Quality Control Evaluation of Training in KSA
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Review Papers | Management | Saudi Arabia | Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018

Quality Control Evaluation of Training in KSA

Abdullah Alswaity, Ibrahim Alshikh, Hassan A Elazeem Gad

Improving Training Quality through Enhanced Pre-service Teacher Training Applied Medical Sciences, University of Hail efforts to increase access to high quality educationalTraining have risen dramatically in recent years. KSA has been a pioneer in these efforts, expanding five years of Medical Science educationcalled Medical Technologistas part of its free, compulsory, universal basic education system in 2018-2019. With some of the highest enrollment rates in HE, KSA government has turned its attention the issue of quality, including developing a pre-service teacher training track specifically for Medical Education. Currently, More than 40 colleges of Medical education in KSA offer a track for diagnostic Radiology Training and teachers. Developing and expanding a high quality and pre-service training program is one of KSA Education Services top priorities. Pre-service certification in KSA includes one years of coursework and 3 years Specialty then one year internship as a students need to his specialty. There is currently specified training during the student-teaching years. Using a randomized control trial, this study evaluates the impacts of a program designed to support Technologist during the student- years by providing mentorship and in-classroom training throughout the year. By targeting Students and classrooms, this study assesses the most proximal in-College driver of Radiology field outcomes.when technologistprofessional wellbeing. There is growing concern of a motivation field among Health organization. The role of providing training and support to improve Radiology specialist well-being under research to be highly affective and effective The training depend on quality Program was developed in a partnership between the higher Education Service (in the Ministry of Education), one of KSA colleges of education, and Ministery of Health. The program builds on the standard after education colleges of education, which includes placement in a standard Educational classroom of educational standard with mentorship from the teacher of that class the student-graduated placement year with intensive and guided in-service training and support model. Student ( radiological specialist) are placed in a Hospital with model practice training, which provide them with enhanced training, coaching and mentoring by Ministry of health trainers. The enhanced training services include intensive workshops, in Clinic coaching, one-on-one feedback meetings with trainers, and a best practice forum for student Training to share their experiences with each other. The model practice training are given a starter pack of materials including paper, Scientific activity and Seminars-related Diagnostic radiology field. Radological specialist also receive a Teacher Resource Support, which provides ideas on making additional items from low-cost and readily available materials in their own Clinics and Private hospitals. In addition, the Radiology specialist receives ongoing training and support from the trained College teacher, as well 2 weeks of intensive training and access to ready for Saudi commission for health specialty examand receive resource templates which can replicated at minimal error. These trainings and support focus on a scheme of work that links the Ministry of health objectives and development goals to specific activities, which in turn are linked to a structured daily plan that radiological specialist follow. One potential barrier to implementation is that after being trained in the methods promoted in the hospitals program occurs when student- become full-time newly qualified Radiological specialist and may be discouraged from using these practices in their placement hospital. The methods promoted in the Internship and the Training program are quite different from the College years curriculum, and head teachers may discourage this style in favor of a more rigorous and academic focus This study also tests the added value of a head radiological specialist training one year internshipConcentrative program for concentrate his knowledge by Real practice

Keywords: Quality Control, training

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018

Pages: 1333 - 1334

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Abdullah Alswaity, Ibrahim Alshikh, Hassan A Elazeem Gad, "Quality Control Evaluation of Training in KSA", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20193949, Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018, 1333 - 1334

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