Level of Awareness of Engine Cadets on Social Issues

Author: 

Calago, Felix Jr. N Camarines, Azul E. Celeste, Jayson G. Cordero, Theo T. Cunahap, John Paul M. Dela Cruz, Joshua G. Dionzon, Psalm Jonel T. Ea, Joven Roy C. Gatilogo, Edbhon John O. Gamosa, Earl John C. Gemoranion, Jose Jimmy Jr. V.

Instructor: 

Mrs. Jesseree A. Torrechilla

Date Published: 

Friday, February 8, 2019 - 16:00

ABSTRACT
This study was conducted to determine the level of awareness of VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc. engine cadets on social issues when grouped according to year level, high school of origin and parents’ highest educational attainment.
The respondents of this study were the 199 out of 409 BSMAR-E enrollees of VMA Global College for 2nd Semester, School Year 2017-2018.
The instrument used in this study was the researcher-made questionnaire measuring the level of awareness of engine cadets on social issues.
Frequency count and percentage were used to determine the profile of engine cadets. Mean was used to measure the level of awareness of engine cadets on social issues and t-test and F-test were employed to determine the significant relationships on the level of awareness of engine cadets on social issues when grouped according to year level, high school of origin and parents’ highest educational attainment.
Majority of the engine cadets were from the third year with 110 respondents followed by the second year with 50 respondents and lastly from the first year with 39 respondents only. In terms of high school of origin, majority of respondents came from public high school. It was also found that they were more aware with social issues than those who came from private high schools. Majority of the respondents’ parents were college graduate and college level. The engine cadets’ awareness in social issues was at high level regardless of their parents’ educational backgrounds.
Study results further revealed that majority of engine cadets were aware on social issues.
In view of the research findings and conclusion, the following were suggested: (1) Awareness on social issues must be strengthened in all levels by faculty who teach Social Sciences subjects, (2) Social Science instructors should provide activities to cadets that will widen their knowledge on social issues, (3) educate the proper use of social medias to engine cadets to enhance awareness on social issues, regardless of the school of origin whether public or private, (4) the School Administrators should update engine cadets on social issues by providing additional technologies in the campus such as wifi campus, and lastly (5) instructors should inculcate Christian education and values through prayers and worships in teaching social issues.

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