The Training Skills of Military Officers in Treating Al-Istiqlal University Students from the Viewpoint of the Students Themselves
Dr. Amer Saber Shehadeh(1),
Dr. Mohammad Taleb Dabous(2),
Dr. Nader Taleb Shwamreh(3)
Assistant Professor, Al-Istiqlal University, Palestine(1),
Associate Professor, Al-Istiqlal University, Palestine(2),
Assistant Professor, Al-Istiqlal University, Palestine(3)
The study aimed to know the skills of military training officers in dealing with the students of Al-Istiqlal University from the viewpoint of the students themselves. In order to achieve the aim of the study, a tool was developed to measure the extent of the availability of human and self-skills by the training officers. The tool is a questionnaire which included (33) items distributed on two axes and six domains.
The study was conducted on a random sample consisting of (225) male and female students from Al-Istiqlal University students.
After collecting the data of the study, they were statistically treated by using the Statistical Packages for Social Sciences
program (SPSS). The study reached a number of results the most important of which was that the degree of the availability of
human and self-skills by the training officers from the viewpoint of the students themselves was medium. The results also showed
that there are no statistically significant differences at the significance level of ( α≤ 0.05) in the degree of the availability
of the self and human skills by the training officers in the security apparatuses in dealing with the students of Al-Istiqlal
University from the viewpoint of the students themselves which are due to the variable of gender, whereas there were statistically
significant differences in the variable of the faculty in the axis of the self-skills in favour of the medium community college as
compared with the faculty of human sciences and the faculty of administrative sciences. Also there were statistically significant
differences in the variable of the study year level in all the axes of the study and the total degree in favour of the first year
as compared with the students of the third and fourth years, and in favour of the second year over the third year.
Skill, Military Training Officers, Al-Istiqlal University