Assessing the Impact of In-Service Training on Staff Performance at University of Education, Winneba Campus, Ghana

  • C Okae-Anti

Abstract



In-Service training (INSET) is an important means through which staff are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to improve overall goals and departmental objectives. The extent to which INSET achieves or impacts on organisational and individual performance is often questioned. Winneba Winneba Campus. Using an open and closed questionnaire, views where solicited from the non-teaching staff on the effectiveness of the forms of training method/delivery; impact on task/job) and how it had enhanced job as well as career development of staff. Descriptive statistics was used in the analysis. The outcome was that training had an impact on staff performance in terms of knowledge and skills gained. It was recommended that more research is undertaken on all UEW campuses to add to both literature and knowledge of INSET.

Keywords: Staff Performance, In-Service Training, Staff Development

International Journal of Educational Research Vol. 3 (2) 2007 pp. 217-224
Published
2008-05-27
Section
Articles

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eISSN: 1595-8485