International Journal of
Vocational and Technical Education

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Voc. Tech. Educ.
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJVTE
  • Start Year: 2009

IJVTE Articles in press

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Factors that influence the choice of learners against choosing Metalwork as learning subject at a Malawi Secondary School level

Although metalwork is perceived as one of the subjects that imparts essential skills for post-secondary education survival, learners in secondary school shy away from learning the subject. The purpose of the study was to investigate the factors that influence the decisions made by secondary school learners to opt to study metalwork or not. One hundred and forty-four secondary school learners, both boys and girls, were...

Author(s):Wonderful W.H. Dzekedzeke

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Technical and Employability Skills of Mechanical Engineering Student of Vocational High School (4and 3 Years) in Indonesia

This research aims to study the level of the technical and employability skills of mechanical engineering students of vocational high school (4 and 3 years VHS) in Indonesia. The study applies non experimental quantitative research design, Questionnaire was used to collect data. The population of the study is class XII student with expertise in Mechanical Engineering at VHS in Makassar and Surabaya cities. The total...

Author(s): Soetyono Iskandar

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This paper focuses on the influence the acceptance of the National Business and Technical Education Board (NABTEB) certificate for admission into the Nigerian universities and polytechnics has on the supply of craftsmen labour to the construction industry market. The research quantitatively verified the extent to which the main mission of producing craftsmen for the industry is being pursued by the Technical Schools in...

Author(s): P O Lawal fniqs, rqs

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Factors Affecting TVET Responsiveness to Youth Employability: Reflection on Practices of Competency-Based Provisions in Arsi Zone of Oromia Regional State

This research investigated factors affecting the responsiveness of TVET to youth job-creation in Arsi Zone. Descriptive survey design was used in the research. Data were collected from randomly selected 120 TVET trainees in three TVET colleges. and three purposively selected officials of the respective colleges. Three purposively selected instructors (n=12) from each college and five deans (including one more from...

Author(s):Endalew Fufa

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The Effectiveness of Product-Oriented Learning among Technical Students with Different In Psychomotor

The appropriate learning method contributes to improve students’ achievement and interest in different psychomotor especially in Electromagnetism topics. In the world of technical learning, psychomotor skills affect the students’ motivation. Therefore, students should know the exact learning methods in their learning psychomotor skills so that it may help to improve the performance and also their interest in attaining...


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The purpose of this study was to determine the readiness of agricultural science teachers in Edo State to undertake Supervised Agricultural Experience Program. The population included all agricultural science teachers (N=360) in Edo State from which a purposive sample of 275 were drawn. A total of 250 (92.60%) copies of a 50-item questionnaire distributed were correctly filled and used for this study. Data were analyzed...

Author(s):SABASTINE BAMIDELE ALFRED and Canice N Ikeoji

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Challenges of effective Vocational Education implementation as perceived by Vocational teachers in Ibarapa Central Area of Oyo state, Nigeria

The study was carried out to research into the vocational teachers perception of the challenges of effective vocational training implementation in the study area. Questionnaire was used to elicit data from 120 selected vocational teachers within Ibarapa central Local Government area. However, ranked with their mean, the research reveals that peoples attitude towards vocational training ranked 1st. problems of remuneration...

Author(s):Adeosun ayodele olayinka

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