Effect of Government Youth Development Training on Knowledge, Skill, and Attitude of the Incumbents in Barisal Division of Bangladesh

  • Md. Mokhlesur Rahman Senior Instructor (Livestock) Youth Training Center, Jhalokathi, Bangladesh.
  • Md. Mamun-ur-Rashid Professor, Department of Agricultural Extension & Rural Development, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh.
  • Baduzzaman . Professor, Department of Economics and Sociology, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh.
  • Shekhar Mondal Lecturer, Department of Agricultural Extension & Rural Development, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh.

Abstract

With the aim of evaluating the effect of Government Youth Development Training on the KSA of the incumbents, this research used structured interview schedule and accomplished face-to-face interview of 142 randomly selected trainees from four purposefully selected Youth Training Centers. A strong positive significant change of KSA occurred due to the training and major change happened in knowledge followed by skill and attitude. The regression analysis shows that the traits of the trainers, location of the training center, and regularity in class attendance had significant relationship with knowledge change of the incumbents, while the traits of the trainers, experience of other trainings, and location of the training centers were significant determinants of skill change. Continuous improvement of trainer’s traits as well as inclusion of more practical field works in training sessions, and frequent evaluation of each training program based on KSA( Knowledge Skill & Attitude) is crucial to improve the effect of government youth development training in the study area.
Keywords: Youth training, Behavior change, Bangladesh.

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Rahman, M. M., Mamun-ur-Rashid, M., ., B., & Mondal, S. (2020, January 13). Effect of Government Youth Development Training on Knowledge, Skill, and Attitude of the Incumbents in Barisal Division of Bangladesh. International Journal of Education, Training and Learning, 4(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33094/6.2017.2020.41.1.7
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