Trainings are offered to all level of teachers at different phases of their careers. There are empirical
foundations that these trainings have major impacts on the quality of teachers and resultantly on
the quality of education. The study was conducted to investigate the quality of the induction training for elementary
teachers of QAED, Punjab as perceived by the participants of the training. This study focused on teachers who
received induction training in 2017. A questionnaire was developed to collect the data. Descriptive statistics were
applied conclude. The newly-inducted teacher stated that the training was aligned with their professional needs.
They were satisfied with the quality of physical and learning facilities, the subject matter knowledge, and the
overall quality of training. They like training design, duration of training sessions, course content, finally, effective
follow up of the training were the major findings if the study.
1-Adila Khanam PhD Scholar,Division of Education,University of Education, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. 2-Asghar Ali Assistant Professor,Department of Education, University of Malakand, KP, Pakistan 3-Asia Zulfqar Assistant Professor,Department of Education,Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Quality Training, Induction Training, Elementary School Teachers, Punjab