5 2. Provide contributions to the program through deped discussions or workshops. 3. Give their expertise by making resident resource centres available to students. 4. Allow students to be deployed on the basis of the daily work programme of activities on the company`s various sections/departments/project sites. 5. Accept the required number of hours of the immersion program defined in the DEpEd SHS program. (see Appendix C and D) 6. Provide immersion opportunities for students for the school year (see Appendix C and Appendix D) 7. Give students guidance on the company, its activities and the work of its staff and expose them to the different players in the community in which THE ENTREPRISE works for students in order to gain a global understanding of their activity. 8. In the same way, ensure that students take course-related training and provide students with work or activities that are multiple and applicable to their field of study.
(9) make its employment and facilities available to students and, in the same way, takes all necessary measures to ensure the safety of students in their fields of activity at all times, including, if necessary, the provision of personal protective equipment (PPE), which cannot be limited to the latter. Ensure that students are exposed to non-hazardous substances and work environments for the duration of the immersion. 10. Assess student performance at the dive site by using the 11 assessment tool provided. Issue a graduation certificate to interns if they meet all program requirements satisfactorily. 12. Donate to DepEd for the completed Work Immersion Partnership. 13. Provide the secretariat of the adoptive school program with all relevant documents in support of the amount indicated/requested for the company`s application for tax exemption. III. EFFICACA This agreement is valid for the duration of the academic and renewable year each year.
THE ENTREPRISE and SCHOOL submit, upon request, their intention to extend this agreement within thirty (30) days before the expiry of this agreement. 2 CONSIDERING that, in order to achieve this goal, the school must establish a working immersion partnership with the company; CONSIDERING that the company is active in the area where the school is located and has offices, facilities, project sites and expertise that it can make available to the school for the purposes of student work; CONSIDERING that, as part of its mission, THE ENTREPRISE plans to partner with the school as part of its mission; CONSIDERING that the company can make use of Regulation 10 S on revenues, which implements the R.A.`s tax incentives, also known as the Adoption A-School Act of 1998; CONSIDERING that the School and the Society, referred to as common areas, commit to cooperate in the successful implementation of the SHS, known to the need for special protection of the child and in the best interests of the shs learner at heart; NOW, THEREFORE, for and taking into account the above premises, the PARTIES vote as follows: DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK IMMERSION PROGRAM The adoption of the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 or the Republic`s Law 10533, the DepEd was tasked with implementing the K-12 program, essentially adding two (2) years of specialization in the basic system; Deped designed the implementation of RA as part of increased community participation in the learner experience; In this context, DepEd offers places for different interest groups to participate in the implementation of RAs and, the same offer that PARTIESS accept here; The Work Immersion Program is one of the requirements for the conclusion.