Narrative Report

Topics: Internal combustion engine, Cylinder, Piston Pages: 5 (1621 words) Published: April 17, 2011
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A Narrative Report on the
Supervised Industrial Training (SIT) Program

Student – Trainee: RODRIGUEZ, Karen Gayle Z.Course: ECET Name of Company: ON Semiconductor Philippines
Address of Company: Golden Mile Business Park – SEZ Governor’s Drive, Carmona, Cavite Period of Training: From: October 21, 2010To: March 20, 2011

I. Introduction
Supervised Industrial Training (SIT) 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. II. Job/s performed in the Company

November 18, 2008, it was the date when the trainee started the on the job training at Keppel Batangas Shipyard. It is a shipyard company which is situated along side of Batangas Bay at San Miguel, Bauan, Batangas. The trainee was assigned in different department inside the production.. This department serves as the general maintenance for the equipments and gadgets that were used inside the company. Also, at this department, all operators of the crane, lifters and trailers were assigned. Almost all of them were regular workers of ON semiconductor and served the company for almost 50 years. Training supervisor provides PPEs for the trainees on the first day. PPE stands for personal protective equipment which consists of safety belt, helmet, safety goggle and gloves. Every morning, the supervisor calls for a mustering or a meeting. On this meeting, safety personnel check all the workers on the assigned department if they were wearing in their proper PPE. Also, they discuss all about what they must do on that day. The trainee started his work as an assistant and a helper. He helped in bringing the tools and parts that they need, assist them when they disassembling engines and hold nuts and bolts as they detached it. They do not allow the trainee to handle machine members especially to those sensitive parts like injectors, tubing, shafts and gears. Being a helper is unexciting; expecting it was the only work that the trainee do for rest of his OJT. Time came when he first handle machine members; it was a transmission gears that detached from a fork lift crane. That time is when his co-worker asked him to clean and take away greases that stock up on the gears. The trainee thought that he was the one who will disassemble the transmission box. But at least they let him handle a sensitive machine parts for the first time. A month later, new set of disassembled four cylinder engine was arrived. That was the first time when the trainee saw engine parts in reality. His co-worker, which is an expert on the engines, taught the trainee the different parts of the engine as he assembled it. And of course, the trainee already passed the subject called ME LAB II under Engr. Aguila, so that is why the later can relate and can easily identify the parts that his co-worker instructs. He also taught the trainee some technique in assembling and installing the engine parts. Some of it was when installing piston ring, the tapered side of the ring must face downward. Piston of a diesel engine was different from piston of gasoline engine. The later has a hole on its face, but this hole was not in the centre of the face. That is why placing...
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