Problems met by Our Lady of Fatima University
BS-HRM students in finding a hotel establishment for
Practicum 2 SY 2012-2013
A Thesis Proposal
Presented to the Faculty of the
College of Hospitality and Institutional Management
Our Lady of Fatima University
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the
Degree of Bachelor of Science
In Hotel and Restaurant Management
Binlayo, Jhasper G.
Adel, John Christian R.
Sarmiento, Jeffrey P.\
Manzano, Adrian Rome
Taoingan, Jan Iam Guido
The Problem and Its Background
Early times were all on the job training. It would usually take an entire village to learn how to construct a ...view middle of the document...
On-the-job training students encounter problems in finding a hotel establishment for their practicum 2 and even fail the interview.
4. Significance of the Study
Student - students learn discipline, organization, and people skills while they train out in the workforce. Since on-the-job training is supervised by real employees in real-life work situations, anything can happen, and students must learn "on their feet". Sometimes, this sink or swim method of learning can be quite beneficial. Students will adjust to working, and they will gain invaluable experience that they can take with them as they move forward with future careers and education.
Teacher- professors knows best when it comes to these things because they already experienced it before us. However, they also learn new things from our experiences and they continue to pass it on to future students.
School – students carry their name that is why if a student fails the training, it reflects on the school also.
Researcher – we gain extra knowledge from this research because we are the ones doing the field study.
5. Scope and Limitations of the Study
The scope and limitation of the study will roam at Our Lady of Fatima University Valenzuela Campus - Hotel and Restaurant Management students.
REVIEW OF THE RELATED STUDIES AND LITERATURE
Job Prospects and the Value of Graduate Education in the Hospitality Industry
Written by: Sophia Foster
As today’s students enter college and select a degree program, many employment outlook analysts are urging them to consider a career in hospitality management, citing both projected industry growth and a widespread lack of skilled job candidates.
The hospitality management industry can be divided into several subcategories. Food and beverage managers handle food service operations for hotels, restaurants and other establishments that serve meals to the public, for instance. Hotel, casino and spa managers oversee matters related to budget/finances, customer service, inventory logistics and marketing/sales that affect their respective establishments. Travel and tourism managers handle booking, budgeting and other logistical concerns for cruises, tour groups and travel agencies. Event planners help customers plan weddings, fundraisers, theatrical productions and other large-scale gatherings. Finally, human resources managers oversee staff training, employee relations and other inter-company matters for hotels, casinos, spas and other hospitality-related establishments. Wages and salaries vary between these subcategories. Food and beverage managers typically earn an annual salary between $29,000 and $68,000, while casino managers can earn as much as $339,000 per year.
According to the 2012 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, the field of “Leisure & Hospitality” is expected to grow by 15 percent by January 2013 – four percentage points ahead of the net employment average....