|Title:||An Assessment Of The Practice Of Cooperative Training In Af Ar Regional State: The Of Lucy Technical And Vocational Education And Training College|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Worku Mekonen (PhD),|
|Keywords:||The major objective of the study|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||This study is an assessment of cooperative training in Afar Regional State taking Lucy TVET College as ti case in point. The major objective of the study is to explore the status of cooperative training, the benefit and the role of the stakeholder involved, as well as the challenge facing cooperative training in the region. In so doing, the .study used both primary and secondary data. The primatjv data accessetl through interview, questionnaires and observation. To act/ztire reasonable representation of the population, purposive santpling was followed to select key informant and respondents from all stalfeholders such as trainers, trainees, guidance and councilors. management member.s head and supervisors of the coopcrative training in the enterprises Books and articles used as secondary data. The data are both qualitative and quantitatzn analyzed using percentiles and presented by tables anti descriptive approach. As the result oj itte analysis indicate, the poor management of cooperaure training, lack of skilled human t^eso1ii^t_'e mainly guidance and counselor, shortage of infrastructure. lack ofawareness by the industi ie». poor involvement of the trainers. enterprises and other stakeholders in cooperatiw training, lack ofreadiness academically. technically and ethicallyﬁom the trainees, the poor ielittion/parinership of the college with the industries companies are the major challenges \>t`eooperative training in the region. Hence, the study reeommend that an eﬂort has to be made from the management ofLucy TVET college and other concerned bodies to address shortage ot human and material resources needed for the training. These stakeholders also should exert their eﬂor/s to involve staheholders mainly entetprises/industries in planning, implementing. and assessing ofcooperative training. ln so doing, the college has to create stages for discusston and awareness creation on the issues of cooperative training. The enterprises involved m the cooperative training also have to work with the college to improve the cooperative training service they are delivering. This is owing to the fact that through the partnership ofstakeholders all challenges and problems facing cooperative training can be well managed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Research & Development|
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