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Engineering Education Elements and their Assessment by the Labor Market


Author : Ramadan Topuzi, Arben Bejtja and Leonidha Peri

Pages : 2732-2737
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Abstract

Albania has a significant number of wood-processing entities, which constitute one of current and future employment potential for the Wood Processing Engineers. The main purpose of this study is the Perception of these subjects of some of the elements of the curriculum that affect the wood processing engineers’ education, in accordance with the labor market.The data collected through a structured questionnaire for this purpose, are thrown into a database (Excel) from where they are analyzed to generate the results given in this paper. The selection of respondents is made by purposeful sampling, as access to a non-probability sample. The selected mode of surveying process is the “face to face” one. The material prepared refers to 100 surveys carried out throughout Albania. There have been selected those production subjects that operate in the field of production and trading of furniture and which are well-known in the market.The study shows that respondents evaluate as very important the scientific and vocational education of the Wood Processing Engineers. The Professional Practice of students is considered as very important by 90% of respondents. Respondents also think that Professional Practice is better to be organized by payment. Practices should be implemented in the manufacturing, designing and the relationship with the client. Rubrics also are considered of vital importance; Exercises, Course Assignments and Projects. Knowledge on new technologies by Wood processing Engineers and foreign languages are considered very important by respondents. Professional practice and Diploma thesis are thought to be developed simultaneously.

Keywords: Manufacturingentity, professional practice, wood-processing.

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.5, No.4 (Aug-2015)

 

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