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The Cognition of Job Importance and Educational Needs according to Workers of the Disabled Residential Facilities(Small and Medium-sized Organization Organization) in Gyeonggi

경기지역 장애인거주시설 종사자(중소기관)의 직무 중요도와 교육 필요도 인식

  • Shin, Jae-Eun (Competency Development Team, Gyeonggi Welfare Foundation) ;
  • Song, Yun-Hee (College of Liberal Arts, Anyang University)
  • 신재은 (경기복지재단 역량강화팀) ;
  • 송윤희 (안양대학교 교양대학)
  • Received : 2017.08.03
  • Accepted : 2017.08.20
  • Published : 2017.08.31

Abstract

Recently, the expertise of workers in residential facilities for the disabled has been emphasized and the need for education has increased. Therefore, this study analyzed cognition of job importance and educational needs according to workers of the disabled residential. Data were collected from 162 workers of the residential facilities for the disabled in Gyeonggi and were analyzed using t-test and IPA analysis. As results of this study, case management practice (basic), case management practice (advanced), life support for disabled persons (basic), program development (basic), business planning and evaluation (basic), business planning and evaluation (advanced) were both job importance and education needs high. The results of this study can be used as a basic reference for the direction of the education system of the residents of the disabled.

Keywords

Welfare;The disabled;Disabled residential facilities;Job importance;Educational needs

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