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    I INTRODUCTION On-Job Training (OJT) is normally included as part of the New Hire Training, post completion of Classroom / Buddy Training. In most businesses / accounts (back-office business) in Wipro BPO, an OJT program exists but not in a structured form. In most cases it does not factor in / include all the critical components to help make a new hire successful at the start of their Job. This document helps in identifying the key ingredients for an OJT program which will help shorten the

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    Acknowledgement • Dedication I. INTRODUCTION a. Objectives of OJT b. Industrial Linkages & Coordination Office (Philosophy, Mission & Goals) II. The Training Agency / Company Profile a. Company Philosophy (Mission, Vision, Goals & Mandate) b. History (Company Background) III. Company Organization a. Organizational Structure b. Profiles of the Company c. Function of the Company IV. Experience Evaluation a. OJT Experience b. Insights Problems Encountered Suggestions & Recommendation

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    think we have complied with relevant laws and regulations of NRBSL and avoided any action that discredits us from our internship.  Enthusiasm On my training session, I have given more importance on it. At first, I thought that it’s not easy to take OJT because there are lots of tasks and activities to be assigned and performed. But in enthusiastic way, “Even if you are tired, don;t stop on your work, stop when you’re done”, and that’s really true to become Productive.  Politeness We should respect

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    Part I INTRODUCTION What is OJT? OJT or the on the job training is one of the training process where training is given to someone new to a system similar to the real job.On-the job training is an important way in which people acquire relevant knowledge and skills at work. It is important to make the distinction between training and learning – this is critical to the effective design and delivery of training in organisations. In a sense therefore, more interested in promoting

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    Ojt Compilation

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    On-The-Job-Training At Department of Foreign Affairs Regional Consular Office XII - General Santos City CSCI70- CS Practicum Report In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Of AMA Computer College J. P. Laurel North, General Santos City Submitted by: Sheila G. Tampos Submitted to: Mrs. Lucille May C. Sario June 02, 2011 Table of Contents Chapter I Company’s Profile * Historical Background

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    NARRATIVE REPORT FOR OJT SUBMITTED BY: DOC JEFFREY M. SIRIOS 4th YEAR BSCS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The trainee would like to thank all people who have helped and inspired me during my on-the-job training. To the Lord Almighty for the wealth and vitality and for enlightens me to pursue my study. The trainee would like to thank his parents Joan Sirios and Noel Edgardo Sirios for their guidance, concern and understanding and love and care that strongly encourage him in the fulfillment of the desired

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    Narrative Report Ojt

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    of Tables 6. List of Figures 7. List of Appendices B. The Text 1. Introduction * Should start with an introductory or opening paragraph that will give the reader a background on the significance of the OJT, its objectives and the place where the OJT was conducted. * Significance of the On-the-Job Training * Discusses the reasons why conduct the training * Tries to answer the following questions: 1. Why is there a need to conduct the training?

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    What are some strengths and weaknesses of OJT? Strengths of OJT, it is very cost effective and a gives a much better overall experience about the positon and the working environment. It saves lots of time as the work is done more efficiently. Weaknesses are that the trainee needs to be very proficient

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    ojt sample

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    On- the-job training is one method by which a student is given a chance to apply the theories and computations that they have learned from school. It also helps the students to acquire relevant knowledge and skills b7y performing actual work setting. Which in effect, the workplace becomes a development venue for a student trainee to learn more about her or he’s chosen field and practice what was learned from school. What is it in the deal world of industry, to feel how the employees feel on work

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    Implementation Phase For the implementation phase of this we will have classroom training and On the Job Training (OJT) to deliver the new training to the officers within the BUD/S class. The first class will target mission planning, teaching the officers how to use the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) and the Observe Orient Decide Action (OODA) Loop process of thinking. After the classes we will have the officers develop the dive operations planning and build the brief that will be presented

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