A Mixed Method Study on Trainees Satisfaction Towards Training Services

Amit Koirala, Basanti Roshan Pradhan Shrestha, Bishwas Gurung, Raju Bajracharya

Abstract

Training is a means to an end. It is not an end itself. Training is teaching or developing once knowledge, skills, capabilities and performance. In today’s world it is believe that training plays a vital role in developing human capabilities. So every training institute or training organization needs to understand their internal strengths, weakness and external opportunities and threats. Training institute for technical instruction (TITI) a pioneer institute in Nepal especially for providing skill based training in technical education and vocational training (TEVT) sector also need to identify its internal strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats. During its 25 years of excellence in training throughout Nepal and abroad its necessary to know TITI trainees satisfaction towards training services. 

In this context, we pursued to gain an in-depth understanding on satisfaction of trainees towards training services of TITI in respect towards teaching methodology. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur districts of Kathmandu Valley, Nepal were selected for the study. Eight key participants voluntarily participated in this study where as 343 respondents were surveyed using five points likert scale. A parallel mixed method approach was employed to gain insight into TITI trainee’s satisfaction towards TITI training services in respect to teaching methodology.

Keywords

Training, Trainees satisfaction, Training Institute for Technical Instruction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jtd.v2i0.15430

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