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Title: Office Education: Graduates’ Perception of Training Received
Authors: Igbinedion, V. I
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: African Journal of Education. An official Journal of the Faculty of Education, University of Benin, Benin City.
Series/Report no.: 6;1
Abstract: This study investigated the perception of office education graduates on the level of training they received. The purpose of the investigation was to ascertain whether the Office Education graduates from the three levels of tertiary institutions in Nigeria perceive the training they received from their institution as high or low. This was against the background of their training compete for the same office jobs on the basis of their common skills acquired in training. Secondly, it sought to know ether there as a difference in the perception of graduates with regards to the level of training received from these institutions. The result of the study revealed that there was high level of perception of training received by graduates from the three levels of tertiary institutions. The study also established that the polytechnic graduates have a higher level of perception of the training they received. Based on this recommendations were made.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/479
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