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Westmead International School

College of Engineering

CHAPTER I
SCHOOL PROFILE

This chapter discusses the schools background as well as its mission,


vision and organizational structure. It also includes the program/course
description and IACEPOs mission, vision, rationale and objectives.

1.1 Brief Background


Westmead International School (WIS) is a private-stock corporation
founded in 2004 with main campus at Gulod West, Batangas City. It is committed
to the fulfilment of Higher Education thrusts such as (1) quality and excellence,
(2) access and equity, (3) relevance and responsiveness, and (4) efficiency and
effectiveness, which are the key indicators of development in the education
sector.
Westmead International School is established to provide exemplary
education and training to both local and foreign students. Its focus is to produce
graduates who will excel in their chosen fields and rise to the challenges of an
emergent globalized society.

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Westmead International School (WIS) envisions to be an internationally


recognized premier institution which values the pursuit of truth, the freedom of
inquiry, and the expansion of knowledge in the service of humanity through
learning.
Westmead International School aims to offer service oriented, quality and
relevant education at all levels. Further, the school aims to produce intelligent
and responsible graduates who will pride themselves with adequate knowledge,
skills, and attitude competing locally and globally among other graduates. WIS
education is geared towards the full consummation of the talents and potentials
of the Filipino in the tasks of nation-building.

1.2 Vision/Mission
Mission
The school distinguishes itself as a diverse, socially-responsible learning
community of high level scholarship and academic rigor sustained by truth,
peace and equality. Our aim is to provide exemplary basic, specialized and
undergraduate courses through focused skill development and workforce training
relevant to contemporary needs of the Philippines and the global community.

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Vision
Westmead International School (WIS) envisions to be an internationally
recognized premier institution which values the pursuit of truth, the freedom of
inquiry, and the expansion of knowledge in the service of humanity through
learning.

1.3 Organizational Structure


Westmead International School follows a centralized organizational
structure. The school is headed by Mrs. Illuminada L. de Chavez as the
Chairman of the Board. Westmead is administered by Dr. Arlene D. Castor as
the Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Rachel D. Zayas is the Executive Vice President.
Each department of the school is headed by its corresponding vice presidents.
The following figure shows organizational structure of Westmead International
School. The figure shows the top management with its immediate line supervisor,
and the different departments led by their respective presidents. It also shows the
subordinates and their positions.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mrs. Iluminada L. De Chavez

Chairman of the Board


CORPORATE SECRETARY
Dr. Sharon D. Aledo
President/CEO
Dr. Arlene D. Castor
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
Imelda Atienza
EXECUTIVE VICE
PRESIDENT
Dr. Rachel L. De Chavez

VICE PRESIDENT FOR


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Dr. Marites D. Manlongat

College Deans
Director of Basic Education
REGISTRARS OFFICE
TESTING, EVALUATION &
PLACEMENT OFFICE
Prof. Rosana B. De
Chavez
INDUSTRY-ACADEME
LINKAGE OFFICE
Prof. Ernesto Carlo L. De
Chavez

P.E. CULTURAL AND


SPORTS DEVT OFFICE
NSTP OFFICE
Prof. Ryan A. Aledo

STUDENTS AFFAIRS
OFFICE
Dr. Sharon D. Aledo

LIBRARY
Ms. Amelia P. Lira

ALUMNI OFFICE

VICE PRESIDENT FOR


EXTENSION, RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT
Prof. Ernesto Carlo L. De Chavez

Extension Service
Office

RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT
OFFICE
Dr. Rachel D. Evangelio

VICE PRESIDENT FOR


MARKETING AND
CORPORATE PLANNING
Prof. Clarice L. De Chavez

VICE PRESIDENT FOR


ADMINISTRATION AND
FINANCE
Dr. Sharon D. Aledo

VICE PRESIDENT FPR


INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Prof. Clarice L. De Chavez

CORPORATE
PLANNING OFFICE

MARKETING OFFICE
Prof. Clarice L. De Chavez

CORPORATE
COMMUNICATION
OFFICE

LEGAL AFFAIRS
OFFICE

BUDGET

LEGAL SECRETARY
Dr. Sharon D. Aledo

FINANCE
OFFICE

ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFFICE

Human Resource
Office

CASHIER

ACCOUNTING

INTERNAL
AUDIT

MEDICAL &
DENTAL

SECURITY &
MAINTENANCE

Figure 1
Westmead International School Organizational Structure

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1.4 College of Information Technology and Computer Studies


1.4.1 MISSION/VISION

Vision
Westmead International School (WIS) envisions to be an internationally
recognized premier institution which values the pursuit of truth, the freedom of
inquiry, and the expansion of knowledge in the service of humanity through
learning.
Mission
The school distinguishes itself as a diverse, socially-responsible learning
community of high level scholarship and academic rigor sustained by truth,
peace and equality. Our aim is to provide exemplary basic, specialized and
undergraduate courses through focused skill development and workforce training
relevant to contemporary needs of the Philippines and the global community.
1.4.2 Goals and Objectives
1. To apply scientific and engineering methodologies to the analysis of
problems and the design, implementation and evaluation of computer-based
solutions;
2. To utilize their breadth and depth of theoretical computer concepts and
mathematics to adapt to emerging technologies and the ever changing needs of
the industry;
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3. To exploit their awareness of persistent concepts in the field of


information and Communication Technology to understand and be able to
effectively address complex computational problems using appropriate models,
technologies, tools and abstractions to meet industry standards;
4. To make effective use of oral and written communications in the usual
interactions with clients, colleagues, management and subordinates;
5. To work efficiently and effectively in a term environment to develop
support tools and systems to satisfy stated requirements;
6. To give appropriate consideration to the professional, ethical, legal,
security, and societal impacts of computer technology as it pertains to their
current position; and
7. To continue to enhance their technical skills and their development as
computing professionals through life-long learning.

1.5 Brief Background of the Course/ Program


BS Computer Science is a solid, flexible program, focused on establishing a
firm foundation in the theory of computing, the development of effective problem
solving and mathematical skills, and the systematic application of theory to the
design and development of software.
.

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1.6 Industry- Academe Cooperative Education Program Offices (IACEPO)


All students of Westmead International School are required to undergo a
specific number of hours of immersion into their respective fields of
specialization. This industrial training is a requirement for a students successful
completion of his/her course or programs of study. The industry-academe linkage
is a unique plan of educational enrichment designed to enhance a WIS
graduates ability to merge into the real world of work and become a productive
citizen of this country, through integration of intensive classroom study with
planned and supervised experience in work situation is outside the formal
classrooms environment.

1.6.1 Rationale
IACEPO plans the on-the-job training program for each of the different
courses offered by Westmead International School in collaboration with the
different Deans/ Program Chairs, collect data for planning and development of
timely and responsive on-the-job training experience for the students. IACEPO is
also responsible in establishing strong linkages with the different industries /
education institutions which can provide hands on training to the students of
various programs, give integrated lectures and plant visit for students and
provide appropriate feedbacks regarding OJT students, performance. It also
provides guidance and placement for training and prepare students for

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immersion into their respective industry assignment through a series of seminar/


orientation prior to deployment.

1.6.2 Mission
In line with the schools mission and vision, the Industry-Academe
Cooperative Education Program aims for a truly responsiveness delivery of
higher education through close integration and collaboration with its industry
partners believed to have the technology, knowledge and skills which can be
easily

transferred

to

future

graduates

for

greater

global

and

local

competitiveness.

1.6.3 Goals/ Objectives


The objectives of the activity are to apply the knowledge gained from a
particular field or discipline; acquire generic skills in analyzing and solving
problems; develop and use ethical perspective in complex situations; explore
career options and gain documented work experience; develop competencies
specific to a particular occupation, profession or organized setting, acquire skills
and experiences needed for effective citizenship; and understand differences in
cultures and environment.

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CHAPTER II
COMPANY PROFILE

This chapter discusses the companys profile and workforce, wherein the
trainee spends her 350 hours of internship training.
2.1 Brief Background: Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank, Inc.
History
Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank, Inc., was registered with the
Securities and Exchange Commission on 21 July 2005 under S.E.C. Registration
No. CS200512802. It was incorporated on 15 July 2005 and was granted
authority by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas on February 2006 principally to
engage in the general business of a thrift bank with microfinance orientation.
Also known as MAXBANK A Thrift Bank, it operates in No. 54, Barangay
Sabang, Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro, with Other Banking Office (OBO) at
Unit 1502, 15F 139 Corporate Center, 139 Valero Street, Makati City; and two (2)
Microfinance Banking Offices at GF Home Mark Bldg., JP Rizal St., Camilmil,
Calapan City; and #24 Antonio Pastor Bldg., P. Burgos St., Batangas City.
The Bank has a 7-member Board spearheaded by Chairperson, Ms.
Norma Sit, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Maximilian Oppacher, and President/CEO,

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Agerico G. Agustin. Other members are Dr. Tan Seng Chuan, Mr. Josef-Dax
Aguilar, Ms. Nida C. Suba and Mr. Eduardo G. Jumangit.
Aside from microfinance loans, the Bank also grants small and medium
enterprise loans and business loans and engages in receiving deposits from
public such as savings passbook account and time deposits. It also provides
other services such as safe deposit boxes, domestic and foreign remittances and
payroll services.
MAXBANK is a member of BancNet through its membership in Megalink.
We currently operate three ATMS located at our Head Office and MBOs. We are
looking to expand this network in collaboration with others.
MAXBANK is also a financial institution client of Visa Worldwide (Visa Inc.)
and as such, is licensed in the Philippines to participate in Visas international
financial service principal programs and to use certain Visa- Owned Marks.
Currently, the Bank, through its duly registered Third Party Agents (TPAs), offers
payment facility to any merchants who wish to accept Visa-marked cards as an
alternative option to the usual cash or check payments of their customers. We
also process Visa transactions for other banks and telcos in Philippines.
Maxbank is a member of Megalink interbank network aims to provide
customers with access to over 2900 ATMs nationwide 24 / 7. Maxbank is also a
financial institution client of Visa Worldwide (Visa Inc.). As such, Maxbank is
licensed to participate in Visas international financial service principal

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programmes and offer payment facility to merchants who accept Visa-marked


cards.
In October 2014, Numoni Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based Award Winning
Company acquired controlling stake of Maxbank with the vision to build the bank
to serve the Pinoy Market. Information on Numoni can be found.

2.2 MISSION AND VISION

MISSION
To serve the needs of Small and Micro Businesses and Individual Fairly,
Equitably and with Integrity.
VISION
We desire to be a Leading Thrift Bank in the Philippines serving theNeeds
of Small and Micro Business and Individuals leveraging Technology and Human
Creativity Bringing Value to All Stakeholders. We desire to Shine as a Financial
Light in Luzon.

2.3 CORE VALUES

Integrity and Honesty

Fairness and Equity

Forward Thinking

Leadership and Champion

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CHAPTER III
INTERNSHIP TRAINING ACTIVITIES

This chapter narrates the activities that the student trainee experienced
during the training. This also includes the observation, interaction, participation,
challenges and related activities during the internship training within 300 hours.

3.1 NARRATIVE EXPERIENCES


This summer, I was able to experience how to be in the actual work
setting being an OJT trainee at MAXBANK - A Thrift Bank, located at #24
Antonio Pastor Bldg., P. Burgos St., Batangas City which will cover 300 hours of
work and work days covering 5days/week and 8hours/day just to assure that we
would be able to finish our internship training until June 17. She, together with
Ms. Jaycel Kristine C. Acabal was assigned to the IT Department in Data Center
Section and was tasked to do monthly backup of POLARIS and monitor every
transaction under the supervision of Mr. Randy Rolda, Head System
Development. This training had given her the chance to apply the theories that
she learned in the school and helped her to acquire more knowledge and skills
through actual conduct of jobs based on real situation.

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During the first day of her training, they were first introduced to all
departments and then oriented to all IT employee of the company then were
given some brief information on how the company runs and what services they
offer. After that, theyve been oriented on what kind of services to the company
that IT employee needs to accomplish every day. Although shes only an OJT
trainee she was entrusted to see how their system works (POLARIS, NARADA
and Core Fusion).
After a few days, the trainee with her co-trainee was transferred at Card
Operations under the supervision of Mrs. Leah Liza Aba, the Back Office Head.
Mrs. Aba oriented the trainees of the works they would have during the training.
She also encouraged them to ask questions if tasks appeared confusing. She
monitors every transaction made in Nugen and report whenever theres a
problem. She also have done some updating of

She was excited to learn new

things and engage herself in a more challenging work.


On first few days, she learned how Numoni product works. The front-End
device called Nugen, it is a self-service kiosk built for cash acceptance for a
range of transactions and payment management that operates 24/7. It is a simple
ready-to-go and easy-to-use terminal yet versatile to support 22 types of
currencies.

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The next few weeks of his training, she and her co-trainee were
reassigned again in Data Center Section. The trainee together with Ms. Acabal,
was assigned to sort some CRF (Change Request Form), it is a document
containing a call for an adjustment of a system; it is of great importance in the
change management process. A change request is declarative, i.e. it states what
needs to be accomplished, but leaves out how the change should be carried out.
Ms. Dona Mae Ronquillo, the System Administrator for ATM, POS, VISA and Jr.
Test Analyst explains every CRF that has been filed; she explains thoroughly
how it will effect in the system. In her stay in Data Center, she was taught by Ms.
Ronquillo on how to update and delete an account to let the ATM to transact in
other banks and compressing large files of POLARIS using PuTTY, it is a
terminal emulator application which can act as a client for the SSH, Telnet, rlogin,
and raw TCP computing protocols. She was also a part of the new appearance of
MAXBANK under Mr. Alvin Datinguinoo, also a System Administrator for ATM,
POS, VISA and Jr. Test Analyst. She was tasked to design an ATM for
MAXBANK given a 1 week deadline. With the guide and help of Mr. Datinguinoo
she was praised by her works in terms of Photoshop. The trainee was also
pressured with the works given, since it will be presented to Mr. Ronald Benosa,
the ITG and Head of IT Department. The trainee applies her learnings in school
in doing her report and she was able to accomplish the report and submit it
immediately.

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To end up, she had a great experience on his chosen field. The
knowledge and skills she acquired during her training was really a memorable
one. She was very grateful and fortunate that she became part of one of the
prestigious the companies here in the country.
3.1.1 Observation
During her 300 hours of training, the trainee observed the daily activities of
the employees and admires the commitment of the employees to their assigned
tasks. The employees were working well in their respective areas of
responsibility. They showed their own skills and abilities that were really useful
for the company.
The functions and operations of the system were distributed among the
two departments, Data Center and Card Operations. She has noticed also that
every employee has their own designated pc and unique account in security login
purposes. In addition, Mr. Christopher is responsible for the security of employee
user accounts in MAXBANK.

When it comes to the employees, they were all nice and friendly. They
respect all people especially those above their positions and they maximize their
working time as much as they can. They really know what they were doing. If
there were some mistakes in their work, they made sure that proper or
appropriate solutions were applied. And they always say Though slow but is

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done correctly.

The employees treated the trainees just like other employees, no matter
what their position is. They reported to office on time and strictly followed the
rules and regulations of the company.

3.1.2 Participation

During the stay of the trainee, she felt awkward every time she was given
tasks since she was timid and afraid to be judged by her skills. But as days
passes by, she learned to ask employees what their specialty theyre in and asks
what problem they usually encounter during their work. Her curiosity let her learn
new things.
The trainee also shows her interest in their work, especially in Photoshop
and developing website. She is always curious about things happening in every
system; she showed her interest to learn ideas. She asks question whenever
shes confused on something that is related to work. Her big participation was
designing ATM for MAXBANK but the enjoyment she felt on her work seems it
lessen the toughness of the given task.
She participated in all of the assigned tasks and work given. She also did
what they were usually doing. The trainee experienced an opportunity to be
familiar with the tasks, activities and programs of the company.

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3.1.3 Interaction
At first, the trainee thought it would be easy for her to communicate with
other employees in IT Department since she knew her senior Ms. Ronquillo and
her instructor in Westmead, Mr. Datinguinoo but because it is different from
school to work, she felt timid and nervous. But she kept in mind that interaction
would do her good.

As days passed by, the trainee gained already the confidence to interact
with other people especially with the employees in the department despite the
differences in attitudes, personalities and values. The interaction between the
employee and trainee were getting good because they felt like a family inside the
office and no judgment were made. Employees attitude is not hard to know.
They showed her that shes welcome their office. She learned that getting along
well with other employees and co-trainees make you working relationship great.
As her stay there she didnt notice that her training days passes by quick
and were about to be over. She felt happiness and overwhelmed with all the
learnings related to computer works but also in life.

In general, her training days inside the MAXBANK office particularly in IT


Department were full of new experiences, knowledge and interactions and she
knew that shed learn a lot from them.

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3.2 Challenges
Challenge is a part of living especially in this competitive world. Whether in
school or in a company it is always present. Working in the company is a
challenge needed to face by the trainee. She boldly dealt such challenges during
her internship training in MAXBANK.
Just like in school, the trainee experienced some problems or difficulties
during his internship training. The trainee found it difficult adjusting to his new
environment, new faces and unfamiliar tasks.
She encountered difficulty in differentiating the Polaris and Narada when it
comes to Change Request Form (CRF). With that, she asks questions to Mr.
Datinguinoo or Ms. Ronquillo when she fails to differentiate Polaris and Narada.

Summing it up, these challenges made the trainee more aggressive and
more confident in everything she did. The trainee understands the environment
of MAXBANK and how they overcome those challenges.

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3.2.1 Problems Met


During the trainee On-The-Job training, she had encountered some
problems, like ATM machine being down that has to be restarted again. Also, she
also found it difficult interacting with the employees in MAXBANK especially to
the higher positions because she felt uncomfortable around them.
One of the problems the trainee had met happened was there was an
unannounced black out during working hours, but the generator is not enough to
give power in every PC in the bank. And they came up with shutting down some
PC and air condition to save the Server Room.
3.2.2 Solutions Offered
Every problem poses a good solution. These problems make a person
stronger and independent in facing all the hindrances.
Through the training, the trainee gained more confidence to be with
everyone and to do his job perfectly. The trainee showed to his supervisor that
she was not afraid of learning new things and that she would be useful to the
company by being curious and interested.
Regarding with the difficulty of differentiating she never stops learning
more about them.

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CHAPTER IV
RESULTS AND FINDINGS

This chapter presents the entire training period with the activities and
accomplishment done by the trainee. This also shows skills and competencies
gained during the internship period that gave him the best training ground as a
beginner as well as the overall impact to his chosen career.

4.1 Accomplishments and Contributions


The trainees 2 months On-The-Job training in MAXBANK, she have
learned and enhanced her skills in Photoshop and developing website. She had
accomplished a lot and gained benefits from them. She was able to manage all
these things by herself, as part of her on-the-job training. She have to train
herself and enhance her skills in her field because it is a very important device.
Some of the contributions she made to this company was to create a design for
their new ATM and creating logo with the right dimensions and sizes. And she
also did some compressing, scanning and printing and sending of documents.
The trainee also learned to manage her time properly. The trainee was also
happy assisting being able to help Mr. Datinguinoo in designing new ATM Screen
design and ATM designs. With this, she got more familiar with Photoshop.

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In every task that has been given to her, she made sure that she finished
it promptly and accurately. This training made her more responsible for her
actions and aware of the importance of the time management, effectiveness and
efficiency. This experience served as his reward for his perseverance.
4.2 Competencies Gained
Through this internship training, the trainee came up with a lot of
realizations not only about his course but also about values of life beneficial to
him to be a better individual.
She learned new things and gained new experiences each passing day.
She learned the value of hard work as one of the factors to achieve success,
together with obedience and respect not only to the supervisors but also to all the
employees. This internship training also enhanced her skills; develop her values
and characters to be a good employee in the future.
During her training, she showed also some abilities and knowledge that
she learned from school. She also learned how to maximize his strength, work on
his weaknesses, threats struggles and problems when it comes to work.
4.3 Impact to Chosen Career
The actual experiences are part of ones education. The learning inside
the classroom is a preparation for the more challenging battles in the field. The
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two months internship made a huge impact as her chosen career. It also gave
her the opportunity to explore and expose her mind to the real world. This
pushed her to strive to be a better employee in the future. It also developed her
character and right to conduct in coping with different situations, she will face in
the future.
The 300 hours internship training served as an investment for him in order
to find a better and stable job in the future, as a computer scientist.

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CHAPTER V
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

This chapter discusses the summary, conclusion and recommendations


for the 300 hour on-the-job-training.

5.1 Summary
Training gives chance to the students to apply all the theories and
concepts they have learned from the school in the actual field of work. This
internship training aims to enhance the knowledge of the trainee regarding the
actual works in the field.
She gained lot of things during her training. At first, she was scared
because she had no idea of what waited her in the internship training. But
because of the knowledge that she gained and taught from the school she
became confident and worked her task well. She shows a lot of patience and
dedication to learn more in order for her to grow. Also, she developed her
communication skills; she can now interact who have different employees with
different positions, she had overcome her shyness and nervousness.
These experiences are beneficial for her when he applies her skills in the
field in the near future. Challenges and problems encountered by the trainee

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tightened her abilities and skills that will become an essential part to his life and
her career for the coming years.

5.2 Conclusion
Education is not only centered in the pages of book or the four walls of the
classrooms, it can also be acquired through actual field exposures and everyday
experiences. The internship training is one way of educating students as regards
to the field they have chosen and to experience the reality of workplace. It made
her want to increase herself confidence more and to make her parents proud by
achieving her goals.

Developing oneself in terms of communication and professionalism has


been learned throughout the training hours. The training also encouraged her to
enrich her potential, skills and abilities as a beginner, and building a foundation of
being an effective and efficient worker. Every detailed activity each day served as
a stepping stone to shape the competencies of the trainee to face the future on
her chosen career. The training enriched the trainees individually to stand on his
own as a beginner and will serve as the foundation for the trainee to become a
better worker.
Through participation, observation and interaction inside MAXBANK, the
trainee developed a good relation with her co-trainees and workers wherein he

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realized that for every single day, through valuing and stretching patience into the
job, the trainee will become an oriented worker in the future.

5.3 Recommendations
Internship training is very important to students especially in their field of
specialization, and it creates a good foundation for them to face the real work
situations.
Aspiring trainees should choose the company that would provide good
training that will enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities about the field of
specialization. The school and the company must have good communication,
cooperation and coordination. They should also grab the opportunity to learn
about what really happens in the real world of the field of specialization they have
chosen to make their internship program to be useful in every way they can
because this will be a learning experience that will help them to be better
individuals.
As a trainee, being compliant to the work regulations and attending to the
training is the best way the student can contribute most. Be respectful and
humble to all the staff involved in the business and work with confidence.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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BOOKS

ELECTRONICRESOURCES
Unknown Author, http://maxbank.com.ph/

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APPENDICES

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Appendix A
Certificate of Grammarian

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Appendix B
Request Letter for Training

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Appendix C
Certificate of Completion

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Appendix D
Training Agreement and Liability Waiver

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Appendix E
Overtime Liability Waiver

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Appendix F
On Site Picture

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Appendix G
Resume

CYRA DENISE C. ASILO


+639215565775
asilocyra@gmail.com
Poblacion, San Pascual, Batangas
Philippines 4234

OBJECTIVE:

To be able to perform and contribute my knowledge and skills that would


help the company to deliver and meet the companys overall goals.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:
Date of Birth:
Age:
Place of Birth:
Sex:
Religion:
Citizenship:
Height:

August 07, 1996


19 years old
Poblacion, San Pascual, Batangas
Female
Catholic
Filipino
52 ft.

EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT:

TERTIARY

WESTMEAD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


Alangilan Campus, Alangilan Batangas City
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
2013-present

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Westmead International School


College of Engineering

SECONDARY

BAUAN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL


Pob. II, Bauan, Batangas
2009-2013

PRIMARY

BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY


Alangilan Campus, Alangilan Batangas City
2003-2004
SAN PASCUAL CENTRAL SCHOOL
Poblacion, San Pascual, Batangas
2004 2009

SEMINAR ATTENDED:

CEA AND CITCS ANNUAL ORIENTATION


SEMINAR IN
ENGINEERING AND ICCT
EDUCATION Engineering and
Information
Technology Education opportunities and
challenges and the ASEAN 2015
September 30/October 01 2013
Secure Computer User Seminar H@ckn ka na
lang 2016
February 2016
Ethical Hacking 101 Seminar H@ckn ka na lang
2016
February 2016
LEADING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
OPPORTUNITY THROUGH INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY Adobe Magic Using Creative
Cloud
February 25, 2016

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Westmead International School


College of Engineering
LEADING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
OPPORTUNITY THROUGH INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY Robotics using Arduino
February 25, 2016
LEADING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
OPPORTUNITY THROUGH INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY Big Data Analytics
February 25, 2016
LEADING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
OPPORTUNITY THROUGH INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY Android Mobile APPS
Development
February 25, 2016
6th BUSINESS AND HOSPITALITY
MANAGEMENT FORUM 2016 Shaping the 21st
Century Managers
February 2016

I hereby certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.

_______________________
Applicants
Signature

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