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Republic of the Philippines

LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY

Sta. Cruz Main Campus

Sta. Cruz, Laguna





A NARRATIVE REPORT

Presented to the faculty of

College of Hospitality Management and Tourism

LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY





In Partial Fulfillment

Of the requirements for the course

Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Management





Submitted to:

MARIA RELLIE B. KALACAS OJT Coordinator



Submitted by:

MICAH A. URRIZA Student Trainee



2011 – 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE …………………………………………………… i

APPROVAL SHEET …………………………………………… ii

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION …………………………… iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ………………………………………. iv

DEDICATION …………………………………………………… v

HISTORY OF LSPU …………………………………………… vi

LSPU VISION AND MISSION …………………………………… vii



PART I

INTRODUCTION

What is OJT? …………………………………… 1

Advantages and Disadvantages of OJT …………… 2

Elements of OJT …………………………………… 3

History of the Establishment …………………… 4

Logo of the Establishment .............................. 5

Vision and Mission of the Establishment …… 6



PART II

NARRATION OF EXPERIENCE

OJT Experience ……………………………………

CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT



PART III

CONCLUSION

CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT ……………………

PART IV

RECOMMENDATION

CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT ……………………



PART V

APPENDICES

Appendix A: Copy Letter of Recommendation

Appendix B: Acceptance Form

Appendix C: OJT Agreement

Appendix D: Performance Rating

Appendix E: Pictures with Caption

Appendix F: Evaluation Form

Appendix G: Sample…...

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