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APPROVAL SHEET
A Narrative Report prepared and submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Bachelors of science in hotel restaurant management

dateMrs. Jesielitlyn B. Gloria
DateOJT Adviser

Approved in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Bachelors of science in hotel restaurant management

Recommending Approval:
Mrs. Jesielitlyn B. Gloria
OJT Adviser

Approved in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Degree Bachelors of science in hotel restaurant management.

Ms. Grace S. Gutierrez
G.E. Head/CTHRM

A Narrative Report

Presented to:
The Faculty of College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
STI College Las Pinas
Las Pinas City

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelors of science in hotel restaurant management

Submitted to:
Mrs. Jesielitlyn B. Gloria
OJT A dviser

Submitted by:
(Name of Student – Trainee)
(write the Date here)

Chapter I

Chapter II

INTRODUCTION

On the job training or OJT is one method by which students is given a chance to apply their knowledge in 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.

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 theropes so chances are high that they will cooperate.

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.

Chapter III
History

It all started when four visionaries conceptualized setting up a training center to fill very specific manpower needs.
It was in the early ‘80s when Augusto C. Lagman, Herman T. Gamboa, Benjamin A. Santos, and Edgar H. Sarte — four entrepreneurs came together to set up Systems Technology Institute (STI), a training center that delivers basic programming education to professionals and students who want to learn this new skill.

Systems Technology Institute’s name came from countless brainstorming sessions among the founders, perhaps from Sarte’s penchant for three-letter acronyms from the companies he managed at the time.

The first two schools were inaugurated in August 21, 1983 in Buendia, Makati and in España, Manila, and offered basic computer programming courses. With a unique and superior product on their hands, it was not difficult to expand the franchise through the founders’ business contacts. A year after the first two schools opened, the franchise grew to include STI Binondo, Cubao, and Taft.

A unique value proposition spelled the difference for the STI brand then: “First We’ll Teach You, Then We’ll Hire You.” Through its unique Guaranteed Hire Program (GHP), all qualified graduates were offered jobs by one of the founders’ companies, or through their contacts in the industry.

The schools’ 1st batch of graduates, all 11 of them, were hired by Systems Resources Incorporated. And through GHP, more qualified STI graduates found themselves working in their field of interest straight out of school.

No one among the four founders imagined that the Systems Technology Institute would become a college, or would grow to have over 100 schools across the country. But it did, all because of its unique value proposition, the synergy between the founders and their personnel, and the management’s faithfulness to...
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