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Samahang Magsasaka, Inc. (SMI) in 1910 to destroy the monopoly of the palay threshing business in the town of Cabanatuan. It was a civic-minded business organization composed of 96 members with a capital start of P10, 000.00

On March 8, 1919, by virtue of the enabling act of the legislature, SMI was granted a franchise to install, operate, and maintain an electric, light, heat and power system in the town of Cabanatuan. Thus, the company embarked on a business that provides the beginning of many long years of difficulties and successes to the administration of SMI. When the term of this first franchise expired in 1960, SMI applied for a franchise renewal. On June 19, 1961, the Congress of the Philippines by virtue of Republic Act No. 3118 approved the second franchise for another 50 years. Under the provisions of this Act, SMI has the sole and legal right to distribute and generate electricity in the City of Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija until the year 2011. In 1988, the corporate name SMI was changed to Cabanatuan Electric Corporation (CELCOR) to fully reflect the firms nature of business. As of 1992, it belonged to the top 2,000 Corporations in the Philippines, ranking 1,020, in the terms of gross revenues. On June 17, 2008, the Securities and Exchanged Commission (SEC) approved CELCORs application for extension of corporate for another 50 years, or until December 23, 2058. Subsequently, CELCORs extension and renewal of franchise for another twenty-five (25) years was granted under RA 9968 which lapsed into law on February 6, 2010. The corporation has 584 stockholders with a total of 29,979,550 paid-up shares as of February, 2011. It distributes electric power to more than 57,000 households in

Cabanatuan City in all of the 98 barangays covered by the franchised area. As of December 2010, total assets stood at P1, 149,716,058.73. In 2010, CELCOR celebrated its centennial year joining MERALCO, San Miguel Corporation, and other companies that have been an integral part in the development and rapid progress of their respective area in their chosen field of operation. CELCOR was awarded by the BIR for its invaluable contribution of the task of nation building. It received Certificate of Recognition as One of the Top Corporate Taxpayers of the region in 2005, Top Revenue District Office No. 23B, Region IV, and Top Revenue District Taxpayer (Corporate Taxpayer Category). Electric Operation consist of two (2) shifts, providing on duty servicemen and radio operators who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet the needs of the customers. Our service crew is composed of 50 electricians and lineman. In addition, 28 radio-equipped services vehicles and a computerized radio and telephone room complement our crew to offer top-quality power servicing. CELCORs main offices are located at Maharlika Highway, Barangay Bitas, Cabanatuan City. Collection Offices, provided with queuing system, are strategically located at its commercial building in Burgos Avenue and at the main office in Bitas, Cabanatuan City. The corporation has also different payment centers at the following commercial banks: United Coconut Planters Bank, Producers Bank, Planters Bank, GM Bank, and Bangko de Oro. The offices in Bitas are open nine (9) hours a day, five and half days a week. Our 24-hour phone numbers are 463-3974, 463-0505, 463-0811, 4641797, 600-2414 and 463-0408. All of which are constantly manned by radio/telephone operators who can efficiently transmit all the servicing requirements of the companys consumers to the service crews.


We are a company engaged in the generation, distribution and transmission of electricity. Attuned to the needs of the customers, our primary purpose is to provide excellent, reliable service at a reasonable and affordable rate. We commit to create proactive innovation and continuously improve the companys networks, ancillary facilities and business processes, in anticipation of the increasing needs of our customers. We commit to a fair return of our shareholders equity, ensuring the companys long term sustainability and profitability so as to provide our employees with above the industry remuneration packages. We will promote the professional growth of our employees wirh opportunities that will hone their skills and through purposive Human Resources Development programs. As part of our corporate social responsibility, we will support community relations program, adhere to the government-imposed rules and regulations, and maintain a healthy and environmentally safe company and community. As we commit to direct our efforts and resources to attain our corporate mission, we shall by heart with the help of the Almighty God adhere to and be guided by the value of professionalism, honesty, teamwork, fairness and above all, services excellence.


We envision CELCOR to be the first choice in providing energy to its customers in the countryside. Our challenge is to provide adequate power supply and support the governments development plans in the region through the creation of new markets and diversification of distribution networks and electricity-generating facilities using environment-friendly and indigenous alternative sources power. Our responsibility is to constantly exceed customers expectations by installing state-ofthe-art technology, continuously improving our operations and maintenance programs, implementing a research and development programs and conducting periodic review of long term plans. Our organization adopts a learn structure, with well-defined roles and responsibilities and a customer-driven system that facilitates our delivery of fast and efficient service. Our people are professionally competent, self- propelled, and results-oriented individuals who espouse teamwork and total quality management principles which instill pride and loyalty to the company. Our leaders are role models and empowering visionaries who inspire people to excel. They are reliable and supportive, practicing a participative leadership style in decision making. Our Culture shall be characterized by our living of the corporate core values, abiding by our social responsibility, and adherence to continuous improvement as a way of life.

Despite of the many efforts, trials and hardships exerted during my training, I would like to dedicate all my accomplishments and success to our Almighty God for this many blessings showered upon me, to my loving parents for their moral and financial supports, To EDS department in CELCOR (Cabanatuan Electric Corporation) for giving me the chance to share and dedicate my ideas and learning I earned in school, To Community College of the Philippines Foundation as my very foundation in molding my abilities and knowledge, to my co-trainees who became part of my daily activities in my on-the-job training, to my classmates and friends who were always there to gave me their comporting words and advises to work hard and better.

My success couldnt turn into reality without this following person who with all their help to me in different ways. Above all, to our Almighty God for all His unending blessings and guidance He showered upon me for the past, for today, and for the future. To the Human Resources Development in Cabanatuan Electric Corporation (CELCOR) for their support and for the permission to render my OJT to their respective offices. To Maam Leah Paulene Escuadro, our OJT adviser, for their unending support and advises during many trials when I had my Local and National On-the-Job Training. Most especially to my beloved parents whom with all their best faces, the hardship of working hard just for me to educate, this example of my success is a great chance that I will step the victory of my life. We should keep up the good work and there after when I should be pursuing my respective endeavor profession and occupation in the year ahead. To all my co-trainees for they became my inspirations in order to strive and pursue with my training.

Jenny De Belen Friginal

#.355 Purok 5 Obrero Cab. City Contact #: 09056246888

Objectives: Acquire new knowledge and skills required in the practice of their profession Summary of Qualifications: English Proficient Flexible and Fast Learner Proficient in Microsoft Office Membership and Organization: Certified Computer Expert Organization (CCEO) Community College of the Philippines Foundation Cabanatuan City June-October 2011 Trainings and Seminars Attended: Computer Reformatting and OS Installation Community College of the Philippines Foundation Cabanatuan City June 8, 2011 Other Skills: Dancing Singing

Educational Background:

Tertiary: Computer System Design and Programming Community College of the Philippines Foundation Old CIC building Del Pilar St. Cabanatuan City 2010 to Present Secondary: Cesar E. Vergara Memorial High School Lagare Cabanatuan City 2006-2010 Primary: Obrero Elementary School Obrero Cabanatuan City 2000-2006 Personal Information: Birth Date: July 7, 1994 Place of Birth: Conception St, Aduas Norte Age: 17 Nationality: Filipino Religion: Roman Catholic Height: 55 Weight: 50 kls. Gender: Female Civil Status: Single Fathers Name: Mr. Benjamin D. Friginal Mothers Name: Mrs. Marites B. Friginal

Address: Obrero Cabanatuan City Person to be notify in case of emergency: Mrs. Rita De Belen Contact No. 09056246888

Character Reference: Mr. Joseph Lynart Briones CCPF Instructor Aduas Centro Cab.City 091727777948 Mr. Ricardo A. Mercado CCPF Instructor Villa Luz Cab.City 09494368547 Mrs. Leah Paulene V. Escuadro CCPF Instructor Kapt. Pepe Subv. 09162620620 I hereby certified that all information above is true and correct

Ms. Jenny B. Friginal (Applicant)

Cabanatuan Electric Corporation (CELCOR) is one of the biggest companies here in Cabanatuan City. And I, As an OJT (On the Job Training) I choose this company to enhance my personality especially in computer such as encoding, making map in AutoCAD. Based on my observation in all employees in CELCOR their skills are good, entertaining the customers in good and proper way of respect, provided service excellent, reliable service and affordable rate of electricity, more responsible to the needs of the customers. Faster action when their customers needs. And their facilities are airconditions and good.


When my first day in my OJT in CELCOR. I feel super nervous because I dont know what I am doing then when I meet my boss I am feel shy and nervous again, Then after he help and teach me what will I am doing, then my first work I will do is Encoding the name of Consumers and their Location in G.I.S Map of Cabanatuan. And the next days me and my boss with my co-OJT where having a field which were going to the house of the Consumers then asking what is the name written in the Electric Meter in their house. And the next other days I know now what will I do that my everyday works experience. Then but the hard part o my OJT in CELCOR even if sometimes its hard to walk over the sun I am enjoy because I have an experience on that.


On the job training (OJT) is job training that occurs in the work place. The new employee learns the job while doing the job and while earning his or her pay check. On the job training is also called hands on training. On the job training has many advantages, but it can also have a few disadvantages if the OJT is not properly planned and executed. The goal of the OJT program is to place participants in occupations that will enhance their prospects for long-term employment and will ultimately permit them to become self-sufficient. OJT involves the acquisition of specific skills and employment competencies, through exposure in an actual work setting, to the processes, work tasks, tools and methods of a specific job or group of jobs. It is the responsibility of supervisors and managers to utilize available resources to train, qualify, and develop their employees. On-the-job training (OJT) is one of the best training methods because it is planned, organized, and conducted at the employee's worksite. OJT will generally be the primary method used for broadening employee skills and increasing productivity. It is particularly appropriate for developing proficiency skills unique to an employee's job - especially jobs that are relatively easy to learn and require locally-owned equipment and facilities. One major drawback of on the job training can be finding the right time for it. The person responsible for giving and evaluating the training has to be sure that his or her other job responsibilities are being met. Another disadvantage of OJT is that it can be difficult to find the right person to conduct it. The person doing the training must have the knowledge and skills with the same equipment that the learner will be working with. Care must also be given not to pass on sloppy work habits or unintentionally teach irrelevant or inefficient work methods to the new worker/learner.

If these disadvantages are eliminated, however, on the job training can be beneficial for both the company and the new employee. OJT can be cost-effective for the business since a separate training program isn't required and the training is part of the actual work shifts. No extra equipment is needed as the new worker learns on the equipment needed for the job anyway. On the job training often works out really well for the new employee since traditional training periods tend to have a training allowance that may be lower than the regular pay scale for the job

In this chapter, the student trainee shares the insights toward how the on-the-job training incorporated to the Computer System Design and programming offered by the Community College of the Philippines Foundation will be enhanced, alternative solutions to have a better company management and advice to the upcoming student-trainees who will conduct work site training at the same company. The company created a good service to their clients and gave the best training for the students. The students must have a good company that would give them a good training ground and would enhance their knowledge and capabilities. The Professional Regulation Commissions is a good training ground for all outgoing trainees. The employees of the company treated the trainee as their co-workers. The company can give the trainee a good experience and additional knowledge and skills of how to be an employee in a government agency like Professional Regulation Commission

Working or rendering a service to Engineering Department office in CELCOR is a great experience which you can be proud of because as we all know, it is one of the biggest companies in Cabanatuan City. All the supplementary knowledge and every sole piece of ideas and thoughts gained on my On-the-job training are fruits of my endurance, perseverance, industry, and focal intention to finish my education. Despite of many trials and hard works that I experience in every minute during my training, I realized that OJT really did good influence and learning for future life. Simply say without it, my future work someday is boneless, no foundation or background at all. To be more elaborative, I know now the basic aspect of what and how to do or what and how people do such things inside the office.

Jenny B. Friginal
#.355 Purok 5 Brgy. Obrero Cabanatuan City Mobile: 09056246888

January 22, 2010 Ms. Arlyn O. Pangatungan HR Manager Cabanatuan Electric Corporation (CELCOR) Bitas Maharlika highway, Cabanatuan City Dear Madam: I am a second year Computer System Design and Programming (CSDP) student of Community Colleges of the Philippines Foundation (CCPF). In partial fulfillment of the requirements of this degree, I am required to have an On-the-job Training (OJT) for a minimum of 300 hours. I would like to apply as a trainee in your company because I believe that the training and experience I will acquire will broaden my knowledge about my course. Thank you for any consideration that you may give to this letter of application.

Sincerely, Jenny B. Friginal Enclosure

CABANATUAN ELECTRIC CORPORATION Cabanatuan City Jenny B. Friginal Name For the month of: Day 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 25 26 28 Arrival A.M 7:57 7:55 7:55 7:51 7:50 7:50 1:00 7:50 7:55 7:45 8:00 7:40 7:35 7:57 12:20 5:00 12:00 5:00 12:00 5:00 November 2011 Arrival P.M Departure P.M 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 6:00 5:00 5:00

Departure A.M

12:00 1:00 1:00

I certify on my honor that the above is true and correct report of the work performed record of which was made daily at time office.

OJT Student Verified as to prescribed office hours


CABANATUAN ELECTRIC CORPORATION Cabanatuan City Jenny B. Friginal Name For the month of: Day 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 27 Arrival A.M 7:36 7:45 7:54 7:50 7:39 7:36 7:30 October 2011 Arrival P.M 12:00 Departure P.M 5:00

Departure A.M 12:00 12:00 12:00

5:04 5:05 5:00 5:00

I certify on my honor that the above is true and correct report of the work performed record of which was made daily at time office.

OJT Student Verified as to prescribed office hours


CABANATUAN ELECTRIC CORPORATION Cabanatuan City Jenny B. Friginal Name For the month of: Day 2 3 5 7 9 10 12 15 16 Arrival A.M 7:50 7:44 7:44 8:00 7:55 8:00 8:00 7:50 8:00 December 2011 Departure P.M 5:00 5:00 5:00 12:00 12:00 5:00 12:00 5:00

Departure A.M 12:00

Arrival P.M

I certify on my honor that the above is true and correct report of the work performed record of which was made daily at time office.

OJT Student Verified as to prescribed office hours