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Abstract

ASSESSMENT OF SKILLS ACQUISITION OF METALWORK TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS OF NIGERIA CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (TECHNICAL)

Abubakar Ibrahim Muhammad* and Adamu Yusuf Sawaba

ABSTRACT

The study designed to determine the level of technical skills attained Metalwork Technology students of Nigeria Certificate in Education (Technical) and factors that affect the level of technical skills. A total of 38 Metalwork students and 16 lecturers/instructors served as the respondents for the research. In order to determine the reliability of the instrument a test re-test was employed while to compute the reliability coefficient instrument used to determine that moment the reliability coefficient used in calculating Pearson product moment correlation coefficient was employed. The reliability was 0.73 while the hypothesis was significant at .05 level. The study found that metalwork technology students demonstrated low level of technical skills. The study recommended that Computer Numerical Control and modernize tools and equipment, should be available to teach students in the colleges.

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