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Articles by Sittichai Kaewkuekool
Total Records ( 3 ) for Sittichai Kaewkuekool
  Anucha Watanapa , Sittichai Kaewkuekool and Surachai Suksakulchai
  Visual inspection is a crucial process in industrial quality control. Visual inspection primarily relies on the inspector’s performance which can be influenced by many factors. The purpose of this study is to identify, the most suitable search pattern and training pattern for visual inspection of a 3D simulation model. The program was set to create a 3D task to measure the visual inspection search patterns. The sampling group was screened for performance and efficiency, 48 students were selected for the experiment and were divided into two groups a systematic rotation pattern group and a free rotation pattern group, respectively. The results showed that the search pattern that produced the best performance from the inspector for visual inspection of a 3D simulation model was systematic horizontal search with systematic rotation.
  Sarayut Thonguthai and Sittichai Kaewkuekool
  The research objective was to analyse whether or not Thailand’s current training programs for mould technicians meet the mould and die industry’s standard competencies and then create a course of study that allows this training to be completed more successfully and efficiently. The analysis looked at the situation, problems, obstacles and needs of the labour force during their training. The research tools used to collect the data were questionnaires and focus groups. The sampling group was chosen by purposive random sampling which included experts related to the development of personnel in the moulding industry. Results revealed that most of the companies in the moulding industry, who responded to this study felt that Thailand’s mould and die personal lacked the knowledge, skills and attitude required for competency standards. Standard competencies in the mould and die industry need to be divided into three levels of personnel: operators, experts and management. The reason for this is that the course competencies are defined by the enterprises themselves. The item objective congruence can be used to define standard vocational competency course for the mould and die industry by the following steps: defining key purpose, defining key role, defining key function, defining unit of competence and defining element of competence. An analysis of competency courses by Delphi technique found that experts, educational institute representatives, related mould personnel development institute representatives and enterprise representatives agreed both times. The difference was that it was higher for the 2nd time although, most medians were at agree-the-most level. Organisations and employers can use standard vocational competency courses as a guide to developing knowledge and job skills of workers and then add to them in such a way as to greatly improve training standards so that personnel meet the professional needs of the industry.
  Phongyut Juntong , Sittichai Kaewkuekool and Suchapa Netpadit
  The purpose of research was aimed at explore the professional competence for Thailand’s offset printing industry. Discussion group of experts and survey questionnaire methodology was used in this research. The surveyed participants in this research were the managers and supervisors of the press operators in commercial printing companies. To analyze the result of surveys, several statistical methods including mean, SE and rank were conducted. The results from a discussion group of experts were that printing operators could be classified into 4 levels as follow; printing operator’s assistant, second hand printing operator, first hand printing operator and printing operator head. Afterwards, the professional competency of the printing operator’s assistant which had 7 main topics as follow; knowledge about color printing operation, materials and equipment, using technician’s tools, practice in offset printing, English for printing operators, maintenance and safety during work.
 
 
 
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