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|Other Titles:||Effectiveness Evaluation of Training for Farmers Second Specialty|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The framers' training for second specialty has been an important strategy to increase the capability of local industrial development and to promote the transformation of agricultural labor force. However, since the training conducted, little systematic research has been held to explore the training effectiveness and any impossible affecting factors. This research was providing a framework of training transfer to for farmers second specialty from 2003 to 2005. For complete the research purposes, researchers designed the structured questionnaire to collect related data. 312 valid questionnaires were resources of statistic analysis. In factor analysis, researchers found farmers attended the second specialty training for different motives: learning, working, and outside stimulus. These motives would lead to different effect of training transfer-learning transfer or transfer to the working environment. In factor analysis of social support, researchers also found trainees will receive tree types of support: working, spiritual, and transferring. The social support had been validated as the key success factors in affecting transfer performance of farmers second specialty training. Taking one step ahead, if researchers controlled the characteristics of trainees and the institutes of in charge, working motive, need satisfaction, and working support were the main factors to affect the extent of training transfer to the working environment. Otherwise, spiritual support would lead to learning transfer. The results of open questionnaires and telephone interviews were coincident with the statistic analysis of research findings.
|Appears in Collections:||技術及職業教育學報|
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