To Atty. Benjamin P. Sapitula, the President of the University for his support in having an On-the-Job Training program; Dr. Inocencio D. Mangaoang, as the Chancellor of the University for his support, advises, comments and suggestions that helped to improved for the accomplishment of this report. Mr. Agustin T. Veras, Dean of the College of Computer Science Department for being the critic of this report and for its grammatical refinement. Mr.
Socrates L. Ramores, OIC-Regional Director of National Statistics Office for his support and for the permission to render the trainees On- The-Job Training in his respective offices. Mr. Michael Angelo G. Dacanay, Chairman of the College of Computer Science Department for the moral support with regard to the OJT and help for the success of this report. To the following Coordinators: Mr. Isidro Duran, Mr. Darwin Llavore, Mr. Mark Anthony Gali and Mrs.
Curriculum Vitae B. Letter of Request C. Letter of Recommendation D. Memorandum of Agreement E. Parent’s Permit F. College of Computer Science Organizational Structure G. Logos – University and Agency H. Agency Locator Map I. Daily Time Record J. Performance Rating K. Certification of Completion L. Pictorials M. Comments and Suggestions to the Student Trainee Chapter I On the job training or 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 in actual work setting. Colleges and universities require their students to undergo such training within a specific number of hours as part of the curriculum. 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 chosen field and practice what he has learn from academy.
It is a program which is specially designed for young people in which they can combine work experience with learning the skills and requirements that are necessary for entering or re-entering the working world. It allows those who otherwise may not seek further education to carry on with work whilst still improving their skills and how employable they are. The program also aims to provide worthy potential employee s for employers to source work from, helping both employer and employee in their success.
The objectives of the On-the-Job Training program cover a wide base of points. It targets those who have finished either high school or the first years of college and are looking for employment, whilst still in need of skill building and more teaching. It reaches out to those in the community between the ages of 16 and 35 who are in need of the basic training and job skills that will provide them with more opportunities for work than they would have received without the help.
This will allow them to stand a real chance in the incredibly competitive jobs market that today’s society has created, with everybody running out of money as fast as the jobs are running out. On the other hand, an effective OJT program also benefits the companies who accept trainees. First OJT or intern provides additional manpower for a lesser labor cost than a regular employee. Most of them are all eager to learn the ropes so chances are high that they will cooperate. It is also a method of acquiring knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of practical experience working in a related job environment.
This method of training is the core of apprenticeships and technical colleges or polytechnics. OJT recognizes the need to train beyond that which is taught in the classroom and also the need to upgrade and update skills throughout one’s working life (this is often coined, professional development). And the main objective of OJT is to remove the learner from the classroom environment to the workplace to continue learning in a manner that will be able to be practically applied upon graduation.