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Title: A Study on the Training Needs of Employees Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority
A Study on the Training Needs of Employees Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority
Authors: Chih- Chien Lai
Vanda William
Keywords: Training
training needs
training programs
Training
training needs
training programs
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: The purposes of this research were to explore the training development processes of training programs at St. Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority (SLASPA), the training programs offered and the training need of employees at this organization. This study aims to understand and explore the relevant training and development needs issues of training programs at Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. Every organization undergo training programs for their employees therefore the study seeks to explore what strategies are used to discover the different training needs of employees and whether the training program meet those needs. This research utilized both the Quantitative and Qualitative method of data analysis. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, One Way Anova and document analysis. The participants for this study were employees from Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. A convenient sampling technique was adopted for data collection. A questionnaire with 28 items were used which utilized a five point Likert- scale ranging from 1, (highly dissatisfied) to 5 (highly satisfied). Out of the 200 questionnaires dispatched, 159 were retrieved, which represents 80 % response rate. The study unveiled that that employees are fairly satisfied with the training programs offered by Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. Finally, the findings revealed that the only demographic variable that has any significance to training is education. Employees listed a number of training needs, however, customer service and fire arm training were the two more frequently mentioned.
The purposes of this research were to explore the training development processes of training programs at St. Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority (SLASPA), the training programs offered and the training need of employees at this organization. This study aims to understand and explore the relevant training and development needs issues of training programs at Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. Every organization undergo training programs for their employees therefore the study seeks to explore what strategies are used to discover the different training needs of employees and whether the training program meet those needs. This research utilized both the Quantitative and Qualitative method of data analysis. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, One Way Anova and document analysis. The participants for this study were employees from Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. A convenient sampling technique was adopted for data collection. A questionnaire with 28 items were used which utilized a five point Likert- scale ranging from 1, (highly dissatisfied) to 5 (highly satisfied). Out of the 200 questionnaires dispatched, 159 were retrieved, which represents 80 % response rate. The study unveiled that that employees are fairly satisfied with the training programs offered by Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority. Finally, the findings revealed that the only demographic variable that has any significance to training is education. Employees listed a number of training needs, however, customer service and fire arm training were the two more frequently mentioned.
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