Because the T/IPP will be reviewed by a Consular Officer during the intern/trainee's visa interview, the T/IPP must:
State the specific goals and objectives of the internship program (for each phase).
Detail the knowledge, skills or techniques to be imparted to the intern (for each phase).
Provide a chronology or syllabus (for each phase)
Describe the methods of performance evaluation and the supervision for each phase
Internship/training programs longer than six months must include at least two phases.
The Department must also obtain the requisite signatures for each T/IPP for each student intern. The Department must provide each signatory an executed copy of the T/IPP. A DS-2019 cannot be issued by ISSS until the Department has completed and secured the requisite signatures on the T/IPP.
*If there are changes to the internship at any time, the Department must notify ISSS as soon as possible as an update T/IPP may need to be completed.