The importance of training both old and new employees in an organization particularly in modern business organizations cannot be over emphasized. It is eviolent that new jobs usually required training in new skill.
The fact that in service training helps to eliminate the numerous problems faced by old employees in coping with the new technological trends is self evialent
In addition the motivation of employees who have just been used or promoted is likely high. Though training may become more problematic when it involves experience employees who require additional training to enhance their performance. The training needs of such employees are not always easy to determine, even when determined the individuals involved may resent being asked to change their established way of doing their jobs.
The purpose of in service training is usually to achieve some set goals, which will be beneficiary to both the individuals and the organizations. This training is usually mapped out mainly for people already in service and it is geared towards improving their abilities in their jobs.
TABLE OF CONTENT
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Table of content
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of problems
1.3 Purpose of study
1.4 Research questions
1.5 Delimitation of the study
1.6 Significance of the study
2.1 Concept of in-service training
2.2 Relevance of training
2.3 Strategies for improving the functionalities of in service training of secretaries.
2.4 The need for in service training
2.5 Types of in service training
2.6 Planning of in service programme
2.7 The focus of in service training
2.8 Importance of in service training.
2.9 Summary of related literature
3.1 Design of the study
3.2 Area for the study
3.3 Population for the study
3.4 Sample and sampling procedure
3.5 Instrument for data collection
3.6 Validity of the instrument
3.7 Reliability of the instrument
3.8 Method of data collection
3.9 Method of data analysis.
DATA PRESENTATION AND RESULT OF FINDINGS
SUMMARY, DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1 Research findings
5.2 Discussion of findings
5.6 Suggestion for further study
5.7 Limitations of the study