Proposal Off the Job Training

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THE INFLUENCE OF OFF MINISTRIES

(A CASE STUDY OF MINISTRY OF LANDS MERU)

– THE – JOB TRAINING ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN GOVERNMENT

BY:

FLORAH KAARI M’NANU

ADMIN NO: BUS- 1 – 0493 – 2/2010

SUPERVISOR: LUCY MUTWIRI

A RESEARCH PROJECT PRESENTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE OF KENYA METHODIST UNIVERSITY.

APRIL 2013

DECLARATION

I declare that this is my original work and never been presented to any other institution for the award of a degree.

SIGNATURE:………………………………………. DATE: ………………………………..

FLORAH KAARI M’NANU

This project has been submitted for examination with approval of the university supervisor.

SIGN: …………………………………………. DATE: ………………………………………

NAME: MRS. LUCY MUTWIRI

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DEDICATION

I wish to dedicate this project to my children Brian, Sheila and Lenny for their moral support. Your understanding and encouraging words during hard, busy days when I had to do this work.

May God bless you.

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ACKNOWLDGEMENT

I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for the guidance given to me by the project supervisor Lucy Mutuiri whose guidance provided a framework to enable me compile this project.

Madam Lucy your tireless effort patient and generosity are worth remembering especially during my regular visits and calls I made to correct errors.

I sincerely extend my heartfelt gratitude to the ministry of lands and especially my office, and immediate supervisor Mr. Mbiti for his patience and understanding.

Last but not least would like to give thanks to my friend George for your encouragement.

The good and merciful God, who has seen me through it all, thank you for always being there for me.

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ABSTRACT

Off the job training is the situation where employees are trained out of site that is area outside the actual work environment. It is done using lectures, case studies, role playing simulation among others. The study intended to examine the influence of off the job training on employee perform in the ministry of lands. The objective of the study was to find out the influence of off the job training and to determine whether the training available has any effect on performance and challenges of lack of skilled workers and more specifically To find out the effect of off-the –job training on performance of employees in the selected departments in the ministry of land in Meru District.To identify the methods of off- the – job training used by the selected departments.To establish if the impact of work environment on employee performance in the various departments in the ministry of land in Meru District.To determine the number of employees who have had some off-the-job training in the last five years, in various departments in the ministry of land in Meru District. The study adopted descriptive design as it gives intensive and detailed description of existing phenomenon with intent of employing data to justify and make plans that are more intelligent. The target population included all the departments of the ministry of land in Imenti North District in Kenya.

In the development of organizations, training plays a vital role, improving performance as well as increasing productivity, and eventually putting companies in the best position to face competition and stay at the top.Job involvement is supposed to be a very vital element which plays an important role for human resource as well as for the organization. If employees are whole heartedly involved in all the issues which are directly related to their job assignment, then they try to take initiatives to remove many problems.Job training involvement is the degree to which an individual identifies psychologically with the job and Training is a key element...
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