Job training satisfaction: exploring the role of attitudes and expectations in the Saudi context

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Author: Albogami, Motheeb Mohammad

Abstract:

Lifelong learning has become a demand of the work market, as a result it is necessary to optimize the outcomes of job training. Measuring training effectiveness has been shown as a crucial element in human resource research. One of the main components of training evaluation is trainees' satisfaction - their perceived happiness with the training delivered. In fact, trainees' satisfaction could be influenced by some aspects such as attitudes and expectations. Attitudes toward work and self-characteristics influence a trainee's ability to learn and develop and so do expectations of job...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Workforce development; Teaching and learning; Research; Outcomes

Keywords: Client satisfaction; Staff development; Off the job training; Cultural aspects; Social aspects; Learning motivation; Attitude

Geographic subjects: Saudi Arabia; Middle East

Published: Melbourne, Victoria: Monash University, 2019

Physical description: 293 p.

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https://doi.org/10.26180/5cd043e84c05c

Notes:
A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Monash University, 2019

Resource type: Thesis

Call number: TD/TNC 139.658

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