Vol. 1(1) pp. 006-013, June 2016  

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Implementation problems of apprenticeship training

Demessew Alemu Woldetsadik (Ph.D)

Federal Technical Vocational Education and Training Institute, P.O. Box: 29037 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

E-mail: dalemu12@yahoo.com, demessewalemu@gmail.com

Accepted 18 April 2016


The implementation of apprenticeship training program may start by setting clear objectives that can pass through a series of steps. Accordingly, it begins by conducting needs assessment. In doing this, it collects data to assist people in fulfilling their training needs. Cantor (1997) describes these steps as Mega, Macro and Micro levels. At Mega level, we ask a question of how apprenticeship training can meet the needs of the business community. In the next Macro level, we try to entertain the needs of both private and public TVET institutes by asking questions on how apprenticeship training assists to meet the instructional needs of the institutions. At the Micro level, the concern will be on how trainees’ apprenticeship can help them to meet their training needs.

Keywords: Implementation, Apprenticeship, and Training



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