Supervised Industrial Training

 

Supervised Industrial Training 

 In addition to the academic requirements of all courses, an industrial component phase is built into the Supervised Industrial Training at the industry partners of the University locally, nationally, and abroad for the students-trainees from first year to third year level to provide them the needed industrial experiences so that they can gain the necessary knowledge, skills and work attitudes consistent with the requirements of the industries.  The Supervised Industrial Training activities include industrial cadetship and orientation, sensitive skills training, problem-solving and decision-making for the students. In line with this, the Industrial Relations and Job Placement Office, responsible for the Training, finds suitable partner companies and facilitates campus, and on-the-job training recruitment where graduates can work and the students can be exposed to different industries related to their respective courses.  

                         

The Supervised Industrial Training  1 and 2, and 3 programs  require  six (6) weeks each  or an equivalent of 2.5 units for  students-trainees  who have satisfactorily complied  with all the first and second year academic requirements,  respectively. The Supervised Industrial Training 3 for the third year level requires 20 weeks or an equivalent of 10 units after complying with the two stages, Supervised Industrial Training  1 and 2 of the  Training phase.