Narrative: Training and Practicum Proper Report

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UNION COLLEGE Sta. Cruz, Laguna

A NARRATIVE REPORT IN THE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING CONDUCTED IN COCA-COLA BOTTLERS PHILIPPINES INC. STA. CRUZ SALES OFFICE Sta. Cruz, Laguna

In Partial Fulfillment to the Course Requirements in OFFICE PRACTICUM

Submitted to: MRS. F. FORTES PROFFESOR

Submitted by: KERALD SALVA Bachelor of Science in Accountancy S.Y. 2010-2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I. INTRODUCTION Importance of on-the –job training Nature of business Name and location of the firm Brief history of the firm Mission Vision

II.

PRACTICUM PROPER REPORT Narration of experience Organizational chart Division of department Trainer Time frame of training Duties and responsibilities Skills developed and work habits learned Machine and equipment used Problems encountered Action taken Positive and negative observation Recommendation

III.

APPENDICES Pre-training requirements Application letter Resume Con current training requirement Daily time record Post training Requirement Certificate of completion Evaluation sheet

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The trainee would like to thank all people who have helped and inspired me during my on-the-job training. To the Lord Almighty for the wealth and vitality and for enlightens me to pursue my study. The trainee would like to thank his parents Norma Salva and Rolando Salva for their guidance, concern and understanding and love and care that strongly encourage him in the fulfillment of the desired task. And also to his brother, Kimberly Salva and little sister, Kimraldine Salva for untiring appreciation of their effort. To COCA-COLA BOTTLERS PHILIPPINES INC. from his vision through a dream comes a reality. To Mr. Dominic Bagabaldo, Ms. Karla Depante and Mr. Reynaldo Paz, to his adviser for his motivation and encouragement and to all CCBPI supervisors, sales and logistic staff.

And last, to the woman who provide him with inspiration, for his continues love and understanding throughout his study. May this acknowledgement serve as my way of saying MARAMING SALAMAT PO!

I. INTRODUCTION

IMPORTANCE OF THE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING NATURE OF BUSINESS NAME AND LOCATION OF THE FIRM BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FIRM MISSION VISSION

I. INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANCE OF ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

On the job Training 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. On the Job Training is very important and should not be taken for granted, here’s why: • Aside from the high evaluation grade that you will receive from the employer, the employer may absorbed or offer you a job after graduation. • Your background OJT experience is very important when applying a job. Employers often asked about the OJT experience and how it is related on the job that you are applying for. • The OJT experience that you have can land you a great job. Especially in Media related jobs, most employers often asked and require an OJT experience from a media company. For instance, a news writer who is applying in a TV Network has great advantage if he/she has an OJT experience in a Media company like TV, Radio or Publishing. • Your superior in the company that you are working for as an OJT may recommend your skills to the company affiliates or to other company that he/she knows. • OJT will be your training ground. If you still have no idea on what is meant to be a worker, OJT will give you at least 10% of career realities. • The company that you are currently applying in often makes a background check to successful applicants. If you have included your OJT adviser or employer in your character references, the company may contact them to ask information about your skills and knowledge as their student or intern. • You can consider your OJT experience as your guide on your first days at work, especially if your OJT and current work are...
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