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Paper Title :
The Competency based Training Curriculum for The Therapeutic Diet Cook under The Standards Occupation of Health Service Business

Author :Veeraya Sotiprawat, Suwanna Narkwiboonwong

Article Citation :Veeraya Sotiprawat ,Suwanna Narkwiboonwong , (2019 ) " The Competency based Training Curriculum for The Therapeutic Diet Cook under The Standards Occupation of Health Service Business " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 42-47, Volume-5,Issue-5

Abstract : This research was aimed to study the issues and the requirement of competency development in therapeutic diet cooks; to develop a competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks; and to study the results of the competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks. Research implementation was divided in to 3 phases as follows. Phase 1 was to study the issues and the need of competency development in therapeutic diet cooks. The focus group was set for 9 experts, obtained from purposive sampling. The data was analyzed afterwards. Phase 2 was to develop the competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks. 7 elements of competency were modified into the modules for the training program, assessed later by 7 experts. Phase 3 was to study the results of the competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks. The training program was tested on 20 samples as one group pretest and posttest. The results were analyzed by percentage, mean, SD, and content analysis. The findings indicated that the current issues of therapeutic diet cooks were mostly due to lack of knowledge as well as skills in preparing and cooking therapeutic diet; and personnel to do this job. The competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks required the reinforcement of knowledge and skills to therapeutic diet cooks in order to have the competency in compliance with the occupational standards. The competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks consisted of 7 modules, i.e., Module 1: Material preparation, Module 2: Space and equipment preparation, Module 3: Material storage and care, Module 4: Cooking for general patients, Module 5: Cooking therapeutic diet, Module 6: Cooking for tube-fed patients, Module 7: Utensil, equipment, and space care to be ready for use. For the results of the competency-based training program for therapeutic diet cooks, 95% of the participants passed the competency assessment criteria and had highest satisfaction toward the training. Keywords - Occupational Standards, Competency, Competency Based Training Curriculum, Therapeutic Diet Cook.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-5,Issue-5


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