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An evaluation of an educational upgrading program
Seth Raymond (author)Bryan Hartman (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Education (MEd)
Number of pages in document: 84
This report gives the results of a comprehensive evaluation of the Advanced Pre-Vocational Adult Training Program (APVTP). The APVTP aimed to increase the employability of the chronically or cyclically unemployed by improving their educational level. Participants in the APVTP used the Invest and Pathfinder computer systems while studying to meet the requirements of the Adult Dogwood (grade 12 graduation). The study covers the period from the program's initial admission of students in January, 1993 to July 31, 1995. Only students who had withdrawn or had graduated from the program by July 31, 1995 were considered. The information for the study was acquired from the agencies that developed and delivered the APVTP and from 63 questionnaires completed by former students.--Page ii.
Advanced Pre-Vocational Adult Training Program -- Evaluation.Adult education -- British Columbia -- Prince George -- Evaluation.Vocational education -- British Columbia -- Prince George -- Evaluation.