Program Development for Enhance Teachers’ Competencies for Managing Logistics and Supply Chain in Institutions under the Office of the Vocational Education Commission

Butsaraporn Saenchan, Chalard Chantarasombat, Vanich Prasertphorn


This research purposes 1) to study teachers' competency in logistics and supply chain in vocational institutions, 2) to investigate teacher competencies in logistics and supply chain, and 3) to create and develop programs, 4) to strengthening teachers' competencies in logistics and supply chain. This research and development approach was separated into 3 phases; 1) teachers' competency in logistics and supply chain by experts; 2) requirement needs to develop the competency of teachers in logistics and supply chain in education institutes by experts and 3) applying the program for developing teachers’ complacencies in logistics and supply chain. The sample group were 144 people, and 23 indicators of teacher competency, 2) Study current conditions revealed that teacher's competency as a whole at a whole highest and overall need was at an average level with (PNImodified) 0.36, 3) the results of creating and developing a teacher competency program for logistics and supply chain management in educational institutions the Vocational Commission contents, 4) development methods, and 5) program evaluations. The overall evaluation of the program was suitable, feasible, and useful. The results of the teacher competency shown; 1) knowledge, competence, the efficiency of the practice process/efficiency of knowledge outcomes with an average percentage of 93.01/92.83, which is higher than 80/80 criterion set and, 2) after development knowledge is higher which is equal 0.9014, which meant gaining more knowledge at 90.14 percent when applying with the target group before using the program, mean values of the teachers (X=3.30, S.D.=0.50) and after using the program, the logistics and supply chain management was at the highest level.

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World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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