The adequacy of the industrial attachment for the printing technician trainees
Mondwe, Jillo Reuben
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The study sought to post-evaluate the adequacy of industrial attachment for the printing technician trainees. The study was restricted to Nairobi and not the whole country due to time and financial constraints. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The quota sampling method applied had targeted a sample population of 50 technicians and 50 trainees. Nevertheless, 88 percent of the respondents were achieved. The data was collected using a self administered set or questionnaire that consisted of both structured and unstructured questions. The data collected was analysed and processed to obtain measures of central tendencies such as mean, standard deviation, variance and co-efficient or correlation. The major findings of the study indicate that there are some factors that are imparting negatively to the adequacy of the industrial attachment for printing technician trainees. These factors have been identified and recommendations made, that if implemented, hopefully will enhance the adequacy of the exercise. The research work includes chapters on Introduction to the study, Literature Review, Research Methodology, Data Analysis &. Presentation of Results, Summary of the Findings, Conclusion & Recommendations and Appendices.