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Technical training and skilled labor in Civil Construction workers in the urban area of the Pichari district, The Cusco Convention 2022

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Jhonatan Huaman-Urbano ,
Jhonatan Huaman-Urbano

Facultad de Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Educación Enrique Guzmán y Valle. Lima, Perú

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Nerio Enriquez-Gavilan ,
Nerio Enriquez-Gavilan

Facultad de Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Educación Enrique Guzmán y Valle. Lima, Perú

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Aydeé Lopez-Curasma ,
Aydeé Lopez-Curasma

Facultad de Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Educación Enrique Guzmán y Valle. Lima, Perú

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Julio Amarildo Romero-Sandoval ,
Julio Amarildo Romero-Sandoval

Facultad de Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Educación Enrique Guzmán y Valle. Lima, Perú

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Naara Eunice Medina-Altamirano ,
Naara Eunice Medina-Altamirano

Facultad de Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Educación Enrique Guzmán y Valle. Lima, Perú

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Mariano Hamilton Pachas-Niño ,
Mariano Hamilton Pachas-Niño

Institución Educativa, Gloriosa Legión de Cáceres. Lima, Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: The research addresses the problem of technical training and qualified labor in civil construction workers in the urban area of the Pichari district, La Convention Cusco 2022.
Objective: Analyze the influence of technical training on the quality of the workforce in this sector.
Method: Adopting a quantitative approach, explanatory level and a non-experimental design, the hypothetical deductive method was applied in a basic type of study. The population consisted of 156 civil construction workers in Pichari, and the selected sample was 120 participants through non-probabilistic convenience sampling.
Results: The results revealed a significant relationship between technical training and skilled labor, supporting the alternative hypothesis. Levels of technical training and skilled labor varied, with most workers located at middle and high levels. The alternative hypothesis, which maintains that technical training significantly influences skilled labor, was supported with a two-sided significance of 0.000, a Log Likelihood of 18.176, a Chi-Square of 34.923 and a Nagelkerke Pseudo Square of 0.292.
Conclusions: In conclusion, the research highlights the importance of technical training to improve the quality of labor in civil construction.

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Huaman-Urbano J, Enriquez-Gavilan N, Lopez-Curasma A, Romero-Sandoval JA, Medina-Altamirano NE, Pachas-Niño MH. Technical training and skilled labor in Civil Construction workers in the urban area of the Pichari district, The Cusco Convention 2022 . Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 5 [cited 2024 Jun. 20];4:963. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/963

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