「緑の雇用」研修生からみる研修の評価

Translated title of the contribution: Trainees' evaluation of the "Green Employment Project" training

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Abstract

As a countermeasure to the decrease in the numbers and aging of forestry laborers since the 1980s, the Japanese Forestry Agency has been conducting the "Green Employment Project" since 2003. This project aims to recruit new forestry workers and develop their abilities in forestry techniques. A questionnaire survey was conducted on "forest worker" trainees of the "Green Employment Project" in 2013 by the National Federation of Forest Owners' Co-operative Association. Survey slips were administered to 2,505 trainees after the Off-JT, and 1,839 slips were collected. Evaluations by the trainees based on the responses to the questionnaire were re-analyzed in this study. The results revealed that 1) training in logging and yarding techniques received a high evaluation among the Off-JT contents; 2) OJT received a positive evaluation from almost all trainees; and 3) there was no relationship between the evaluation of the training and the trainees' background, such as age, former job, academic background, and whether they were locals/settlers. Thus, the design of Off-JT and training framework of OJT by the forestry company are important factors to motivate trainees.</p>
Translated title of the contributionTrainees' evaluation of the "Green Employment Project" training
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)5
Journal森林利用学会誌
Volume32
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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