The Implementation of National Service Training Program

Volume 6 Issue 3 (July 2021)
Eleanor Gatchalian-Garingan
Pages: 194-207 Download Count : 141 View Count: 606 DOI Number . Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley

Abstract:


The aim of the current study is to ascertain the level of operation of NSTP also the degree of weightiness of complications encountered by the respondents along choices of anxiety as program aims, management and operation, program activity workforce and personnel expansion, civic packaged, resource management in addition data organization then database assessment. Within the scope of this general aim the following question is sought an answer: Do degree of weightiness of complications encountered by the respondents in joining the activities change significantly in terms of (1) gender, (2) age (3) civil status, (4) ethnic affiliation (5) educational attainment (6) number of years of experience in NSTP variables? The present study has the characteristics of descriptive model. The participants include 286 implementers and students who take weightiness of complications at 2014- 2015 Academic year at Quirino State University. Questionnaire was used to gather evidence from the respondents. Facts were statistically evaluated by means of mean, t-test also F-test: all were employed in SPSS. According to results, areas of concern of the program should be fully implemented, supervised, and monitored. Sex, age, civil status, ethnic affiliation, highest educational attainment, and years in NSTP affects the degree of weightiness of complications encountered by the respondents in joining the activities.

Keywords

  • National service training program
  • literacy training service
  • civic welfare training service
  • reserve officer training corps
  • program component
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