QUESTIONNAIRE FOR VET DIRECTORS & SCHOOL DIRECTOR. SEMOR- Enhancing Employment Opportunities for Vet-Learners with "Red Book"
Please number the following from 1 to 5 according to their importance:
1 is the lowest score and 5 is the highest score. Please tick.
A. Job Survey/Analysis of Business Market
1.Directors investigate the needs of business market.
2. School directors communicate with the enterprises.
3.There is a strong communication between employers and directors.
4.Directors regularly collect data from the small enterprises regarding the needs and innovations in business market.
5.School directors collaborate with vet teachers and trainers to find the solutions.
B. The needs of Vet Curriculum
1.There is no connection between vet curriculum and business market.
2.The curriculum requires that vet learners and teachers get necessary qualifications in their professions.
3.Teachers/trainers can easily share the problems about vet curriculum with the school board.
4.The curriculum is independent from the business market.
5.The practical classes, workshop practices, job shadowing and real business life practices are enough for vet learners.
C. The needs of Vet Learners
1.The students do not search for information about vet schools.
2.The students do not know anything about vet programs until they start their education in vet schools.
3.There is a lack of technology in the workshops.
4.The curriculum requires that vet learners gain necessary qualifications in their future professions.
5.They do not have required materials in workshops to practice.
D. Career Planning
1.The school counselling service is very effective to guide learners.
2. The school counsellors have tests to identify vet learners’ skills and features.
3.The vet teachers work with the counselling service collaboratively to assign vet learners to appropriate professions.
4.There are sufficient counselling activities in the schools.
5.Vet learners can quite easily use counselling services.
E. Trainings for vet learners/teachers/trainers
1.Vet teachers and trainers have a sufficient number of in-service trainings during the year.
2.Vet learners have special courses in their professions. (for example, welders can do a laser welding course.)
3.The school board organizes courses for vet learners and teachers. (for example; IT courses, AUTOCAD, etc.)
4.Vet teachers & trainers collaborate with their colleagues from different schools.
5.Vet teachers & trainers monitor the modern techniques and innovations in their fields.
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