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IT Industry Exposure 2 (OJT) BSCS On-the-Job Training IT Industry Exposure 2 (OJT) BSCS On-the-Job Training Orientation February 28, 2011 Colegio de Dagupan ● Audio Visual Theatre College of Information and Computing Studies CHED’s Center of Development in IT Education
email@example.com If all I do is hear, I will forget. If I hear and see, I will remember. DOUNDERSTAND If I hear, see and DO, I will UNDERSTAND. -Confucius
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 3 OUTLINE What is On-the-Job Training (OJT)? Why OJT? Procedures Q & A
email@example.com Page 4 What is OJT? Job training that occurs in the workplace. Part of the college curriculum that aims to train and orient students about the work and their future career. Show students the reality about working.
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 5 What is OJT? CHED Memorandum Order No. 53 Series of 2006 Section 11. Internship/On-the-Job Training/Practicum. Internship/On-the-Job Training/Practicum is an immersion program wherein students will have the chance and opportunity to be with the IT industry. This program is important because the students will have the chance to apply the skills, knowledge and attitude learned in the school and at the same time the opportunity to experience the corporate environment. Learning expectations in the IT related field should be established between HEI and the industry in the form of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
email@example.com Page 6 Why OJT? 1.If you will get a high evaluation grade, your employer might hire you when you graduate. 2.Your background OJT is very important when applying for a job. Oftentimes, employers will ask you the relevance of your training to your course and to the position you are applying for. 3.Some companies will give you a monthly allowance if you are doing well in your tasks. 4.OJT will be your training ground. If you still have no idea on what is meant to be a worker, OJT will give a hint of career realities.
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 7 Why OJT? 5.Your OJT superior my recommend your skills to other companies whom he knows. 6.It will give you a sense of confidence that you can use when applying for a job after graduation 7.Help individuals make informed career choices
email@example.com Page 8 Procedures 1.Look for possible company where you can render your OJT. COMPANY MUST MIS Office 2.The COMPANY MUST have an MIS Office or its equivalent.
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 9 Procedures 3. Trainees SHOULD perform any of the following task ONLY: Software development. The SW should be used/utilized by the Company. SW Maintenance. The TRAINEE can maintain the SW that the Company purchased. SW Testing. Multimedia. Subject for approval of the Dean. Web development. Must have contract with CICS. The Client should PAY the developers. Maintain infrastructure/Networking.
email@example.com Page 10 Procedure If you already have your company: 4.Secure OJT REQUEST LETTER at the STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE (SAO). Fill-up the form completely. 4.Secure OJT REQUEST LETTER form at the STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE (SAO). Fill-up the form completely. 5.Let the CICS Dean sign the form. 6.Pay P10.00 at the CASHIER’s OFFICE. Present the OFFICIAL RECEIPT together with the signed OJT REQUEST LETTER to the STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE staff.
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 11 Procedure 7.Wait for the SAO Staff to issue the OJT LETTER. 8.Let the CICS Dean sign the OJT LETTER. 9.Proceed to the REGISTRAR’s OFFICE for the DRY SEAL. 10.Photocopy (Xerox) the OJT LETTER. 11. Let the COMPANY receive the OJT LETTER. Leave the ORIGINAL COPY to the COMPANY. Photocopy the RECEIVED (second copy/photocopy) of the OJT LETTER.
email@example.com Page 12 Requirements BEFORE YOU START YOUR TRAINING: Make sure that you have the following 1. Training Waiver Training Waiver - CICS Office (OJT Facilitators) 2. Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) or Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) or Memorandum of Understanding - CICS Office (OJT Facilitators) RECEIVED OJT LETTER 3.Photocopy of the RECEIVED OJT LETTER. 4. Others
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 13 Requirements 5.ENROLL IT INDUSTRY EXPOSURE 2 5.ENROLL YOUR IT INDUSTRY EXPOSURE 2 subject. This is the 6-unit subject offered by the CICS. REQUIREMENTS LONG BROWN ENVELOPLASTNAME, FIRSTNAME MI 6.Place all the REQUIREMENTS in LONG BROWN ENVELOP. Label the envelop with your LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME MI format. 7.Meet FACILITATOR FIRST DAY classes 7.Meet your FACILITATOR on the FIRST DAY of classes.
email@example.com Page 14 Requirements DURING THE OJT: OJT Weekly Reports 1.Submit your OJT Weekly Reports through your FACILITATOR’s e-mail address/Yahoo!Group.Weekly ReportsWeekly Reports 2.Always inform your FACILITATOR with the problems, if any, you are encountering.
firstname.lastname@example.org Page 15 Requirements AFTER YOU COMPLETED THE 280 HOURS: Submit the following to your respective FACILITATOR: 1.OJT Performance Appraisal FormOJT Performance Appraisal Form This should be submitted on a SEALED envelop SIGNED by your SUPERVISOR. 2.Certificate of Completion 3.Output Presentation (for OJT 2) 4.System Documentation (for OJT 2)System Documentation 5. Pictures
IT Industry Exposure 2 (OJT) IT Industry Exposure 2 (OJT) Orientation February 28, 2011 Colegio de Dagupan ● Audio Visual Theatre College of Information and Computing Studies CHED’s Center of Development in IT Education