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Form No 4- Internship Report Cover Page
Student`s name:
Rawan mahammed eshwi
Student`s ID #:
S200135364
Training Organization: : karbus elementary
school
Trainee Department: Administrative
Field Instructor Signature:
Field Instructor Name: Fatima madkhali
Course Title:: business Administration 430
CRN: 24279
Internship Start Date: 9/7/1445
Internship End Date: 27/10/1445
Academic Year/Semester:
For Instructor’s Use only
Instructor’s Name: Abdullah Alkhoraif
Total Training Hours /280
Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained /30
Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low
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Academic Report Guideline(Co-op)
(please do not include this text in the final report, just follow its guidelines and
use the cover page above)
The report should be submitted within two weeks after you finish your Co-op training Program.
In addition, the report should be approximately 3000 – 4000, single –spaced and consider taking the
following format
General instructions for writing the final report:
The report must be written in English language.
The word limit is 3000-4000.
If the report word count is not within the required word limit, marks will be deducted.
The font size is 12, Times New Roman, justified, 1.5 space.
Main headings use font size of 16 and bold.
Add page numbers in the middle bottom of the page.
Plagiarism or copying from other sources will result in ZERO marks.
This report must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via the allocated folder.
Your work should be clearly and completely presented; marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This
includes filling your information on the cover page.
Assignment will be evaluated through BB Safe Assign tool. Late submission will result in ZERO marks
being awarded.
First Page
The first page should display the student’s full name, internship start and finish dates, working hours per
week, company/institution name, and the cover page.
The field instructor should sign on the first page.
A Brief Executive Summary of the Internship
A one-page summary of the company/institution and a short account of the major activities carried out
during the internship period.
Acknowledgment
To allow the student to express her/his thankful and gratitude to individuals (such as: field instructor,
academic supervisor, colleagues…etc.) who help them in carrying out and completing her/his training
journey. This part will aid the students to learn basic elements of academic writing. To express their
appreciation in a concise and professional manner.
Table of Contents
Contents of the report with page numbers, list of tables, and list of figures.
Introduction
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A brief of the report. The Aim of the report.
Chapter 1: Description of the company
This section should answer the following questions:
What is the full title of the company/institution?
Give a brief history of the company, full mailing address and relevant weblinks
What is the type of ownership of the company/institution?
State the main shareholders and their shares.
What is the sector that the company/institution operates in?
Specify the products and services produced and offered to its customers/clients.
Who are regarded as the customers/clients of your internship company (consider the end users, retailers,
other manufacturers, employees,etc.)?
Provide an organization chart of the company, along with information on the number of employees.
Provide a list of functions performed by different departments/divisions in the internship organization.
Provide an overview off the production system or service procedure (what are the resources, inputs,
outcomes, andconstraints?)
Provide a process chart of a major product and/or service.
The following questions can be classified as your major fit (Finance, Accounting, Ecommerce and
Management).
• What kind accounting/finance/IT//quality/marketing standards and principles are used in the
organization?
• Discuss telecommunication technologies (Database, Instant Messenger, Networking, Ecommerce tools)
used in the company.
• Describe the quality planning and control activities in the internship organization.
• Describe the quality control activities throughout the life cycle of the product/service groups
• What kind of financial analysis and decision-making methods are used by corporate treasurers and
financial managers in the internship organization?
• What types of marketing, selling, and human resources analysis are performed (cost system, evaluation
of consumers, needs, product strategy, distribution strategy, promotional strategy)?
Chapter 2: Internship activities
This is the main body of your report. During the internship period, the focus of the training may on the
following types of analysis and questions. You do not have to answer all the questions in the list: •
Describe your working conditions and functions, such as: Who is your supervisor (include his/her name
and his/her position); other team members or co-workers and what their functions are to complement
yours.
• Provide a detailed description about the department(s) that the trainee did her/his training with them.
Adding all sub-divisions for this department(s) if it is available. Student can add to this description a
supported chart.
• Detailed descriptions about all tasks and activities that the trainee did them during her/his training
period.
• Gained skills and how they added value to your work
• Other tasks that are not related to the trainee’s major that done by her/him at the company should be
included in this chapter as well.
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• What types of incentives did you get as a trainee to be more proactive and productive?
• Describe what kind of working documents and analysis you did there and what experiences you have
gained throughout yourtraining. Provide examples of your work.
• A comparison between theory (things you have learned in the classroom) and practice (things you did or
observed at the company) must be made and highlighted. In this section the student can add a supported
table includes which academic course (s) (course title and code) helped to perform training tasks. For
example, two columns; the first one shows the course name and second column shows the tasks
performed and related to this course.
• Show some work samples that you have encountered/conducted at the company through graphs,
pictures, data, drawings, or design calculations and include them in your report.
• Lessons learnt (what the overall benefits gained from the training program)
Chapter 3: Recommendations
• Advantageous that helped the student in completing the training program.
• Disadvantageous and challenges that faced the student and how he/she did overcome them.
• Recommendations to improve training program in the college.
• Recommendation for the training company. Conclusion Sum up and summary of the training
experience. Reference If it is needed Appendix (option) This will help the instructor to have a background
about the trainee and his/her previous experiences. Also, it helps the students in writing their CVs for
future job application especially for fresh graduates who do not have previous practical experiences.
• Basic information (name, city, contact details…etc.).
• Job objectives.
• Academic qualifications.
• Practical experiences.
• Skills this will help the instructor to have a background about the trainee and his/her previous
experiences
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Executive Summary
My internship at Karbous Primary School allowed me to acquire hands-on skills in education and
school administration and observe how a classroom functions every day. The primary school,
Karbous, is an institution of high repute that offers its students a chance to encounter very high
educational standards. Al-Satouch, the Saudi – owned school, belongs to the Ministry of
Education and represents an integral part of the education sector within the country’s
community.
During the internship course, I have been involved in numerous activities and tasks under my
supervisor’s leadership and guidance and in cooperation with other team members. My activities
included initiating the lessons, tracking files, writing letters, filing data in the system, and
supporting IT. Furthermore, I performed meetings, involved myself in teaching, and contributed
to the general workings of my department.
The internship significantly opened the door to the practice of the knowledge that was taught at
university. This, in turn, enhances the learning of educational strategies and administrative
processes. Through the course of learning, I realized how much I have acquired valuable skills
that have enabled me to this day to combine good communication, effective prioritization,
solving complex problems, and teamwork to achieve my personal life goals and the goals of the
organization I am working for.
On the whole, this temporary work at Karbous Primary School was a joyful and enlightening
occasion. I am indebted to the program organizers for providing the right learning environment
for me. I look forward to drawing from the knowledge and skills gained and utilizing the
expertise acquired in my education career to make meaningful contributions.
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Acknowledgment
Of all the people I have since put my academic skills into practice, I want to express my
appreciation to everyone who has given me support and mentored me through this internship
period at Karbous Primary School. First, I am very grateful to the field instructor for their
mentorship, for actively encouraging me, and for giving me valuable advice while the internship
went on. Their management was pivotal in both improving my learning and allowing me to
develop my professional skills. I also thank my adviser, who made the process less burdensome
with their continuous support and encouragement.
Discuss the impact of fast fashion on the environment and how it has created a revenue-driven
cycle that relies on continuous production and consumer consumption. The supervisors’
knowledge and undertaking assisted me in acquiring the required foundations and solving the
problems that arose during the internship. More than that, I value the teamwork of my colleagues
at Karbous Primary School, who work together and gel to achieve the school goals. They were
helpful and friendly, making the office great for fun. I am grateful to all the staff and
management of Karbous Primary School for the kindness and welcoming nature that they have
displayed towards me. The way they took me in made me feel like I belong and my worth has
been appreciated.
Lastly, I also want to understand my family and friends for having the same spirit and always
being there to encourage me. To wrap things up, I want to stress the importance of the kindness,
support, and guidance of all the people provided to me during the internship. Each of these
individuals has shown a significant contribution to developing me as an individual and a
professional; thereby, I genuinely express my gratitude towards them for their kind hearts.
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5
Acknowledgment ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6
Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
Chapter 1: Description of the Institution…………………………………………………………………………………………. 8
Customers/Clients: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9
Employee Information: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
Functions of Different Departments/Divisions: ………………………………………………………………………….. 10
Production System or Service Procedure Overview: …………………………………………………………………… 11
Standards and Principles Used: ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11
Telecommunication Technologies: …………………………………………………………………………………………… 12
Quality Planning and Control Activities: …………………………………………………………………………………… 13
Quality Control Throughout Product/Service Life Cycle: ……………………………………………………………. 13
Financial Analysis and Decision-Making Methods: ……………………………………………………………………. 14
Chapter 2: Internship Activities …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 15
Working Conditions and Functions: …………………………………………………………………………………………. 15
Department Description: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 15
Tasks and Activities: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 16
Internship Insights………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 17
Other Tasks and Multidisciplinary Contributions:………………………………………………………………………. 17
Incentives for Proactivity and Productivity: ………………………………………………………………………………. 17
Theory vs. Practice Comparison: ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 18
Work Samples: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 18
Chapter 3: Recommendations ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
Advantages of the Training Program: ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 20
Challenges faced and overcoming them: …………………………………………………………………………………… 20
Recommendations for Improving the Training Program: …………………………………………………………….. 20
Recommendations for the Training Company ……………………………………………………………………………. 21
Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 21
References ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22
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Introduction
This internship report presents a thorough assessment of the entire internship period at Karbous
Primary School, and as part of education and school administration, I got hands service.
Although hidden, they still exist there at the same time, I participate in several key departments
and take every chance to observe, in an attempt to get in depth knowledge and tactics. This
report, the leading objective of which is exhaustive documentation and analysis of the myriad
activities, challenges and lessons learned rests within my internship program, is the foremost
objective to achieve.
In the following part of this narrative, I shall take the reader through the all the tasks and your
own responsibilities, while illustrating the path which marked my mastery of these skills, I will
further unravel the hurdles that I overcame and the transformative nature of this vital experience
to my growth in both my personal and professional life. Undertaking such tasks as planning the
learning process and organizing school records, I will go through all aspects of learning and
other similar responsibilities of this profession and retell the embodied challenges and wins. The
report serves as the proud mark of my endeavour which provides the resultant sustenance and
guidance for myself and other passionate like me who are aged in this educational labyrinth
Chapter 1: Description of the Institution
During my internship I have received the privilege of working for the Karbous Primary School
which, under the Ministry of Education. Karbous Primary School, located in [Area], who is the
main spear of education in this region, offers this type of learning opportunities to younger
people.
Brief History: Karbous Primary School is commissioned in different eras and it is dedicated to
developing the mental ability of children and to improving the academic standards. Over time it
has turned into a solid institution respect and its reputation is brought forth by the commitment to
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quality education. The school’s dedication to its guidance and vision led it toward the
establishment of a pivotal position in the educational community.
Ownership: Karbous Primary School functions as a school that follows and follows the
recommendations of the Ministry of Education, which means that it is a school of government.
Therefore, the authorities remain the ones to own the company with the Ministry of Finance
taking care of its administration system as well strategy planning and formulation.
Sector and Services: As a public education establishment, Karbous Primary School this school,
which provides a broad array of educational services, is endeavoring to cater for the needs of its
students. These services range from a variety of areas like primary education of curriculum
delivery, organizing extra activities and providing support services to the students according to
Beauchesne & Makungwe (2022). One of the main concepts of the school’s curriculum is
creating a balanced education where students learn to reason and think on their own, but also
work in groups and socialize with others.
Customers/Clients:
The principal target groups of Karbous Primary School are the students, who should be
considered as both the beneficiaries and the end-users of educational services provided by its.
Beyond the role of teacher, the parents/guardians are denotatively strong in addition to the
having faith in the school with their children’s education. Teachers and any other staff matter in
the intra-organizational affairs of the school because they are responsible for the school’s hustle
and bustle learning ambiance. Moreover, Ministry of Education functions as main stakeholder,
guiding and advising the school with a view to the achievement of academic standards as well as
state and federal education policies in place. Finally, Karbous Primary School proved itself to be
that center of learning, pursuing its stakeholders’ interest and the full development of the
community.
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Employee Information:
A hierarchical organizational structure governs Karbous Primary School’s operations so that the
school avails time and resources for smooth delivery of educational services. At the top, there is
the School Principal who is on control and is in charge of the school operations. Unlike the
principal, learning from different departments includes particular departments which are
responsible for specific functions within the school as indicated by Marinoni et al. (2020). The
institution employs approximately of staff members that are orders of teaching, administration,
and support staff, and they are the workforce in the constant struggle of making the provision of
quality education.
Functions of Different Departments/Divisions:
1. Department of Academic Affairs: The main concern of this department is the theory and
practice of the educational process which means curriculum making, lesson planning and
academic evaluation for high-quality education.
2. Department of Administration: Among the responsibilities are administrative functions,
including student enrollment, timetables, and the archiving of records to ensure the school is
running smoothly.
3. Department of Student Affairs: Withstands issues related to classroom management, the
supervision of extracurricular activities, and discipline for the students to aid their development.
4. Department of Extracurricular Activities: Coordinates and overseas extramural activities like
sports, arts, and clubs, affording students with more opportunities and spaces for all-round
development.
5. Department of Facilities Management: To maintain school facilities like maintenance,
cleanliness, and security, makes sure the students will learn in a safe and the academic
environment.
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6. Department of Finance and Accounting: Supervises the budgeting plan, forecast, and
accounting processes to guarantee due adherence to the financial management rules.
7. Department of Information Technology: Manages IT infrastructure, software applications, and
customer support, which in turn helps to have a smooth information transmission and
communication.
8. Department of Quality Assurance: Ensures the maintenance of educational standards, assesses
teaching strategies as well as development quality improvement policies to elevate the
educational achievements.
Production System or Service Procedure Overview:
At Karbous Primary School we get all production processes focused on giving quality teaching
to our learners. Educational resources, which include textbooks, teaching materials, and
infrastructure, act as the inputs to producer’s production system. The teaching staff takes a works
on these inputs and in turn, uses various instructional methods to provide learning opportunities.
Evaluations are done to see whether students are keeping up with the class and comprehending
well the concepts as indicated by Demirbilek et al. (2020). The product of the production system
ultimately is enlightened students who have owned principle knowledge, abilities and values
vital for the success as academic and individual. The system may be charged with some
constraints from the location such as not sufficient sources, limited classroom sizes and the
external factors that might affect student learning.
Standards and Principles Used:
Karbous Primary School adheres to various standards and principles to ensure effective
management and delivery of educational services:

Educational Standards: The school follows national educational standards and
curriculum guidelines set by the Ministry of Education.
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Financial Standards: Accounting principles such as Generally Accepted Accounting
Principles (GAAP) are applied in financial reporting and budget management.

Information Technology Standards: Industry best practices and IT standards guide the
implementation and management of IT systems and infrastructure.

Quality Standards: Quality assurance principles and continuous improvement
methodologies are employed to enhance teaching and learning outcomes.

Marketing Principles: Ethical marketing principles and strategies are employed to
promote the school’s programs and attract students, considering target audience needs and
preferences.
Telecommunication Technologies:
Karbous Primary School employs various telecommunication technologies to facilitate
communication and information exchange within the organization. These technologies include:

Database Systems: The school utilizes database systems to store and manage student
records, academic data, and administrative information. This allows for efficient data
organization and retrieval, supporting decision-making processes and enhancing
operational effectiveness.

Instant Messenger: Instant messaging platforms are used for real-time communication
among staff members, enabling quick exchanges of information, collaboration on
projects, and coordination of activities.

Networking Infrastructure: The school has a networking infrastructure in place to
connect computers and devices within the premises. This facilitates internet access,
shared resources, and communication between different departments.
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Ecommerce Tools: While not extensively used in a primary school setting, ecommerce
tools may be utilized for online payment processing for school fees, purchasing
educational resources, or accessing digital learning materials.
Quality Planning and Control Activities:
Quality planning and control activities at Karbous Primary School are integral to ensuring the
delivery of high-quality education. These activities include:

Curriculum Development: Planning and designing curriculum content and instructional
materials to meet educational standards and learning objectives.

Teacher Training: Providing professional development opportunities and training
sessions to ensure teachers are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to
deliver quality instruction.

Assessment Design: Developing assessment tools and methodologies to evaluate student
learning outcomes and measure academic progress.

Feedback Mechanisms: Implementing feedback mechanisms for students, parents, and
staff to provide input on the quality of educational programs and services.
Quality Control Throughout Product/Service Life Cycle:
Quality control activities are conducted throughout the life cycle of educational products and
services at Karbous Primary School. This includes:

Preparation Phase: Ensuring that educational materials and resources meet quality
standards before implementation in the classroom.

Implementation Phase: Monitoring teaching practices, student engagement, and
learning outcomes to maintain quality standards during instructional delivery.
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Assessment Phase: Reviewing assessment results and student performance data to
identify areas for improvement and adjust instructional strategies as needed.

Feedback Phase: Soliciting feedback from stakeholders and incorporating suggestions
for improvement into future iterations of educational programs and services.
Financial Analysis and Decision-Making Methods:
Financial analysis and decision-making at Karbous Primary School are guided by sound financial
principles and practices. Corporate treasurers and financial managers utilize various methods,
including:

Budgeting and Forecasting: Developing annual budgets and financial forecasts to
allocate resources effectively and plan for future expenses.

Cost-Benefit Analysis: Evaluating the costs and benefits of potential investments or
expenditures to assess their financial viability and impact on the organization.

Risk Management: Identifying and mitigating financial risks through strategies such as
insurance coverage, diversification of investments, and contingency planning.
Marketing, Selling, and Human Resources Analysis:
In terms of marketing, selling, and human resources analysis, Karbous Primary School conducts:

Cost System Analysis: Evaluating the cost structure of educational programs and
services to optimize resource allocation and cost-effectiveness.

Consumer Needs Analysis: Understanding the needs and preferences of students,
parents, and other stakeholders to tailor educational offerings and support services
accordingly.
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Product Strategy Development: Developing strategies to enhance the attractiveness and
value proposition of educational programs and services, considering market demand and
competitive factors.

Distribution and Promotional Strategy: Designing distribution channels and
promotional activities to effectively reach target audiences and increase awareness of the
school’s offerings.

Human Resources Analysis: Assessing staffing needs, performance metrics, and
training requirements to ensure the recruitment, retention, and development of qualified
personnel to support the school’s mission and objectives.
Chapter 2: Internship Activities
During my internship at Karbous Primary School, I had the opportunity to work in a dynamic
and collaborative environment, where I contributed to various tasks and activities under the
guidance of my supervisor and alongside other team members.
Working Conditions and Functions:
My supervisor whose role involved overseeing my training activities, providing guidance and
feedback, and ensuring that I gained valuable learning experiences during my time at the school
according to Zhang & Ming (2022). Additionally, I collaborated with other team members,
including teachers, administrative staff, and IT personnel, who supported me in different aspects
of my internship tasks.
Department Description:
The department I primarily worked with during my internship was the Department of Academic
Affairs. This department is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of
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the school’s academic programs and curriculum. Sub-divisions within this department may
include curriculum development, assessment and evaluation, teacher training, and educational
technology integration.
Tasks and Activities:
During my training period, I engaged in a variety of tasks and activities aimed at enhancing my
skills and knowledge in the field of education and administration. Some of the key tasks I
performed include:

Follow-up on Lessons: Assisting teachers in preparing lesson plans, organizing teaching
materials, and facilitating classroom activities.

File Sorting: Organizing and maintaining student records, academic documents, and
administrative files.

Letter Writing: Drafting correspondence such as letters to parents, memos to staff, and
reports for school management.

Data Entry: Logging student attendance, academic performance data, and other relevant
information into the school’s database system.

IT Support: Assisting with troubleshooting technical issues, setting up computer
systems, and providing basic IT support to staff members.

Meeting Attendance: Participating in departmental meetings, staff briefings, and
training sessions to learn about school policies, procedures, and initiatives.
These tasks allowed me to gain practical experience in various aspects of school administration
and operations, while also contributing to the overall functioning of the academic department.
Additionally, I had the opportunity to interact with different stakeholders, including students,
teachers, parents, and school administrators, which further enriched my internship experience.
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Internship Insights
Gained Skills and Value Addition: As an intern at the Karbous Primary School, I picked up
numerous vital skills that improved my functions in the workplace and helped my professional
growth. A range of skills, such as the language of business, time management, problem-solving,
and teamwork, are being developed. I achieved the achievement and project by implementing
these competencies in the working processes with my peers as indicated by Gräßler & Pottebaum
(2021). Therefore, one of the areas of my development that was especially emphasized was an
improved vocabulary that led to self-confident conversations with students, parents, and staff,
which are vital communication tools in a school community.
Other Tasks and Multidisciplinary Contributions:
Besides orientated tasks in my major, I also participated in several miscellaneous tasks that
helped fully operate the educated establishment. Among my volunteer activities, I list the help I
gave with organizing and running events, participating in campaigns to assist the community,
being a part of students’ clubs, and assisting in managing the facility and supervising the students
during the extracurricular activities.
Incentives for Proactivity and Productivity:
As a learner – it was meant to be a source of motivation that was also a challenge – I was “paid”
for being resourceful and productive in different ways. The positive benefits I got in exchange
for my hard work were praise and recognition from my superiors, skills development, especially
for soft and professional skills, and even the advantage of getting a permanent job opportunity
based on my achievements after finishing the internship as indicated by Ren et al. (2022).
Working Documents and Analysis: As part of my training, I have been involved in document
writing and examining school functioning and academic programs. Such tasks corresponded with
writing reports on students’ attendance and academic performance, analyzing their data to find
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directions for the changes and areas of weakness, and developing learning materials or plans
following curriculum and standards of education guidelines.
Theory vs. Practice Comparison:
Practical work in the workplace and theory in the classroom were not two completely different
worlds but in agreement in gaining practical knowledge. Taking course was an introduction to
teaching theories and pedagogy. After class, I applied this knowledge to designing lesson plans
and conducting classroom activities. Similarly, learning unraveled concepts of organizational
behavior and leadership theories, which I later employed in my second job through decisionmaking and teamwork in the meetings.
Work Samples:
What are the activities and tasks given to you during this
month?
Task(s)
* Follow up on lessons
* Sort files
* Writing letters
What skills did you learn through the month?
* The ability to apply acquired knowledge in the field of
training.
New skill(s)
* The ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define
appropriate solutions. Speed and the importance of time.
Follow-up. And communication.
* Time management and the ability to organize time effectively
to ensure that it is used well during the semester.
Meeting(s)
How many meetings did you attend?
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Two meetings
What are the difficulties you had this month?
The cost of redundant tasks.
A lot of pressure at work
How did you overcome these difficulties?
Difficulty/ Challenge(s)
* Accept reality. The first step is to accept your reality and the
challenge in front of you.
* tasks dividing .
* Get help. The need to help others and cooperate with them at
work.
What did you learn from completing the tasks
* Acquiring and developing experiences and skills
Learning
* The ability to take responsibility. I learned the importance of
perseverance and effort at work. Plans and executes well. I
learned that diligence and follow-up are the reasons for
administrative success
What did you want to learn more?
Develop and develop the necessary tasks in the field of
business management.
Lessons Learned: In conclusion, and my entire context, this training program exercised my
mind in the education and school administration sector. I learned how communication,
teamwork, and the vital skills of being flexible during my internship and functioning as a
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professional in a great place. To sum it up, I also acquired know-how in various office matters
and management duties, which will undoubtedly be helpful when I start a new job.
Chapter 3: Recommendations
Advantages of the Training Program:
Involving in the training program at Karbous Primary School had many benefits in developing
development. The positive point was the opportunity to testify about how it feels to accomplish a
practical task by hand. During the practicum, I implemented the theoretical knowledge I acquired
in the classroom in a real-world context, enhancing my understanding of security as an education
and administration specialist. On top of that, the employees were very receptive to
communication, working as one, and together, they trained and grew professionally.
Challenges faced and overcoming them:
Whatever the benefits of the training program were, I faced several issues during the internship.
Working in a fast-paced environment like the hospital can sometimes be a very challenging
activity that requires paying attention to many tasks simultaneously, which overwhelms me. This
should have been fine, but I had to manage my time effectively, prioritize tasks based on winning
and losing, and ask my colleagues for help if I could not. Furthermore, I kept in touch with my
supervisor even when I faced challenges and asked for help and advice on immediate corrective
measures.
Recommendations for Improving the Training Program:
Different recommendations should be taken into account regarding improving the training
program’s applicability at the college. First, the conventional learning curriculum should be
replaced by more practical and hands-on learning aids. By doing this, it will be possible to better
prepare students for the job market. For example, having volunteers with relevant experience act
as mentors and provide overseers will allow graduates to learn and share what they know with
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the proper guidance. Furthermore, creating an atmosphere of all-encompassing criticism and
self-reflection will motivate the trainees to improvise actively and participate in self-evaluation.
Recommendations for the Training Company
Due to the abundance of destinations and tour operators, offering competitive training to
potential employees is imperative. The Karbous Primary School should do quarterly performance
evaluations for the trainees that they can use to assess their progress and weaknesses.
Furthermore, formalizing mentorship schemes where older workers can provide measured
counseling and aid to the trainees would support the learning process. Hence, the possibility
should be put in place for interns to stay and have a chance to rotate through different
departments or positions within the school, get a more practical understanding of operations, and
develop their skills.
Conclusion
To begin with, the internship at Karbous Primary School was one of the most pleasing and
impressive learning experiences I have had. I learned to master, perceive, and apply the
knowledge acquired from my internship positions for my future professional goals. Throughout
the internship, along with the obstacles, I was able to pass through and finally succeed in them
using persistence, determination, and proper support from my supervisor and the team. I would
like to have the chance to deliver the training course and cannot wait to practice the practical
skills I have acquired in my future business life.
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