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The purpose of this research is to performance of short-term vocational training centers for the community. The research process is as follows. After creating the model and operating manual. Instructor Development Guide and Staff Development Manual The highest level of expert judgment ( = 4.78) The three experts' guides were the highest level ( = 4.80, 4.84 and 4.87, respectively). The models and manuals were then used to conduct the trial. From the development of staff and teachers in accordance with the developed guidelines. The results of teacher development. And staff The learning outcomes increased by 32.05% and 24.00%, respectively. After that, the development teacher and staff will follow the training manual. 148 vocational training courses for the general public. The results showed that the students who received the vocational training had the average achievement of 63.39%. The results of the study continued. And final behavior at the level (E1/E2) at the level 70.06 / 73.30 and the satisfaction with the operation. Teachers and staff At the highest level ( = 4.81). Follow up training results after training. It was found that the learners' knowledge gained from the training was most useful in daily life at 90.67%.
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