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Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics
  HANA Corporate Profile

  HANA Vision and Culture

  Cooperative Education Program inclusive
  of Internship Activities

  Employee Activities and the Working Environment
 HANA




Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics



                Mr. Winson Hui
                President & COO
                HANA Microelectronics Public Co., Ltd.
 HANA


Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics
  HANA Corporate Profile

  HANA Vision and Culture

  Cooperative Education Program inclusive
  of Internship Activities

  Employee Activities and the Working Environment
  HANA




  Traditional Approach                 Hana Approach

“Focus”   Product Development          Human Resources Development
          Heavy R&D                    Multi-skills Training
          Design of Experiment (DOE)   Job Rotation

“Common” Process Enhancement           Productivity/ Cost Improvement


“Goal”    Creative Products Design     Impeccable Service and Support
          to Attract Customers/        to Satisfy Customers/Consumers
          Consumers
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 HANA


Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics
  HANA Corporate Profile

  HANA Vision and Culture

  Cooperative Education Program inclusive
  of Internship Activities

  Employee Activities and the Working Environment
HANA




   Cooperative Education
         Program



              Hana Semiconductor (BKK) Co., Ltd
                        Custom Products Group
                         Valuing the Differences
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Cooperative Education Program

Purpose

This program is the cooperation between company and
university “Academic Excellence Via On-the-job Experience”.

The objective is to provide the student with the opportunities
and working experiences in the realistic environment under the
guidance of expertise in the factory and teacher in the
university. The student will apply theoretical knowledge and
develop technical skills together with the assigned mentors in
order to gain more understanding in the Cooperative Education
program.

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 Cooperation Between University
         and Company
University                                      Company

                          Students




                Teacher       Assigned Mentor

                    Cooperative Internship


              Projects for Further Education
                or Projects for Graduation

             Job Opportunity After Graduation
              (Industry and Career of Choice)
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Flowchart of Cooperative Education Program

                         Panel Discussion


                           Recruitment

         Training
         • Orientation
         • Theoretical & Practical Training
         • On-the-Job Training
         • Technical Competency-Based Development Program
         • Testing/ Examination of Training


                    Projects Assignment

                    Projects Presentation

                            Evaluation
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Panel Discussion
Objectives:
1.   To understand the training expectations from university, student and factory.
2.   To tailor the internship curriculum to meet specific needs.

Procedure:
1.   Discuss on the objectives and training expectations before starting and
     during the program among teacher, student and assigned mentor.
2.   Customize the internship training curriculum and academic education in
     relevant to the factory needs.

Expected Results:
1.   Acquire the objectives and training expectations toward the Cooperative
     Education Program.
2.   Customize the internship training packages in relevant to objectives and
     training expectations.



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Recruitment
Objectives:
1. To do the targeted selection to match between the student and mentor.
2. To determine the core competencies needed for the job functions of student.

Procedure:
1. Apply the panel interview among the various professional staff in the
   factory in order to put the right internship for the right job function.
2. Apply the targeted selection to identify the core competency, EQ and
   other aspects for further development.
3. Evaluate the candidate information to match with the assigned mentor.

Expected Results:
1. Identify the assigned mentor to match with the student.
2. Identify the strength and weakness of student.
3. Tailor the individual development plan for the student.

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Training
Objectives:
1. To provide the internship student with the technical knowledge and skills in
   relevant to the industry needs.
2. To enhance the academic, professional and personal skills of student.

Procedure:
1. Attend the Orientation Program to understand the company profile,
   company rules/regulations, job responsibilities and other necessary
   information.
2. Receive training in theory and practice with the guidance of mentor.
3. Receive On-the-job training related to objectives and training expectation.
4. Attend the Technical Competency-Based Development Program
   (One day per week or 16 days in 4 months).
5. Pass test/ examination of training.

Expected Results:
1. Understand the culture of factory.
2. Apply the academic education to the practical work experiences.
3. Equip the professional and personal skills in relevant to the factory
   requirements.                                                                  8
Projects Assignment
Objectives:
1. To ensure that the student applies technical knowledge and skills in the
   project assignments.
2. To collaborate the project among the student, factory and university.
3. To exchange the ideas and technology among the student, mentor and
   teacher.

Procedure:
1. The mentor works together with student and teacher to do the project
   according to training objectives.
2. The student works on the assigned project with the coaching from mentor
   and teacher.

Expected Results:
1. Apply the technical knowledge and skills to the project assignment with the
   guidance of mentor and teacher.
2. Exchange the ideas and technology among the student, mentor and teacher.
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Projects Presentation
Objectives:
1. To demonstrate how the student applies the academic education to the
   practical work.
2. To ensure that the student, factory and university meet the objectives and
   training expectations of the internship program.

Procedure:
1. The student presents the projects assignment with the advice and
   coaching from the teacher and mentor.
2. The teacher and mentor give the technical advices and recommendations
   to the student.

Expected Results:
1. Develop the communication and presentation skills of student.
2. Demonstrate what the student has learnt from the internship program.


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Evaluation
Objectives:
1. To assess the student’s performance in each skill area or core
   competency as applicable to his or her job responsibilities.
2. To evaluate the potential capability of the internship students for permanent
   employment.

Procedure:
1. Assess the student’s progress in skill development according to core
   competency, EQ and other aspects during and at the end of the internship
   program.
2. Provide the job opportunity for the graduated internship student.

Expected Results:
1.   Determine the strength and weakness of student for further development.
2.   Has ability to apply academic education with workplace practices.
3.   Has clarity about career goals.
4.   Receive after-graduation employment opportunities.
5.   Improve after-graduation job prospects by gaining valuable work experience.
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                Mutual Benefits
The Company:
1. Gain more technical exposure on coaching the internship
   students during on-the-job training and project assignment.
2. Discover the weaknesses and strengths of the mentor or
   expertise while applying mentoring system.
3. Has the potential opportunity to exchange ideas, cultures,
   and new technologies including joint research and
   development of any academy with the university.
4. Shorten the learning curve of potential employees.
5. Has potential opportunity to utilize the new tools/ technology/
   equipment or laboratory installed in the university.
6. Bridging the gap of academic study & field applications.


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                 Mutual Benefits
The Students:
1. Receive a superior, well-rounded education, enriched by the
   practical training or academic knowledge during the internship
   program.
2. Apply theoretical knowledge onto the work.
3. Learn the culture and work environment of the industry.
4. Exchange the ideas and technology in the factory with the
   expertise and teacher during projects assignment.
5. Develop confidence and skills in working with people thus
   enhancing the employment opportunity after graduation.
6. Be able to realistically assess personal interests and strengths
   which may help calibrate the future career roadmap.

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                  Mutual Benefits
The University:
1.   Designing the curriculum and academic training to
     accommodate the needs of community and industry.
2.   Getting feedback or references for future academic program
     improvement.
3.   Receiving information on current problems from industry to
     be used as the guidelines and topics for research and
     development program.
4.   Broaden the experiences of the realistic work environment
     and enhance the capability of tutoring.
5.   Foster the contacts between the company and university in
     jointly developing research activities and technology transfer.



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          Company Expectations
1. Increase the opportunity to evaluate the capability of
   the prospective employees prior to making a long-
   term hiring commitment.
2. Develop the internship students in possessing skills
   and technical know-how to support the industry
   needs.
3. Contribute their values to the community/society
   after the graduation.
4. Promote the company image with the cooperation of
   university and society.


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                                 Reference
                 Summary of Cooperative Education Program




Note: There are 7 Cooperative students (3 technicians & 4 engineers) still working as Hana staff.
      Duration: At least 3 months (1 semester)
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 HANA


Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics
  HANA Corporate Profile

  HANA Vision and Culture

  Cooperative Education Program inclusive
  of Internship Activities
     VDO
 HANA

Internship Opportunities with
   HANA Microelectronics
  HANA Corporate Profile
  HANA Vision and Culture
  Cooperative Education Program inclusive
  of Internship Activities
  Employee Activities and the Working Environment
     Bangkok
     Ayutthaya
     Lamphun

				
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