THE TRAINING NEEDS OF DAY CARE WORKERS
The main purpose of the study was to identify the training needs of daycare workers in CSWD, Ozamiz City. It gathered information on the profile of the day care workers in terms of age, educational attainment and length of service, trainings attended, and training needs of day care workers in terms of pre I school/day care programs, maintaining workplace safety, performing administrative function, technical skills, communication, and professionalism, significant difference between the day care workers' profile in terms of age, educational attainment, course taken, training attended, length of service and their training needs.
The test of significant difference focused on the day care workers' profile in terms of age, educational attainment, course taken, training attended, length of service and their training needs when grouped according to profile.
The descriptive method of research was utilized in this study and the questionnaire was used as the tool in gathering the data and information needed in this investigation. The respondents of this study were the day care workers under the CSWD in Ozamiz City. The data were treated using frequency and percentage, weighted mean and the chi-square to determine the significant difference in the training needs of the day care workers when grouped according to profile. Findings
The following are the findings of the study:
1. Profile of the Day Care Workers
1.1 Majority of the day care workers are 30 years and above. 1.2 The educational attainments of respondents are mostly in college level. 1.3 Most of the respondents are in 0-5 years in service. 1. Training Needs of the Day Care Workers
The training needs of the daycare workers in terms of pre-school/day care programs is mostly needed; maintaining workplace safety is needed; performing administrative function is needed; technical skills is somewhat needed; communication is mostly less...
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