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November 16, 2016

Mr. Archieval Salvador
Program Head, Psychology Unit
STI College Munoz – EDSA
Tanco-cu Bldg. Congressional Ave. cor., EDSA Ave.,
Quezon City, Philippines.

Dear Mr. Salvador,

Our unit seeks to advance the discipline of psychology as an area of scholarly, professional, and scientific endeavor.
Since our primary focus is to provide high quality education, we are actively striving to engage discovery and
dissemination of new knowledge.

Thus, it is with excitement to propose a course requirement for our subject Industrial Psychology, an activity where
students will be exposed to a variety of experiences in the workplace and analyze the work flow among subsystems
within the organization. The students are expected to devote a maximum of 40-hour commitment in the industrial
setting. They are also expected to observe and learn how professionals carry out their duties.

Although students are expected to be enrolled in internship program in their later years, this coursework would give
student an overview of a career specifically in the Human Resource industry. This also aims to serve as guide to our
students in choosing a specialization in our field.

We are looking forward to a positive response on this opportunity.

Thank you for the time and consideration.

Respectfully Yours,

Joni Lee V. Dueñas
Psychology Coach

Industrial Psychology Immersion

R. 10. Students must keep their faculty internship advisor updated on the progress of the internship while away from the campus. 7722 or the Higher Education Act of 1994 to develop and promote policies. DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to give students an overview of variety of work experiences in the actual working environment. All prospects are required to attend the Immersion Orientation that will be conducted by the Immersion Adviser. a transition point from the academic to the “real world” in terms of Industrial and Organizational training. The students should also complete an immersion portfolio that contains all the information required to accredit the program. Grades will be based on direct supervisor’s summary of evaluations and the intern’s final overview paper. 3. systems. 8. 7. It is. The immersion site will be secured by the adviser. The intern should adhere and comply with the company rules and regulation. Series of 2009 or the Guidelines for Student Internship Program in the Philippines (SIPP) for all Programs with Practicum Subject (“the Guidelines”). therefore. 1. The interns are required to maintain an activity log/time signed by the supervisor on a daily basis. The Guidelines address the need to guarantee the quality of learning and exposure. The employer and the interns understand that the interns are not entitled to wages during the immersion period. Prospect interns should devote a maximum of 40 hours of commitment to the host site. the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is tasked to supervise student-internship programs in the country.A. The maximum hours are required and are flexible. Pursuant to this mandate. 9. procedures and programs that address globalization. Areas of Immersion . The prospect interns should finish the required hours of immersion before the end of second semester of school year 2016-2017. 4. 2. Professional associations often publish directories which list names and work addresses of their members. 6. changing policies. All students should be enrolled to the subject Industrial Psychology. Using relevant directories can often yield current names and position titles. The evaluation will be in written format and needs to be sealed in an envelope signed by the supervisor. CHED issued CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. and the promotion of the well- being of tertiary students who are enrolled in recognized higher education programs with practicum subjects. They also need to secure a waiver for parental consent. guidelines and has been set for the program. No. Prospects should also establish a contact person within the immersion site. and liberalization of trade in goods and services. 11. 23. 5. Requirements of the Industrial/Organizational Immersion To ensure a forthright and reasonable system to manage immersion.

Visions and Mission  Evaluation Letter  Reflections on learning experience in each activity from day 1 to 5.The program duration is one week.  Letter of Intent  Parental Consent  Cover Letter  Curriculum Vitae  Personal Data Sheet  HR Forms  Time Logs  Documentation  Company Profile (includes but not limited to) o Company History o Company Background o Organizational Chart o Philosophy. and the percentage time to be allocated to each field. students should be able to complete the following additional course requirements. The areas that need to be accounted for in the compilation of and participation in an immersion in industrial psychology. are depicted in the table below: AREAS IN INDUSTRIAL DURATION PSYCHOLOGY 1 Recruitment 8 hours 2 Testing 8 hours 3 Payroll 8 hours 4 Employee Relations 8 hours 5 Training and Development 8 hours Total= 40 hours Industrial Psychology Portfolio By the end of the immersion period.  Certificate of Participation  Reflections on ethical challenges of each activity and how these were accounted for  Notes on discussions with supervisor(s) PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL REPORT .

flexibility and receptiveness in dealing with others. Attendance and Punctuality Number of absences and tardiness per evaluation period based on host company’s standards. Quality of Work (15%) Achieves result of highest quality considering the amount of application Quantity of Work (15%) Achieves objective and meet standards in quantity of work produced. Inter-Personal Relationship (10%) Harmonious working relationships carrying out work activities. with good communication skills and well-groomed. Name of Trainee: Host/ Company Name: Course/ Program: On-site Supervisor: Contact Number: Office Number/s: E-mail Address CONTENT Rating in Percentage Technical Competence (30%) Applies technical knowledge and ability to the job. Overall Rating: ___________________ Appraised by: ______________________ Date: ______________________ Name and Signature of On-Site Supervisor Date: ___________________ . Initiative (10%) Is cheerful. outgoing.

Parental Consent I have read and understood the information regarding the Immersion Program and hereby give my son/daughter. ___________________________________ (Name of Student) permission to participate in the said course requirement. including attorney’s fees. that may result from my child’s participation in the immersion program. or representatives arising from injury or damages. _________________ Signature MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT . employees. I hereby agree to waive and release any and all rights that I. I realize that each student must provide his/her own transportation to and from the internship workplace site. or our representatives may have to make claim against the school or their respective advisers. my child.