Primer for Summer Technician Orientation Program

The Summer Technician Orientation Program gives applicants of the Diploma in Engineering Technology Program (DipET) a foretaste of CITE education.

It is a free 3-day training program for aspiring students of CITE who wish to learn our culture (how classes are conducted, the day-to-day grind of CITE students) enabling them to appreciate our school dynamics. DSC08305

There will be classes in Math, English, Basic Electricity, Benchwork, Physical Education, and Drafting to test the mental aptitude, physical endurance, and adaptability of the applicants to the pressure which is demanded by a technology-driven course.211 .

Upon applying, students are requested to furnish the following requirements and documents to facilitate their entry to the program.

• 4 pcs 1×1 ID picture (blue background)
• Original & 4 photocopies of High School Card/Transcript of Records
• 4 pcs photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
• Original & 4 photocopies of Good Moral Certificate
• Original & 4 photocopies of NCAE Result (if applicable)
• Original & 4 photocopies of Parent’s Latest Income Tax Return or BIR Tax Exemption Certificate
• Form 138 (HS card) or Form 137
• one long brown envelope

Within the three-day orientation program, an applicant will be interviewed to check his interest in the program and provide him insights on how choosing DipET program may lead to a better career in the future. DSC08378

His parents and guardians will also be asked to make a personal appearance for an interview to check whether they can sustain the applicant’s needs and meet the  financial rigors to finish the program. DSC08364

A home visitation shall be conducted to validate the results from both interviews. A sample schedule is shown below:


The  result of the STOP shall be released after a few days (at most 3 days) so that the applicants can already enroll in their desired courses. Before enrollment, the applicants will be subjected to a free Medical Examination through an external health service provider to check their health and fitness to the program.

A pre-STOP orientation shall be conducted on the following dates (between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturdays):

March 17& 24,  April 7, 14, 21 & 28, May 5 & 12

STOP Schedule 2018:

 April 4-6    – STOP Training Batch 1
 April 12-14 – STOP Training Batch 2
 April 16-18 – STOP Training Batch 3
 April 19-21 – STOP Training Batch 4
 April 23-24 – STOP Training Batch 5
 April 26-28 – STOP Training Batch 6

 May 3-5       – STOP Training Batch 7             

 May 7-9       – STOP Training Batch 8
 May 10-12   – STOP Training Batch 9 
 May 14-16   – STOP Training Batch 10
 May 17-19   – STOP Training Batch 11 
 May 21-23   – STOP Training Batch 12 
 May 24-26   – STOP Training Batch 13

A culminating activity at the end of three days shall be conducted. A certificate of training will be issued to the applicants upon finishing the program. For non-passers, they may still apply next year.DSC01715