Impact of the career path requirements in determining the type of training program

Abstract

The research deals with the important and modern two subject (career path and the type of training program), and tries to find identify the extent of the impact of the requirements of a career path in determining the type of training program in the Ministry of Oil.In order to achieve the aim of the research was the formulation of the following hypothesis: the impact of the requirements of the career path a meaningful moral influence in determining the type of training program.The survey was adopted in the search, and sample consisted of (75) people were a factor in the Oil Ministry of People's managers and officials and staff, and used the questionnaire as an essential tool for data collection. For the purpose of data processing has been the use of a set of statistical methods (frequency distribution, percentages, and standard deviation, and coefficient of variation, and simple deviation coefficient). The research consisted of four parts the first devoted to the research methodology and the second to the theoretical concepts to the requirements of a career path and type of the training program and the third for data analysis and interpretation of the results of the search and final variables included the most important conclusions and recommendations reached by the search. Based on the measured variables research, diagnosis and effect relationship between test requirements and the type of career path training program research found a set of conclusions illusion: proven health effect hypothesis that the presence of the impact of the requirements of a career path in determining the type of training program The research concluded with a set of recommendations, including: the need to bring staff at the end of their career to training courses prepare them for retirement, as well as providing them with appropriate security. The need to provide the facilities required for individuals to reaching a career path that was specified line managers urged to provide the necessary information to their subordinates for workflow steps each track.