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									Industrial Training Manual v2-0, School of Engineering and Science, Curtin Sarawak,   Mar 2008




                                          Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus
                                                          School of Engineering and Science




  INDUSTRIAL TRAINING HANDBOOK
                                                  Version 3.0




                 Published by: Industrial Relations Committee, Mar 2008
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                                             Table of Contents

 Chapter      Title                                                                              Page
              Terms of reference                                                                  3
    1.0       A Brief Overview of Industrial Training                                             4
              1.1 Backgrounds                                                                     4
              1.2 Introduction                                                                    4
    2.0       Obtaining Industrial Placement                                                      4
              2.1 Student’s responsibility                                                        5
              2.2 Adviser’s responsibility                                                        5
    3.0       Approvals on Industrial Training                                                    5
    4.0       Industrial Training Visit by the adviser(s)                                         7
    5.0       Daily Training Logbook                                                              7
    6.0       The Industrial Training Report                                                      7
              6.1 Guideline for Preparation of Industrial Training Report                         7
    7.0       Industrial Training Assessment                                                      10
    8.0       Completion of Industrial Training                                                   10


              Appendix A: Industrial Training Report Template                                     11
              Appendix B: Industrial Training Log Book                                            16
              Appendix C: Proposed Training Areas                                                 20
              Appendix D: Registration Form                                                       25
              Appendix E: Visiting Adviser Report                                                 27
              Appendix F: Training Supervisor Report                                              30
              Appendix G: Student Survey Form                                                     33




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Terms of Reference

Training                  Referring to industrial training/ industrial placement/ practical training
Placement                 Process/ activity of locating, a training company
Adviser                   Staff who is a representative from a department
Supervisor                Personnel who mentors the trainee in a training company
Registration              Act of submitting Registration Form (Appendix D) to adviser to gain approval
School                    School of Engineering and Science, Curtin Sarawak
Company                   Workplace that provide training opportunity to trainee
Department/ discipline    Either Civil, Electrical, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering within the School
University                Curtin University of Science and Technology Sarawak Campus
IRC                       Industrial Relations Committee
ITD                       Industrial Training Database




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1.0 A Brief Overview of Industrial Training


1.1 Background

Industrial Training refers to work experience that is relevant to professional development prior to graduation.
One of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Engineering is that students MUST complete at least
12 weeks of Industrial Training. Industrial Training is normally accumulated during the semester breaks at
the end of the third or fourth year.

The Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and Engineers Australia, which are the organisations that accredit
all engineering programs in Malaysia and Australia, strongly advocate that at least 12 weeks of industrial
training experience is included in all engineering undergraduate courses.

Students should note that Industrial Training is an essential component in the development of the practical
and professional skills required by an Engineer and an aid to prospective employment. Many employers
regard this period as a chance to vet new employees for future employment. Industrial Training is a
mechanism to ensure students acquire practical skills and experience professional practice, thus achieving
the outcomes of Curtin Graduate Attributes.

All engineering students should make considerable effort and give sufficient thought into obtaining the most
effective training. Whilst challenging, it is desirable to obtain experience in a range of activities, such as
working in design office, laboratory and on-site field works. Tables in Appendix C suggest the relevant areas
of training for engineering disciplines under the school. It should also be noted that developing an awareness
of general workplace behaviour and interpersonal skills are important objectives of the Industrial Training
experience.

At Curtin Sarawak, Industrial Training is facilitated by the Director of School with the consultation of the
Industrial Relations Committee, and is managed for each course by the respective Adviser for Industrial
Training.


1.2 Introduction

All students who are registered for a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) are required to undergo ‘Industrial
Training’ for a period of 12 weeks after the completion of Year 3 second semester.

The objectives of Industrial Training includes:

                 a)      To expose students to engineering experience and knowledge, which are required in
                         industry and not taught in the lecture rooms.
                 b)      To apply the engineering knowledge taught in the lecture rooms in real industrial
                         situations.
                 c)      To share the experience gained from the ‘Industrial Training’ in discussions held in
                         the lecture rooms.
                 d)      To get a feel of the work environment.
                 e)      To gain exposure on engineering procedural work flow management and
                         implementation, and technical report writing in engineering works/projects.
                 f)      To expose students to responsibilities and ethics of engineers
                 g)      To expose the students to prospective future employers



2.0 Obtaining Industrial Placement

Academic staff from engineering disciplines have been appointed as adviser for Industrial Training. Students
are required to contact their respective adviser to request a letter from the School to obtain a testimonial in
supporting the effort in finding a placement. Information about advisers can be found at the Industrial
Relations website under the webpage of School.




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2.1 Student’s responsibility

! Strictly note that it is the responsibility of each student to obtain her/his own industrial placement
for a minimal period of 12 working weeks.


2.2 Adviser’s responsibility

The Adviser might assist you with a list of possible contacts within the industry.

Any doubts or inquiries including but not limited to proposed employment need to be addressed to and
consulted with the adviser for Industrial Training in your discipline. You may also consult other advisers
(under Industrial Relations Committee) or academic staff on the availability of Industrial Training.

Students who wish to pursue their Industrial Training interstate, or overseas are strongly encouraged to do
so, provided they have sufficient information regarding the proposed nature of the work.

Student’s effort/ initiative to acquire placement for Industrial Training is treated as part of the
training.


3.0 Approvals on Industrial Training

In order for an accumulative training period to be counted as part of Industrial Training, the proposed
placement must be registered and approved by the School (through the respective adviser) BEFORE the
training starts.

NOTE!: Approval will NOT be automatically granted. A student may be required to submit further
supporting information for the intended employment to be approved.

Retrospective approvals may not be granted. Fresh approvals should be sought for each different period of
Industrial Training. For example, If Industrial Training is performed at two different intervals (both July and
December), registration needs to be done twice.

Once an adviser has approved the registration of an Industrial Training, the student’s training particulars will
be registered to the school’s Industrial Training Database (ITD). Only officially recorded placement is to be
considered valid.

Students can always communicate with the adviser using email or fax while they are employed at overseas.
Overseas experience is often viewed favourably by employers when seeking permanent full time
employment after graduation.

Students are NOT ALLOWED to change placement during the training period unless written permission from
the adviser has been obtained.




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                                                             Registration for Industrial Training
                          Student submit
                          (i) Industrial Training                                                                                  Student Placement
                          Registration Form                                                                                        Industrial Training
                          (ii) Placement Offer                                                                                     Database (ITD)
                          Letter
                                                     Adviser Approval                  Approved
     Student seek                                                                                                                  registration
                                                       (CE, CHEM,                                          Ms. Jacqueline (SOE
     and obtained                                                                                                                            ITD
                                                       ECE, MECH)                                           Admin. Assistant)
      Placement

                                                             Rejected
**
     Student can obtain a copy of Letter of Undertaking from Ms. Jacqueline to support the placement request.

                                                              Completion of Industrial Training
                          Student submit
                          (i) Letter of
                          Completion of
                          Training
                          (ii) Supervisor
                          Feedback Form                                                                                          (i) Update Checklist
                          (iii) Student Feedback       Adviser Review                                                            (ii) If Pass, issue Letter of
                                                                                   Pass/ Fail
                          Form                                                                                                   Completion of Industrial
         Student                                        (CE, CHEM,                                  Ms. Jacqueline (SOE
                                                                                                                                 Training (kept in Student
                                                        ECE, MECH)                                   Admin. Assistant)           File)



                                                              Fail

                                     Fig. 1: Procedure for Registration and Completion of Industrial Training.
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4.0 Industrial Training Visit by the adviser(s)

To the discretion of IRC, visit by advisers will be conducted throughout the Industrial training period. The
purpose of the visit is to obtain feedback and update progress on student’s training.

The objective of the adviser(s) visit to the training place is as follows:

h)          To visit the students involved with Industrial training and to discuss with training supervisor(s) on the
            training program or other matter concerned. Discussions will be held with training supervisor as well
            as the student.
i)          To send courtesy visits and at the same time establish industrial relations between the University
            and the industries.
j)          To survey any new training places for industrial training.
k)          To discuss the possibility of students’ job placement with the company. The students and the
            company will be informed on the date and time of the visit.


5.0 Daily Training Logbook

Student will be given a Daily Logbook where all the training content/ activities need to be recorded onto it on
daily basis. The purpose of keeping a logbook includes:

     i.         A reflection of on job training content to the student, and evidence of job record for supervisor
                and adviser.
     ii.        Part of professional practice in engineering profession is to record incidence and evidence onto
                a daily work log
     iii.       Source of reference in writing the Industrial Training Report. (Please see the following section)


6.0 The Industrial Training Report

An Industrial Training report should be prepared for each period of approved placement. The report is
expected to demonstrate development of practical and professional skills in Engineering through technical
experience and application of theoretical knowledge. Development of skills in dealing with people, and
communication skills form part of the training experience. Industrial Training Report is:

            a) a compiled writing of training record, content and experience gained through work performed
               based on engineering methodologies, skills or approach.

            b) Implanting engineering expertise onto the students, that is, preparation of technical reports,
               communications, technical evaluation and design.

Students should seek advice from their employers to ensure that no confidential material is included into the
report. The student should be able to present the report to prospective employers, as a complement to their
degree. The following should be observed:

            a) Length of training
            b) Preliminary information
            c) Technical report/diary

References should be made in the text to books, technical papers, standards etc., used during the training
period and should be listed.

Finally, a conclusion should include comprehensive comments on the type and value of experience gained,
and how this relates to their professional career.

3 copies of the reports need to be prepared and submitted one copy for the employer, one copy for
the School (through the respective adviser) and a personal copy to be retained by the student.




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6.1 Guideline for Preparation of Industrial Training Report

1. Introduction

        The purpose of the Industrial Training is to provide exposure for the students on practical
        engineering fields. Through this exposure, students will have better understanding of engineering
        practice in general and sense of frequent and possible problems. This training is part of the learning
        process. So, the exposure that uplifts the knowledge and experience of a student needs to be
        properly documented in the form of a report. Through this report, the experience gained can be
        delivered to their peers. A properly prepared report can facilitate the presentation of the practical
        experience in an orderly, precise and interesting manner.


2. Contents and Format of Report

        The procedure for preparation of the report has to follow the format determined by the Faculty based
        on the guidelines below.

        a) General Report Format

                  The report has to be typewritten on white A4 size paper
                  , font-size of 12 points with type face of Times New Roman has to be used throughout the
                  report, with line spacing of 1.5. The report has to be properly ring binded with a transparent
                  plastic sheet attached onto it. A sample copy of report template is available at Appendix A.


        b) Abstract/Preface

                  This section of the report should consist of brief description of the following:

                  1. Activities of the Organization
                  2. Summary of the Report
                  3. Acknowledgement

                  This section of the report is limited to two (2) pages only. A sample is shown in Appendix.

        c) Table of Contents

                  This section of the report should consist of:

                  1. Titles
                  2. Sub-titles
                  3. Page numbers

                  Every appendix requires a title and each page need to be numbered accordingly.

        d) Background of Company/Organization

                  Brief and concise description of the company/organization in which the student is
                  undertaking the industrial training. The main items are:

                  1. Backgrounds of the company
                  2. Vision and Mission
                  3. Structural organization of main activity
                  4. Title and position of the supervisor in charge
                  5. Others deemed necessary (no more than three (3) pages)

        e) Summary of Duties

                  This section should be the brief description of the time, duration and types of duty carried out
                  during the training. The description must follow the schedule of the training, that is, in


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                 chronological order (12 weeks). The days when the student is not on duty must be properly
                 recorded with reasons given.

        f) Working Experience

                   In this section, the student must describe the on job training experience gained according
                   to titles considered appropriate. For example, the main items are:

                   1. Projects carried out
                   2. Supervisory works
                   3. Problems encountered
                   4. Problems solving process or approach

        g) Conclusion

                 Student should provide an overall discussion in this section and arrive at a conclusion with
                 regards to the industrial training undergone. Contents may include:

                   1. Types of major work performed
                   2. Comments on meeting the objective of the training.
                   3. Recommendations

        h) References

                 Provided that there are important resources that are used as references while preparing the
                 report, a complete list of the titles of references concern must be included.

        i) Appendix

                 Appendixes are additional information considered appropriate to support the main text. A
                 copy of letter of permission must be attached in the appendix. Other suggested
                 appendixes are:

                 1. Investigation/project report during the industrial training
                 2. Technical drawings etc.

3. Others

        a. Figures/Tables

                 All figures, tables and similar contents must be captioned and labeled. Every figure or table
                 must be mentioned in the main text. Any supportive evidence

        b. List of Notations and Symbols

                 If the report contains notations and symbols, the full definition must be given when each
                 notation or symbol first appeared in the main text. The list of notations and symbols with the
                 full definitions can be placed after ‘Table of Contents’.

                 Every appendix must have a title and be mentioned in the main text where appropriate. All
                 page numbers for appendixes must be continual from the main text.

DO NOT include irrelevant materials, e.g. brochures from the organizations, order forms,
organization newsletters and similar materials.

Note on Good Practice: Student is strongly advised to commence writing the Industrial Training Report as
early as in the beginning of the training period to ensure a timely completion of the report.




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7.0 Industrial Training Assessment

The industrial training performance assessment will be based on:

1.       Training Supervisor’s report (20%)
2.       Training Adviser report through visit or survey (10%)
3.       Industrial Training Report (70%)

Based on the criteria above, the results of the Industrial Training is as follows:

a)       Pass or
b)       Fail

A total of minimal 50% marks must be achieved in order to be considered pass.

Students are advised to give a serious consideration in writing their report. The report must be in good
quality and explain all the industrial experience and knowledge gained. The report MUST NOT be in notes
form and figurative form. If the report is not satisfactory, the students must rewrite the report until it is
deemed satisfactory.


8.0 Completion of Industrial Training

Upon completion of a training period, a confirmation letter MUST be obtained from the employer. The
confirmation letter needs to be submitted to the respective adviser together with a copy of Supervisor
Feedback form, Student Feedback form and Industrial Training Report for grading.

Upon passing the training, a confirmation letter will be included in your student file as evidence of a
successfully completed industrial experience. Note that students are required to resubmit their Industrial
Training Report if deemed unsatisfactory upon assessment.




REMEMBER:

     -   PLACEMENT WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL DOES NOT COUNT!
     -   AN ABSOLUTE MINIMUM OF 12 WEEKS OF APPROVED PLACEMENT PLUS PASSING THE
         ASSESSMENT IS ESSENTIAL FOR GRADUATION.




                                  BEST WISHES FOR A REWARDING
                              WORK EXPERIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING!




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Appendix A: Industrial Training Report
              Template




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                                               Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus
                                                              School of Engineering and Science




        INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT




             NAME                              : ________________________________

             STUDENT ID                        : ________________________________

             DISCIPLINE                        : ________________________________

             YEAR                              : ________________________________

             TRAINING COMPANY                  : ________________________________
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                                                ABSTRACT




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                                            Table of Contents



                Subject                                                                          Page
Chapter 1       Backgrounds of Company


Chapter 2       Summary of Duties                                                                   xx
                2.1 ….                                                                              xx
                2.2 …..                                                                             xx
                2.3 ….                                                                              xx

Chapter 3       Working Experiences
                3.1 Projects carried out
                3.2 Supervisory works
                3.3 Problems encountered
                3.4 Problems solving process, approach


Chapter 4       Conclusion                                                                          xx

                References                                                                          xx
                Appendices                                                                          xx
                Appendix 1                                                                          xx
                Appendix 2                                                                          xx




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                                           Top Margin: 25mm


        CHAPTER 1 – TITLE



                                      4 spacing



        8 spacing
                                  Text chapter starts here and


        Continue ……………………………….. Type with 1.5 spacing


                                                     2 spacing between paragraph




     Left Margin
                                                                                                 Right
     40mm
                                                                                                 Margin
                                                                                                 25mm




                                           Bottom Margin: 25mm



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          Appendix B: Training Log Book




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                                               Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus
                                                              School of Engineering and Science




    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING LOG BOOK




             NAME                              : ________________________________

             STUDENT ID                        : ________________________________

             DISCIPLINE                        : ________________________________

             TRAINING COMPANY                  : ________________________________


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                                          Training Information




          Personal Details


          Student Name                       : ______________________________________
          Student ID                         : ______________________________________
          Address                            : ______________________________________
          Email                              : ______________________________________
          Discipline of study                : ______________________________________
          Year/ semester of study            : ______________________________________
          Date of Start of Training          : ______________________________________
          Date of End of Training            : ______________________________________

          Company Details


          Company Name                       : ______________________________________
          Company Address                    : ______________________________________
                                              ______________________________________
          Contact Person                     : ______________________________________
          Contact Number                     : ______________________________________




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                                                  Weekly Training Log
Training Week: ____________

(please specify training information by descriptive statement, tables, sketches, figures and etc)
Date          Time                                                            Entry




Note: Please include attachment wherever necessary.


Declaration
I hereby declare that all information provided above is true



  _________________________                                ________________
       (Signed by trainee)                                       (Date)
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 Appendix C: Proposed Training Areas




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Mechanical Engineering
Manufacturing
  • Quality Engineering
  • Process development/ monitoring
  • Production
  • Project management
  • CAD/ CAM
  • Value Engineering
  • Maintenance
  • Welding
  • Stamping
  • Die casting
  • Injection moulding
  • Cold forming
  • Spray painting
  • Heat treatment
  • CNC Milling/ Machining
  • EDM
  • CMM
  • Metallurgy
  • Product mass assembly
  • Shop floor design/ management
Control Engineering
  • Factory automation
  • Robotic
  • PLC
Mechanical Design
   • CAD/ CAE
   • Product design & development
   • Appearance design
   • Engineering Standards (ASME, JIS, DIN, MS)
   • Product testing
   • RnD
   • FMEA
Engineering Management
    •   Project management
    •   ISO 9001: 9002
    •   ISO 14000
    •   Resource management
    •   Environmental management




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Civil Engineering
Design office / Consultants:

    •   Structural design
    •   Structural drafting and drawings
    •   Writing technical and generic specifications
    •   Preparation of tender documents and contracts
    •   Calculation pre and post tendering quantities
    •   Supervising the site works

Constructions / Contractors:

    •   Execution of infra structures and utilities
    •   Supervising sub-structures and foundation works
    •   Form works and false works for concrete works
    •   Installation of rebars and concreting
    •   Execution of road works with flexible pavement
    •   Rigid pavement roads
    •   Bridges and culverts
    •   All types of drainage works.
    •   Preparation of claims for the executed works
    •   Preparation of proposals for engineers approval
    •   Claims for variation and extension of time for the contract.




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Chemical Engineering

 Engineering Economics
 HSE
 Process Instrumentation & Control
 Process Modeling
 Process Operation
 Production
 Quality Control
 Risk Management
 Simulation of chemical process

Related industries include petroleum refining, gas processing, palm oil mills, petrochemical and
polymer production, fertilizer manufacture, cement and lime production, minerals and metals
extraction and refining, paper and board manufacture, sugar refining, food processing, production
of industrial, and pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals.




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Electrical / Communication Engineering and Computing
Power System Engineering
   • Power Generation
   • Power Transmission
   • Power Distribution
   • Power Quality
   • Power System Planning
   • Power System Optimization
   • Power System Control
   • Power System Protection
Renewable Energy
   • Solar Energy
   • Wind Energy
   • Biomass
   • Hydropower
Processing
   • Image Processing
   • Signal Processing
Communication Signal Processing
   • Modeling
   • Identification
   • Control
Embedded Systems
   • FPGA design
   • IP Core Design
   • Parallel Processing using multi core
   • Contribution to Open Source Projects
Electronics
   • VLSI Design and Fabrication




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           Appendix D: Registration Form




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                               SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

                                     INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

                         Registration Form for Industrial Training

Note :
a.     This form is to be filled in by the student and confirmed by the Industrial Training
       Adviser.

b.    Please completed form and send it back to the following address.
                          Administration Assistant (Industrial Training)
                          School of Engineering & Science
                          Curtin University of Technology
                          Sarawak Campus Malaysia
                          CDT 250, 98009 Miri
                          Sarawak.
                          TELEPHONE +60 85 443939 FAX +60 85443837
_________________________________________________________________________

1.      Name of Student

2.      Student ID

3.      Discipline of Study

4.      Mailing Address


         Tel :                         E-mail:

5.      Name and Address of Training Organization:



         Tel :                         Fax :

        Signature of Student:                                     Date :
6.      Name of Advisor:


        Authorization                                                  From:
        Signature of Advisor:
                                                                      To:

        Date :
                                                                    Duration of Industrial Training:

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    Appendix E: Visiting Adviser Report




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                               SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

                                    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

                                   Visiting Advisor’s Report

Note:
a.    This form is to be filled in by the visiting Industrial Training Advisor from School of
      Engineering & Science, Curtin University of Technology.

b.    Please return the completed form to the School of Engineering & Science, Curtin
      University of Technology as soon as possible.
________________________________________________________________________

1.      Name of Student:

2.      Discipline of Study

3.      Date of Visit                                               4. Time :

2.      Name and Address of Training Organization




3.      Name of Supervisor

4.      Main Activities of the organization




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    5. Evaluation of the training organization:

                       Excellent (100%)                                     Satisfactory (50%)


                       Good (75%)                                           Not Satisfactory (25%)


    6. Student’s Progress:

                       Excellent (100%)                                     Satisfactory (50%)


                       Good (75%)                                           Not Satisfactory (25%)


    7. Immediate action needed to be taken by the School:


                       Not required                                          Yes (as below)




        Visiting Advisor’s Signature & Date                     Student’s Signature & Date




        Visiting Advisor’s Name

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         Appendix F: Training Supervisor
                     Report




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     CONFIDENTIAL




                               SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

                                    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

                                  Training Supervisor Report

Note:
a.    This form is to be filled in by the training supervisor after the student has completed
      his/her training.

b.    Please post/fax the completed form to the following address within 7 days after the
      training is completed.
                           Administration Assistant (Industrial Training)
                           School of Engineering & Science
                           Curtin University of Technology
                           Sarawak Campus Malaysia
                           CDT 250, 98009 Miri
                           Sarawak.
                           TELEPHONE +60 85 443939 FAX +60 85443837
_________________________________________________________________________

1.      Name of Student


2.      Discipline of Study


3.      Training Starts


4.      Training Ends


5.      Training Period                                             (weeks)



6.      Name and Address of Organization:




         Tel:                                            Fax:

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7.      List down three major aspects of engineering which the student had been exposed to:

        i.       _____________________________________________ (                           %)

        ii       ______________________________________________(                                    %)

        iii.    ______________________________________________ (                           %)

8.      Overall evaluation of the industrial training:
        Please use grade of 1 (very poor) to 10 (excellent) for each of the questionnaires

         Coorperation during training                        Attendance
         Efficiency                                          Association with superiors
         Association with colleagues                         Skills
         Quality of work                                     Knowledge
         Punctuality                                         Communication ability

                                                                                      TOTAL


9.      Please give comments or suggestions on the present industrial training as practiced by
        the School of Engineering & Science, Curtin University of Technology for future
        improvement.




10.     Name of training supervisor




                         Signature




                         Date                               Name and Stamp of Employer

NOTE: Please attach a letter of Industrial Training completion from your company



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      Appendix G: Student Survey Form




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                               SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
                              CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

                                    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

                                      Student Survey Form


Note:
a.    This form is to be filled by the student after completing his/her industrial training.

b.    Please return the completed form to the Administration Assistant (Industrial
      Training), School of Engineering & Science, Curtin University of Technology within 28
      days after completing the industrial training.
________________________________________________________________________


1.     Name of Student

2.     Student ID

3.     Discipline of Study

4.     Scholarship/Loan
5.     Name and Address of Training Organization



         Tel :                                             Fax :


6.     Name of Supervisor



7.     Position

8.     Does the training has initial planning?

                         Yes (attach program)                                No


9.    Which party prepares the program?

                         Student                      Organization                    Both


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10.      If there is no program provided please state the reasons:




11.     Types of exposure given:

                Exposure (if necessary)                          Estimated period (hours or days)
         Design
         Analysis
         Outdoor work
         Supervision
         Administration
         Daily work
         Others

12.     State two important experiences that had been gained from the industrial training:




13.     Main problems encountered during the industrial training (If any):




14.     During the training, are you

                   Always busy                  Sometimes busy                        Don’t understand
                                                                                      the task given

15.     How do you evaluate your overall training progress?

                  Excellent                     Satisfactory                          Not satisfactory


16.     How do you classify your overall training?

                  Challenging                   Full filled objective                 Boring




                  Signature                                            Date



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