Keywords : hard skills
Self-Assesment Instrument Model Competency Levelof Outdoor Education Coaches Co-Curriculum Center In Malaysia
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5997-6007
The aim of this study is to evaluate the instrument model competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia. This study is fundamental in looking for the competency level among outdoor coaches co-curriculum center in Malaysia. The methodological approach taken in this study is quantitative research with pre-experimental “one shot case study” approach. Stratified Sampling methods were used by researcher in this study. N = 240 outdoor education coaches were selected as respondents in this study. They were a population of outdoor education coaches of co-curriculum center in Malaysia. To compare the different level competency of outdoor education coaches state zone in Malaysia, the researcher used aone-way ANOVA analysis. Findings shown no significant differences for attribute foundations towards the level competency of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum state zone in Malaysia is =.284. Attribute hard skills show no significant differences which is =.562. Meanwhile, for attribute soft skills, there is asignificant difference which is =.034. For attribute meta skills findings shown, there is a significant difference towards the competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia, which is =.002. Overall, from these findings, researcher found the competency level of outdoor education coaches co-curriculum center among state zone in Malaysia conquered the main attribute of soft skills and meta skills.