so chances are high that they will cooperate.

Employers can use this internship strategy as a method in recruiting new employees.
Since the trainer or the supervisor can follow the trainees progress, he/she can gauge based on
performance, behavior and attitude if the trainee will make a good recruit after the completion of
his/her internship.
OJTs can bring fresh ideas into the organization. Given the opportunity to speak their
minds freely and without fear, they may be able to contribute significantly in brainstorming
sessions or research and eventually help improve organizations productivity. While training the
intern, employers are in fact also teaching their employees to process of guiding the trainees
stretches their patience, develops teaching skills and makes more sensitive to the needs and mind
set of the younger generation. The course of supervision also teaches them how to share what
they know and be receptive to questions. Hence, the internship also becomes an avenue in
training for the future managers of the company.
Accommodating on-the-job trainees can truly be beneficial not only to the trainees but
also to the companies in that provide opportunities for this type of learning. There is wisdom in
the front lines. Such training can be investment that will be valuable to the company later on.
This is also why trainees should take their internship seriously as it can become a powerful tool
and possibly even a source of recommendation when they take that big lift from being students to
career professionals.
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY VISION
A globally recognized institution of higher learning that develops competent and morally
upright citizens who are active participants in nation building and responsive to the challenges of
the 21st century.

BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY MISSION


Batangas State University is committed to the holistic development of productive citizens
by providing a conducive learning environment for the generation, dissemination and utilization
of knowledge through innovative education, multidisciplinary research collaborations, and
community partnerships that would nurture the spirit of nationhood and help fuel national
economy for sustainable development.
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY CORE VALUES
FAITH
The Universitys initiatives and activities are guided by a strong faith in a Supreme Being. These
are anchored on high regard and respect for the beliefs and orientation of each member of the
academic community for a productive and meaningful co-existence.

PATRIOTISM
This value extends from promoting love of country to taking pride in being a Filipino. The
University advocates a strong sense of commitment to national ideals through its active
promotion of the Philippine culture and heritage , as well as concern for the environment and the
nations natural biodiversity, all of which lead to the creation of a pool of professionals who are
instrumental for nation building.

HUMAN DIGNITY
This value affirms the uniqueness, inherent worth, and distinction of every member of the
community, with high respect to equality, social justice, and human rights. This is seen as the
most effective way to prevent or resolve conflicts, and is thus necessary to ensure a harmonious
University environment.

INTEGRITY
This pertains to the Universitys steadfast adherence to morally-sound principles and ideals in the
pursuit of institutional goals and objectives. It covers the values of accountability, honesty,
righteousness, incorruptibility, and decency in the governance and implementation of academic,
administrative, financial policies.

MUTUAL RESPECT
This refers to the recognition and acceptance of individual and professional differences in the
exercise of academic freedom and the freedom of expression. It is exhibited by a community that
is progressive-minded and receptive to growth and positive change.

EXCELLENCE

A strong commitment to excellence in the areas of instruction, research and extension services,
as well as in the management of financial resources and in the general administration of the
University, is the most significant factor in ensuring the successful attainment of the Universitys
vision. Excellence results to continuous quality improvement in the services offered by the
university to its clientele and stakeholders.

Goals of College of Engineering, Architecture, Fine Arts and Computing Sciences


The College of Engineering, Architecture, Fine Arts and Computing Sciences
(CEAFACS) aims to develop a well-rounded graduate attuned to the promotion of a national
identity imbued with the moral integrity, spiritual vigor, utmost concern for environmental
protection and conservation, and credible and relevant ideals in the pursuit and furtherance of the
chosen profession.
It seeks to promote a standard of excellence in the education of competent young men
and women who can assume active leadership and/or meaningful participation in the fields of
engineering, architecture, fine arts and computing sciences.
INSTRUMENTATION and CONTROL ENGINEERING
A professional engineering discipline that deals with the project planning, material
applications, design and installation, operation and/or maintenance in the field of measurement,
signal processing, control and industrial automation. Be well-rounded individuals with strong
personal

skills(decision

making,

analytic

reasoning,

problem

solving),

professional

skills(creative thinking, critical thinking, ethics and responsibilities) and able to work and

communicate in team environments. Participates in endeavors that promote career advancement


and life-long learning.
The following skills, knowledge, and behavior are expected to be attained by students as they
progress through the program:

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems.


Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet the desired needs within
realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and

safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance to standards.


Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,

economic, environmental, and societal context.


Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
Knowledge of contemporary issues.
Ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering

practice.
Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member
and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PERSONAL DATA
Nickname:

Vhince

Status:

Single

Birthday:

September 08, 1994

Age:

21

Height:

173cm

Weight:

68kgs

Religion:

Roman Catholic

Fathers Name:

Maximo M. Oliva

Mothers Name:

Tessie G. Oliva

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Tertiary

Batangas State University


Alangilan, Batangas City
2011- present

Course

BS Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Secondary

Malaking Pook National High School

Primary

Natunuan North Elementary School

CHAPTER II
COMPANY PROFILE

Universal Robina Corporation (URC) is one of the largest branded consumer food and
beverage product companies in the Philippines and has a significant and growing presence in the
ASEAN markets. URC is among the Philippines' pioneers in the industry. It has been in
operations for over 50 years since John Gokongwei, Jr. established Universal Corn Products, Inc,
a cornstarch manufacturing plant in Pasig, in 1954.
URC is engaged in a wide range of food-related businesses, including the manufacture
and distribution of branded consumer foods and is also in commodities namely sugar million
band refining and flour milling and in Agro industrial businesses of farms mainly hogs and
animal feed milling and related products.
URC is the leading branded snack foods and Beverage Company in the Philippines. URC
is the first "Philippine Pan ASEAN Multinational" and has proven itself to be a trailblazer in
manufacturing with a strong and loyal consumer base. The company has unswervingly
showcased its innovation and excellence through its groundbreaking products, wide distribution
network, and effective marketing. This is also evident in URC's formidable market leadership in
snack foods and beverages.
John Gokongwei Jr. established a vision for URC to become one of the leading pan Asian
players in snack foods and beverages. This vision is gradually being realized as URC has
managed to transform itself from a Philippine operation to a recognized Asian multinational with
full scale operations in eight countries outside the Philippines, and soon in emerging markets like
Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. In addition, URC's products are already being exported to
mainstream markets in the US, Europe, Japan, Korea the Middle East and frontier markets in
West Africa, like Ghana and Nigeria.

URC has built three strong regional brands over the years; "Jack 'n Jill" for snack foods,
"C2" for ready to drink tea, and "Great Taste" for coffee, with these brands becoming popular
across the ASEAN region. URC's key to success is to build very strong branding through a
robust product innovation pipeline, consumer-centric marketing and world-class manufacturing
and supply chain management. URC will continue to transform itself in line with the changing
external dynamics in line with increasing opportunities in Asia and beyond.
BUSSINESS OPERATION
Universal Robina Corporation (URC), the "first Philippine multinational", is one of the
largest branded foods companies in the Philippines, and has managed to expand to other Asian
markets. Most recently, URC has expanded its reach to New Zealand and Australia through the
acquisition of Griffin's Foods, a leading snacks player in New Zealand.
URC is engaged in a wide range of food-related businesses, including the manufacture
and distribution of branded consumer foods, flour milling and pasta manufacturing, sugar milling
and refining, renewable energy via the bio-ethanol and biomass cogeneration businesses (under
Sugar Group), hog farming, manufacture of animal feeds, glucose, soya products and veterinary
compounds.
UNIVERSAL ROBINA CORPORATION MISSION
Universal Robina Corporation (URC) is one of the largest branded food product
companies in the Philippines and has a growing presence in other ASEAN markets.

UNIVERSAL ROBINA CORPORATION VISION


URC's vision is to be the best Philippine food and beverage company, with a powerful
presence throughout the ASEAN region, carrying a wide portfolio of delightful brands of
exceptional quality and value, equipped with efficient systems and motivated people. We are
committed in making lives a truly fun experience.
UNIVERSAL ROBINA CORPORATION VALUES
Passion to Win: We build organizational capability by being entrepreneurial and proactive,
driven by a sense of urgency and purpose. We continuously challenge ourselves to deliver worldclass brands and consistently rally our people to strive for excellence.
Dynamism: We cultivate a culture of innovation and productive working relationships. We
continuously find ways to improve organizational and people capabilities to meet constantly
challenging consumer needs.
Integrity: We are guided by transparency, ethics, and fairness. We build the business with honor
and are committed to good governance. Our processes and products meet the highest standards.
We are credible in our dealings with both internal and external stakeholders.
Courage: We seize opportunities in building long-term, sustainable businesses. We make tough
people and business decisions to ensure competitive advantage.

CHAPTER III
ON THE JOB TRAINING ACTIVITIES
This chapter narrates the activities that the student trainees had gone through during the
training. This also includes the observation, participation, interaction and challenges during their
training.
This discusses its place as a development tool and how it was delivered effectively by the
company. On the job training is an important way in which students acquire relevant knowledge
and skills at work.
I.

PERSONAL
Being a student trainee for more than 3 months in URC- Packaging Division, the
experience helped me to gain more knowledge and helped me to discover and
develop my personality and skills. Some of them are:
Able to adapt oneself to new surroundings.
Employing analytic methods.
Able to express oneself clearly.
Being versatile.
Ability to work on your own without being constantly supervised.
Make changes, introduction of something new.
The inner reason for any act; as, hunger might be the motive for working.
Done the work with energy.
Turning easily or readily from occupation/job to another, changeable.

II.

INTERPERSONAL
Working in an office full of professional engineers and personnel allowed me to see what

they do and how they do it. With this, I have learned different attitudes such as:

Gain more self-confidence


Having a positive attitude towards superiors.

III.

Having verbal and non-verbal communications towards the employee and co-

student trainee.
Being a team player: Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment and get

along fairly well with people from different nationalities is also a plus.
Doing critical-thinking and problem solving.
Managing my time efficiently.
Being flexible.

TECHNICAL
Maintenance Department gave me a lot of opportunities to exercise and practice my skill

in my field of work. They taught me how a Manufacturing Company works by creating


products for the clients in time. From the manpower to the engineered modules, Maintenance
Department taught me everything on how to be a productive engineer in their company.
Having my OJT at URC (Universal Robina Corporation) is really good. With this OJT Ive
learned a lot of things such as:

IV.

I gain more knowledge about troubleshooting


I learned more about AC and DC motors
I learned more about PLC and how it works
I learned how to configure temperature controller
I learned how is the used of auxiliary contactor
I learned how to repair and troubleshoot Siemens drives
I learned how to install oscillation motor, changing white filter of motor blower.
I learned how to change the main filter on Main Line 1 and 2.
I learned how to installed and remove some sensor in the plant.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC
Universal Robina Corporation (URC) Packaging Division helped me attain my

objectives in my On-the-Job Training. The Company exposed me to different preparations


and tasks in coordination with the other employees to help the company in delivering the
modules to the client in time. First, the Company conducted a 1-day orientation for Safety to
make us familiarized with the Safety Rules that the Company exercises. Second, my

supervisor and the other employees trained me to be a part of their team and taught me things
that must be regularly done for the project. I was accomplished to do some monitoring in the
Mechanical and Utility Department, assisting mechanical technicians in their task, and doing
the 5S.
The company conducts toolbox meeting regularly and the department allows us

to join

the assigned task in each personnel to increase our knowledge in the process, letting us to
make our own decision in solving problems that they encounter.
Moreover, the Manager, Supervisors and all the other employees trained me to be a
responsible and determined engineer in the future that wont give up easily in the challenges
of life.

CHAPTER IV
TRAINING ASSESTMENT
I.

Student Outcome
As an On-the-Job Trainee in Universal Robina Corporation Packaging Division.,

Maintenance Department, I was introduced in multiple learning that built the foundation of my
knowledge in the field of engineering. It developed my skills not only technically, but also
interpersonally and interpersonally. Although I admit that most of my works are far from my
field of engineering, I admire the perseverance of my supervisor and other employees to reach
out to me and make sure that I am learning.
Most importantly, Universal Robina Corporation has taught me how to communicate and
understand well. I learn a lot of things in my OJT, some of it I adopt and apply to myself and

some of it helps develop my skills and enhance my knowledge. I learn to be more patient in
every task that given to me, to be nice and humble in every person I interact and most of all to
love my work.
II.

Program
Being a BS Instrumentation and Control Engineering student, we learned some of our

major fields like pneumatics and hydraulics. This enhances our knowledge about pneumatics,
hydraulic actuators, calibrating sensors and electrical diagram. We had the opportunity to
dismantle and repair some of the actuators used in the field. We may not totally encounter some
field in our training but we learned not only for our field but also other field. This may help us to
gain more knowledge that can be applied not only for our course but also in the other field and
courses.
A Technical Narrative Report
Universal Robina Corporation Packaging Division
April 25, 2016 July 28, 2016

A Technical Paper Presented to the Faculty of


ECE/ICE/MEXE Department
College of Engineering, Architecture and Fine Arts
Batangas State University
Batangas City

In Partial Fulfillment of the


Requirements for On-the-Job Training (OJT)
Bachelor of Science in Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Marvin G. Oliva

August 2016