Practicum Report

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A Practicum Report

On
Bureau of Immigration
Magallanes Drive, Intramuros
Manila, Philippines

Training Period: ( April 17, 2012 – June 11, 2012 )

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course
TOUR 401 – Hospitality Practicum 1

For degree in
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

Tourism Management Department
College of International Hospitality Management
De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
Dasmariñas, Cavite

Presented to:
Ms. Beberlee Desingaño

Presented by:
Panoy, Kristine Lauren T.
SUMMER PRACTICUM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgement…………………………………………………. 1 Name and General Location……………………………………… 2-7 Objectives / Institutional Philosophy……………………………... 8-9 Ownership / Management………………………………………… 10-11 Facilities……………………………………………………………. 12-20 Outstanding characteristics of the establishment………………... 21-22 Organizational Set up……………………………………………… 23-25 Operational System & Procedures ……………………………….. 26-30 Analysis……………………………………………………………... 31-35 Findings, Recommendations and Justification……………………. 36-37

Acknowledgement
I would like to convey my thankfulness and gratitude to all of my Bureau of Immigration family for the booming OJT on–the–job training which I have undergone in your progressive company. The acquaintance, skills and knowledge which I have educated throughout my practical training will be of big help in my future practice as a Tourism student. Similarly, the 300 hours OJT which I have completed meets the requirement as an applicant for graduation. This success of mine wouldn’t turn into reality without these following person whom have helped me to become a better and competitive individual. Above all, to our Almighty God for all His unending blessings and guidance He showered upon me for the past, for today, and for the future.  To our DLSUD professors, Mr. Jimford Tabuyo, our batch adviser and Mr. Deogracias Esplanada, our practicum supervisor whom they have shared their time and effort in guiding each one of us.

To the Bureau of Immigration family, for their support and for the permission to render my OJT to their respective offices. To Ms. Ria Geluz, the Admin aide and Practicum coordinator, for her support in accepting and accommodating us as their trainees.

To Ms. Percida Binalay, my OJT supervisor, for her unending support and assistance to all her trainees throughout our stay in the Bureau. And to all the staffs in Cash Section, Ms. Beth, Ms. Daisy and Kuya Nonoy, who have welcomed and loved me not just a typical trainee but more like their own sister. For all the things and values that they have taught me to become a efficient worker someday.

For all the employees of the Bureau who have been of our OJT life, especially Kuya Nel and Kuya Bry not just for the unforgettable bondings but for their generous support, coaching and companionship during my OJT. Thank you once again for your great assistance in the successful completion of my OJT.

To all my co-trainees for the incomparable friendship that they became my inspirations in order to strive and pursue with my training.

To my Alma Mater, De La Salle University- Dasmariñas as my very foundation in molding my abilities and knowledge in relation to office and computer works.

Most especially to my beloved parents whom with all their bestfaces, the hardship of working hard just for me to educate, thisexample of my success is a great chance that I will step the victory of my life. We should keep up the good work and thereafter when I should be pursuing my respective endeavor profession and occupation in the year ahead. 

Magallanes Drive, Intramuros, Manila
Philippines
+632 527-3248
http://immigration.gov.ph/

LOCATION MAP

BRIEF HISTORY
The Bureau of Immigration evolved from a mere division of the Bureau of Customs in 1899, in the early years of the American regime in the Philippines. This was pursuant to Act No. 702...
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