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ALCU COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION SURVEY FORM

AREA V: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPLOYABILITY

Name of Institution: ____________________________________________________

Location: _____________________________________________________________

College Focused in this Survey: __________________________________________

SUMMARY OF RATINGS
NUMERICAL DESCRIPTIVE
SUB-AREAS RATING RATING
A. Involvement of Industry in Curriculum
Development and Planning
B. Involvement of Practitioners in the Teaching
Process
C. On-the-Job-Training
D. Resources Sharing Between School and Industry
E. LCU-LGU Industry Partnership for Job Placement
and Employment
F. Continuous Search for Industry Partners
G. Entrepreneurship
TOTAL:
AREA MEAN/ RATING:

Analysis Done By: Evaluation Done By:

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Date Completed: Date Completed:

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EVALUATIVE CRITERIA

The involvement of the industry in curriculum development and planning is


important in the employability of the graduates. Course offerings should be relevant to
the needs of the industry. Practitioners should be involved in the teaching process in
the same way practicum students are handled by professionals competent in their
respective fields.

A./B. Involvement of Industry in Curriculum Development and Planning


/Practitioners in the Teaching Process.

Practitioners in different fields should be involved in curriculum development and


planning as well as in the teaching process to make the curriculum relevant to the
needs of the time.

B./C. On-the-Job-Training

The college and the partner training institutions should have a good working
relationship to assure success of the training program.

D. Resource Sharing Between School and Industry

Facilities and equipment should be shared between the school and industry.

E. LCU-LGU Industry Partnership for Job Placement and Employment

There is a need for an office to coordinate this activity and help graduates identify
possible employment opportunities in coordination with LGU agencies.

F. Continuous/Employer Project Coordinator

There is a need for continuous search for industry partner for on-the-job training
of the students and future placement of graduates.

G. Entrepreneurship

Students are to be entrepreneurially motivated, thus, the infusion of


Entrepreneurship courses across disciplines. It aims to prepar and enhance students’
entrepreneurial capabilities to produce graduates who are knowledgeable in identifying
opportunities, developing and preparing business plans and actually starting and
managing a business.

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RATING SYSTEM

Numerical Descriptive Evaluation


Evaluation
5 Excellent (E): Full compliance to the criterion with substantial
number of good practices serving as model for others
4 Very Good (VG): Full compliance to the criterion which
demonstrates good practices
3 Good (G): Compliance to the criterion
2 Fair (F): Minimal compliance to the criterion needing
improvement
1 Poor(P): Very minimal compliance to the criterion needing much
improvement to overcome weaknesses
0 No Provision (NP): Missing but must be included

RATING SYSTEM

The rating system is based on a numerical evaluation of 0-5 points with 5 points
as the highest rating, 1 is the lowest rating and 0 if there is no provision/ none existence
of the specified item/s in the institution/ program being evaluated.

Apart from numerical evaluation there are also descriptive evaluation that
indicates the provision, conditions or characteristics found in good colleges/programs.
Not all of them, however, may be specifically necessary, or even applicable in every
college. While a college may lack some of the items listed, it may have other
compensating features. The descriptive evaluation is intended to provide the factual
bases for a fair evaluation of the different aspects of the school’s instructional program.
This survey instrument makes use of a Likert scale for facility of understanding and
administration.

The computation of ratings in every area are as follows; the accreditor will give a
rating ranging from 0-5 in every item/ criteria/standard. The ratings at each
item/criteria/standards under Input, Process and Outcome are totaled. The sum is
divided by the number of items summed up in order to get the Inputs Mean, Process
Mean and Outcome Mean. The Inputs Mean is multiplied by 20%, the Process Mean is
multiplied by 30% and the Outcomes Mean is multiplied by 50%. The sum total of all the
product of the Inputs Mean, Process Mean and Outcomes Mean is the final rating in a
sub-area. The total of all the Sub-area ratings divided by the number of Sub-areas is the
Area Final Rating.

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I. COMMENTS
A. BEST PRACTICES

In the space provided, list briefly the technique, method, or process being
practiced by the institution/college in a particular program/area, that through experience
or research has been proven the most efficient and effective way to accomplish desired
result that is often used for benchmarking.

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B. OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT

In the space provided, list briefly any remark concerning matters not sufficiently
treated which needs to be taken into consideration for the improvement in the overall
performance of the institution/ program.

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II. RECOMMENDATIONS

In the space provided, indicate suggestions or proposed changes or plans as to


the best course of action to further improve the area/s found deficient.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPLOYABILITY

IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

A. INVOLVEMENT OF INDUSTRY IN CURRICULUM


DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING

INPUTS:
1. The institution has partners with business and industry in
Curriculum Development.

2. Courses are outcomes-based as shown in the enhanced


curriculum and syllabi

3. Colleges have regular employment scanning as shown in


the tracer scanning, career guidance programs and job fair.

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The University/College Council examines the curricula,
prior to approval.

2. The institutions consult with business and industry partners


in curriculum development.

College, Industry Experts, and Target employees


collaboratively define outcomes-based standards.
The Academic Advisory Committee approves course
offerings and the outcomes-based curriculum.

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOMES:
1. Market-driven curricula as shown in the following
a. industry/employer feedback as evidenced by the
following documents:

i) Tracer questionnaire;

ii) Outputs in forum;

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iii) Employability checklist suggested by industry;

iv) Feasibility study; and

v) Tracer study results.

b) Advertising

c) survey

2. Hands-on opportunities for learners

3. Strong partnership approach

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

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IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN
B. INVOLVEMENT OF PRACTITIONERS IN THE
TEACHING PROCESS

INPUTS
There is a system for involving industry practitioners
through Memorandum of Agreement/ Memorandum of
Understanding.
1
2. The institution has a competitive salary rate for industry
practitioner

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The institution engages practitioners, who possess
combination of educational qualifications and extensive
industry related experiences, to teach

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOMES:
1. Qualified practitioners as faculty members

2. Valued training investment

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

C. ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

INPUTS
1. There are professionals handling students under
practicum/ OJT.

2. There are training staff.

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3. There is collaboration of training offices and professional
staff.

4. Theoretical knowledge in professional subjects are


required of the students.

5. There is a tie-up between theoretical knowledge and the


practical training program which considers all areas of the
course.

6. The partner training institution has a Training Program.

7. The industry partners have training programs organized in


consonance with the objectives of the program of studies.

8. There is a monitoring system in the institution to ascertain


achievement of learning outcomes.

9. There is working relationship and communication between


and among the coordinator, students and personnel of the
partner training institution.

10. There is communication between the Training Officer of the


institution or its equivalent and the Training Coordinator of
the partner institution.

11. There are safeguards in the practicum sites to protect the


welfare of the trainees.

12. There is a pre-practicum orientation for students.

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The institution reviews, monitors and evaluates training
program for students: practicum/OJT

2. Industry partners are tapped as training officers for the


training program.

3. The institution monitors the performance of OJT/Practicum


students.

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4. There is execution of MOA/MOU between the institution
and Industry partners.

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOMES:
1. Adequate and effective training program

2. Hands-on exposure of students

3. Job-ready students

4. Extensive OJT Program

5. Experiential learning and skills acquisition opportunities

6. Enriched and relevant curriculum

7. MOA/ MOU is achieved

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

D. RESOURCE SHARING BETWEEN SCHOOL AND


INDUSTRY

INPUTS
1. There is an office for networking and partnership.

2. The Office is headed by a professionally qualified faculty


member/ administrative employee.

3. There are policies and programs related to networking and


partnership.

4. The resources are owned by LCU/LGU

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5. The resources are owned by LCU/ Industry partner

6. Human Resources sharing are in the form of:


a. Consultancy

b. Speakership

c. Technical Assistance

d. Others, please specify:


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INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The institution established a system of resource sharing.

2. There is a joint venture between the institution, industry


partners and the local government

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOMES:
1. Strong and sustainable partnership

2. Sharing of expertise

3. Benefit-sharing essence partnership

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

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IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

E. LCU-LGU INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP FOR JOB


PLACEMENTAND EMPLOYMENT

INPUTS
1. There are tracer studies per program.

2. There is an Alumni Office involved in monitoring graduates’


progress.

3. There is a Placement Office or its equivalent to assist


graduates.

4. There is an LCU/LGU Industry Employment coordinator or


its equivalent.

5. There is a project coordinator or its equivalent to liaise with


companies/employers.

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The institution reviews, monitors, implements and
evaluates policies on partnership for On-the-Job Training
(OJT).
2. The institution established relationship with Industry
Partners.
PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOME:
1. High placement opportunities
2. Fulfillment of social responsibility for nation-building
3. Corporate social responsibility achieved and realized.
OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

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IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

F. CONTINUOUS SEARCH FOR INDUSTRY PARTNERS

INPUTS
1. There is communication between the institution and
different Industry Partners for On-the-Job Training of the
students.

2. There is a linkage between the institutions and Industry


Partners.

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. The Institution implements a record management system
that ensures data integrity/data privacy, and which can be
referenced either manually and/or with the aid of
automation.

2. The institution adopts a Memorandum of Agreement/


Memorandum of Understanding.

3. The institution maintains a continuous search for industry


partners.

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOME:
1. Organized usage and archival of raw data and
computerized data that support critical operation of the
institution

2. Increased number of industry partners

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating


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IPO IPO
SUB-AREA RATING MEAN

G. ENTREPRENEURSHIP

INPUTS
1. The institution offers six (6) units of entrepreneurship
course.

2. There is an office/center for entrepreneurial services.

3. There are policies and guidelines for entrepreneurship.

4. There are entrepreneurial activities/ events in the program.

INPUTS MEAN
(20%)
PROCESSES:
1. Integrates of entrepreneurship courses in the program
across discipline.

2. The institution plans and implements entrepreneurial


activities/events.

3. Organizes of an Entrepreneurship Center/ Committee

PROCESSES MEAN
(30%)
OUTCOME:
1. Enterprising-minded students.

2. Student Entrepreneurs

3. Start-up a small scale business.

OUTCOMES MEAN
(50%)
BEST PRACTICE/S:
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Sub-Area Evaluation Rating

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Documents, Additional Information and Exhibits
1. Board Resolutions
2. Minutes of Meetings
3. Program of Studies
4. Faculty Profile (matrix type)
5. Industry Profile
6. HRMO Manual
7. Faculty Manual
8. OJT Manual
9. Portfolio
10. Personal Data Sheet of the faculty and personnel
11. Copy of Memorandum OJT Schedule
12. On-the-Job Training (OJT) forms
13. Memorandum of Agreement/Memorandum of Understanding (MOA/MOU) with
industry partners
14. Memorandum of Agreement/Memorandum of Understanding (MOA/MOU) with
local government
15. Regular Consultations/ emails
16. Meetings and Reports
17. Waiver Letter of Endorsement
18. Insurance
19. Orientation
20. Regular Consultation
21. OJT Manual Undertaking
22. On-the-job Training (OJT) program, OJT Curriculum/ Syllabi
23. Orientation Program
24. Attendance
25. Seminars
26. Workshops
27. Field Trips
28. List of facilities with pictures and activities
29. Programs and Site Visitations
30. Photos / Videos
31. Request letters
32. Emails
33. List of facilities with photos
34. Sharing of expertise
35. Updated Tracer Studies
36. Newsletter
37. Alumni Homecoming Activities
38. Alumni Profile / Updated Directory
39. Registration Form
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40. List of Alumni Officers and Members
41. Documents from the Office of Student Affairs (OSA)
42. Career placement programs
43. Counseling and guidance
44. Letter of invitation from industry like Placement Employment and Service Office
(PESO)
45. Communication letters
46. Certificate of Appearance
47. Signed Agreement
48. Course Program
49. Course Syllabi
50. Project Proposals
51. Programs
52. Financial Statements
53. Project Launching
54. Designation approved by the BOR/BOT
55. Memorandum of Agreement / Memorandum of Understanding (MOA/MOU) with
industry
56. Outcomes-based defined standards
57. Minutes of meetings
58. Circular Memorandum Order (CMO)
59. Outcomes-based Education (OBE) curriculum
60. Updated Tracer Studies
61. Project Proposals, photos, programs of entrepreneurial activities or project
launching

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