|A Study on the Demand and Education Program of Construction Skill Education Facilities to Enhance the Field Experience and Expertise
|남지현(Nam, Jee-Hyun) ; 조희은(Jo, Hee-Eun)
| Construction; Education; Training; Safety; Educational Programs
|The construction industry is a field with the largest number of workers among single industries, but various problems such as lack of
employment safety, inadequate skilled expertise, decline in labor productivity, and the generalization of apprenticeship education are occurring.
Despite the government introducing various systems to strengthen wage guarantees, improve the working environment, and secure skilled
workers, the lack of education and training institutions to foster construction workers is a recurring issue. It is urgent to improve the
professionalism of construction workers, and the working environment for field work employees. In this study, the advanced programs of
construction skill education facilities were identified through the study of legal systems, related policies, similar case reviews, and interviews
were conducted about practical demand and essential education programs. As a result, the lack of expertise and fieldwork was derived as the
biggest issues regarding domestic construction skill education. However, public-private cooperation, public-led, and private-led educational
programs were found to have high expertise, signifying that the operation of facilities in the form of public-private cooperation is most
suitable to ensure stable operation. In the future, further research should be conducted in various fields to derive detailed curriculum and
operation plans to improve productivity and job structure of the construction industry in the long run.