Position of the Elements of Educational in Specialized Efficiency of Trainings the Cooperative Soldiers Sweetheart

Jourabloo, Hassan
June 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p30
Academic Journal
In this study, the effects of several individual and training factors on effectiveness of specialized trainings for university graduated that work as promoters in cooperation section have been investigated. Investigated factors have been included individual properties, basic training of participants and training factors like variables related to programming and training management and the condition of course s holding. Effectiveness of courses has been based of operation definition including adaptation of soldiers serving in cooperative needs to content of courses. In this research have been used from descriptive statistics especially correlation coefficient and regression analytic for analysis of relationship between variables and determining of more important factors. Findings of research indicated that soldiers serving in cooperative have been emphasized on quality of training management rather than other factors. In additionally, promotion of light, physical location of course and the number of training course staff have been known that are more effective rather that other factors. Furthermore, findings show that however holding of course as concentrated from view of participates have been taken in good part but partnership of them has not taken as ancestral in course duration. In other hand, between the variables and related factors to content, methods and training planning have been more effective on training effectiveness. These finding as well as is indicating the importance and position of the training program and necessarily of more attention to that course; Actually, this results show the effects of management and training programming factors on training effectiveness. If we put these findings with relative satisfaction of addressers of educations holding management together, we can extract that education managers had more emphasis on educations operation management rather than education planning.


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