Faculty Researches

Mercerose E. Rafi; Rosela A. Baylon and Era B. Derwill
Monday, December 9, 2019 - 14:45

This study aims to determine the relationship between the laboratory performance specifically in the areas of housekeeping; food and beverage and culinary arts and the internship performance as rated by participating establishment during the three Academic Year 2016 to 2019. The descriptive-correlative was employed in the study. Likewise, there were 148 respondents using 98% confidence level.

The researchers used the secondary data taken from the Dean of BHRM office. The result of the laboratory performance in the area of housekeeping reveals that BSHRM students were very good with the average of 90.06 which implies that the students have exemplified very good performance during their laboratory in the area of housekeeping. Moreover, food and beverage services with the over-all average of 87.01 which means BHRM students demonstrated competence in the laboratory performance in the area of food and beverage. In the area of culinary arts, BSHRM students had an over-all average of 84.89.

The internship performance of the BSHRM students as evaluated by the participating establishment shows that students performed well with the over-all grade average of 96.55. Furthermore, data shows that there is significant relationship between the laboratory and internship performance of the BSHRM students with the p-value of 0.94. It implies that students who performed during their laboratory activities performed well during their internship performance.

Thus, the researchers recommended that the faculty handling culinary subjects should use variety of teaching approaches and methodologies to enhance the knowledge and skills of the students in culinary subjects; Dean of BSHRM together with the practicum coordinators should come-up the program to improve the knowledge, skills and attitude of the students before endorsing to participating establishment and should come-up with the faculty development program or immersion program of the faculty from different establishment and or shipping companies.

Comeeros, Shirly G. and Geocadin, Maylen S.
Thursday, August 22, 2019 - 10:00

Pursuant to the RA 7722, an act creating the Commission on Higher Education, states that the knowledge society or knowledge economy characterized the university not just a generator of knowledge, an educator of young minds and a transmitter of culture but also as a major agent of economic growth. Extension program of Higher Education institutions provide the space to discover practical evidence and science-based answers that can address real world social, economic and environmental challenges of partner citizens and communities.(CMO No. 52, S. 2016) Moreover, VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc. as one of the HEI’s, seeks proponents’ and beneficiaries’ feedback using the survey questionnaire every end of the term. This study was conducted to evaluate the impact of the implementation of CES program specifically on the Coastal Resource Management. The main purpose of this study is twofold, firstly is to evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation of CES program to the proponents and beneficiaries and secondly, the feed-backing of the results to the Barangay Council of Brgy. Punta Taytay.Specifically it sought to answers the Impact of the Coastal clean-up to the proponents and beneficiaries; and the impact of the mangrove afforestation to the beneficiaries. This study was done using the survey questionnaires The respondents consists of 210 Maritime cadets composed of 104 from BSMT 3 and 106 from BSMAR-E 3 as the Proponents and 41 households of Prk. Seawall Barangay Punta Taytay, Bacolod City. For impact of coastal clean-up in terms of the knowledge gained. Respondents gave the over-all mean ratings to the implementation of CES program of (m=4.58) interpreted as Strongly Agree; the impact of the coastal clean-up in terms of skills gained. Both beneficiaries and proponents believed that the coastal clean-up improved their skills with the over-all mean ratings of (m=4.48) interpreted as Strongly Agree and the impact of the coastal clean-up in terms of attitudes/behaviors gained. Proponents believed that the impact of coastal clean-up improved their attitude/behavior with the over-all mean ratings of (m=4.70). reveals Mangrove Afforestation impact to the environmental status (Socio-Economic/Eco-Tourism Benefits). Beneficiaries perceived that the Mangrove Afforestation was a Tourist Attraction and Destination with the highest mean of (m=4.15).Lastly, impact of mangrove afforestation to environmental/ecological benefits. Beneficiaries believes that mangrove afforestation has very great extent to the environmental/ecological benefits with the over-all mean ratings of (m=4.50).

Mercerose E. Rafil Rose Ann A. Villarias Dr. Ramonito E. Geraldes
Friday, February 8, 2019 - 16:15

This study aims to determine the VMA Faculty Performance vis-a-vis Student Academic Performance. Specifically, this study seeks to answer the following questions: What is the level of performance of VMA Faculty of VMA Global College as rated by the students; Program Heads and Program Deans; What is the level of performance of VMA Students as a whole; What is the effective teaching strategies used by the VMA faculty in terms of: Discussion/Lecture, Reporting, Case Analysis; Field Exposure; Practical Exam and Role Play and Is there a significant relationship between the level performance of Faculty of VMA Global College and Academic Performance of the Students?
Students give the highest mean ratings of (m=4.49) in faculty’s personality, while general observation with mean score of (m=4.44) by the Program Heads and excellent in faculty character/personality with the mean ratings of (m=4.32) as rated by the Program Deans.
BSHRM and BSBA students were highest in Grade Point Average and as will as the Faculty of the said programs. The Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Program Deans should come-up with the Faculty Development Program on Teachers personality. Dean of Maritime Studies should come –up with the program to improve the Grade Point Average of the respective Maritime Cadets; The Program Dean should continue the semestral evaluation of the faculty to enhance their skills, knowledge and attitude and encourage the faculty to use varied teaching styles specifically in Case Analysis.

2/M Renato L. Vargas; Maylen S. Geocadin and 3/E Rafael Dusaban
Friday, February 8, 2019 - 16:00

This study was conducted to determine the level of awareness of graduating BS Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering cadets for A.Y. 2017-2018 on the shipboard training requirements of VMA Global College Training Centers, Inc. specifically on the level of awareness the graduating Deck and Engine cadets of VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc. on Shipboard Training Requirements in terms of the following factors: Pre- job orientation; Shipboard training monitoring; Training record book; Daily journal; Enrolment for BS degree and a significant relationship between the level of awareness of the Graduating Maritime Students on Shipboard Training Requirements to their program of the study and section. The respondents of the study were the 366 BS Marine Transportation, and 216 BS Marine Engineering cadets of VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc. for A.Y. 2017-2018.
From the foregoing findings of the study, the researchers concluded the following:
Majority of the graduating cadets were extremely aware that after one year shipboard training they can enrol their BS.; Graduating cadets were extremely aware on the Shipboard Training Requirement.; Section Bravo is highly aware on the Shipboard Training Requirements while section Hotel should be given extra attention for the Shipboard Training Requirement.
Thus, researchers recommended that the Dean of Maritime Studies and STO enforce information dissemination regarding the importance and completion of Daily Journal as one of the Shipboard Training Requirements other than Pre-Job Orientation.
The STO should enforce the provisions of the list of Shipboard Training Requirements to all possible sources of information like Bulletin Board at VMA Campus; Shipping companies, social media and VMA Website.
Retain the Pre Job orientation and possible increase the number of hours allocated to STO on the topic on Shipboard Training requirement like Ship Board Training Monitoring; Daily Journal; Training Record Book and Enrollment for BS

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