Strategies of Promoting Technical Skill Training in Technical Training Institutions in Kenya
|Author(s)||by George Mungiria Muthaa|
|Keywords||Strategies, Promoting, Technical skill training.|
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Technical education and training provides necessary skill for individual and national development. Successful governments have emphasized on the role of technical training for industrial development. However, the quality of training in Technical Training institutions is an issue of concern. This study sought to determine the strategies that could be adopted to promote training in Technical Training Institutions. The study adopted the descriptive survey research design. A sample size of 384 respondents participated in the study. These included trainers, graduates and employers. Questionnaires and interview schedules were used to collect data. The study established that Technical Training institutions trained with inadequate and obsolete facilities. The study recommends that there is an urgent need to modernize the training equipment and review the curriculum in the light of the changing technology and market skill needs.
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