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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

This Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) made and entered into by and between:

BESTLINK COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Inc. represented by


its President and Chief Executive Officer Maria M. Vicente at 1044
Brgy. Sta. Monica, Quirino Highway, Novaliches, Quezon City,
herein referred as the “FIRST PARTY”;

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____________________________________________________,
a government agency duly organized and existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the Republic of the Philippines with address at
_______________________________________________,
represented in this Agreement by
____________________________________, herein referred as
the “SECOND PARTY”.

WHEREAS, the parties herein come into mutual agreement on certain terms
and conditions for the promotion of professional and industrial relations, technical
education, and skills training, which are necessary for both parties, including the
studentry and the workers, as a whole;

WITNESSETH:

NOW THEREFOR, in view of the foregoing, the herein parties have mutually
agreed on the following terms and conditions:

1. The term of this MOA shall be for a period of ___ hours/days/months starting
on ______________________________________;
(Period Covered)

2. The obligation of the parties hereto are as follows:

2.1. On the Part of the FIRST PARTY

2.1.1. It shall provide the Second Party with graduating student/s for
training in their respective field of profession as part of their on-
the-job training program, herein referred as “student-trainees”, as
required by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) prior to
the said student/s’ graduation;

2.1.2. It shall inform the Second Party of the training needs of the
student-trainees in relation to their academic training;
2.1.3. It shall accommodate the request of the Second Party for the
number of student-trainees assigned to the latter, subject to the
limitation of the sources and availability of said student/s;

2.1.4. It shall allow the representative of the Second Party to conduct a


school visit upon the request of the latter; and

2.1.5. It shall support and respect the Second Party’s rules and
regulations without prejudice to the rules and regulations jointly
prepared by both the First and Second Parties pertaining to the
First Party’s on-the-job training program;

2.2. On the Part of the SECOND PARTY

2.2.1. It shall accept student-trainees provided for by the First Party as


party of the latter’s on-the-job training program, subject to the
manpower needs of the Second Party and Item No. 2.1.3 of this
MOA;

2.2.2. It shall train the student-trainees assigned by the First Party in


accordance with the said students’ field of endeavor and
academic training;

2.2.3. In order to formally proceed with the herein on-the-job training


program, the Second Party shall first sit with the First Party to
discuss and prepare the “Program Guidelines”, which are
specifically intended for student-trainees by defining their duties
and obligations during the said program;

2.2.4. It shall inform each and every student-trainees assigned by the


First Party about safety measures and provide such adequate
safety equipment when performing his/her task assigned by the
Second Party or its employee/representative;

2.2.5. At the end of the on-the-job training program, the Second Party
shall give a performance evaluation and award a certificate of
completion to each student-trainee, indicating therein the number
of hours completed and the said student’s performance rating;

2.2.6. It has the option to hire student-trainees, who exhibited


exemplary performance, as regular employees, provided the said
student-trainees agree and graduate from their respective
courses;

2.2.7. Upon due notice/request of the First Party, the Second Party
shall allow the representative of the former, specifically the “On-
The-Job Training Head”, to conduct site visits to the latter’s plant
area/office where student-trainees will be or were assigned;
2.2.8. It shall be supportive of the First Party’s technical and
educational program, spiritual, social, physical, and moral growth
of the student-trainees;

2.2.9. The Second Party, at their own discretion and without being
required to pay any compensation and/or remuneration to the
First Party and/or its student-trainees, and vice versa, can pre-
terminate this MOA by serving a formal notice within thirty (30)
days in advance;

2.2.10. Both parties do hereby hold free and harmless from each other
any and all claims, demands, liabilities, causes of action arising
from the death, any physical injury, or damage to property of
whatever kind or nature, whether intentional or unintentional,
caused by the student-trainee in the course of the subject training
conducted by the Second Party;

2.2.11. The Second Party or the First Party’s assigned student-trainee


may extend the agreed on-the-job training period as may be
required by either party and subject to the agreement of both
parties;

2.2.12. The Second Party may pre-terminate the student-trainee’s on-


the-job training period should the latter fail to meet or qualify in
the respective work assignment, within a reasonable period, as
determined by the Second Party;

2.2.13. During the effectivity of this MOA, it is understood that the


student-trainee shall follow all the Second Party’s rules and
regulations, policies, and procedures, particularly those affecting
the conduct of the herein training activities, duly promulgated or
as promulgated by the Second Party; and

2.2.14. The Second Party reserves the right to impose disciplinary action
or dismiss any student-trainee from the herein on-the-job training
program with prior notice to the First Party for failure to comply
with the Second Party’s rules and regulations;

3. This MOA shall take effect immediately upon signing hereof and shall
continue to be enforced until such time that either the First or Second Party
withdraws from this Agreement by giving the other party a written notice of its
intention to terminate the Agreement at least thirty (30) days prior to the
intended date of termination. Any provision of this Agreement may be
amended only with the written consent of both parties herein.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have signed these presents on


this ________day of __________________, 20___ at ________________________
Signed by:

Maria M. Vicente, DHL Representative


President and Chief Executive Officer Signature over printed name
Bestlink College of the Philippines, Inc. Position

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:

_______________________________ ____________________________

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES )


QUEZON CITY ) S.S.

BEFORE ME, a Notary Public for and in __________________, Philippines,


personally appeared:

NAME CTC. NO. DATE/PLACE OF ISSUE

Known to and to me known to be the same persons who executed the


foregoing Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), they acknowledge to me that the
same is the corporate act and deed of the aforementioned First and Second Parties,
and they are duly authorized to sign the same, including their instrumental
witnesses, on each and every page hereof.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL on the date and place first written above.

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