The Impact of Training Methods on Effective Training Process in Ajman Police: The Moderating Role of Readiness for Training

Abdulla Awadh Abdulhabib, Hassan Saleh Al-Dhaafri

Abstract


The present paper primarily aimed to examine the joint effect of training methods and readiness for training on the effective training process (ETP). The paper conducted an examination of the proposed study model, using the survey questionnaire design. Data were gathered from Ajman police departments by distributing 252 questionnaire copies. From the copies distributed, 172 questionnaires were retrieved, from which data was analyzed using SEM-PLS. On the basis of the statistical results obtained, training methods significantly affect ETP. The study provides several implications, both theoretical and practical, and the findings are expected to assist in the proper decision-making of managers when it comes to training methods effective implementation in organizations. This is one of the pioneering empirical studies that investigated the influence of training methods and readiness for training on ETP.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v12i2.16483

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