Attitudes of Agricultural Extension Agents toward Agricultural Extension Training
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2012, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 8-23
AbstractThe aim of this study is to determine the attitudes of the trainees toward the agricultural extension trainings which were conducted by the general foundation of agricultural co-operation and extension. Their attitudes were the practical elements of training of the trainee and trainers, training programs, method of teaching, certain explanations, actual locations, training capability available and their relation to the success of these training periods. The researcher was dependent on an informatory questionnaire to collect data. A total of (92) trainers were used and data were analyzed by (spss) statically program . This analysis was dependent on the percentages and mathematical means to describe the individual characteristics of sample and lacer scale was used to determine the attitudes of the trainees toward of training courses. Results showed that the trainee (% 82. 6) attitudes toward the training practice scaled in general form negative to neutral. Also , result showed that the trainee attitudes toward the trainers the training facilities and training material were scaled from neutral (%79. 3 ) to negative (%92 . 4) . The trainee attitudes toward the trainers and training inclusions were scaled from neutral (%91 . 3) to positive (%89. 1) while the their trends toward the capability element were negative (%48 . 9) . This study has given certain recommendations by which give arisen to the training ability.
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