2021 年 18 巻 p. 54-70
This paper takes under consideration the problems and other issues of staff training through an analysis of the actual training conditions for social education and Kominkan staff in Saga Prefecture.
In the first half, we consider staff training that is related to the social education and lifelong learning programs implemented by Saga Prefecture. First, we analyze the quantitative changes in social education staff in Saga Prefecture. Second, we introduce the 12 years of social education staff training efforts that have been carried out by the Saga Prefectural Lifelong Learning Center, and summarize the characteristics. Third, issues concerning the training of social education staff are raised, including a clarification of who is targeted, an elaboration of the content, and training continuity.
In the second half, we analyze one approach to training, using Saga City as an example. In particular, we consider the progress of the research efforts of the Saga City KOMINKAN Director Group. Based on these considerations, we raise new issues and new possibilities for future Kominkan staff training.