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Factors influencing effective implementation of training programmes in parastatal organizations in Tanzania, the case of Tanzania electric supply company (tanesco) limited, dar es salaam and coast zone

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Jackson E. Muhoho
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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This paper aimed at analyzing “Factors Affecting Effective Implementation of Training Programs in Tanzania‘s Parastatal Organizations, the case of TANESCO, Dar-es-Salaam and Coastal Zone offices. The study was consistently guided by following objectives: to find out whether Tanesco has workable annual training program; to identify whether the yearly training program. Supported by a Corresponding budget; to find out whether there are procedures for selecting prospective trainees; to describe the social factors constraining effective implementation of training Program at TANESCO;to identify measures taken by TANESCO to address employees social factors limiting effective implementation of training program. The study adopted a case study approach. A sample of 274 employees was drawn using both simple random and purposive sampling methods. Data were collected by questionnaires, interviews, and documentary reviews. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used. Microsoft Excel software was also used to provide statistical tools of data analysis. The study revealed number of factors that may negatively affect effective implementation of training programs in parastatal organizations; these factors are two main categories: Firstly, Organization factors such as lack of training needs analysis, lack of sensitization of employees on existence of training program, shortage of training budget, lack of training programs evaluation; Secondly, Sociological factors such as age characteristics, marital status, family responsibilities and low level of education. The study recommends enhancement of training programs through the following; Develop uniform Training Needs Analysis (TNA) framework to improve efficiency of training function; improve clarity in program scope and objectives; Conduct evaluation after every training session and provide timely feedback to trainees; Increasing adequate budget allocation; improve process openness and transparency in Implementing training program and let every individual effectively participate in determining type of training they need ;and adapt Blended Learning Program Model (Garvey,2011) and Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Model,1975.

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