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Title: The status of training in industrial technology fields In entoto tvet college
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Woubaie Kossaye(Dr)
Zewdie, Assefa
Keywords: major purpose of this study was
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Abstract: The major purpose of this study was to investigate the problems and possible solution with regards to quality of training in Technological Department of Entoto TVET College. Training for high-quality skill requires sufficient financial resources, appropriate training equipment and tools, adequate supply of training materials, and practice by the leamers. Other requirements include relevant textbooks, training manuals, and wellqualified instructors with industry-based experience in enterprises. Qualified managers and counseling departments a descriptive survey study was employed for the purpose of this study on the assumption that this method is relevant to describe both the currently existing situation and events of the past 66 trainees' and 2 1 trainers were selected by stratified and purposive random sampling techniques. Dean, financial head and TVET agency representative were included by using availability sampling technique. Questionnaires: interviews were used as data collection instruments. The collected data were analyzed and the result of the study indicates that, the training center are not equipped with some physical facilities, shortage of necessary materials resources, poor purchasing system, lack of maintenance skill, shortage of heavy duty machines .The skill gaps of the trainers and the administrative bodies are critical issue to the quality of training in industrial technology department which has to be given attestation by concemed bodies .Based on the findings of the study, conclusions were drawn and recommendations were made.
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