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Assessing the efficiency of the training process within the ministry of social affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Obaid, Mohammed Al (2007) Assessing the efficiency of the training process within the ministry of social affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Masters thesis, Durham University.



Training is the main goal of any organization that has to apply itself to achieve objectives, and it can be helpful to change the whole work environment by developing the human resources of the organization. Training presents the harmony between the progress of the organization and the development of the employees, which means that whenever there is a training programmes implemented within the organization, there is a progress and increased high performance for both organization and employees. This study examines the training process of the Ministry of Social Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and demonstrates the training procedures used in this Ministry. Its purpose is to present recommendations and suggestions of the way to improve the efficiency of training programmes within the Ministry based on the results of the evaluation process of this study. It shows that the sample of this study is the employees of the Ministry only, non managers or supervisors. The questionnaire method used in this study, and the questionnaires were distributed on the employees by using self-administrated technique which will enable the researcher to get much responses. This indicates that the descriptive statistical analysis was employed in this study in the form of frequencies and percentages. The statistical analysis SPSS was used in this study to analyze the results of the questionnaires, which demonstrates that the training process of the Ministry is not affective and not performing sufficiently, and presents that there are some obstacles that stand against the development of the training in the Ministry.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Award:Master of Arts
Thesis Date:2007
Copyright:Copyright of this thesis is held by the author
Deposited On:08 Sep 2011 18:30

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