EFFECT OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHEME ON THE TRAINING OF OFFICE MANAGERS IN SELECTED TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH EAST ZONE OF NIGERIA

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This research work was carried out to investigate the effect of industrial training scheme on the training of Office Managers.  It was discussed under the following sub headings according to the purpose of the study: Objectives of Industrial Training, benefits derived from Industrial Training, causes and remedies to the poor implementation of Industrial Training programme. It was observed that the management problem of industrial training on the training of Office Managers was on how to achieve the organizational goal, poor visitation of students by supervision staff during training and non-payment to students on attachment.  This study helps students to achieve the practical aspect of learning, which enables them to perfect on the theoretical training.  The population of the study was made up of 253 managerial students both Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Federal Polytechnic Oko and Abia State Polytechnic Aba.  Four (4) research questions were formulated which guided the study. Thirty (30) structured questionnaires were used for data collection which was distributed to 165 managerial students from HNDI and HNDII in the selected tertiary institutions.  Also, tables, percentile method were used in the analysis of data collected and the statistical tool employed in testing the hypothesis was Chi Square.  The findings reveal that the programme organized by the industrial training fund is relevant to students involved in skilled courses.  It was recommended that the activities of the establishment in which they had their IT exposure are related to their course of study.  There should be a line between the industries and schools so that the performance reports of the students would be sent to Industrial Training Fund (ITF) office after each industrial training experience for further assessment. 


Table of Content
Titlei
Approval ii
Dedicationiii
Acknowledgementiv
Table of Contentv
List of Tablesvii
List of Figureviii
Abstractix

CHAPTER ONE
Introduction
1.1Background of the Study1
1.2Statement of the Problem3
1.3Objective of the Study4
1.4Research Question5
1.5Research Hypothesis5
1.6Significance of the Study6
1.7Scope of the Study7

CHAPTER TWO
Review of Related Literature
2.1The Aims and Objectives of Industrial Training8
2.2Benefits Derived from Industrial Training12
2.2.1Impact of Information Technologies in Offices15
2.2.2Information Technology Skills16
2.3Causes of Poor Implementation of IT Programme17
2.3.1Bodies Involved in the Management of SIWES20
2.4The Remedies to the Poor Implementation of the Programme21
2.4.1Industrial Training Fund Services23
2.4.2Performance Monitoring and Publication30
2.4.3Grievances and Redress Mechanism30
2.4.4Obligation and Expectations of ITF31
2.5Summary of Literature Review33

CHAPTER THREE
Research Methodology
3.1Design of the Study35
3.2Area of Study36
3.3Population of the Study36
3.4Sample and Sampling Technique37
3.5Method of Data Collection38
3.6Questionnaire Administration39
3.7Validation of the Instrument39
3.8Method of Data Analysis39

CHAPTER FOUR
Presentation and Analysis of Data
4.1Research Question One41
4.2Testing of Hypothesis47
4.3Discussion of Findings58

CHAPTER FIVE
Summary of Findings, Conclusions and 
Recommendations
5.1Restatement of the Problem59
5.2Summary of Findings59
5.3Conclusions60
5.4Recommendations61
5.5Limitation of Study63
5.6Suggestions for Further Study63
References64
Appendix 66
Questionnaire67


List of Tables
Table IComposition of Population According to the Institutions37
Table IISampling of the Study38
Table IIIResearch Question One41
Table IVResearch Question Two43
Table VResearch Question Three44
Table VIResearch Question Four45
Table VIIObserved and Expected Frequency for Research
Question One49
Table VIIIObserved and Expected Frequency for Research
Question Two50
Table IXObserved and Expected Frequency for Research
Question Three51
Table XObserved and Expected Frequency for Research
Question Four52
Table XIChi Square Test Statistics Computation No. 153
Table XIIChi Square Test Statistics Computation No. 254
Table XIIIChi Square Test Statistics Computation No. 355
Table XIVChi Square Test Statistics Computation No. 457

List of Figures
Fig. 1Structure of Industrial Training Fund27
EFFECT OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHEME ON THE TRAINING OF OFFICE MANAGERS IN SELECTED TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH EAST ZONE OF NIGERIA
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