My Ojt in Vessel

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My On-the-Job Training and Tour Experience
The aura that day (Oct.13,2013) was kind of different because that was the last day of our On-the-Job training at St. Leo the Great of 2GO Travel. We’re all in proper OJT uniform that day. Although we do the things that we usually do whenever we we’re at school, it makes us somewhat feel diverse while working. That was our last shot to work as an OJT or should I say as part of 2GO Travel. We devote our time that day for finishing all our tasks given to us by our most respected Trainers Ma’am Mitch and Sir Butch.
While working, we took a lot of pictures with all of the staffs of the vessel. Every department that we enter, we assure that we’ll going to took pictures for remembrance. We also had pictures and videos during our resting and break times.
I can say, I’m happy and fulfilled, being a part of 2GO Travel. I could probably say that I really learned a lot of things there, and I can also say learning is not just seen in the four corners of the room. From the moment I set my feet on that place, I know I will be facing different challenges on being a part of this company but at the same time I know I will learn new things regarding the possible work that I will be doing in the company. Sometimes my co-OJT’s feel pressured and exhausted after a whole day work but whenever we see that our tasks we’re fulfilled, it makes us really happy and proud of ourselves because it’s our work, our own. We learned how to focus and be serious in working as we consider ourselves as a real employee in that company.
The whole OJT Experience was really a great memory to remember. All the working days, overtime nights, day, lunch, dinner, awkward moments, especially the yosi moments and all the memorable days of our On-the-Job Training at 2GO Travel will be a very significant moments to remember in my college life. Sa-Rap!! (Saya at Hirap!…...

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