THE ROLE OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHEME ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MANPOWER IN SELETED BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT IN ANAMBRA STATE

ABSTRACT
The topic of this research is the role of industrial Training scheme on the Development of manpower in selected business Establishment in Anambra state. At the time of writing this project, five companies Ibeto Group of Company and Premier Brewery Onitsha, ITF area office Awka, Lento Aluminum Company Awka and Nigeria Brewery Onitsha  were sampled for the survey. In collecting the data for this research, the instrument used were the questionnaire. The need for business establishment to embark on industrial training was introduced. The researcher found out that  the employers of labour witness work  improvements of workers trained with ITF training programmes. The researcher recommended that the training programmes of ITF should be wide enough to cover the specific need of the contributing company. From the analysis of the data collected, the researcher found out that ITF is doing a good job though it has some problems hindering its progress. The research ended up in concluding, summarizing and putting up a number of recommendations for further studies.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Table of contents
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE: 

Introduction                                                                                               

1.1            Background of the Study
1.2            Statement of the Problem       
1.3            Purpose of the Study
1.4            Research Questions
1.5            Significance of the Study
1.6            Scope of the Study
1.7            Definitions of Terms

CHAPTER TWO:

Literature Review

2.0 Introduction

2.1 How ITF Meets the Training needs of the Contributing Companies
2.2     The extent at which ITF’s training affects the acquisition
of skills of its participant
2.3     The Place of Industrial Training in Achieving Organizational
 Objectives

CHAPTER THREE:            

Research Design and Methodology                                                  

3.1     Research Design

3.2            Area of the Study

3.3             Population of the Study
3.4            Sample of the Study
3.5            Sources of Data
3.6              Instrument for Data Collection
3.7            Validation of Instrument        
3.8              Reliability of the Instrument
3.9     Method of Data Analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
Data Presentation and Analysis
CHAPTER FIVE                            
Summary of Findings, Conclusion and Recommendations
5.1            Summary of Finding
5.2            Conclusion
5.3             Recommendations
References
Appendix
Questionnaire


CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1     Background to the Study
          Some years back, the concept of training and development of manpower in some business establishment were vaguely understood in most of our developing countries. This was supported by Dr. Akinku in his book “Nigeria Today” when he said; we are yet to find out what it is, are the 4m’s absent in our midst. All efforts to improve on our productivity yield no result. Referring to his 4m’s, he meant Man, Materials, Machines and Money.
          With the turn of events, and increased awareness both the developed and developing countries have come to appreciate the problem of employee development and training in many organizations.
          In his inaugural lecture on supervisor management training course. Layemo said that the basic problem of developing countries is not lack of natural resource but the underdevelopment of their human/manpower resources.
          In a similar perspective, Eze in his book” sources of management motivation”, showed that manpower in the third world countries are underdeveloped.
          In support of this, a report by Ashby of (1959:58) showed that manpower resources in the third world countries were still developing.
          Following Ashby’s recommendation, the National manpower Board was established in 1962. As a follow up, the manpower in 1963 undertook a comprehensive manpower survey which brought to governments notice the following.
a.     The quality of management in all level is one of the major problems of economic development.
b.     The need for effective co-ordination to avoid unnecessary duplication of efforts in manpower training.
In 1969, the International Labour Organization (ILO) emphasized the inadequate of manpower development programmes in Nigeria which was necessary for her to carry out her economic development plan occasioned by the civil war, hence the need for rehabilitations, required to develop technical and progression of manpower training.
     The second National manpower development plan (1970:74) also said that there was high level of incompetence in positions in our industries and it identified the following factors as  being responsible for it
a.     Inadequacy of education and professional qualification
b.     Poor quality of employees
c.      Inadequate experience.

Irrespective of these poor quality skilled manpower, employers have neglected the need to train their workers for increased productivity and efficiency of their work. The federal government create industrial training fund in 1971 by decree No 47 and its main objective is to promote and encourage the acquisition of skills with a view to generate a pool of indigenous trained manpower sufficient to meet the developing needs of the country.

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