In the university, Industrial Training Report accounts for 30% of the Total Score. It sounds easy but it’s not something you might want to joke with.
In this article, we will be breaking down the steps to writing a nice and concise industrial training report
1. Cover Page
Cover page is the very first thing they will want to see, it should contain all your important information in a simple yet presentable format
The information includes
- Title of the report
- Full name and Matriculation Number
- Industrial Training attachment (Company’s name)
- Department to be submitted
- Course code and Title
2. Preliminary pages
For an industrial training report, the preliminary pages should include on separate pages the following:
- Title page
- Report overview and
- Table of contents. (List of Figures and List of Tables may also be included as appropriate).
Chapter 1: – Introduction
1.2 Objectives of the program
Chapter 2: – Description of the establishment of attachment
Chapter 2 contains the following in a precise fashion
2.1 Location and Brief history of establishment
2.2 Objectives of establishment
2.3 Organisational structure (including organogram)
2.4 The various departments/units in the establishment and their functions
Chapter 3 – Work done during the SIWES program
This chapter reports all the activities done during your training in an orderly manner. It requires the addition of pictures if possible.
Note: Sheepish copying of laboratory and maintenance manuals and/or documentation manuals of soft-wares shall not be countenanced.
Chapter 4: Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations.
5.1 Summary of attachment activities
5.2 Problems encountered during the programme
5.3 Suggestions for improvement of the scheme