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INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES
The course supports students embarking on their first applied practicum course in
preparation for professional work as business practitioners. Their primary instructional
strategies used are self-directed learning, self- assessment, peer teaching and reflective
practice. These concepts are woven together using sound instructional design methodology.
The course is framed around carefully considered course goals and specific, achievable
learning outcomes that focus on the higher-level learning competencies.
One (1) unit is equivalent to (Number of hours of internship).
Requirements:
Journal of internship experiences submitted on a regular basis
Reflections on the practicum experience submitted on a periodic basis
Performance evaluations
Terminal report
Suggested terminal report outline:
I. Introduction
II. The Establishment
A. Background/History
B. Goals and Objectives
1. Organizational Goals
2. Lines of Authority
III. Practicum Experience
A. Duties and Responsibilities
1. Description of the student’s job: nature, functions, qualification requirements
2. Schedule of Activities
3. Procedure and forms/records used in the performance of duties
4. Working relationship with other workers
5. Assignment and rotation of duties among personnel
B. Supervision Over Student-trainees
1. Standard of work required: speed, accuracy. Thoroughness, originality,
quantitative and qualitative measures
2. Methods of checking the trainee’s performance
3. Rewards and Punishments
4. Self-supervision: work done or possibilities explored to improve the
execution of assigned duties
IV. Evaluation and Assessment
A. Achievement of Organizational Goals and Objectives
1. How does the establishment operate to achieve these?
2. Are existing policies in line with the goals and objectives?
3. Are policies and rules actually being followed? (policies vs. actual
practice)
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B. Management Philosophy Regarding the Workers
1. Working conditions: physical environment; provisions for health and
safety; compensation and fringe benefits; incentives; career
development programs
2. Management style
C. Interpersonal Relationship and the Effects on Productivity (group
behavior, conflicts, informal groups, clique)
D. Assessment of Operations
1. Adequacy and effectiveness of physical facilities and equipment
2. Effectiveness and efficiency of systems and procedures
V. Recommendations
A. Recommendations based on evaluation and assessment
B. Do you recommend this establishment to continue as practicum
venue? Why? (Consider the quality of learning and training)
VI. Appendix
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Course Requirement and Target Output
In order to pass this course, students should be able to:
1. Have at least a grade of 75% in all his/her evaluation by his/her immediate supervisor;
2. Have at least a grade of 75% in all his/her evaluation by his/her Adviser;
3. Submit Journal of practicum experiences and Reflections on the practicum
experience on a periodic basis;
4. Submit Terminal Report; and
5. Attend the “Tribute to Supervisor” as culminating activity.
Course Administration
Mode of Delivery: Lecture and Monitoring of Student Interns
End-Term Grade: 40% Supervisor Evaluation + 30% Periodic Requirements+ 30%
Terminal Report
Conformation of Organization’s Acceptance of Student-Intern
This is to confirm our acceptance of the student-intern:
(Name of Student-Intern)
Business Name:
Address:
Telephone Number:
Evaluator’s Name:
Evaluator’s Position Title:
Evaluator’s Signature:
Date of Acceptance:
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Name of Student:
Name of Establishment:
Inclusive Dates:
Report Period: Prelim
PERIODIC PROGRESS REPORT
Inclusive Dates &
Time
Description of
Activity
Name and Signature of
Supervisor
Submitted to:
Adviser
Date Received:
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STUDENT’S INSIGHTS
Name of Student:
Name of Establishment:
Inclusive Dates:
Report Period:
Submitted to:
Adviser
Date Received:

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INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES The course supports students embarking on their first applied practicum course in preparation for professional work as business practitioners. Their primary instructional strategies used are self-directed learning, self- assessment, peer teaching and reflective practice. These concepts are woven together using sound instructional design methodology. The course is framed around carefully considered course goals and specific, achievable learning outcomes that focus on the higher-level learning competencies. • • • One (1) unit is equivalent to (Number of hours of internship). Requirements: • Journal of internship experiences submitted on a regular basis • Reflections on the practicum experience submitted on a periodic basis • Performance evaluations • Terminal report Suggested terminal report outline: I. Introduction II. The Establishment A. Background/History B. Goals and Objectives 1. Organizational Goals 2. Lines of Authority III. Practicum Experience A. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Description of the student’s job: nature, functions, qualification requirements 2. Schedule of Activities 3. Procedure and forms/records used in the performance of duties 4. Working relationship with other workers 5. Assignment and rotation of duties among personnel B. Supervision Over Student-trainees 1. Standard of work required: speed, accuracy. Thoroughness, originality, quantitative and qualitative measures 2. Methods of checking the trainee’s performance 3. Rewards and Punishments 4. Self-supervision: work done or possibilities explored to improve the execution of assigned duties IV. Evaluation and Assessment A. Achievement of Organizational Goals and Objectives 1. How does the establishment operate to achieve these? 2. Are existing policies in line with the goals and objectives? 3. Are policies and rules actually being followed? (policies vs. actual practice) B. Management Philosophy Regarding the Workers 1. Working conditions: physical environment; provisions for health and safety; compensation and fringe benefits; incentives; career development programs 2. Management style C. Interpersonal Relationship and the Effects on Productivity (group behavior, conflicts, informal groups, clique) D. Assessment of Operations 1. Adequacy and effectiveness of physical facilities and equipment 2. Effectiveness and efficiency of systems and procedures V. Recommendations A. Recommendations based on evaluation and assessment B. Do you recommend this establishment to continue as practicum venue? Why? (Consider the quality of learning and training) VI. Appendix Course Requirement and Target Output In order to pass this course, students should be able to: 1. Have at least a grade of 75% in all his/her evaluation by his/her immediate supervisor; 2. Have at least a grade of 75% in all his/her evaluation by his/her Adviser; 3. Submit Journal of practicum experiences and Reflections on the practicum experience on a periodic basis; 4. Submit Terminal Report; and 5. Attend the “Tribute to Supervisor” as culminating activity. Course Administration Mode of Delivery: Lecture and Monitoring of Student Interns End-Term Grade: 40% Supervisor Evaluation + 30% Periodic Requirements+ 30% Terminal Report Conformation of Organization’s Acceptance of Student-Intern This is to confirm our acceptance of the student-intern: (Name of Student-Intern) Business Name: Address: Telephone Number: Evaluator’s Name: Evaluator’s Position Title: Evaluator’s Signature: Date of Acceptance: Name of Student: Name of Establishment: Inclusive Dates: Report Period: Prelim PERIODIC PROGRESS REPORT Inclusive Dates & Time Description of Activity Submitted to: Duration (hours) Name and Signature of Supervisor Date Received: Adviser STUDENT’S INSIGHTS Name of Student: Name of Establishment: Inclusive Dates: Report Period: Submitted to: Date Received: Adviser Name: Description: ...
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