HEALTHY LIFESTYLE AND ICT PROFICIENCY AS PREDICTORS OF NATIONAL SERVICE PERFORMANCE AMONG CORPS MEMBERS IN SHANGA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, KEBBI STATE.
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Keywords:OJNPPssh20041101, Healthy Lifestyle, ICT, Proficiency, Service, Performance
The study investigated Healthy Lifestyle and ICT Proficiency as predictors of National Service Performance among corps members in Shanga Local Government Area of Kebbi State. The study employed Cross-sectional survey design were 103 participants (corps members) comprising of 38 (36.9%) males and 65 (63.1%) females. Their ages ranged from 20-28years with a mean age of 25.32 (SD=1.99). For the purpose of data collection, the Health Enhancement Lifestyle Profile Screener, Technology Literacy Skills Questionnaire and the Job Performance Scale were used. Statistical analysis involved the use of Multiple regression. Findings indicated that healthy lifestyle significantly predicted National Service Performance among corps members in Shanga. Also, the findings showed that ICT proficiency was also deemed a significant predictor of National Service performance. Lastly, healthy lifestyle and ICT proficiency were significant joint predictors of National Service performance among corps members in Shanga. It was recommended that Training, seminars and workshops should be organized with the sole aim of instilling ICT skills and lifestyle pattern that will keep corps members on the right track to perform optimally during their service year.
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Kwaghgbah, A. T. (2020). Healthy lifestyle and ICT proficiency as predictors of national service performance among corps members in Shanga local government area, Kebbi State. OJN Preprints, OJNPPssh20041101 (v1)1-13
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