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A NARRATIVE REPORT

Presented to the Faculty of
UNIVERSITY OF RIZAL SYSTEM BINANGONAN
Binangonan, Rizal

In Partial fulfillment of the Requirement for the course
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major in Human Resource Development Management

Michael Angelo Jeff Mejorada
Student Trainee

February 2013

Table of Contents
Title Page
Certification
Acknowledgement
Dedication
Table of Content
Introduction
Description of Cooperating Agency/Company
History of the Company, Vision and Mission of the Company Mandate and Objectives of the Company
Narration of Experience
Problem Encountered during OJT
Recommendations
Conclusions
Professional Readings
Strategies to Improve Human Resource Department’s Value to the Organization Appendices
Photocopy of received copy of recommendation
Photocopy of Daily Time Record
Pictures
Sample Forms

Introduction
OJT or on-the Job-Training is a form of training taking place in a normal working situation. Training refers to the acquisition of knowledge, skills and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies, also training has specific goal of improving one’s capability, capacity and performance of a person.

Internship or on the job training is one way by which students are given an opportunity to apply the theories and computations that have learned from school. It also helps students to obtain applicable knowledge and skills by performing in actual work setting.

Everybody knows that OJT are part of a college curriculum that aims to train and orient students about the work and their future career. OJT is very important not only to teach students their chosen career but to show students the reality about working.

For students, an OJT or internship program provides opportunities to go through the actual methodologies of a specific job using the real tools, equipment, and documents. In effect, the workplace becomes a development venue for student trainee to learn more about chosen field and practice what have learn from academy.

First Pacific Leadership Academy
|Address: Km.27 Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City 1870 | |Telepono:(02) 632 8111 |

History
In 2002, the former MMLDC was first certified in ISO 9001:2000. In 2005, it obtained Integrated Management System (IMS) certification consisting of three standards; ISO 9001:2008 on Quality Management System, ISO 14001:2004 on Environmental Management System and OHSAS 18001:2007 on Occupational Health and Safety Management System. This set of integrated standards is what FPLA refers to as its Quality, Environment, Safety and Health Management System (QuESHMS) and are the standards under which the Academy’s operations are anchored. FPLA has been recognized as the first and only training and development center in the Philippines to obtain these three ISO certifications. In June 2012, the former Meralco Development Center (MMLDC) has evolved to become the First Pacific Leadership Academy (FPLA). The change in name reflects its transition from a straightforward learning solutions provider and training venue to a full Corporate College where corporate leaders can be trained to become the country’s future business leaders. First Pacific Group Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan saw the need to identify successors to the group. Thus, the realization of FPLA and its mission will not only address succession issues within its boundaries but will also develop up and coming heads in the First Pacific Leadership culture and modalities.  

Despite the change in name, FPLA will continue what it has been doing since its foundation in 1999, for its academic programs and Corporate Social...
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