|Title:||An Assessment Of Training Provided By Technical Vocational Education And Training Institutions In Oromia Region|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||. Yalew Ingidayehu( Dr)|
|Keywords:||T V E T institutions in Oromia Region|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study was to assess some major factors that aﬂect the training provided by T V E T institutions in Oromia Region, and there by suggest possible remedies for the improvement of the training. The study focuses on assessing whether or not the new T VE T training was based on adequate need assessment and pilot tested before large-scale implementation. Moreover, some major factors that affect the quality, relevance and eﬂectiveness of training were also assessed. To this end availabilitjv of competent manpower, adequate budget and material supply, adequate ﬁzcilities, work relationships of stakeholders, participation of stakeholders in TVET activities, Understanding of TVET objectives by relevant stakeholders and the extent of its achievement were the major areas of investigation. T o this ejfect, descriptive survey method was employed. The sample training institutions were selected from four Oromia Zones; the Zones were East Shewa, West Shewa, East Hararghe and West Hararghe. The subjects of the study were 474 trainees, 92 trainers, 7 principals, 9 T VET experts, 4 zonal education and capacity building oﬂicials, 1 regional T VET Department Heads and 7 apprenticeship ojfering organization (Employers). Purposive, availability, stratiﬁed and simple random sampling technique was used to select the zones, Institutions and subjects of the study. Questionnaire, Interview, Observation, Checklist and Document Analysis were used to obtain the necessary data. Gathered data were analyzed by employingfrequency count, percentage and weighted mean as an instrument of data analysis. The ﬁndings of the study revealed that the new T VET training was not based on adequate need assessment result and not pilot tested before large-scale implementation. Even though an ejfort is being made to up grade TVET trainers, but under qualzﬁcation of trainers remained as one of the major problems. Moreover, the training has suﬂered from the following constraints in the region: - Shortage of budget and material supply. - Weak labor market information system. - Poor guidance and career counseling services. - Lack of awareness and poor understanding of T VE T objectives. - In adequate facilities. - Weak participation of stakeholders. - Weak relationship of institutions and employers. In light of these findings the following recommendation were forwarded: - Before opening n ew o r expanding the existing training fields thorough need assessment should be conducted at the institutional levels. - The upgrading program of trainers should be expanded to include all trainers in need of up grading. - TVET financing should be diversiﬁed and more autonomy of financial management should be given to the institutions. - Awareness creation and guidance and career counseling service should be given due attention at all hierarchical levels of T VE T system.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Research & Development|
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