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Volume 5 Issue 6
Implementation of Civic Welfare Training Service: An Assessment
|Author(s)||Rian P. Maisog|
|Abstract||This study aimed to assess the implementation of Civic Welfare Training Service program focused on the college students in private schools located in Valencia City, Bukidnon. Specifically this study sought to: describe the profile of the respondents; identify the respondents’ attitude towards Civic Welfare Training Service; ascertain the level of implementation of the CWTS program; determine the adequacy of the facilities and equipment needed for the instruction of CWTS program; correlate the profile of the respondents in terms of age, gender, civil status, type of high school graduated from, adequacy of facilities and equipment, attitude, and their assessment on the level of the implementation of CWTS program; and lastly, evaluate which of the variables best predict the level of implementation of CWTS.
A researcher-made questionnaire for the students was used to ascertain implementation on the CWTS program based from the NSTP manual. Structured interview questionnaire was also administered for detailed information on the implementation of CWTS program in the schools where the students are currently enrolled. Frequency distribution and percentage was used to describe the respondents profile, weighted mean was used to answer the second, third and fourth objectives, Pearson r coefficient correlation analysis was used to answer the fifth objective and the stepwise regression analysis was used in order to answer the sixth objective of the study.
Majority of the respondents were 17–18 years old. Most of the respondents were female. Almost 100% of them are still single and were graduates of private schools from the different towns in Bukidnon. The study signifies that students who graduated from private schools were likely to enroll in private schools for their tertiary education.
Nevertheless, the students’ attitude towards the implementation of CWTS was positive and majority of the students agreed the effective implementation of CWTS in their schools.
The level of implementation of CWTS in terms of health, education, public safety, morale of citizenry, and protection of the environment was satisfactorily implemented while promotion of entrepreneurship and recreation was fairly implemented.
Respondent’s profile does not affect the implementation of the CWTS program. Meanwhile, positive attitude of the students towards CWTS and the adequacy of the facilities and equipment correlate positively to the level of implementation of CWTS.
Study further account that the adequacy of facilities and equipment, and the attitude of the students towards CWTS are the variables that best predict the level of implementation of CWTS.
|Keywords||Implementation, Civic Welfare Training Service, Assessment|
|Field||Sociology > Education|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||Implementation of Civic Welfare Training Service: An Assessment - Rian P. Maisog - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8955|
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