EXPLORING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF NON-FORMAL EDUCATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN SOUTHERN NIGERIA
This survey research adopted co-relational design to explore the contribution of non-formal education to the development of adults in Southern Nigeria, using a randomly selected sample of 650 respondents drawn from three skills acquisition centres located at Anambra, Delta and Ondo states. Data analysis was conducted through descriptive and inferential statistics. The findings revealed that non-formal education contributed severally to the development of life skills and personal development among male and female, employed and unemployed adults who participated in training programmes. The analysis of variance revealed no significant difference among the three groups regarding the contribution of non-formal education to their development of skills. There was a significant relationship between non-formal education and personal development of adults in Southern Nigeria.
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