Project Evaluation Research of Labor Potential Development in Electrical and Electronic Industry
Keywords:Labor potential development, Evaluation research, Utilization-focused evaluation, Outcome-based evaluation
The purpose of this research was to evaluate the success project of labor potential development in the electrical and electronic industry.Â The sample populations were divided into 4 groups which consisted of 283 of technician group, 298 of the new graduates, 338 of the trainees of labor development, and 56 of group of personnel at the information lecturer level. The research instruments were: 1) Success evaluation form of getting jobs on the new graduates, 2) Evaluation form of applyingÂ knowledges from training to apply to the technician jobs, 3) Satisfaction evaluation form of the trainees on the activities of labor development, and 4) Interview form.Â Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, using SPSS for Windows.
The results of this research indicated that: 1) Technician group had the average of knowledge application on jobs at a high level in terms of self-development, work development and organization development, 2) The new graduates had the average of sense and success on getting jobs at a moderate level in every aspect in every year of study (2008-2010). However in 2011, the average of sense and success on getting job in terms of knowledges and competency was at a moderate level whereas the expectation and motivation were at a high level, 3) Almost all of the trainees of labor skills development were very much satisfied. The satisfaction on trainers were appropriate was at the highest level, and 4) lecturer personnel mostly applied the knowledges from training to convey by using single lecture the most.
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