Tracer Study of CIT Technology Programs Graduates
Dr. Karlo S. Sira; Dr. Dominico Sergie O. Valenciana

Tracer study is one of the primary concerns of the Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) that documented the whereabouts of the graduates after graduation. Gines (2014) stressed that it is a powerful tool to document employment characteristics, transition characteristics and the level of satisfaction of the ISAT U-CIT graduates of 2008-2014 regarding the services, learning environment, and facilities of the University. Moreover, the tracer study also focused on the skills and competencies of the different technology programs of the College of Industrial Technology (CIT) during the pre-service training whether these programs were still valid, adequate, and relevant in responding to the dynamic world of academic programs. Furthermore, the study also benchmarked if these changes aligned to the international standards and embraced the challenges of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Outcome-Based Education (OBE), Institutionalization of the Philippine Qualification Framework, ASEAN 2105 integration, ASEAN Quality Reference Framework, and many others.

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