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University of Perpetual Help DALTA Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona, Las Pias City College of Engineering

Practicum Report

Submitted to: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for On-the-job Training

Submitted by:

ERCIA, JENINA M. BSEE-5

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The trainee would like to acknowledge the people who help her for this training to be possible. She is thankful for the Lord for giving her strength and good health to finish this training. Next, she wants to express her sincerest gratitude to her family for supporting her financially, emotionally and spiritually. And to her friends who help her fulfilled this project. She also would like to gratefully acknowledge the staff of Teodoro Construction Corp. especially to the employee of Electrical Department for giving her the chance to be part of their team and giving her some knowledge about their work. And she would like to thank the professors of the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, College of Engineering for conducting this kind of program that help the student experienced things in the real world. Lastly, she would like to acknowledge her OJT Coordinator for the support that she gave to her trainee.

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Dedication

This work is dedicated to my Parents who initiated and encouraged me to learn and explore new things that would help me grow as a human being.

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Table of Contents

Title Page Certificate of Completion Acknowledgement Dedication History of UPHDS Philosophy Mission Vision Part I Introduction Part II Duties and responsibilities Part III Conclusion Part IV Recommendation

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History of University of Perpetual Help System Dalta

Dr. Antonio Laperal Tamayo, founder and his wife Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo, co-founder together with their friend, Ernesto Palanca Crisostomo, established on February 5, 1975 in Las Pias City the Perpetual Help College of Rizal, now the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Las Pias.

The first school building consisting of four floors (the present hospital) was constructed in a remarkable record-breaking period of only four months, which ordinarily takes one year to construct. The school building was created to house the College of Nursing. Around 700 nursing student were enrolled and a few were referrals from the Perpetual Help School in Manila. Perpetual was indeed on its way to becoming a premier university south of Metro Manila.

The organizational structure of the former Perpetual Help College of Rizal has interwoven within its fabric a closely-knit group of administrators and educators. The administrative expertise of Mr. Crisostomo, the educational and supervisory proficiency of former Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila acting President and the Perpetual Bian First Chancellor Benjamin L. Intal and former Bureau of Private Schools Regional Director Teofilo Gallardo were the forefront keys in the formulation of the institution. The other members of the founding group are the Universitys First Chancellor Dr. Grace R. De Leon whose loyalty stood by and supported the founders in hurling the challenges of organizational growth; University Registrar Dr. Perla R. Sope, and consultants

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ADMUs Emiliano Armas of the Ateneo De Manila University and the De La Salle Universitys Oscar Bautista, Col. Jose C. Moran, father of Dr. Daisy, a Certified Public Accountant and former President of the Continental Bank, facilitated the needed funds of the project through his friends and the Development Bank of the Philippines, where he served as its first manager of branches and agencies.

In 1997, the Commission on Higher Education granted University status, thus the change of name to the University of Perpetual Help.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA is one of the subsystems complementing the University of Perpetual Help System.

The other subsystem is the University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA. University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA was founded and established by Dr. Jose G. Tamayo, as its first President and Chairman of the Board, with Co-Founder, Dr. Josefina Laperal Tamayo, as its Vice-Chairman and Treasurer. With both co-founders now deceased, the University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA is presently led by the first born of the founders, Dr. Antonio L. Tamayo. He is currently the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of UPH System JONELTA. Incidentally, he is also the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer the UPH System DALTA.

Dr. Tamayo earned his post-graduate courses in Hospital Administration at George Washington University in Washington D.C., supplemented with special studies on Hospital Management from Ateneo de Manila University, and a Ph. D

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in Organizational Development from the Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Institute.

On June 10, 2003, the helm of leadership of the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA was transferred to, Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo as Second President. Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo is a holder of a Masters Degree in Nursing from New York University, USA. She is also a doctorate degree holder in

Organization Development from the Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Institute.

Complementing the leadership and management functions of Dr. Antonio L. Tamayo and Dr. Daisy M. Tamayo are their two sons, Anthony Jose and Richard Antonio who are both outstanding cum laude graduates of the University of the Philippines.

Anthony Jose M. Tamayo assumed presidency of the UPHSD campuses on January 2010. He is a Certified Public Accountant, MBA degree holder from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and MA in Education degree holder from Harvard University.

Likewise, Richard Antonio M. Tamayo was appointed as President of the University of Perpetual DALTA Medical Center. He is currently finishing his Master of Business in Hospital Administration at Ateneo de Manila University.

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In subsequent years, the UPHSD established two branches as well as several agri-businesses which later incorporated into the DALTA Group of companies. The units of DALTA Group are located in Las Pinas City; Molino, Cavite; and Calamba City in Laguna. It also has a Medical Center in Las Pias City.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Molino was established and inaugurated in May 1995 with an initial enrolment of seven hundred students. Just a year after, the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Calamba was established in inaugurated initially with 360 enrollees.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA subscribes to the institutional philosophy that national development and transformation is predicated upon the quality of education of its people. It is committed to the

ideas of teaching, community service and research, with Character Building is Nation Building as its guiding principle. It is continuing in its efforts to achieve its objective of maintaining and sustaining excellence in education. It has instituted an extensive network of national and international linkages in Higher Education and Business. It has established its indelible Perpetualite identity as it steadfastly enshrines its Perpetualite values and aspirations.

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Philosophy The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA believes and invokes Divine Guidance in the betterment of the quality of life through national development and transformation, which are predicated upon the quality of education of its people. Towards this end, the Institution is committed to the ideals of teaching, community service, and research as it nurtures the value of Helpers of God, with Character Building is Nation Building as its guiding principle.

Vision The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA shall emerge as a premier university in the Philippines. It shall provide a venue for the pursuit of excellence in academics, technology, and research through community partnership.

The University shall take the role of a catalyst for human development. It shall inculcate Christian values Catholic in doctrine as a way of strengthening the moral fiber of the Filipino a people who are Helpers of God, proud of their race and prepared for the exemplary global participation in the arts, sciences, humanities, and business.

It foresees the Filipino people enjoying a quality of life in abundance, living in peace, and building a nation that the next generation will nourish, cherish, and value.

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Mission The UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA is dedicated to the development of the Filipino as a leader. It aims to graduate dynamic students who are physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually committed to the achievement of the highest quality of life.

Goals of College of Engineering

The College of Engineering is geared towards the development of wellrounded engineers who are capable to meet the changing demands of industry and who are committed to the proper utilization of the nations patrimony. It aims to produce students who are intellectually and technically prepared for their role in nation building and responsive to the needs of industry in the general, specializes and highly skilled areas.

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Part I INTRODUCTION

On the job training or OJT is one method by which students is given a chance to apply the theories and computations that they have learned from the school. It is a program that provides opportunities for students 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.

OJT recognizes the need to train beyond that which is taught in the classroom and also the need to upgrade and update skills throughout ones working life the main objective of OJT is to remove the learner from the classroom environment to the workplace to continue learning in a manner that will be able to be practically applied upon graduation.

History of Teodoro Construction Corporation Established in May 15, 2001, founder Engr. Federick C. Teodoro TCC has become a major provider in the design and construction of buildings and infrastructures in the industry, categorized by PCAB as a Class A construction firm. From its main office at Las Pias City, this privately held company provides innovative planning and strategy in the field of construction and engineering.

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TCCs

diverse

project

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steel fabrication

to

general

construction, where it has delivered high quality projects on time. TCCs cutting edge planning and development strategies have earned the trust of its clientele. By continuously taking advantage of emerging technologies, TCC has continued to set the standards in the industry for excellence and performance at a fair and competitive value. TCCs vertically integrated business structure allows it to offer its clientele a full spectrum of services from designing, planning to engineering and construction. Moreover, TCC takes pride in fabricating their own equipments. This translates to unparalleled responsiveness, exceptional flexibility with high regards to strict, consistent quality control. Hands-on management team and a staff of expert architects and engineers is another pride of TCC. This makes TCC more competitive in the industry its a leading organization that consistently exceeds expectations.

Mission After all, TCCs objective is to help you in building your business. We are committed in building long-term relationships based on integrity, performance, value, and client satisfaction. We will continue to meet the changing needs of our clients with our quality services delivered by the most qualified people.

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Vision Teodoro Construction Corporation is not just a construction company. We are a dedicated team striving to bring growth to our community, helping to maintain existing companies and assist our clients in making their dreams become a reality.

Philosophy TCC is a vertically integrated organization. With the companys collective knowledge, experience and strategic decision making, it has the ability to get the job done without the delays and compromises; this is coupled with multiple outsourcing. From concept and design to planning and construction, the business structure translates to quicker turnaround times, greater control over construction quality and unsurpassed flexibility in serving the needs of our clientele. TCC is well equipped. The comprehensive list of services includes steel fabrication, architectural planning, engineering, electro-mechanical, and general construction. TCC certainly wouldnt be where it is today without its attention to long term client satisfaction.

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Part II DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

GENERAL:

1. Oversee and render close physical inspection of the project execution, installation, equipment and materials to ensure the Owner that the project is completed by the Contractor in accordance with the Architects / Engineers plans, specification and terms and conditions of the Contract Documents.

2. Assist in coordinating the work between the Owner, the Architect and the Contractor, in order to expedite the successful completion of the project.

3. Attend scheduled conferences as required in connection with the project and render report on the current status and development of the work.

4. Help the electrical engineer in estimating wires and verifying the size of wire in the project design is accurate.

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PROJECT EXECUTION:

1. Conduct on-site observations and spot checks of the work with respect to the requirements of the Contract Documents.

2. Disallow / notify the contractor regarding any materials or execution if work that does not conform to the plans, specifications and Contract Documents or found contrary to established engineering standards and practices.

3. Supervise perform random samples of materials for quality control and test them to approved Material Testing Laboratories. Results of such tests are to be submitted to the Owner or commissioned Architects / Engineers.

4. Do not allow any change orders / extra works to be implemented until shop drawings and notice to proceed have been issued and approved by the owner.

5. After substantial completion of the Project, issue checklist of defective works to be corrected, before conducting final inspection and issuance of Certification of final Acceptance.

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FIELD COORDINATION:

1. Assist when possible the Contractor in obtaining from the owner or the Engineer / architect clarifications or additional details of information if and when required for the proper execution for the work.

2. Evaluate suggestion for modifications which may be submitted by the contractor and report them recommendations to the Architect / Engineer and the Owner for final decision.

3. Be alert to the Completion Date and to Conditions of work and weather which may cause delays and extensions in time and report them to the owner and Architect.

4. When the project has been substantially completed, advise the Architect / Engineer and the owner that the work is already for general inspection procedure prior to Final Acceptance.

PAYMENT REQUISITIONS:

1. Reviews and verify with all concerned all request for partial and additional payments as submitted by the Contractor and forward them with recommendations to the Owner for disposition.

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2. After Due review and verification, indicate in the Certificate of Final Acceptance as issued to the owner, the final payment due to the contractor and other pertinent recommendations for the Owner disposition.

RECORDS OF WORKS:

1. Maintain a daily log book, which include weather conditions, manpower capabilities, equipment, materials, progress accomplishment, on-going activities, test specimens and laboratory results.

2. Keep a cumulative record of percentages accomplishment of major technical works, approved deviations and charges, cause of delays and stoppages to serve as reference for bi-monthly accomplishment report.

3. Maintain a construction site a set of up-to-date plans and specifications for reference in the execution of the work, as well as shop drawings, change orders and additional drawings / details issued subsequent to award of the Contract.

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PICTURE DOCUMENTATION:

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Daily Time Record:

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53 days x 5 hours = 265 hours

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Part III CONCLUSION

At the end of the on-the-job training, the trainee experienced things and she learned from it. She gained knowledge about the work in a construction firm especially in electrical side. The task given to her was the application of Electrical Design 1 Lec and Lab of her course. Actual wiring in the site was a big help to the trainee. The estimation of wire in the given project has a great connection to the subjects. The trainees were technically given actual problems that have main a main concern with the electrical engineering subjects. The nature of the career course was the main focus of the training of the student will be useful if the nature of their training have the major concern for their chosen career. The trainee would able to use the experiences they have gone through during the training whenever they are already in the field of specialization.

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Part IV RECOMMENDATION

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