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AWP 1.

Checking the Working Drawing of a tenant’s Fire Protection


Blueprint and Noting some Comments/ RLC Guidelines that must be followed by the
Lessee and the Contractor.

AWP 2. A Three-day assignment of monitoring and measuring the


temperature at each of the RLC Administrative office regarding the Proposed project
to control the volume flow rate of air coming from the AHU by installing a Thermal
Sensor at the area where the lowest temperature is measured. The device primarily
used is a Digital Psychrometer for easy access of getting the Dry bulb and Wet bulb
temperatures.

Actual Working Photo

Actual Working Photo

RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


BONI AVENUE, CITY OF MANDALUYONG
College of Engineering and Industrial Technology

On-Job-Training
REPORT

SUMMITTED BY:

BENE, ALVIN E.
CEIT-09-901P
COE 1 & 2 – Cooperative Education
W/ 4:30PM-7:30PM

SUMMITTED TO:

Engr. Armando P. Matias


COORDINATOR
The On-Job-Training Program I have at the GBFI-LDC (Gokongwei Brothers Foundation Inc. –

Learning and Development Center) was a wonderful experience. I have learned a lot from that institution,

especially in the subjects they have offered and have been lectured for us student trainees.

On first month of our training, the In-House Training, all we did was to study as if we are just in

school. The GBFI-LDC conducted lectures and discussions about the basics of several fundamental

subjects. The GBFI-LDC also gave handouts and books on the purpose of review in preparation for the

examination (last day of the in-house training, August 4) after all the subjects have taken.

SUBJECT: Bagong Sigla & Applied Physics


INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Phillip Torres
SCHEDULE: July 5-6
OVERVIEW:
- Even though the Bagong Sigla course workshop is good only for one day, it covers at
least some facts and knowledge in this world. The course focuses on the development
of Quality of worklife, specifically on Effectiveness, Productivity, Safety, Sense of
urgency, and Integrity.
- The application of scientific knowledge transferred into a physical environment.
Examples include testing a theoretical model through the use of formal science, or
solving a practical problem through the use of natural science.

SUBJECT: Applied Chemistry (Engineering Materials, Water Treatment)


INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Yolly Menguita
SCHEDULE: July 7-8
OVERVIEW:
- One goal of Material’s Engineering is to select materials with suitable properties for a
given application. Without the right material, Engineering Design is wasted.
- Water Treatment is where Water undergoes a series of Filtration, UV and Ozonation to
ensure Quality Water.

SUBJECT: Electrical (Industrial wiring & maintenance, Industrial Motor Controls)


INSTRUCTOR: Engr. Ruben Dichoso
SCHEDULE: July 9-14
OVERVIEW:
- The subject deals with the application of the Electrical Power System, discusses the
different materials, devices and equipment applied for Industrial Wiring installation and
its basic requirements in troubleshooting, study of principle operation of Transformer
and Three phase motor.
- Motor Control is that portion of the electrical system which starts, stops, and reverses
motor that drives various pieces of equipment.
SUBJECT: HVAC-R (Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration) Preventive
Maintenance
INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Raymund Bautista
SCHEDULE: July 15-16
OVERVIEW:
- Air-conditioning is the process of controlling the temperature, humidity, air movement,
and cleaning of air in a confined space.
- Refrigeration is the process of removing heat from a substance and transferring the heat
to another substance.

SUBJECT: Mechanical (Tools technology and Benchwork, Welding)


INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Tony Cordero
SCHEDULE: July 19-23
OVERVIEW:
- The subject helps you to become familiar with the tools of the trade as in the field of
manufacturing, how to use them correctly and hoe to use them safely.
- Welding is not a mere trade or occupation, but rather a technology which requires a lot
of scientific principles that need to be understood and applied.

SUBJECT: Electronics (Tools, Maintenance and Troubleshooting)


INSTRUCTOR: Engr. Ruben Salvador
SCHEDULE: July 26-28
OVERVIEW:
- A summary of basic Electronic Tools for trade such as Power Supply, Function
Generator, Digital Multimeter, and Oscilloscope.
- Before attempting to service a device or component, you must first develop an
understanding of problem solving and hoe this concept applies to overall
troubleshooting and repair.

SUBJECT: Industrial Automation (Pneumatics Control & System Maintenance)


INSTRUCTOR: Engr. Orlando Echaluse
SCHEDULE: July 29-August 3
OVERVIEW:
- Pneumatics is the industrial implementation of air powered actuators (Cylinders &
Motors) and their control devices (valves) needed in their operation.

The second part of my On-Job-Training Activity was the In-Plant Training. From GBFI-LDC, I was

assigned to be in RLC (Robinsons Land Corporation) at Robinsons Place – Galleria, Ortigas Ave. Quezon

City. The in-plant training has started on August 5 and ended on October 6, 2010. Below are some

activities that I have done for the past two months at the RLC together with my co-trainees:

I. Visiting and Observing some of Authorized Areas in the RP-Galleria Mall such as:
 Roof Deck: Cooling Towers (Systems 1, 2, 3 and 4), chiller unit, Chilled Water Pump,
and Condensed Water Pump, air-cooled condensers, and exhaust outlets.
 Basement 2: O&MD (Operations and Maintenance Department), Fire Pump Station,
Chiller Systems/ units, and Generator Sets.
 STP (Sewage Treatment Plant) of RP-Galleria at Basement 1.

II. Frequent Lectures and Meetings with some Engineers:


 Lecture conducted by Engr. Phyllip James Cajigal (Immediate Supervisor/
Mechanical Section Head):
 Heat Load Calculations; Sprinkler Construction; Ductwork Estimation.
 Discussion/Lecture lead by Engineering Director Engr. Roberto Lozada, MIE Aust.
 Possible solutions in a certain Problem; Project Proposals; Consultation
of other RLC Malls and JG Summit Business Units; Designing (Electrical and
Mechanical); Professional Engineering Values.

III. Checking the Submitted Drawings/ Blueprints of tenants.


IV. Noting some Comments and RLC Construction Guidelines to be followed by tenant and
contractor.
 Mechanical (Air-conditioning) Layout, Fire protection Layout, and Gas Installation
Layout under the:
 Design Drawings (2 or 3 copies)
 Working Drawings (5 copies)
 As-Built Drawings (2 or 3 copies)

V. Assigned tasks given by our Immediate Supervisor and Trainers such as:
 Designing/Estimation of Ductworks and Tabulation of Air-conditioning units;
Inspection of ACCU (Air Cooled Condensing Units) and AHU (Air Handling Unit); Re-
estimation of in-house evaluation; Heat Load Calculation (Measuring of Floor Area
and Equipment/Lighting Survey); Data Gathering (DB & WB Temperature using a
digital Psychrometer, and Air Volume Displacement using a digital
Anemometer/velometer); Canvassing for the price of certain equipment/unit (phone
or actual survey).

VI. Inspection and Monitoring of Mall Stores (Tenants/ Lesses):


 Provisions (Mechanical and Fire Protection).
 Ongoing construction of store.
 For compliance to the submitted Mechanical/Air-conditioning, Fire Protection, and
Gas Piping As-Built Plan.
 Verify the Air-conditioning System Location and Equipment capacity.
VII. Doing simple Office Works such as:
 Encoding/Typing:
 Contractor’s Bid Evaluation; Billing; EQR (Engineering Quote Request);
In-House Estimation; Canvassing of a FCU (Fan Coil Unit) price; Technical-
Bid Evaluation, Heat Load Calculation.
 Arranging/organizing office Documents/Files (Filing and Record keeping).
 Stamping for Received and Released Drawings/ Plans.
 Photo copying and Fax messaging of some Documents.
 Simple AutoCAD Drawing (Revision of Drawing).

I learned so many ideas especially in my part as a Mechanical Engineering Student, mainly on

the field of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning). My two months in RLC-Galleria was an

unforgettable experienced. I met amazing people, and I also able to try new things.

The On-Job-Training Program had provided me an access to attain a great quality of education

by development of work through partnership with the institution in which I have been trained of.

The training I have experienced made to become capable of doing jobs effectively and efficiently,

principally in the field of Mechanical Engineering. I also become better prepared and responsible, and in

addition, I able to gain good work virtue.

The On-Job-Training course serves as an instrument for me to harness and enhance my social

relationships and communication in boosting up my self-confidence, so that it would result to mutual

benefits towards development and progress for the Participating Company, for the University, and for me,

the Student Trainee.