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Evaluation survey of the Korea/US participant training program

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Title Evaluation survey of the Korea/US participant training program
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Material Type Reports
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United States Agency for International Development

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[Washington, D.C.]:United States Agency for International Development

Date 1963-09
Series Title; No Special Evaluation
Pages 232
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding United States Agency for International Development

Abstract

This report is one of twenty-three country studies conducted as part of the worldwide survey of returned participants in accordance with AID/W instructions and guidelines contained in ICATO Circular A-175, November 1959. The major purpose of this global effort was to obtain an overview of how the participant training program was progressing to ascertain ways in which future training might be more effective at the country, AID/W, and training institution levels. The interview sample included 524 returned Korean participants, 305 supervisors, and 52 U.S. technicians. The study contains an excellent set of recommendations which are principally in the areas of training design, location of training, selection, pre-departure preparation, English language, support services, follow-up, and utilization. (Author abstract)