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A NARATIVE REPORT OF INTERNSHIP IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MADRAZO, JOSE PAOLO V. DECEMBER 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS RECOMMENDATION LETTER…………………………………………………….... i CLEARANCE SHEET……………………………………………………………….... ii APPROVAL SHEET…………………………………………………………………... iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………………………….... iv DEDICATION…………………………………………………………………………... v A. AN OVERVIEW OF AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE AMA Vision…………………………………………………………………........ 1 AMA Mission…………………………………………………………………….. 2 AMA Hymn………………………………………………………………………. 3

AMA Quality Policy……………………………………………………………... 4 AMA History……………………………………………………………………... 5 AMA Foundation………………………………………………………………... 8 AMA Education System………………………………………………………. 10 AMA Partnership………………………………………………………………. 12 AMA Courses Offered…………………………………………………………17 B. LECTURES AND IMPORTANT POINTS IN PRACTICUM Introduction…………………………………………………………………….. 21 Lectures and Important Points in Practicum……………………………….. 22 Objectives of a Practicumer………………………………………………….. 23 Values and Attributes of a Practicumer…………………………………….. 24 Problems Encountered ………………………………………………………. 26 Suggestion and Recommendation………………………………………….. 7 C. WORKPLACE AND ON-THE-JOB TRAINING Memorandum of Agreement……………………………………………... ….. 28 Company Vision……………………………………………………………….. 32 Company Mission……………………………………………………………... 33 Company History………………………………………………………………34 Daily Activity Report…………………………………………………………... 37 Training Plan Outline…………………………………………………………. 43 Evaluation Sheet…………………………………………………………. ……45 Daily Time Record……………………………………………. ………………. 48 Certificate of Completion…………………………………………………...... 51 Pictorials……………………………………………………………………….. 52 D. CURRICULUM VITAE October 9, 2012 AMA Computer College Fairview Quezon City

In line with our objective to provide our students with holistic, quality and relevant computer based education in all discipline, we have always emphasized a dynamic curriculum. Hence, instruction is pragmatic in approach. Students are given the best training after having finished the theoretical requirements in school. It is in this context that this school wishes to recommend Madrazo, Jose Paolo V. a student of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology to undergo training in your office. The said student is required to complete four hundred eighty six (486) hours of training.

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We look forward for your favorable response on this matter. Thank you for being a part of our thrust to provide the youth with quality education. Respectfully yours, Mr. Rodolfo T. Rosario College Dean Ms. May Florence D. San Pablo OJT Adviser i CLEARANCE SHEET This is to certify that MADRZO, JOSE PAOLO V. , an on-the-job trainee of AMA Computer College – Fairview, during the 3rd trimester, school year 2012 – 2013 has been cleared to property and financial responsibility of this college. Recommending Approval, Ms. May Florence D. San Pablo Adviser

Mr. Rodolfo T. Rosario College Dean ii APPROVAL SHEET The narrative report attached hereto, prepared and submitted by Jose Paolo V. Madrazo in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at AMA Computer College – Fairview Campus is hereby accepted. Recommending Approval, Ms. May Florence D. San Pablo Adviser Mr. Rodolfo T. Rosario College Dean iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to thank AMA Computer College - Fairview for a quality education that enhanced my knowledge and skills that I used during my internship.

To my IT supervisors, Mr. Jessar Medenilla and Mr. Richard Albarin who taught me about new and great ideas on how to improve and develop my skills and knowledge beneficial to survive in the IT industry. To my OJT adviser, Ms. May Florence D. San Pablo who’s always supportive and caring to me, giving me assistance and being kind to all students that she handled. To my Co-OJTs, Chico De Guzman, Renier King Villanueva, Christian Navarra and Mark Anthony Managbanag , for understanding and support that they given to me.

And last but definitely not the least, to our Almighty God for the knowledge He gave to me, to all the blessings and passionate understanding, and protecting us from harm. We thank and praise Him. Jose Paolo V Madrazo iv DEDICATION I dedicate this On-the-Job Training documentation and fulfillment to my family who are always there for me, giving me advice and always supporting me in all the things I do. To my adviser and partial adviser, Mrs. May Florence D. San Pablo and Sir Oscar H. Halamani Jr. for all the reminders, advice, and support she has given to me.

To my friends, Who help me in understand and support me in our tasks given by our supervisors. To myself of course, for a wonderful experience and learning that really enhanced my skills and knowledge to be ready for my future in IT industry. And last but not the least, to our Almighty God who gives me strength to do all things. Jose Paolo V Madrazo v OVERVIEW OF AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE AMA VISION 1010 The vision of the AMA Computer College is to become the leader and dominant provider of quality and excellent information technology based and related services in the global market.

AMA MISSION The global mission of AMA Computer College is to provide a holistic, quality, computer based- education in all level and disciplines with the objective of producing professional and leader responsive to needs of science and international community for the honor and glory of GOD Almighty. AMA HYMN You put us in mould, dear Alma Mater You hold the future in this race against time Through the years in your folds We nurtured our dreams Our promise to you The toast is for you Dear Alma mater You have given us arms For the battles of life And the conquest of our dreams

Oh, Dear AMA You have our minds We will triumph by which The toast is for you The light up ahead is victory foreseen With noble desires, we behold its gleam Our motherland lays her hopes on the youth The future that we hold is her hope That unfolds. AMA EDUCATION SYSTEM QUALITY POLICY The AMA Education System (AMAES) committed to produce globally and well-rounded graduates in various disciplines who will be leaders in their respective fields of endeavor. The system adheres to the principles of Total Quality Service and Total Customer Satisfaction in pursuing this objective.

HISTORY OF AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE The year was 1978, Amable R. Aguiluz V. , fourth son and namesake of Amable M. Aguiluz (1913 – 1977) who was former auditor general during the Macapagal Administration, formed a distributorship in Manila for Computer land. The firm became one of the main distributors of Apple Computer in the Philippines. It became one of the venues by which advancements made in the computer science and technologies were absorbed in the Philippines industrial life. The computer boom originating in Silicon Valley manifested itself in this undertaking.

In the Philippines, as in other parts of the world, the trend is towards computerization. However, the object conditions of the national economy are still not very suitable to this modern technology. The distributors’ motive is therefore to ensure an increasing rate of demand for computers. The formula was simple; train programmers for wider distribution base. On October 22, 1980, The Amable M. Aguiluz Institute of Computer Studies (AMAICS) was established for said purpose. It cannot be denied the Institute was initially conceived to bolster the marketing effort of Computer land.

The education component was incidental to the main undertaking of distributorship. AMAICS was housed at the second floor of David building along Shaw Boulevard. Six-apple computer were initially used and eight trainees were taken in for its EDP courses. The courses increased awareness of the application of computer technology in every aspect of human endeavor. The outcome has already ensured a steady demand for computer. However, computer awareness was not enough. What started as part of insistent selling strategy must now be viewed as an independent concern.

Why train more programmers when there is a need to lay the foundation for indigenous computer science development? The business venture must take a separate cause. The time to take up education as a separate working agenda has started. Six months after its inception, AMAICS stared offering the Comprehensive Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Program. In its first semester, the institute has thirteen enrollees. Student population continuously rose from a pioneering batch of 13 students to over 10,000 students by school year 1992 – 1993. As enrollment increase, its Board of trustees as AMA Computer College renamed AMAICS.

These necessitate the expansion of its physical plant. To date in addition to the Makati and Quezon City Campuses, the institution has other campuses in the provinces of Cebu and Davao. In keeping with its global mission, the institution has opened two international in Guam and Bangladesh. The Quezon City campus has its own sport facilities and a computer center, which houses the latest – state – of the art equipment. The said campus also houses the elementary and high school departments. The outcome has already ensured a steady demand for computer.

However, computer awareness was not enough. What started as part of insistent selling strategy must now be viewed as an independent concern. Why train more programmers when there is a need to lay the foundation for indigenous computer science development? The business venture must take a separate cause. The time to take up education as a separate working agenda has started. Immediate in the program of action of the institution is the attainment of full university status by the year 1995. Its own sport facilities and a computer center, which houses the latest – state – of the art equipment.

The said campus also houses the elementary and high school departments. Immediate in the program of action of the institution is the attainment of full university status by the year 1995. With the inking of an agreement with the prestigious American League of College and Universities (ALOCU) that has more than 30 affiliate member schools all over the United States, The forward movement continues. AMA Computer College is also an affiliate of the Philippine Computer Society, The Philippine Association for Computer College of Arts and Sciences, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, John F.

Kennedy – Japan Campus and the US Chamber of Commerce. AMA FOUNDATION The Quezon City Campus has its own sport facilities and computer center which houses the latest-state of the art equipment. The said campus also houses the elementary and high school departments. The outcome has already ensured a steady demand for computer. However, computer awareness was not enough. What started as part of insistent? Selling strategy must now be viewed as an independent concern. Why train more programmers when there is a need to lay the foundation for indigenous computer science development?

The business venture must take a separate cause. The time to take up education as a separate working agenda has started. Immediate in the program of action of the institution is the attainment of full university status by the year 1995. Its own sport facilities and a computer center, which houses the latest-state of the art equipment. The said campus also houses the elementary and high school department. Immediate in the program of action of the institute is the attainment of full university of full university status by the year 1995.

With the linking of the agreement with the prestigious American league of college and universities (ALOCU) that has more than 30 affiliate member schools all over the United States. The forward movement continuous AMA Computer College is also an affiliate of the Philippines Computer Society. The Philippines Association for Computer College of Arts and Science. Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry, John F. Kennedy – Japan Campus and the US Chamber of Commerce. AMA EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM [pic] Now a computer university, AMA continues to provide the most in-demand courses in information technology, the arts, sciences and engineering. pic]Bahrain's higher education landscape received a major boost with the opening of AMA International University's Bahrain branch in September 2002. [pic] ACLC offers a comprehensive ICT curriculum with 2 year diploma courses that are globally recognized: one from ACLC and the other from the National Computing Center-United Kingdom. [pic] ABE focuses on e-business and the new technologies to make the students' learning more relevant to the new global economy. [pic] AIIT offers full curriculum courses in telecommunications and electronics technology, a pioneer in the Philippines. [pic]St.

Augustine International School has exclusive use of GEMS, a multimedia instructional material that makes learning more fun and a direct experience. [pic] AMA's entry into the Medical profession, now initially offers IT-based Nursing Education using state-of-the-art medical facilities in three AMA campuses: East Rizal, Calamba and Cavite. [pic] NMA offers new in-depth maritime training programs and facilities with the support of the latest innovations in technology. [pic] To satisfy the current demand for professional training in Caregiving, AMA now offers IT-supported certificate courses certified by TESDA.

PARTNERSHIPS OF AMA AMAES schools maintain partnerships with the industry leaders to maintain its global competitiveness in the field of Information technology. These partners provide technological and software support to the different endeavors of AMAES. These tie-ups also make trainings and certification programs more accessible to AMAers, giving them the advantage over other IT graduates. AMA Computer University of Quezon City has been appointed since Nov. 24, 1998 as one of the CISCO Regional Academy in the Philippines.

This appointment allows AMACU to undertake and implement the program called CISCO Networking Academy Programs (CNAP). As regional academy, AMACU may appoint local academies to reach more students across the nation. Oracle was one of the first companies to make its business applications available through the internet—an idea that is now pervasive. With the release of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle has begun debuting new products and functionality that reflect the company's goal: connecting all levels of enterprise technology to help customers access the knowledge they need to respond to market conditions with speed and agility

The partnership is an academic collaboration between AMA Education System (AMAES) and Alpha innovations in the area of “Robotics Learning Center” (RLS). The partnership makes AMA and all its corporate member components, as the letter’s “Education Partner” in the Philippines. With this partnership in hand, the student in some selected AMACC campuses and learning centers will be equipped with a quick startup and introduction to the world of mobile robotics. FESTO Inc. has appointed AMAES as the Executive and Only Premiere Education Training Partner in the Philippines.

The partnership aims to pioneer the offering of Mechatronics Engineering in the Philippines and as well as in any AMA International Branch operation. It covers installation of complete Mechatronics Engineering laboratory, which it first in the Philippines, plus FESTO Inc. will transfer the technology to AMAES. FLUKE NETWORKS is a spin company from Fluke instruments. They are specializing in manufacturing very high quality instruments. AMA was appointed by FLUKE Networks to be exclusive training partner in the Philippines and in the ASEAN region.

IntraLearn Software Corporation (IntraLearn) provides configurable e-Learning software that helps small to mid-sized organizations as well as departments of the Global 2000 to rapidly and effectively deploy measurable training and facilitate the exchange of knowledge among their students, employees, customers, suppliers and partners. Introduced in 1997, IntraLearn e-Learning software is now used by more than 500 organizations and more than two million people in 30+ countries worldwide. As the only Premier Education Partner of Microsoft, AMA is able to provide its students the first crack to the latest Microsoft software.

By integrating Microsoft into its curricula, students are prepared by the Microsoft certification programs such as the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) and the Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP). As one of Microsoft’s recognized testing centers, AMA will be able to generate up to 10,000 Microsoft Certified Professional annually, the most that any institution can produce worldwide. AVAYA AMA has likewise been appointed by AVAYA communication as the executive Authorized Training Center (ATC) for the ASEAN region.

The training center delivers industry-standard training and diploma course for the Systemax Structured Cabling System. The technology covers knowledge in sending voice, data, video, and image over copper and fiber optic. MYOB The MYOB Group, founded in 1991,is a leading provider of business management software for small and medium sized enterprises around the world in the year 2001 AMA Education System formed partnership with MYOB Malaysia to acquire the MYOB Premier Version 5 software (accounting system) and its upgrade until 2003 for its integration to Accounting subject of AMAES.

The MYOB Premier 5 is currently implemented to all AMA CU/ AMACC, ACLA, AIIT and ABE branches nationwide. Last May 2003, AMA Computer University has been appointed as Authorized Pearson VUE Testing Center (PVTC). This appointment allows the access and use of world’s most advanced, flexible test delivery system to cater the industry certification need of employees, faculty members and students. SAP was founded in 1972 as Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung ("System Analysis and Program Development") by five former IBM engineers in Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg (DietmarHopp, Hans-Werner Hector, HassoPlattner, Klaus E.

Tschira, and Claus Wellenreuther). With its SYSTIMAX network infrastructure solutions, only CommScope helps enterprise customers take advantage of business and technology opportunities today and in the future. By reliably powering mission-critical, high-bandwidth and emerging applications, SYSTIMAX infrastructure solutions help you support advanced, new services and improve the profitability of your business. The tie-up of AMA with the National Computing Center of the United Kingdom (NCC-UK) entitles students to gain various London-based diplomas.

The International Diploma in Computer Studies (IDCS) and International Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies (IADS) are international diplomas recognized in more than 40 countries worldwide. PROGRAM / COURSES OFFERED Admission to AMAES: Academic Programs The AMA Education System provides world-class computer education that is distinguished by its cutting edge technology, top of the line curricular programs, and the most competent line up of faculty in the various fields of information and communications technology (ICT).

AMA is also equipped with educational, computing and scientific resources to support academic programs that specializes in business administration, accountancy, marketing, the liberal arts, nursing, maritime and medicine. Its accumulated pool of human resources is industry trained to impart quality knowledge and skills to all types of students not only in the Philippines but in the neighboring countries of Asia and the world. AMAES prepares its students not only for immediate employment in any part of the globe but for continual learning in the Age of Information.

With internationally certified equipment and facilities, highly aggressive and very creative management system, and superb technological expertise, AMA definitely notches above the rest. In all schools of AMAES, the curricula are reviewed and revised regularly to make them responsive to the dynamics of changes sweeping the twenty-first century especially in the Computer Science. AMAES schools also maintain several international tie-ups with respected academic institutions to make sure that the course offerings are globally recognized.

At the same time, its international affiliates in the industry provide international certificates and diploma to all graduates of AMAES. As Asia's leading IT-based education institution, AMAES champions to provide various academic programs in different fields, as follows: College of Arts and Sciences AB Major in Mass Communications AB Major in English AB Major in Political Science AB Major in Economics BS in Psychology College of Engineering BS in Computer Engineering BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering BS in Industrial Engineering

College of Business Administration and Accountancy BSBA Major in Marketing BSBA Major in Management Information System BSBA Major in Financial Management BSBA Major in Management BS Major in Accountancy College of Education Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Computer Education Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Computer Education College of Computer Studies BS Computer Science BS Information Management BS Information Technology Graduate Courses MA in Computer Education MS in Computer Science Master in Business Administration Master in Public Administration

Although schools may differ in the offerings of academic programs, one thing is certain - AMA strongly maintains one system of delivery, methodology and quality. Many of the courses offered in AMA schools underwent a thorough review and benchmarking undertaken by seasoned educators and intellectual experts. Its growing population of 150,000 is enjoying the colors and fun of learning. LECTURES AND IMPORTANT POINTS IN PRACTICUM INTRODUCTION This narrative report is a requirement of AMA students for the completion of our course Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

On-the-Job Training will be very useful for us since this will be the fundamentals for our training ground in the field we are going to choose. From the lectures we have learned from our professors to the actual applications of it, we really can tell that we are ready to step into the next level of our lives. It’s not easy to be in our chosen field if we are not well trained from the start. Students used to ask what they will be in the future, the fact that they are not doing what they have supposed to do while they are still students. When they are already on the training ground, they kept saying that it’s hard.

Yes, it’s hard, nothing is easy anyway. We took our practicum at AMA Computer College Fairview Campus, but we didn’t think of hardship. Instead we thought of the challenge and the things we are going to learn in that institution. We never gone wrong, we really learned everything we want to learn, we know that we have learned enough at school, but just like one of our professor said: it’s all different when you are in the field and applied all you have learned, you will tell to yourself that it’s not enough but the broader knowledge is outside the school where you can learn much more that you have learned at school.

This narrative report has been compiled for the use of the future practicum as their reference. We know that we will get a good job in the future and because of having an experience is very useful, everything will not be that hard for us anymore LECTURES AND IMPORTANT POINTS IN PRACTICUM With the problems encountered by the trainee, the following are suggestions/recommendations that helped solve the aforementioned problems: • Being a little nervous is good because it keeps one always on his/her toes, therefore, always be prepared. Never hesitate to ask questions because it is better to let everyone know that you’re ignorant than not to ask questions and remain ignorant forever. • Never rest on one’s laurels and be willing to learn every day because this makes it possible for one to be wholly developed. • Learn how to manage one’s time properly and wisely. • Change the things that one can change about oneself and accept those that one cannot. • Accept the fact that one cannot please everybody. OBJECTIVES OF A PRACTICUMER • To obtain exposure in all the aspects of learning. • To understand the nature and aspiration of the clients. To acquire basic counseling, teaching skills, and critical analysis. • To lend the ability of the practicumer in dealing with people. • To develop creativity, resourcefulness, and patience. • To put into practice the basic principles of learning. • To develop positive attitudes towards responsibility given to us. • To realize the goal in becoming effective and efficient employee in the future. VALUES AND ATTRIBUTES OF A PRACTICUMER 1 AArrive a little early for every date or appointment. BBe enthusiastic in everything you do. CComplete every assigned task. DDo a little bit more than what is required.

EExpress yourself if you know the fact. FBe comfortable in every situation by being you. GGo all out to serve other. HHelp and pray with your enemies. IInculcate positive values. JJoin in and help when you are needed. KKeep your head cool, it will save you from trouble. LListen with your heart and not with your ears. MMake the best with what you have. NNever say “it’s hard,” instead try your best. OOpen your heart and mind to those with less fortunate than yours. PPlease you by pleasing others. QQuickly responds to any emergency needs. RRemember the spirit of Christmas that should be for everybody.

SStudy to excel in your profession. TTake advantage of the opportunity. UUse your spare time intelligently. VValue your health. WWork at your work. X(X) Cross out any qualities that could lead to failure. YYou are the most important asset. Treat it well physically and emotionally. ZZestfully meet any challenge and zipper your mouth if you know that you can hurt somebody. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED To be assigned to a position for the first time and unaware of what circumstances may occur during internship, problems are most likely to happen from situations. The following are: . Lack of foundational skills that are essential to perform well on the internship. 2. Financial problems. 3. Transportation problems. 4. Unfamiliar and different environment resulted to confusions. 5. Misunderstanding with the supervisors. 6. Misunderstanding with co – OJT. 7. High expectations from the supervisors. 8. Conflicting time between classes and internship obligations. 9. Differing task assigned by the supervisors and other departments that affects the quality of the results. 10. Absents that are unavoidable. SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 1.

Choose a company that is best and suitable for your course. 2. Be patient at all times; learn how to control your temper. 3. Learn how to manage your schedule time between classes, work obligations and personal life. 4. Practice and enhance your skills during your training. 5. Trainees should cooperate, and have the initiative to do work or tasks even without the supervision. 6. Be friendly and considerate to your co-trainees or co-employees. 7. Have a healthy lifestyle (exercise, sleep 10hours a day, drink at least 8 glass of water, eat healthy foods). 8. Have self-confidence at all times.

WORKPLACE AND ON-THE-JOB TRAINING MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE PARTIES This Memorandum of Agreement is entered into between AMA Group of Companies, represented by its representative, heretofore referred to as the Training Institution and the AMA Computer College, represented through its School Director and heretofore referred to as the School. PURPOSE The purpose of this MOA is to establish an agreement between the Training Institution and the School concerning the design, implementation, and evaluation and monitoring of the OJT Program of the School.

This MOA covers all students – trainee assigned to undergo a structured program for the development of competencies established by the parties. This agreement seeks to coordinate, facilitate and expedite the implementation of said Program for the exclusive benefit of the parties and the student – trainee concerned. DURATION This agreement shall commence on October 9, 2012 and shall terminate on December 21, 2012 unless otherwise terminated by agreement of all parties. CONDITIONS In attaining the purposes set from in this Agreement: The Training Institution will: Align the training and development activities with the current industry standards and needs. • Provide all resources necessary for the proper development of competencies required. • Established appropriate procedures, guidelines and policies for OJT program. Practicum Advisers / Mentors must complete TPO in consultation and agreement with the TIR and the Student – Trainee. Student – Trainee • Perform the task(s) assigned to him/her promptly and satisfactorily. • Keep a record of the reporting day’s activity, problems encountered, solutions offered and/or implemented. Submit final written report at the end of practicum covering the following areas: ? Scope of work / definition of problems ? Objective of the work to be accomplished ? Timetable ? Results and/or accomplishments ? Problems encountered and solutions offered ? Contribution of the work to the cooperating agency ? Conclusions and/or recommendations DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS • Endorsement letter addressed to the Training Institution Representative made by the Program Head / Dean indicating the name of the student – trainee. • Waiver signed by the parents / legal guardian of the student – trainee. Letter of the acceptance by the Training Institution Representative. • Training Plan Outline drafted by the Practicum Adviser / Mentor, Training Institution Practicum Supervisor and the Student – Trainee. • Training Record Book duly signed by the Training Institution Practicum Supervisor and to be presented to the Practicum Adviser / Mentor during the weekly consultation. • Evaluation of competencies acquired signed by the Training Institution Practicum Supervisor. • Certificate of Completion signed by the TIR. • Hardbound copy of all documents from 6. 1 – 6. 7 as the final requirement for the course.

PROCEDURES FOR AMMENDMENTS The MOA may be modified by mutual agreement of the appropriate partners. Any such modification will be preceded by 30 – day’s written notice to the other party of the intent to modify, alter, and revise this agreement and the purpose of such. The parties acknowledge this to be a provisional document, which may require modification. The parties agree to work in good faith to negotiate any such modification to this agreement. Signed: ________________________ ________________________ Signature over Printed Name Mr. Rodolfo T. Rosario College Dean

Position: _________________ AMA Computer College COMPANY VISION The vision of the AMA Computer College is to become the leader and dominant provider of quality and excellent information technology based and related services in the global market. COMPANY MISSION The global mission of AMA Computer College is to provide a holistic, quality, computer based- education in all level and disciplines with the objective of producing professional and leader responsive to needs of science and international community for the honor and glory of GOD Almighty. COMPANY HISTORY The year was 1978, Amable R.

Aguiluz V. , fourth son and namesake of Amable M. Aguiluz (1913 – 1977) who was former auditor general during the Macapagal Administration, formed a distributorship in Manila for Computer land. The firm became one of the main distributors of Apple Computer in the Philippines. It became one of the venues by which advancements made in the computer science and technologies were absorbed in the Philippines industrial life. The computer boom originating in Silicon Valley manifested itself in this undertaking. In the Philippines, as in other parts of the world, the trend is towards computerization.

However, the object conditions of the national economy are still not very suitable to this modern technology. The distributors’ motive is therefore to ensure an increasing rate of demand for computers. The formula was simple; train programmers for wider distribution base. On October 22, 1980, The Amable M. Aguiluz Institute of Computer Studies (AMAICS) was established for said purpose. It cannot be denied the Institute was initially conceived to bolster the marketing effort of Computer land. The education component was incidental to the main undertaking of distributorship.

AMAICS was housed at the second floor of David building along Shaw Boulevard. Six-apple computer were initially used and eight trainees were taken in for its EDP courses. The courses increased awareness of the application of computer technology in every aspect of human endeavor. The outcome has already ensured a steady demand for computer. However, computer awareness was not enough. What started as part of insistent selling strategy must now be viewed as an independent concern. Why train more programmers when there is a need to lay the foundation for indigenous computer science development?

The business venture must take a separate cause. The time to take up education as a separate working agenda has started. Six months after its inception, AMAICS stared offering the Comprehensive Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Program. In its first semester, the institute has thirteen enrollees. Student population continuously rose from a pioneering batch of 13 students to over 10,000 students by school year 1992 – 1993. As enrollment increase, its Board of trustees as AMA Computer College renamed AMAICS. These necessitate the expansion of its physical plant.

To date in addition to the Makati and Quezon City Campuses, the institution has other campuses in the provinces of Cebu and Davao. In keeping with its global mission, the institution has opened two international in Guam and Bangladesh. The Quezon City campus has its own sport facilities and a computer center, which houses the latest – state – of the art equipment. The said campus also houses the elementary and high school departments. The outcome has already ensured a steady demand for computer. However, computer awareness was not enough. What started as part of insistent selling strategy must now be viewed as an independent concern.

Why train more programmers when there is a need to lay the foundation for indigenous computer science development? The business venture must take a separate cause. The time to take up education as a separate working agenda has started. Immediate in the program of action of the institution is the attainment of full university status by the year 1995. Its own sport facilities and a computer center, which houses the latest – state – of the art equipment. The said campus also houses the elementary and high school departments. Immediate in the program of action of the institution is the attainment of full university status by the year 1995.

With the inking of an agreement with the prestigious American League of College and Universities (ALOCU) that has more than 30 affiliate member schools all over the United States, The forward movement continues. AMA Computer College is also an affiliate of the Philippine Computer Society, The Philippine Association for Computer College of Arts and Sciences, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, John F. Kennedy – Japan Campus and the US Chamber of Commerce. DAILY ACTIVITY REPORT Student / Intern: Jose Paolo V. Madrazo Company: AMA Computer College Fairview Department: IT Department Supervisor: Jessar G. Medenilla, MCP,MCSA,CCNA DAILY TASK |DATE |IN |OUT |No. of Hours | | Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 9 |1:00 pm |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 10 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 11 |8:00 am |6:30pm |9 hrs. | | | | | |30 mins. |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 12 |8:30 am |6:00 pm |8 hrs. | | | | | |30 mins. | | |Oct 13 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory | | | | | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 15 |8:00 am |6:30 pm |9 hrs. 0mins | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 16 |1:00 am |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 17 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | | |Oct 18 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware| | | | | |DAILY TASK |DATE |IN |OUT |No. f Hours | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Oct 19 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Oct 20 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Oct 22 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 23 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 24 |9:00 am |6:00 pm |8 hrs. |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Oct 25 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 26 |10:00 am |6:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 27 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 30 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Install Linux in Laboratory |Oct 31 |9:00 am |2:30 pm |4 hrs. 0mins | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 5 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 6 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |DAILY TASK |DATE |IN |OUT |No. of Hours | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 7 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 8 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 9 |12:00 pm |6:00 pm |5 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 10 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 12 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 13 |12:00 am |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 14 |9:00 am |7:00 pm |9 hrs. |TESDA Tech Support |Nov 15 |12:00 pm |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |TESDA Tech Support |Nov 17 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |TESDA Tech Support |Nov 19 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |TESDA - Tech Support |Nov 20 |7:00 pm |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |TESDA Tech Support |Nov 21 |11:00 pm |8:00 pm |8 hrs. |DAILY TASK |DATE |IN |OUT |No. of Hours | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 22 |10:00 pm |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 23 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 24 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 26 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 27 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 28 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Nov 29 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 1 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 3 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 4 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 5 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |DAILY TASK |DATE |IN |OUT |No. of Hours | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 6 |10:50 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. 10mins | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 7 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 8 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 10 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 11 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 12 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 13 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 14 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 15 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 17 |8:00am |5:00pm |8hrs. | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 18 |8:00am |7:00pm |10hrs | |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Dec 19 |8:00am |12:00pm |4hrs. |Clone PC’s in Laboratory |Dec 20 |8:00am |5:00pm |8hrs. | |Clone PC’s in LaboratorySchool Server and Network Maintenance|Dec 21 |11:00am |8:00pm |. 8hrs. | |– Software and Hardware | | | | | |School Server and Network Maintenance – Software and Hardware|Dec 26 |2:00pm |3:00pm |1hr. | Total No. of Hours: 487 hours Approved by:_________________________ Signature over Printed Name

Position:_________________________ Date:________________________ TRAINING PLAN OUTLINE |Place of Training |Bristol St. corner Regalado Ave. , Fairview Quezon City, | | |Philippines | |Duration of Training & Proposed Date |October 8, 2012 – Decmber 21, 2012 | |Days & Time |Flexible Schedule | |No.

Of Hours to Finish |486 hours | |Field of Training |Information Technology Department | |Title |AMACC Intern | 1. Over all Program Objective The purpose of the program is to familiarize the student – trainee with the details of working in an actual workplace and acquire the required skills. . Explain Why On-the-Job Training is necessary On-the-Job Training is necessary to enable the student to have an idea what is the real background in a professional environment. 3. Describe what specific skills and knowledge the trainee will acquire during the training program, how they will be taught • Various IT responsibilities in a school establishment such as Windows OS, MS Office, Linux, Oracle Installation and maintenance. Hardware troubleshooting and installation. Network and System Administrating such as cabling and server maintenance. 4.

Indicates the areas in which the trainee will receive instruction conjunction with the specific task and responsibilities to be assigned to the trainee in each department AMA Computer College – Fairview 5. Method of Evaluation and Certification On-the-Job Training Evaluation Sheet ON-THE-JOB EVALUATION SHEET PART I. (To be filled up by the students) Name: Jose Paolo V. Madrazo Course: Bachelor of Science in information Technology Year: 2012 School:AMA Computer College – Fairview Company: AMA Computer College – Fairview Period Covered (Inclusive Dates): October 8, 2012 – Decmber 21, 2012 PART II. To be filled up by a representative where the student is deployed) Please check the box coresponding to your rating of the trainee. Rating is as follows: 1 – Outstanding 3 – Average 2 – Above Average4 – Below Average A. ABILITY TO LEARN 4 3 2 1 1. Absorbs instructions easily. 2. Learn new skill fast. 3. Performs under minimum supervision. B. SKILLS / POTENTIAL 4 3 2 1 1. Knowledgeable in basic assigned task. 2. Creative and resourceful: Find a way to get things done. 3. Manages time effectively and productively. 4.

Meets output standards. 5. Delivers output on time. C. DISCIPLINE AND WORK ATTITUDE 4 3 2 1 1. Shows positive disposition towards work and people. 2. Follows company rules and regulations diligently. 3. Willing to do extra work and extra time to finish given task. 4. Accepts suggestions for improvement objectively. 5. Positve and respectful towards superior and peers. 6. Participate in and contributes to team activities and goals. D. ATTENDANCE 4 3 2 1 1. Reports regularly and on time. 2. Notifies superior of change in schedule r absences in case of emergency. Recommendations/Comments: Rated by: (Signature over printed name) Position: Date: DAILY TIME RECORD Practicumer: Ronald Allan N. Umali Company:AMA Computer College – Fairview Campus |DATE |IN |OUT |No. of Hours | |Oct 9 |1:00 pm |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Oct 10 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Oct 11 |8:00 am |6:30pm |9 hrs. | | | |30 mins. | |Oct 12 |8:30 am |6:00 pm |8 hrs. | | | | |30 mins. | |Oct 13 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Oct 15 |8:00 am |6:30 pm |9 hrs. 30mins | |Oct 16 |1:00 am |8:00 pm |7 hrs. |Oct 17 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Oct 18 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. | |Oct 19 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Oct 20 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Oct 22 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Oct 23 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Oct 24 |9:00 am |6:00 pm |8 hrs. |Oct 25 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Oct 26 |10:00 am |6:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Oct 27 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Oct 30 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Oct 31 |9:00 am |2:30 pm |4 hrs. 30mins | |Nov 5 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. |Nov 6 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Nov 7 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Nov 8 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Nov 9 |12:00 pm |6:00 pm |5 hrs. | |Nov 10 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Nov 12 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Nov 13 |12:00 am |8:00 pm |7 hrs. |Nov 14 |9:00 am |7:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Nov 15 |12:00 pm |8:00 pm |7 hrs. | |Nov 17 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Nov 19 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Nov 20 |7:00 pm |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Nov 21 |11:00 pm |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Nov 22 |10:00 pm |8:00 pm |9 hrs. |Nov 23 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Nov 24 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Nov 26 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Nov 27 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Nov 28 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Nov 29 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. |Dec 1 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Dec 3 |8:00 am |7:00 pm |10 hrs. | |Dec 4 |10:00 am |8:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Dec 5 |8:00 am |8:00 pm |11 hrs. | |Dec 6 |10:50 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. 10mins | |Dec 7 |8:00 am |5:00 pm |8 hrs. |Dec 8 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4 hrs. | |Dec 10 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. | |Dec 11 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Dec 12 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Dec 13 |11:00 am |8:00 pm |8 hrs. | |Dec 14 |8:00 am |6:00 pm |9 hrs. |Dec 15 |8:00 am |12:00 pm |4hrs. | |Dec 17 |8:00 am |5:00pm |8hrs. | |Dec 18 |8:00 am |7:00pm |10hrs | |Dec 19 |8:00 am |12:00pm |4hrs | |Dec 20 |11:00am |8:00pm |8hrs | |Dec 21 |2:00pm |3:00pm |8hrs.. Total No. of Hours: Approved by:_________________________ Signature over Printed Name Position:_________________________ Date:_________________________ CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION December 21, 2012 C E R T I F I C A T I O N This is to certify that, Mr. Jose Paolo V Madrazo from AMA Computer College Fairview Campus has completed 486 hours of his “On The Job Training” at the AMA Computer College FAIRVIEW campus IT Department, AMA Bldg.

The Training, based on its objectives, uplifted his knowledge in Computer Hardware Troubleshooting, System Analysis, Hard Disk Management, Preventive Maintenance, Local Area Networking, HUB/SWITCH Setup, Structured Cabling, Configuration of Group Policy Editor (Windows 98, 2000, XP Professional), Anti-Virus Configuration, Field Servicing and exposed them to the latest computer trends and technology. This certification is being issued for whatever legal purpose it may serve. Jessar G. Medenilla, MCP,MCSA,CCNA Network Supervisor AMACC – IT Department PICTORIALS

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