Application of AHP in Valuing Importance of Skill Based Training Program’s e-Learning Environment Factors

Nazir, MI Jawid and V Pujeri, Ramachandra and Rizvi , Aftab Haider (2014) Application of AHP in Valuing Importance of Skill Based Training Program’s e-Learning Environment Factors. In: 5th International Conference on Development Policy.

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Abstract

Industries capitalize lots of their effort in developing an academy background to support their products so that the technology users feel comfortable and secure in the knowledge that they have an expert around them always. There are many engineering industries initiating certification, training programs, crash courses, but how far these are mature enough to provide expertise and skill-level is a question mark. A framework is necessary to evaluate/measure the maturity level of these programs. Skill Based Training Program Maturity Model (SBTP-eLE-MM) is a framework that describes the key elements of managing and developing a systematic approach to train students to acquire a better skill level in the professional IT training programs they have enrolled. This paper describes Construction of SBTP-eLE Model through literature study for finding the Indicators, Pilot study, survey data collection, and grouping indicators to factor by factor analysis using SPSS-16. Expert study for maturity level acceptance and application of statistical method Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to quantify the maturity stages and to calculate the overall maturity of the SBTP-eLE environment are discussed. AHP method further helps to determine the importance of the SBTP-eLE Maturity Model factors. This could help the educators to concentrate more in the development and improvement aspects.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Engineering > Dubai Campus > Information Science
Depositing User: Admin MU Dubai
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2015 16:59
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2015 16:59
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/142370

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