Determining the Effectiveness of Spiritual and Excellence Training Courses for Employees


1 Corresponding author, associate professor at Amin University of Police

2 Master’s degree at management


This research is aimed at determining the effectiveness of training and excellence courses in Khatam-ol-Anbia Reconstruction and Engineering Center. This applied research follows a descriptive-survey method for data collection. The statistical population of the study consists of the employees of the central headquarters and subordinate units, having passed at least four months in these courses after admission. Using Morgan table, we selected a sample of 210 people through stratified random sampling. A researcher-made questionnaire was employed to collect the research data. Questionnaires were distributed among people in the sample by direct attendance. Central and dispersion indices and Kolmogorov, Friedman and t-test were used for data analysis. The results indicated that the goals of training and excellence courses were more than 82% in all dimensions. The highest ranks of training achievements related to the changing the morale of learners with 84.2%, improvement of spiritual conditions with 83.8%, insight with 82.4% and the status of performance with 82%.


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