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THE IMPACT OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET) ON COMPANY PERFORMANCE – CASE STUDY: CDC BOTA LIMBE

By EMILE NJABA NDELLE | Department of Business and Management Studies | Human Resource Management

ABSTRACT

This research seeks to assess the impact of Vocational Education and Training (VET) on company performance. It focuses on the effects that VET can have on a company as well as the workers in order to enhance productivity. Simple random sampling was used to select a sample of workers. Questionnaires were given to this sample population and personal interview was conducted with some heads of services. The variables on which data for this research was collected were based on the specific research questions which are: Does VET have a positive impact on company performance? Does the level of performance of the individuals in the company vary according to the level or size of VET? And lastly, does VET guarantee employability? The findings revealed that VET does have a positive impact, levels of performance vary according to VET size, and that VET does guarantee employability. One main problem is that the present review did not attempt to assess the precise values of the parameters reported, although it is concerned with the direction and strength of the relationships. The focus is more on the nature of the key indicators and the variables used in studies and the general nature of the relationships established. It is therefore important for the Government to increase the flexibility of VET within the mainstream education system. Also, employers should endeavor to provide vocational training to employees even after employment to enhance their skills and career development. Download

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