OJT PROGRAMS OF LA CONSOLACION COLLEGE TANAUAN:
BASIS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AN OJT MANUAL
Master in Business Administration (Thesis Program)
Education has been regarded as a means toward economic stability and progress. The increase productivity of the workforce is due mainly to the increase in the education and training of the people. The success and development of the country would greatly depend in the productivity of its human resources – which is considered as one of the vital asset of the nation. And to have a good and competent manpower resource; quality education and intensive training are necessary for the students to become skilled and productive workers when they become part of the labour force.
As per requirement by the CHED, graduating students of different courses need to undergo on-the-job training with required number of hours. Perhaps this would be a stepping stone for the practicumers to develop themselves to become professionals in their own field of specialization and acquire new learning through gained experiences during trainings. It is an essential component of the learning process, geared towards preparing students’ for their future career.
From the Higher Education point of view, an internship may be defined as a short-term educational experience with a company or organization that provides students with work experience in an area where they are interested in enhancing a career decision. Internships which can also spell valuable work experiences and further increase students’ confidence.
Thus, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) prepared guidelines for Student Internship Abroad Program (SIAP) for all programs with practicum subject under CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) no. 24 series of 2009, Student Internship Program in the Philippines (SIPP) for all programs with practicum subject under CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) no. 23 series of 2009, CMO No. 39 series of 2006 for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, CMO No. 3 Series of 2007 for Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, CMO No. 30 and 31 series of 2007 for BS Tourism and BS Hotel and Restaurant Management, CMO No. 53 Series of 2006 for Information technology Education, and CMO No. 30 series of 2004 for Undergraduate Teacher Education to develop a standardization in education.
On the other hand, the SIPP program aims to provide tertiary students enrolled in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines the opportunity to acquire practical knowledge, skills, and desirable attitudes and values in reputable establishments/industries in our country; enhance the students’ work competencies and discipline as they relate to people in the workplace; promote competitiveness of students through their training; strengthen and enrich the degree programs in HEIs; provide opportunities to learn from and network with experienced professionals; handle new challenges and complex tasks or problems; and identify future career directions and become candidates of future job opening.
CHED prepared implementing guidelines that covers the requirements for parties involved such as higher education institution (HEI), host training establishments (HTE) and student trainee/intern; obligations and responsibilities of parties involved; monitoring and evaluation; duration of the internship training; fee; offenses; sanctions; and investigation of complaints.
Confucius once said “If all I do is hearing, I will forget. If I hear and see, I will remember. If I hear, see and do, I will understand”. Part of the college curriculum is to train and orient students about the work and their future career. It is very important not only to teach the students about their chosen career but to show them the reality about working. In OJT, students are able to have hands-on industry experiences and should be able to have a network of colleagues that can easily help them in job hunting after graduation. An experience in...
References: http://www.referenceforbusiness.com/encyclopedia/Oli-Per/On-the-JobTraining. html#ixzz1qfFA8Nua. Retrieved March 28, 2012
CHED Memorandum Order No. 23, s. 2009. “Guidelines for Student
Internship Program in the Philippines (SIPP) for All Programs with
CHED Memorandum Order No. 25, s. 2001. “Revised Policies and
Standards for Information Technology Education (ITE) Programs”
CHED Memorandum Order No.53, s. 2006. “Policies and Standards
Information Technology Education (ITE)”
CHED Memorandum Order No.39, s. 2009. “Policies, Standards and
Guidelines for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)”
CHED Memorandum Order No.3, s. 2007. “Revised policies and
Standards for Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA), As Amended”
CHED Memorandum Order No.30, s. 2004. “Revised Policies and
Standards for Undergraduate Teacher Education Curriculum”
CHED Memorandum Order No.30, s. 2006. “Policies and Standards for
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM) / Bachelor of
CHED Memorandum Order No.44, s. 2005. “CHED Accredited Training
Partners for SIAP”
CHED Memorandum Order No. 53, s. 2006. “Policies and Standards for
Information Technology Education (ITE) Programs”
TESDA Circular No. 16, s. 2004, “Trade and Vocational Courses”
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