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An Evaluation of Staff Training and Development in the Kogi State College of Education (Technical), Kabba. (2010-2014)

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An Evaluation of Staff Training and Development in the Kogi State College of Education (Technical), Kabba. (2010-2014).

ABSTRACT

The improvement in management sciences and technology, which demands complex skills, knowledge, and experience, has made Staff Training and Development a compulsory task.

It is because of this trend that this work is being carried out in order to evaluation the training and development programmes in Nigeria public sector with special reference to Kogi State College of Education (Technical) Kabba, Kogi State.

The research equally probes into the implementation and effectiveness of the Staff Training and Development Programmes of the College. In carrying out this research work, sources of data were drawn from both primary and secondary sources.

Simple statistical methods such as tales, frequencies and percentages were used in data analysis. We adopted a suitable theoretical framework for our analysis, the process model by Eckstrand while percentage proportion was used for analyzing the data collected.

From our findings, we came to the conclusion that staff training and development are important factors that affect staff morale and occupy a high position among the incentives in the staff work place.

But unfortunately, the Kogi State College of Education (T), Kabba is not sensitive to the yearnings of its staff for this much desired training and development. There is inadequate funding of the College for staff training and development programme.

Based on the above findings, the study recommended that the college management should endeavour to specify the objective of training needs; to have guiding policies for training and development; and that selection of training participants should purely be based on actual training needs.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page………………i
Certification Page ………ii
Approval Page ………..iii
Dedication ………..iv
Acknowledgment …………v
Abstract ……….vi
Table of Contents …..…vii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the Study …………..1
1.2 Statement of the Problem……….5
1.3 Significance of the Study…………….7
1.4 Scope and Limitation of the Study …….….9

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESEARCH PROCEDURE

2.1 Literature Review ………….11
2.2 Gap in Literature ………………30
2.3 Hypotheses …………….31
2.4 Operationalization of the Key Concepts in the Hypotheses ……31
2.5 Theoretical Framework……………..33
2.6 Research Procedure ……….40
2.6.1 Research Design ……………..41
2.6.2 Population of the Study ……….41
2.6.3 Sampling Technique ……………..41
2.7 Method of Data Collection ……………..42
2.8 Test of Validity and Reliability of Research Instrument ……43
2.9 Method of Data Analysis …..44

CHAPTER THREE:

3.1 Brief History of Kogi State College of Education (Technical) Kabba 45
3.2 The Location of College …………………………45
3.3 The Mission of the College …………..45
3.4 Administrative and Finance Structure of the College………….46
3.5 Staff Strength and Placement of the College ……………..47
3.6 Staff Training and Development in the College …………….49

CHAPTER FOUR: DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

4.1 Data Presentation ………………..62
4.1.1 Return of Questionnaire …………..62
4.2 Testing of Hypothesis ……….65
4.3 Discussion of Findings …………..73

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION

5.1 Summary ……76
5.2 Recommendations …………….77
5.3 Conclusion ……….78
Bibliography
Appendix

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the Study

Prior to the third republic in Nigeria, there has been a general resistance to investment in training in the public service because of the belief that an employee hired under a merit must be presumed to be qualified.

This assumption was later jettisoned as the need for training became obvious both in the private and public sector together with the expanding roles of the government and the civil services respectively.

Training further became necessary in view of advancement in modern world given the growing complexity of the work environment, the rapid change in organizational and technological advancement which in turn necessitates the need for training and development.

The role played by staff training can no longer to be over- emphasized as many have come to recognize that raining offers a way of developing skill, enhancing productivity, guaranteeing quality of work and building worker’s loyalty to the organization.

Organizational goals also keep changing in line with the realities of the time; technology keep getting sophisticated; customers and clients of organization become more choosy and conscious of their rights in demanding organizational projects and services, and organization product and service keep changing in response to their choice.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Abiodun, E.J.A (2008) Human Resources Management on Overview, Lagos: Concept Publication. Akpan, N.U. (1982) Public Administration in Nigeria. Longmans, P. 128.

Ayida, A. (1997) The Country’s Mountain of Manpower Problem: Management in Nigeria. Benin City: Africa FEP-Publishers Ltd.

Balogun, J. (2008) Managerial Efficiency in the Public Sector. Ile-ife: University of Ile-ife Press. Black, J. and Champion. D (1976) Method and Issues in Social Science Research; John Willey:New York.

Cole, G.A. (2002) Personnel and Human Resource Management. 5th Edition; London: Continuum.

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