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CE 525: OJT, REVIEW AND

MOCK BOARD
ORIENTATION
1.
Name of Course OJT, Seminars and Review
(Descriptive Title)

2.
Course Number CE 525

3.
Semester and Year 2nd Semester 5th Year
Offered

4.
Credit Units and 2 Units, 54 Hours
Student Learning
Time (SLT)
5.
Pre-requisite (if 5th year standing
any)

6.
Course Description This course introduces the civil engineering students to the civil
engineering world through practice in private/public commercial,
industrial plants and establishments, specializing in civil
engineering works and related fields for them to have an
overview of a job of a civil engineer. It will also cover the review
of all basic courses covered in the civil engineering licensure
examination.
POLICIES AND GUIDELINES

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
(OJT) COURSE
The BS Civil Engineering program is designed to develop engineers who possess the
technical competence and ingenuity in the practice of their profession. The program
guarantees a certain breadth of knowledge of the Civil Engineering disciplines through
a set of core courses. The Commission on Higher Education requires to include the On-
the-Job Training (OJT) course in the BSCE curriculum to enhance, modernize and
elevate the level of effectiveness and relevance of electrical engineering education. The
OJT course ensures that the civil engineering graduates understand the nature of their
special roles in society and the impact of their works on the progress of civilization.
Furthermore, the OJT course provides students an opportunity to achieve a degree of
knowledge compatible with the needs of the industry.

I. Nature and
Objective
Specifically, the OJT course of the BS CE program
aims to:
a. Train and orient undergraduate BS CE
students about the work and their future career

I. Nature and as civil engineers;


b. Hone student’s knowledge and skills that
Objective are acquired in the classroom through actual
work application in order to become more
responsive to the demands of the civil engg
profession;
c.Provide the students with an education that
will allow them to be immediately competitive
in industry or in graduate work;
d. Provide opportunities to students to
perform practical applications and hands-
on work by going through the actual
I. Nature and methodologies of a specific task using the
Objective real tools, equipment, documents and latest
trends and technology in the field of civil
Engineering;
e. Instill to the students a sense of
professional responsibility and social
awareness; and
f. Enable the students to work well
whether independently or as part of a group.
!

II. General Requirements


of the Undergraduate On-
the-Job Training Course
The following are the general requirements
for the conduct of OJT course:
II. General Requirements a. The student who will undergo an OJT
of the Undergraduate On-
must meet the following criteria:
the-Job Training Course
i. The student must be at least 4th year;
ii. The student must have earned a
minimum of 215 units;
iii. The student must have finished CE
major courses;
iv. The student must have attended
the OJT orientation;
II. General Requirements
of the Undergraduate On- v. The student must be endorsed by
the-Job Training Course the Department Head and accepted
by the industry/company partner;
and
vi. The student must be officially
enrolled in the OJT course.
c. The student shall be required to
II. General Requirements render at least 240 hours of on-the-job
of the Undergraduate On- training.
the-Job Training Course d. At the end of the training, the
student shall be required to submit a
final narrative report of his/her
experience together with a certification
and an evaluation of his/her
performance from the host company.
!

II. Procedures and


Guidelines
BS CE students who plan to undergo
OJT must comply with the procedures

III. Procedures and guidelines enumerated below:


1. All probable OJT students must first
and Guidelines attend the orientation. The primary
purpose of the orientation is to discuss
with the students the objectives,
requirements, procedures and guidelines
of the OJT course.
2. The qualified student shall contact the
company and inquire if there are available slots for
OJT.

III. Procedures 3. The qualified student then writes an


Application Letter addressed to the company/
and Guidelines industry concerned. An Endorsement Letter from
the Department Head must be attached to the
student’s application letter. The student shall be
responsible for following up on his/her OJT
application.
4. Upon acceptance, the student must obtain a
Letter of Acceptance from the company and submit
a copy to the Department Head and faculty adviser
III. Procedures 5. The student shall document his/her daily
work activities, make a weekly accomplishment
and Guidelines report to be signed by the training
supervisor(must be a civil engineer), compile all
the reports and submit to the Faculty adviser on
the last Saturday of every month. The student
shall keep all documents, reports, etc. pertaining
to his/her training for his/her final narrative
report.
6. Upon completion of the OJT, the
student shall ask the host company
to fill-out an Evaluation form. The
III. Procedures evaluation form shall be placed in a
and Guidelines sealed envelope with the signature of
the company’s training supervisor on
the flap of the envelope. The student
also needs to obtain from the
company a Certificate of Completion.
!

IV. Duties and


Responsibilities of a
Student-Trainee
Every student-trainee must perform his/her duties and
responsibilities in order to get the most out of the
training opportunities made available to him/her by
the company. As such, while undergoing training,
IV. Duties and every student-trainee must:
Responsibilities of a 1. Abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the
Student-Trainee host company;
2. Observe discipline and right conduct and behave
in a professional manner;
3. Show a positive and good attitude towards the
company’s staff, supervisors, fellow trainees and their
works;
4. Complete tasks and other assignments on time
and with quality;
5. Observe punctuality and regular attendance
in reporting to his/her assigned duty;
IV. Duties and
Responsibilities of a 6. Demonstrate initiative and drive in a quest
Student-Trainee to learn from the training;

7. Develop effective communication skills ; and

8. Apply analytical or technical skills to offer


possible solutions to identified problems in the
company.
PROGRAM
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
OUTCOMES
(Each Indicator has 50% weight on the
(Attributes acquired
attainment of the PO)
upon graduation)
Demonstrate interpersonal and social skills in
Work effectively as a
dealing with group members towards the
member and leader
PO attainment of predetermined goals.
in multi-disciplinary
4 Work effectively with individuals from a wide
and multi-cultural
range of educational, cultural, and technical
teams
backgrounds.
Demonstrate a keen moral and ethical sense in
Act in accordance to all inter-personal, social, and professional
PO professional, social relations and dealings
6 and ethical Practice professional attitudes and values in all
responsibility academic, co-curricular, and extra-curricular
activities in the university and the society at large.
Communicate Demonstrate the ability to communicate in
written form with sufficient substance and in the
effectively in written
PO and oral forms usingcorrect form.
8 both English and Demonstrate the ability to communicate orally
Filipino as well as in
with sufficient substance, correct form, and
graphical forms articulate delivery.
Practice Christian Practice Christian attitudes and values in all
values in personal academic, co-curricular, and extra-curricular
and professional activities in the university and the society at
PO
endeavors as a large.
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Louisian in the Demonstrate a keen moral and ethical sense in
service of the CICM all inter-personal, social, and professional
mission relations and dealings
REQUIREMENTS FOR CE 525:
(submission date to be posted
second semester ay 2019-2020)
Letter of Request and Waiver of Liability duly signed by the Department
Head and the student’s OJT Supervisor

Cover Letter and Evaluation Form duly accomplished by the student’s OJT
Supervisor

5”x8”, 200 Leaves, Red Record Book/Ledger

Calendar of OJT Hours

Problem Sets : Mathematics, Surveying and Transportation; Hydraulics and


Geotechnical Engineering; and Structural Engineering and Construction

Mock Board Examination

Completion Form for students enrolled during the short term and first sem of
AY 2019-2020
REQUIREMENTS FOR CE 525:
(submission date to be posted
second semester ay 2018-2019)
Essay/Reflection paper on your inter-personal,
social and professional relations and dealings
during your OJT

photocopy of OJT Certificate with total no. of hours

photocopy of certificates from trainings and


seminars attended

a written essay or report depicting learning


experiences in seminars and trainings
LETTER OF
REQUEST
duly signed by the Department
Head and the student’s OJT
Supervisor (before start of duty)

3 copies(personal, DH and faculty


adviser)

must have the contact number of


supervisor and the company
WAIVER OF
LIABILITY
duly signed by the student and the
student’s OJT Supervisor (before
start of duty)

3 copies(personal, DH and faculty


adviser)

must have the contact number of


supervisor and the company
COVER LETTER
duly signed by the
DEPARTMENT HEAD
(after end of duty)
EVALUATION
FORM
duly signed by the
DEPARTMENT HEAD
(after end of duty)
LEDGER
Contents of the Record Book:
• Pages 1-3: attach a copy of your class
schedule for the short term, first
semester and second semester of AY
2017-2018
• Page 4: attach a copy or photo of permit/s
for the project/s where you were assigned
(building permit, excavation permit, etc.)
• Succeeding pages:

Work Diary
Date:
Weather:
Time in:
Time Out:
Activities on site:
(Write a narrative and insert pictures
with captions)

to be accomplished everyday of duty

photocopy and submit monthly to faculty


adviser
CALENDAR: TO BE SUBMITTED MONTHLY WITH THE PHOTOCOPY OF LEDGER AND SCHEDULE DURING THE CURRENT SEM
REQUIREMENTS FOR CE 525:
(submission date to be posted
second semester ay 2018-2019)
place all OJT requirements in a long
transparent envelope

instructions for the problem sets and mock


boards will be given second semester AY
2019-2020(be ready with a plane white shirt and
PRC approved calculator)

mock boards will be two weeks before the final


examinations of first semester AY 2019-2020
REMINDERS

ALWAYS INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND CLASS


CODES IN ALL OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS

REQUIREMENTS AND DUE DATES WILL BE


POSTED AT THE PICE SLU SC OFFICE/ GROUP
PAGE

inform your faculty adviser before leaving/


transferring to another company
Faculty Advisers:
class code faculty adviser

2478 Engr. W. Abobo

2479 Engr. R. Apilado

2480 Engr. JK Aquino

2481 Engr. M Bondad

2482 Engr. L Ranosa