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Paper Details: Computer Competencies And Work Performance Among Non-Teaching Personnel In The Schools Division Office Of Rizal

Volume 3 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition
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Author(s)
Liziel A. Perdiguerra, Romeo M. Guillo Jr.
Keywords
computer competencies, ICT, non-teaching personnel, work performance
Abstract
The study aimed to determine and evaluate computer competencies and work performance among non-teaching personnel in the Schools Division Office of Rizal for year 2015-2017.The subject of the study were the one hundred twenty three (123) non-teaching personnel in the schools division office of Rizal. The study utilized the descriptive method of research utilizing survey design with the aid of researcher-made questionnaire checklist. In addition, documentary analysis and questionnaires was used to gather data and to analyze the performance practiced and operating in the Division of Rizal.The findings revealed that all of the non-teaching personnel of the schools division office of the Division of Rizal have moderately competent technology operations and concepts, social and ethical skills, and professional skills.There is a significant relationship between the assessment of the clientele and the non-teaching personnel.Majority of the non-teaching personnel attained a very satisfactory performance for there is still a room for improvement need.Thehindrances met are generational / age differences of the employees within the organization while this is followed by outdated and inadequate tools, equipment, software and supplies. The output of the study is a proposed training program for non-teaching personnel.
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