Students perceptions of the adequacy of their training in Machine Shop Technology in five state-supported colleges in Western Visayas
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There are two institutions involved in the project in Western Visayas. These are the Western Visayas College of Science and Technology in Iloilo City and the Paglaum State College in Bacolod City. Under this project, the Western Visayas College of Science and Technology is allowed to offer (1) Automotive Technology, (2) Electronics Technology, (3) Mechanical Technology, and (4) Refrigeration and Air- Conditioning Technology. The Paglaum State College, on the other hand, is allowed to offer the following courses: (1) Electronics Technology- (2) Electrical Technology, and (3) Mechanical Technology. All these courses were first offered under the Diploma in Industrial Technician before the program was revised into the Three-Year Diploma of Technology. These two state colleges are offering also the two-year trade-technical courses which are at the same time sources of skilled workers and industrial technicians to meet the manpower requirements of our industry in the region. There are other state-supported colleges and schools which offer similar technical courses to what these state colleges are offering. These schools are encountering similar problems as earlier mentioned, especially the lack of tie-up and arrangements with the industrial sector to identify training needs and to ensure marketability of technical skills developed at the technical institutions which led to this study. The main purpose of this study was to find out the students' perceptions of the adequacy of their training in Machine Shop Technology on the knowledge and skills required of machinists in Western Visayas. More specifically, the study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What are the perceptions of students who underwent on—the—job training (OJT), of the adequacy of their training on the knowledge and skills required of machinists in the performance of their jobs in a particular occupation in machine shop in Western Visayas? 2. What are the perceptions of students who did not undergo on-the-job training, of the adequacy of their training on knowledge and skills needed by machinists in the performance of their jobs in a particular occupation in machine shop in Western Visayas? 3. What are the perceptions of the students about operating/running and or working conditions of the machines, equipment and tools that are available to them during their shop or laboratory instruction? 4. What are the students' perceptions of the accessibility or availability of the machines, equipment and tools during their shop instruction?
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Associated ContentJournal article published in Southeast Asia Journal
Alba, R. V. (1987). Students perceptions of the adequacy of their training in Machine Shop Technology in five state-supported colleges in Western Visayas (Unpublished Doctoral dissertation). Central Philippine University, Jaro, Iloilo City.
DepartmentSchool of Graduate Studies
DegreeDoctor of Education with specialization in Educational Administration
GSL Theses 378.242 Al13s
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