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WORK IMMERSION EXPERIENCE AT DINALUPIHAN WATER DISTRICT

OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF DINALUPIHAN, BATAAN

Student Portfolio
Submitted to the Senior High School Department
Pagalanggang National High School
Pagalanggang Dinalupihan, Bataan

In partial fulfillment of the requirement for


Work Immersion, Academic Track
Humanities and Social Sciences Strand

SARVIA R. CAPULONG
May, 2018
LETTER TO THE READERS

Dear readers,

Hello readers! I’ am Via and I’ am a senior at Pagalanggang National High

School. I made this portfolio so you can learn about my Work Immersion Experience and

also as a partial fulfillment of my requirements in Grade 12. I want this porfolio to

show not only my work but also what I learn to work with other people. I believe that

working together is a success.

During my work immersion. I do the simple job like filing the files

alphabetically. Sorting those files, photocopying using Xerox machine, greeting the

people who passing by like “Good morning Sir, good morning Ma’am.” and etc. They

don’t give us the laborious job.

This portfolio will give you an advance knowledge about Work immersion. As

my experience to work with other people. I found out that everyone is unique in their

own way like their experiences, perception, intelligence, creativity, genetics,personality

and many more. I learn a lot of advices came from the employees that “ you must know

how to deal with people or costumer, you must know the real meaning of the word

respect, you must know that not everyone can’t deal with your personality, you must

know your limitations.”I hope you appreciate the time I took for this porfolio and also I

hope my experience will gives you aspiration. I believce you will experience it too.

Sincerely,

SARVIA R. CAPULONG

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

With the deepest gratitude and appreciation, I humbly give thanks to the people

who, with all they can, helped me in making the On-the-job Training or Work Immersion

a possible one.

To my mother, for her unending love and support, for providing all my needs

financially and morally, for her patience and understanding during my tiring days that I

can’t help her in the chores.

To my teacher/coordinator of Work Immersion, Mr. Tracy John Henry Reyes for

his dedication, guidance, encouragement and aspiring words to motivate me to develop

and become effective student.

To all personnel in Dinalupihan Water District (DWD), especially Ms. Joanna

Torres and Ms. Encee Sta. Maria for welcoming me and my fellow groupmates

wholeheartedly and for giving us the opportunity to experience how its become a real

employee.

To the other institution where I take the On-the-Job training. Bataan Peninsula

Medical Center (BPMC).To all staff there particularly The Admitting and Information

clerk, Ms. Jezery Manalansan, and Ms. Joanna Quindara for treating me as if I’m a real

employee; for sharing their foods and experience about their work; for their concern,

encouragement and guidance. Furthermore, I would like to express my appreciation to the

workforce of Caritas Health Shield and Policemen in Philippine National Police (PNP)

Dinalupihan, Bataan for giving me a unique experiences.

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To my friends and co-trainees, for the happiness and joy; for being there to support

me, comfort me whenever I have difficulties during my training. I thank them for the

friendship and teamwork.

Above all, to our Lord God Almighty, for his unconditional love and for the

blessing he is showering upon me each day of my life. I thank him for guiding me

during my training and for making this Work Immersion a possible one. For the

provision and wisdom he has bestowed upon me. By his grace, I was able to finish this

training without any conflict. To God Be All The Glory!

Most of all , I thank him for his word that keeps on reminding me that “I can do

all things through Christ who strengthends me.”(KJV) (Phil.4:13)

SARVIA R. CAPULONG
HUMSS Student

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INTRODUCTION

Grade 12 Senior High School Students have started their work immersion

related to their selected academic track or their selected vocational course. The

immersion trains students and strengthen their skill or expertise for their work in the

future. It is part of the K-12 program which prepares students to work in companies

According to the Department of Education, this program is an 80-hour hands-on

encounter which Senior High Students must experience to open them to the genuine

working environment setting and improve their abilities learned in school.The

Department of Labor and Employment said work this is an integral part of the K to 12

Program in fully realizing its goal to produce job-ready graduates equipped with industry-

based skills. DOLE strongly affirms that work immersion contributes to the full

realization of the objectives of the K to 12 Program.

Through this program , the students can be ready for their big step in working and

be comfortable and familiar with business-related conditions in line with their

specialization. Students experience the social interaction in work environment that would

help them as they graduate and face real life. Work immersion is useful as it enables

Senior High students to decide if what they have chosen in school is what they want to

have as a career. Being able to test their skills and knowledge in practice will help them

develop their career choice.

Objectives of the Work Immersion

Work Immersion will help develop among the learners life and career skills, and

will prepare them to make decisions on postsecondary education or employment. It aims

to make the learners:

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1. Appreciate the importance and application of the principles and theories learned in

school;

2. Enhance their technical knowledge and skills;

3. Enrich their skills in communications and human relations; and

4. Develop good work habits, attitudes, appreciation, and respect for work.

Duration and Place of Work Immersion

Date Duration Place

April 30 ,2018 8am to 5pm DWD

May 3,2018 8am to 5pm DWD

May 4, 2018 8am to 5pm DWD

May 5, 2018 8am to 5pm BPMC

May 6, 2018 8am to 5pm BPMC

May 12,2018 8am to 5pm BPMC

May 13, 2018 8am to 5pm BPMC

May 17,2018 8am to 5pm BPMC

May 18,2018 8am to 5pm CARITAS

May 21, 2018 8am to 5pm PNP

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THE TRAINING AREA

Figure 1. The Dinalupihan Water District The Logo

History

The Dinalupihan Water District (DWD) was formed pursuant to Presidential

Decree No. 198 otherwise known as the “Local Water Utilities Act of 1973” and by the

Sangguniang Bayan of Dinalupihan Resolution No. 39, series of 1989 dated June 20,

1989 and led to the subsequent turnover of all the assets and the facilities run by the

Local Government Unit of Dinalupihan. Before its formation, there is no existing water

supply system in the locality, and the residents acquired water through available free-

flowing and privately owned deep wells. As a requirement in availing financial

assistance for the development of the water system, DWD filed the required pertinent

documents with the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) and on July 13, 1989,

a Conditional Certificate of Conformance no. 409 was issued. On March 12, 1992 all

water districts became Government Owned and Controlled Corporations by virtue of the

Supreme Court ruling of September 13, 1991. DWD is now under the supervision of the

Civil Service.After over two decades.

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Mission- Dinalupihan Water District commits to: Achieve and provide universal or

equitable access to safe, adequate, reliable and affordable drinking water, sanitation

and hygiene for all;

 Promote gender equality among its employees and residents;

 Help in the develepmoent of the community and its habitat as a whole

Vision- An ideal Large Water District where access to safe and affordable drinking water

is basic and universal human rights, where there is adequate and accessible sanitation and

hygiene.

Service Pledge - We pledge to continuously work in sustaining our goals of providing

good service to our consumers, thru an efficient water supply and a good working

relationship with our consumers, aimed in attaining customer’s satisfaction

The Organizational Structure

Figure 2: The office of Dinalupihan Water District

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The Dinalupihan Water District is a Functional Organizational Structure

which focuses on job functions or functional areas. The top layer of management has

the most power in decision making and has tight control over all departments and

divisions. The company was very organized. It’s separated by department in where the

employees shared their skills and knowledge such as the commercial department,

together. The DWD has a good organizational structure so that their business stay

longer for the investments and their goals. They follow the modern technology like

using computers for database, printers, Xerox machine, telephone, and etc. The office

was Centralized aircon so their staff will work properly.

Figure 3: Organizational Structure of Dinalupihan Water District

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THE TRAINING EXPERINCE

Journal

Figure 4.My first day of Work Immersion

April 30,2018/ Monday

Today was my first day of Work Immersion in Dinalupihan Water District

(DWD).Ms. Arleera asked me to recomputed the water bill by simply multiplying the

unit cost and the quantity cost. After that I sorted and arranged the files alphabetically

then I put those files in white folder. Lastly, I also use Xerox machine for photocopy.

Figure 5:My second day of Work Immersion

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May3,2018/Thursday

My groupmates and I was rearranged the files in order to easily get the files if

it’s needed. It was very hassle but then we did it and made to finished it. I use again the

xerox machine for photocopying the other files. After that I observe them while their

working. The 2nd day of my Work Immersion was done peacefully.

Figure 6: My last day of Wok Immersion In DWD

May 4,2018/Friday

My last day of Work Immersion in Dinalupihan Water District (DWD).Madam

Encee give me a task to cut the receipt of water bill and arrange it from least to greatest

number that written on it.I abide the task and after that I use again the xerox machine for

photocopy.I also observe them while they are working .

Figure 7: My first day of work Immersion in BPMC

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May 5, 2018/Saturday

I was deployed to work at Bataan Peninsula Medical Center (BPMC). I was

assigned in Admitting/Information Area were I met the clerk there. I say “Good morning

ma’am and Sir to the people who passing by in our area. The first task is filing the

patient’s record. Second is arranging it alphabetically and we also sorted the files. I also

give a try caling the health insurance to get the approval number like DCC. Lastly I

observe the staff while they’re working.

Figure 8: My second day of Work Immersion in BPMC

May 6, 2018/Sunday

Today was my second day in Bataan Peninsula Medical Center (BPMC).

Asual we always greet the people or even patient. In the morning, we categorized the

files again according to their surname and we remove the extra paper in the files. After

that, we arrange it..We finished it exactly 12:00pm .I also experience observing on how

to do the hearing test for new born baby.

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Figure 9: My third day of Work Immersion In BPMC

May 12,2018/Saturday

This was my third day on work immersion in BPMC. We always greet the

people “Good morning and Good afternoon.” We used to arranged again the files

alphabetically. After that I try to call again the health insurance agency to get the

approval number .I also stamp the files for serial number .

Figure 10: My fourth day of Work Immersion In BPMC

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May 13,2018/Sunday
Today was my fourth day of work immersion in Bataan Peninsula Medical

Center (BPMC).My first task is sorting the files date by date then I arrange those files

and put it inside the box. I also call the health insurance to get the approval number of the

patient .Lastly, I observe them while their working

Figure 11: My last day of work immersion in BPMC

May 17, 2018/Thursday

Today was my last day of work immersion in BPMC. This time is I assign in

Ultrasound because the nurse there need an OJT. My first task there is separate the

carbon paper and put it inside the box. After that I refill the bottles of ultrasound gel. I

also cut the paper .Furthermore, I observe the doctor or sonologist doing an ultrasound.

It’s very interesting. In the other way I go back again to admitting because I finished all

the task given to me in ultrasound area. I arrange again the files and stapler it. I decided

to have an overtime because I like it.

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Figure 12: Work Immersion in Caritas

May 18, 2018/Friday


Taoday I was deployed in Caritas Health Shield .We don’t do anything we just

observe the staff while they’re working.

Figure 13: Work Immersion in Philippine National Police (PNP)

May 20,2018/Sunday
Today was my last day of advance work immersion. I designated at

PNP. We don’t do anything here. They don’t give us a task.We’re just observing them.

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Observation and Insights

Observation and Insights can be a powerful learning tool for every

students like me. My observation is based on what I saw and heard. I observed them

based on their modes of behavior, strategies, activities, values and process step. These are

my observation and insight for all the partner institution where I’ve been worked:

 The staff of every institution are diligent and they put so much effort for

completing the task given to them.

 The facilities are highly computerized. Most of the files and other information

are controlled by the computer. It makes work easier than ever.

 The strategies that they have are very organized and systematic.

 They treat the people politely; they know how to communicate properly.

 They don’t hesitate to share the experience about their work and give us a pieces

of advice. We share laugh and cracking jokes when its free time. We enjoyed the

work and also the companionship with them.

 The training program was simple to understand. You shall listen to their rules

and directions. They established routines to build familiarity and allow the

trainees to do it.

 They employed questioning techniques that encourage extended discourse and

foster higher-order thinking.

 Lack of clarity around what to do with different types of trash makes the people

feel helpless in how to participate in recycling program.

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Overall Reflection and Self-Appraisal

“Experience is the most teacher of things”(Julius Ceasar).This quote

keep reminding me that I should be always grateful because I learn so much things once

in my life. I realize that having a work immersion was unforgettable experience and

really good start to experience how does it feel to be in work place. For the instance, I

was very blessed to have my work immersion in four different companies and

institutions especially the Dinalupihan Water District (DWD) and Bataan Peninsula

Medical Center (BPMC)

At first, I was really nervous to communicate with other people. I’m a

quiet person at first, I never really talk up around with the people to whom I’m not

comfortable with, unless we’re so close. I thought that the staff there was indignant but I

was wrong, they are so approachable and communicative, ready to talk with and to impart

the knowledge that they have about working and other staff. So far, my experience in

immersion was a pleasure and fun at the same time. I can say that it is also somewhat

boring because most of the time was wasted after I’ve done my task. Why? Because

there are four OJTs including me. We were that many so the things to do are also divided.

All you have to do is wait and be patient if there is something that is assigned to you. My

most memorable experience in work immersion is that, I give a try calling the health

insurance to get the approval number. Its kinda you are working in call center. I really

enjoyed it.

After the work immersion, I discerned some things that will really be

useful for my future. First, punctuality is very important because in this simple way,

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you can show how serious you are to your future job, next would be

honesty and sincerity because when it comes to work place it’s actually has some way

on your decisions; it can gain loyalty. Then, consistency is especially important in work

place because it will lead you to patience and perseverance to the tasks that they’re going

to give you, as well as the times that you’re just waiting for the next task that will be

given to you. I believe that if you are persistent you will get it, if you are consistent you

will keep it. Don’t stress out yourself for your work, if it is not done yet, try to give a

break then continue it, life goes on ; breathe deeply, calm yourself because calm people

have better attitudes. Know your limitations because not all the people can deal with your

personality, be a genuine and true person because being like that will makes people

happy to you; Always have a positive mind because positivity is next to tranquility.

Surround yourself with a positive people because I believe that if you are always with

negative people who complain everything then you will also become a complainer and

see the world as negative as they do. Lastly don’t be afraid to say what you want to say

because your opinion is a matter for everyone.

To sum up it all, I learn so much things and experience what I haven’t

experience in my whole life. I learn how to deal with their behavior. I learn how to

budget my time. I learn to cooperate and my social life becomes wide because I’ve been

together with so much different kind of people. I am forever grateful for this experience

that I will treasure the most.

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SARVIA R. CAPULONG
Address:New San Jose Dinalupihan Bataan
Contact No.09494312994
Email Add:Sarvia.Capulong@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVES:

Seeking an any position where I can utilize my skills and knowledge ,my award-
winning in writing and research knowledge for the development of the subject matter and
its contents.

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT:

Secondary Pagalanggang National High School


Pag-asaSt.PagalanggangDinalupihan,Bataan
(SY.2013-2019)

Primary New San Jose Elementary School


New San Jose Dinalupihan Bataan
(SY.2012-2013)

Personal Information

Age : 17
Religion : Born Again Christian
Date of Birth : October 21,2000
Place of Birth : Jose C. Payumo Memorial Hospital
Height : 1.59m
Weight : 50 k.
Contact Person : Reymalin Capulong
Contact Number : 09494312994

I hereby declare that the above information is true to my knowledge.

SARVIA R. CAPULONG
Applicant

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April 24, 2018

Virgilio Manalili
General Manager
Dinalupihan Water District

To Whom It My Concern,

Good day!

As a current Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student at Pagalanggang


National High School. I have undertaken several courses on applied social science,
research and community services. These courses have enabled me to develop not only
specific industry experiences but also a valuable and transferable skill set in this fast-
paced sector.

I am writing to express my interest for any position that will utilize my skills and ability.
I developed and maintained successful working relationships with people. Looking to
secure a position at Dinaliphan Water District , where I can bring immediate and
strategic value and develop current skill set further.

Attached here is a copy of my curriculum vitae. If I can provide you with any further
information on my background and qualifications, please let me know.

I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Sarvia R. Capulong
Sarvia.capulong@yahoo.com
0949-431-2994

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APPENDICES

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
LETTERS TO THE READERS …………………………………………….. I

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ………………………………………………….... II

INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………. 01

Objectives of the Work Immersion ……………………………............ 02

Duration and Place of Work Immersion …………………………....... 02

THE TRAINING AREA …………………………………………………….... 03

History……………………………………………………………………. 03

Mission …………………………………………………………………… 04

Vision ……………………………………………………………………. 04

Organizational Structure ……………………………………………… 04

THE TRAINING EXPERIENCE ……………………………………………. 05

Journal ………………………………………………………………….. 05

Observation and Insights …………………………………………….. 12

Overall Reflection and Self-Appraisal ………………………………. 13

APPENDICES ……………………………………………………………….. 15

Resume of the trainee ………………………………………………… 16

Application Letter ……………………………………………………. 17

Brgy. Clearance ……………………………………………………… 18

Daily Time Record …………………………………………………… 19

Evaluation Sheet …………………………………………………….. 21