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Title: A Thesis submitted for School of Graduate Studies in partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
Authors: Mamo, Eshetie
Advisors: Worku Mekonnen(PHD)
Keywords: Vocational Education
Copyright: Jul-2011
Date Added: 27-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The major aim in understanding this research was to assess the practice of human resource management In Amhara National Regional State the case of Wag Himra Zone and there by forward possible suggestions for the improvement of TVET programs and in order to perform the training, acquisition, retention, recruitment ,and development activities in available TVET institutions. The area of concern believed to be relevant to examine the performance of TVET and employment prospects were principals, department heads, process coordinators, trainers, supportive staff and board members. To this end, a descriptive survey research method was employed for the study. The sample TVET institutions were selected from Wag Himra Zone namely Sekota, Amdewerk and Zequala TVET institutions. The subjects of the study include 3 principals, 13 department heads, 21 process coordinators, 51 trainers, 71 supportive staff and 21 board members. Stratified, simple random and purposive sampling techniques were employed to select the TVET institutions and respondents. Questionnaire and interview were instruments used for the purpose of collecting data. The result of the study depicted that The findings show the numbers of Principals, Process Coordinators, Department Heads, Supportive Members, Academic staff Members and Board Members are very low: the institutional efforts in working with the delegates of the society and the local authorities offered to be capacity building trainings on the practice of Human Resource Management found low, low effort and motivation of employees in using the available supports, no clear mechanism available to follow problems faced by the practices of Human Resource Management and insignificant trainings were found as the major challenges in promoting organizational development and effective human resource utilization. Hence, it is concluded that the exhibits status of TVET institutions in the zone different challenges and employment prospects are not promising. In line with the above findings and conclusions, therefore, it was recommended that TVET institutions should, as such as possible: try to meet the standards set by MoE as stated in the TVET strategies with regard to their staff and good if TVET institutions seek permanent solution to the problem of funding training programs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4017
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