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Research Methodology Analyses of situations Identification of needs Establishment of objectives Assignments of priorities Implementation Evaluation Figure 5 Curriculum development model adapted from Lumsden (source: Lumsden 1977) The study employed qualitative research interview method mixed of FocusGroup and One-to-one interviews as it provides in depth information, pertaining to participants’ experiences, perceptions and viewpoints on a specific phenomenon (Turner 2010). Further, it helps to gather multiple perspectives on a particular issue directly from the participants.
Such action leads to better understanding of the key problems, felt needs where the author and users coming together to identify possible, appropriate interventions. Indeed, it allows for a more flexible approach in design and delivery of the VET programme. Since the author was responsible for the change process and the intention was to test a practical intervention to see how effective to give solution to a problem in a specific situation (ibid. 510) and increasing performance quality of the demand-driven VET.
The “felt-needs” are assumed as “wants” which is based on self-perception and endogenous. It states that these wants are perceived wants of those for whom services are offered and what people really want. However, the major limitation in this concept is that people do not always know what they want and this holds good especially to the people from the lower income group who restrict their demand (ibid. 298). With regard to “expressed needs” it is linked to an articulated demand for services by users or customers.