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The Human Resources and Human Resources Development and Development Agency (BPSDM) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry conducts guidance on five State Forestry Vocational Schools and around 26 other Vocational Schools that have forestry majors under the Ministry of Education and Culture in the context of the formation of intermediate technical personnel in the field of forestry who are skilled, reliable, and ready work.

The Forestry Vocational School LKS which took the theme ‘Advanced Foresters of Indonesia Advanced’ to support the government’s commitment in human resource development that focuses on the development of vocational education.
Forestry Vocational School Student Competency Competition (LKS) is a showcase of the ability of Forestry Vocational School students across Indonesia in mastering four areas of expertise competency, namely Competency Competency in Forest Inventory and Mapping Techniques (TIPH), Forest Product Production Engineering (TPHH), Reclamation Engineering and Forest Rehabilitation (TRRH), and Resource Conservation Techniques (TKSDH).

1. LKS Forestry Vocational School is a media to hone the ability to master the field and build the character and the fighting spirit of students
The LKS is also a means to bring together Forestry Vocational Schools with the business world and the industrial world (DUDI), government agencies and other potential partners. In addition, this worksheet is also a media to hone the ability to master the field and build the character and fighting spirit of students of the Forestry Vocational School.

The purpose of LKS activities is as follows.
– Providing a vehicle for students of Forestry Vocational School to hone a positive, productive, creative, innovative character, and love for nature and the environment;
– Motivating Forestry Vocational School students to improve their expertise in accordance with competency standards that can attract business and industry interests;
Promote student work performance and improve the image of Forestry Vocational Schools;
– Opening opportunities for more intensive cooperation between the Forestry Vocational School and the business / industrial world (DUDI), professional associations, and various other parties;
– Provides a means of developing and recognizing work excellence for students of Forestry Vocational School who have competency.

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2. LKS SMK Forestry is expected to be born reliable and competent foresters who are reliable and competent
The LKS is held for two days, namely Friday and Saturday (15-16 November 2019), located at Ir Lukito Daryadi Arboretum, MSc, Manggala Wanabakti Complex, Jl Gatot Subroto, Jakarta, and in Forest Areas with Special Purpose (KHDTK) Rumpin, BDLHK Bogor. This worksheet consists of a series of activities, namely the Competency Competency Competition (LKK), Jungle Cruising, and Night Foresters.

It is hoped that through this LKS can be born superior foresters who graduated from the Forestry Vocational School who will become reliable and competent workforce according to DUDI needs or develop forestry entrepreneurship.

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According to the Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce for Construction and Infrastructure, Erwin Aksa, in the Focus Group Discussion (FGD) at the Kadin Building, Jakarta, Wednesday (05/02/2018), the presence of foreign workers did not always have a bad impact.

1. How to work TKA fast
Erwin said that the Foreign Workers (TKA), especially from China, had a different way of working. One of them they have a fast performance and immediately carry out the execution. “The Chinese work fast. Even those without doing a feasibility study. They are also fast in carrying out executions and carrying out the work quickly, “he said.

2. Foreign workers are not manual laborers
Foreign workers imported to Indonesia are not from those who will fill in menial work. There are some jobs that require certain skills so they require TKA. “For example we need energy to justify the engine. We also need their energy to repair certain machines by them, “he said.

3. TKA with simple appearance
Another interesting thing that happened to workers from China is their appearance is almost the same. Even though they are both doctoral and master graduates, their appearance is simple.

Only his appearance is normal, “he said. President of the Indonesian Trade Union Association (ASPEK) Indonesia, Mirah Sumirat, said the presence of foreign workers would be positive if accompanied by clear and transparent regulations.

1. Foreign workers at the top level
Mirah said it would have a positive impact if workers brought in from China were those at the top level. “The problem is that all the top-level positions to the bottom are brought by everyone. Up to OB until the foreman was brought from abroad, “he said.

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2. TKA should be able to speak Indonesian
In some countries, if Indonesians want to work abroad, they must master the language in the destination country. But this rule does not apply to foreigners who will work in Indonesia. They are not required to speak Indonesian. ”The rules for foreign workers to speak Indonesian were abolished. They only took an Indonesian language course while in Indonesia, and that was not necessarily carried out. How can they know the culture to the rules if they cannot speak Indonesian, “he said.

3. The ratio of foreign workers 1:10
The rule that should be met by foreign workers is to apply a ratio of 1:10. Where every one of the foreign workers must be accompanied by 10 local workers. “This is necessary so that there is a process of transfer of technology and knowledge between foreign and local workers, but this rule is abolished.” he said.

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“This training platform is Airy’s idea to standardize the quality of hotel or lodging property services under its auspices. Throughout 2019, Airy will run a series of training, especially aspects of housekeeping and front office, with a target of up to 4,000 property partner employees, “said Airy’s CEO, Danny Handoko.

1. Airy actively contributes to the advancement of Indonesian tourism
Developing since 2015, Airy has become a leading provider of budget travel solutions reinforced by more than a thousand properties in more than 90 cities throughout Indonesia. Danny said, Airy was committed to actively contribute to advancing Indonesian tourism through the digital economy.

“Airy is not only focused on updating technology, but is also directly involved in formulating and building a platform that is capable of empowering hospitality HR in the country. “The birth of Airy Community, we hope to become a solution in improving the quality and competitiveness of Indonesian tourism,” he said.

2. Airy Community will attract 4,000 participants
Initially run in 2018, Airy Community has successfully engaged 594 participants with training locations in various regions; including Jabodetabek, Malang, Samarinda, Semarang, Yogyakarta and Surabaya. This year, Airy Community will attract more participants, up to 4,000 people, and will be implemented in 13 different cities.

In terms of technology, Airy is assisting property partners – and their employees, with the Property Management System. It is an online dashboard based on features such as the Booking and Reservations System, and the Finance System, which is easily accessed in real time and provides transparent information that increases efficiency in terms of both time and financing.

3. The occupancy rate goes up to 70 percent per month
Airy managed to drive the occupancy rate of the property owners of the Airy Flagship category 60-70 percent per month, even reducing operational costs by 30-35 percent. Meanwhile, the Human Resources System feature allows more effective management of employee schedules and working hours, checklists / checklists for tasks to be completed, including room notifications that need to be cleaned, and so on.

Airy also sets Airy Comfort Guarantee accommodation standards in all its low-budget properties. Each hotel room provides at least seven main facilities: air conditioner, television, clean bed, drinking water, snacks, basic toiletries and hot water. Thanks to that consistency, Airy successfully recorded millions of hotel and aircraft booking transactions throughout 2018.

“We are optimistic that Airy can continue its mission to advance the low-budget hotel industry in the country, both through Airy Community and the variety of innovations we present. Thus, Airy does not only play a role for users and property owner partners, but more importantly, can contribute more in advancing the digital economy in Indonesia, “Danny said.

4. Airy’s business patterns touch the tourism sector and the digital economy
The Secretary General of the Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia, Khairul Anwar, said the tourism sector was one of the priorities this year and next, along with manufacturing and the digital economy. According to him, the business pattern developed by Airy was appropriate because it touched the tourism sector and the digital economy.

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“Airy Community’s efforts through its programs, one of which is training – according to the standards set, especially in the realm of hospitality. Speaking of standards, this is the foundation for preparing competitive HR. Therefore, we really give appreciation. We from the Ministry of Manpower will always be open to collaborating together, “said Anwar.

5. The tourism industry is one of the biggest foreign exchange earners
World Travel and Tourism Council data (2019) records Indonesia as one of the 10 countries with the highest growth in tourism performance in the world. For Indonesia, the tourism industry is one of the biggest foreign exchange earners. The development of budget travel trends is one of the big boosters influenced by accommodation factors such as hotels / inns.

The great potential of the hospitality sector in Indonesia can be seen from the value of online hotel room bookings reaching US $ 2.2 million (Statista 2019). Meanwhile, Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report (2017) states that the performance of Indonesia’s human resources (HR) in the tourism competitiveness index ranks 64th in the world, and even ranked 4th last in ASEAN.

The quality of the workforce is clearly key. The International Labor Organization (ILO) asserts that tourism is a labor-intensive sector that involves a trained and experienced workforce.

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1. Low labor productivity
Fadhil said as much as 60 percent of Indonesian workers work in the informal sector such as and have an impact on Indonesia’s economic downturn. “Total productivity contributions from non-capital factors to economic growth are also low,” Fadhil said in Pejaten, Jakarta, Thursday (3/14).

2. Although many work, their level of education is minimal
The number of workers in Indonesia reached 131.55 million with absorption of 124.54 million or reaching 94 percent. Even though it is seen, a good problem arises because when viewed from the workforce, around 57 percent of Indonesian people who work have junior high school education and below.

Based on the 2018 national labor force survey (Sakernas) reported by Indef, 14.93 percent of workers came from those with less than elementary school education; 24.55 percent of elementary school graduates; and 17.98 percent of junior high school graduates.

“This figure is even more sad when seeing those who graduated from vocational high school, high school, even diplomas and universities get lower labor rates. Respectively 10.72 percent, 11.76 percent, 2.8 percent and 9.45 percent, “explained Fadhil.

3. Ability is not in accordance with what the world of work is asking for
Have you ever applied for a job but it turns out you have a lot of skills or abilities outside or didn’t you learn in college? This is the third problem of employment: labor supply is not in line with industry needs.

“Nowadays people who graduate from vocational or tertiary institutions when entering the labor market need a variety of training to improve their skills,” Fadhil said. Drive expects the business community to play a role in mobilizing education. “The workforce meets the needs of those who need the workforce, which happens to be supply driven. The government or the private sector which organizes the workforce should do demand drivers, “said Fadhil.

4. Where does the biggest unemployment come from?
In the discussion, Fadhil also explained from what level the unemployment was the most which reached a total of 7.01 million people. Referring to the 2018 Sakernas data, the most unemployed came from high school and vocational school by 28 and 25 percent. The highest unemployment rate is then followed by junior, elementary, university, elementary and diploma education, respectively 16 percent, 13 percent, 10 percent, 5 percent and 3 percent. “This is what causes problems in the productivity of our workforce,” said Fadhil .

“All you have to do is download the application via the device and just fill in the job vacancy application offered. Job application filling can also be done while playing to the mall, “said Head of the Workforce Placement Division in Bogor, Joko Sumarno, after receiving a comparative study group of work placements and work information on the Manpower and Transmigration Office of Bantul Regency in the Office of Manpower, Regency of Bogor, West Java, last Friday 1 March.

1. The Bogor Carrier Canter application was launched in mid-2019
According to him, the number of job seekers in Bogor Regency from SMK graduates reached around 33 thousand people. If only 50 percent want to work, then every year there are job requests reaching more than 15 thousand people.

“That’s just from the number of SMK graduates in Bogor reaching 330 schools, not yet added from D3 and S1 graduates who are also hunting for jobs,” he said.

Before the Bogor Carrier Center application is launched in April 2019, along with the job fair that takes place on 4-7 April 2019, the Bogor Carrier Center website will be launched first.

“In the Bogor Carrier Center application, all job market information and new job placements are limited to companies established in Bantul Regency, and have collaborated with the Bogor Regency Manpower Office,” he said.

2. Manpower offices can monitor job seekers’ failures and find solutions
Applicants who submit applications through the Bogor Carrier Center application, do not simply be released after filling the requirements, all of which have used a digital system. However, Manpower Office will also monitor the level to which applicants complete the stages that must be passed, until they are accepted as employees of a company.

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“For example, there are applicants who fail in the practical test phase, then the Manpower Office will direct applicants to attend training at the Manpower Training Center so that when applying again in the same position, the possibility of being accepted is greater,” he explained.

3. Don’t let the citizens of Bogor become spectators
Furthermore Joko said, the number of job fairs in Bogor was also very limited with the number of prospective applicants, so competition was very tight. Moreover, the minimum wage in the regency or UMK in Bogor Regency reaches Rp 3.4 million per month, affecting many job seekers from outside Bogor.

“Yes, if it is not anticipated the residents of Bogor Regency themselves will only be spectators, because they lose qualifications with job seekers from outside the area,” he said.

4. Have a description of the solution to employment problems in Bantul
The Head of the Work Placement, Work Expansion and Transmigration Division of the Bantnak Disnakertrans, Istirul Widalastuti said, one of the comparative studies was to find solutions to problems in Bantul Regency, which had been overcome by other governments such as the Bogor Regency Government.

“Of course, with the number of 3,000 companies that can accommodate millions of workers, they have more experience in dealing with labor problems and solutions, and we can learn lessons such as the Bogor Carrier Center application,” Istirul said.

To catch up with the Bogor District Government, it is not as easy as turning a hand, because to calculate the number of unemployed, the number of the workforce, the number of companies that provide jobs must coordinate with other agencies even outside the government.

“Now for applications such as the Bogor Carrier Center that can be accessed by a device, it is certainly a challenge for HR in the Department of Manpower and Transmigration,” he said.

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The Indonesian Parliament Migrant Workers Supervision Team delegation led by Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Fahri Hamzah noted Law No. 18/2017 on the Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers (PPMI Law) can answer the needs of various destination countries for the placement of PMI especially Japan.

“Japan is entering the ‘aging population’ phase so the workforce is declining while there is a great need for preparations for the 2020 Olympics. Indonesia must take advantage of this and the PPMI Act carries out the maximum protection function for Indonesian workers,” Fahri Hamzah said in Tokyo on Tuesday (6/11).

1. Japan will add 500 thousand foreign workers
A few days ago, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had approved a bill that made it easier for foreign workers to work in Japan. After the bill is passed, it is estimated there will be an additional 500,000 professional foreign workers who can work in the land of Sakura.

“Japan can be an ideal model (in the treatment of foreign workers) because they have a strict and tiered selection system, very good wages and an internship program is provided,” Fahri Hamzah added.

2. DPR PMI timwas active in visiting various countries
Since the PPMI Law was ratified the Indonesian Parliament PMI Monitoring Team has been actively visiting various countries which are the main objectives of Indonesian workers. In addition to using the opportunity to gather field facts with embassies, employers and suppliers, Timwas PMI also used the opportunity to dialogue with Indonesian workers.

The opportunity to meet the government and parliament of the country visited was used to convey the mandate of the Act and conduct diplomacy for the interests of Indonesia.

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3. Providing training for Indonesian workers in Japan
Indonesian Migrant Workers Supervisory Team Indonesian House of Representatives were in Japan for three days starting November 5, 2018 with members of the delegation Abidin Fikri (FPDIP), Ketut Sustiawan (FPDIP), Dave Fikarno (FPG), Andi Fauziah (FPG), Elnino M. Husein (FGERINDRA) , Anton Sukartono (FPD), Saleh Daulay (FPAN), Ahmad Zainuddin (FPKS), Ermalena (FPPP) and Irma Suryani (FNASDEM).

During the supervision work, Timwas held meetings with training providers for Indonesian workers in Japan, meetings with the Japanese Ministry of Manpower, and PMI employers in several sectors. On the sidelines of the agenda, the PMI Timwas met face to face with interns at a metal factory in Seitama and several nurse workers who are currently urgently needed in Japan.

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1. Problems in the labor sector
In the discussion, Deniey mentioned a number of labor issues. Starting from the wage system, social security, severance pay, outsourcing, trade unions and setting minimum wages.

“Not to mention the various labor issues that until now do not have a clear legal umbrella. With its equality with the law, the Omnibus Law structure designed by the government by combining investment climate and employment needs to be reconsidered, “he said.

2. Miss and match the world of work with the world of education
In addition to the various problems above, Deniey also criticized the problem of employment mismatch between the competencies generated by the world of education and the competencies needed by the industry both vertically and horizontally.

He said vertical mismatch occurs when workers work in jobs below or above their educational qualifications. While horizontal mismatch occurs when workers work in jobs outside their field or educational competence.

Data from the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that from 2006 to 2016, total vertical employment mismatches are in the range of 37 percent annually.

Furthermore, with the same basic data (Sakernas 2016) and specializing in tertiary education graduates, the SDGs Center of Padjajaran University revealed in his study that the level of employment mismatch among young workers, especially millennials, was quite high and even higher than generations. previous.

“In the study, it was revealed that about 45.58 percent of millennials work in jobs that are lower qualified than their background (over education) and around 16.85 percent of millennials work in jobs that are not related to their educational background or competency owned (unrelated employment), “said Deniey.

3. Impact of employment mismatch
One effect of this employment mismatch is the low level of wages. Deniey said, based on the INDEF study, related to wage disparitation showed that the higher the education level of the workforce, the higher the wage disparity.

“For example, between young and adult age groups, the disparity in wages for elementary school graduates is around 11.22 percent, while for college graduates it is around 54.99 percent,” he said.

In addition to wage disparity between age groups, wage disparity between genders is also a crucial issue in the Indonesian labor market. “Our study also indicates that there is still a high disparity in gender wages leading to discrimination,” he said.

Jokowi said the government would invite the House of Representatives to issue the Employment Copyright Law and combine a number of related laws in one law, aka the Omnibus Law. The former Governor of DKI Jakarta at that time said Omnibus Law would simplify the rules or regulations that are complicated so that it impedes investment. However, the Draft Omnibus Law reaps polemic, what are the controversies?

1. Minister of Home Affairs can fire regional heads
The authority to impose sanctions for reprimand and dismissal of regional heads by the Minister of Home Affairs is listed in Article 520. In paragraph 1 of that article, regional heads who do not carry out the national strategic program as referred to in Article 67 letter f are subjected to administrative sanctions in the form of written warnings by the Minister of Home Affairs.

In paragraph (2), the Minister of Home Affairs has the authority to dismiss for three months the regional head who does not heed the written warning. Then in paragraph (3), the Minister of Home Affairs is given full power to dismiss regional heads who are still not compliant.

Meanwhile, Mendari Tito Karnavian ensured that there was no such article in the draft omnibus law. If there is such an article, Tito will take it down from the draft omnibus law.

“First, I want a correction in the employment law omnibus bill, I have checked that there is no article regarding the dismissal of the regional head by the Minister of Home Affairs or the President. Even if there were, we would not … I as the Minister of Home Affairs requested that they be dropped (dropped), “said Tito at the DPR RI Complex, Tuesday (1/22)

Tito argued that the dismissal of the governor or regional head had been discussed in Law 23 of 2014 concerning Regional Heads. In the Act, the process of dismissing the regional head is regulated.

“Why? Because there is already a law, Law Number 23 of 2014 concerning Regional Heads, read articles 67, 68, 69, 76, to 89. It contains information that the regional head is dismissed by the President, one if he dies, two if he resigns “The third one was dismissed,” said Tito.

“One of the reasons for being dismissed is because of not implementing a national strategic program, the second is for example leaving consecutive places without permission for 7 days or not being consecutive for one month, the first warning, the second warning, it can be temporarily dismissed for three months,” he continued.

2. Severance pay will be removed
In the draft Omnibus Law Cipta Karya Kerja, there are 11 clusters, among others; simplification of licensing, investment requirements, employment, ease of empowerment and protection of MSMEs, ease of doing business, research & innovation support, government administration, imposition of sanctions, land acquisition, investment and government projects and economic zones.

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One that is also in the public spotlight is related to rumors about the draft Omnibus Law Copyright Employment Cluster, especially related to the elimination of severance pay.

The Minister of Manpower, Ida Fauziyah, denied the government would eliminate severance in the Omnibus Law. According to him, the contents of the Omnibus Law will be delivered by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs.

“Nope. It’s not true severance pay is eliminated, “Ida said in Jakarta, Tuesday (1/14).

Meanwhile, in the draft related to the Omnibus Law draft of the employment cluster concerning Termination of Employment (PHK), it was written if the laid-off employee continued to receive layoff compensation.

The following complete contents of these rules:

Main Policies related to termination of employment (FLE):

– Continue to provide protection for workers affected by layoffs
– Workers affected by layoffs still receive layoff compensation.

a. The government added the Job Loss Guarantee (JKP) for the protection of workers who were laid off.
b. JKP provides benefits in the form of: 1) Cash Benefit, 2) Vocational Training, 3) Job Placement Access.
c. Adding JKP benefits does not add to the burden of contributions for workers and companies.
d. Workers who get JKP, will still get other social security in the form of: 1) Work Accident Insurance (JKK), 2) Old Age Insurance (JHT), 3) Pension Insurance (JP), 4) Death Insurance (JKm).
e. To provide protection for contract workers, treatment is given in the form of compensation for termination of employment.

3. The labor wage scheme is changed to hourly
The Omnibus Law also changed the rules for wage schemes per month to hourly, creating constitutional conflict. Both the 1945 Constitution and Law No. 13 of 2003 concerning Employment wage article.

The change in hourly wage schemes, according to many observers, will make the existence of UMP eroded and will slowly disappear. It is feared that the company will behave arbitrarily over the wages given to workers. Then it will have an impact on the poor.

Social security which is imposed on the existence of UMP standards, will certainly be abolished. This happens because employers feel they no longer have the responsibility for paying social security anymore.

Meanwhile, Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto said the hourly salary scheme did not apply to all workers and the state apparatus. The scheme is aimed at the service sector such as consultants and part-time workers.

“If the factory workers keep a monthly salary,” said the Coordinating Minister for Airlangga in Central Jakarta, Friday (12/27/19).

The Coordinating Minister for Airlangga explained, workers who had received monthly salaries would not be affected by this discourse. They will still be paid according to the minimum wage set.

4. Remove the minimum wage
The Chairperson of the Confederation of Indonesian Trade Unions (KSPI) Said Iqbal said there were six reasons why workers or workers rejected the Omnibus of Employment Copyright created by the government. One of them refused to abolish the minimum wage system.

“The Omnibus Law suggests that it will abolish the minimum wage system,” he said during a rally in front of the MPR, DPR and DPD RI Building in Jakarta, Monday (21/1).

He said the application of hourly wages would result in minimum wages being degraded or even lost. “Obviously it is detrimental to the workers and workers in the country,” he said.

5. The government continues to look for a balanced point Omnibus Law copyright employment
The government continues to look for a balanced point between the interests of workers and the interests of employers in the employment omnibus law.

“Looking for this balance point through joint efforts, there cannot be one party, but both parties have the same passion,” Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko was quoted as saying by Antara news agency on Saturday (1/25).

According to Moeldoko, the omnibus law was submitted to the Indonesian Parliament with the aim of creating jobs and structuring taxes. Omnibus law is also expected to provide certainty and comfort for workers.

Moeldoko assessed the substance of the omnibus law needs to be known in depth by the workers. He explained that understanding the substance needs to be done by sitting together explaining the direction of the omnibus law.

“It is precisely the substance circulating whose contents are incorrect. Pregnant leave is said to be eliminated, even though Mr Airlangga said no. Then more importantly there will be a meeting that can accommodate all parties, who can listen. The substance is not to be confused, “said Moeldoko.

He has held discussions with several trade unions who expressed dissatisfaction with the omnibus law creation process in employment law. Moeldoko added that President Jokowi had given instructions for the omnibus law design to listen to the aspirations of the people.

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They are worried that there will be a massive curriculum change to support the government’s big target to prepare a new workforce. Until now Nadiem is still preparing its actual work program which is claimed to be supported by the use of the latest technology.

Wulan, a resident of Tangerang, Banten, said that her child, who is now an elementary school student, lost a lot of playing time after the school implemented the 2013 Curriculum (K13), two years ago. Wulan’s children took basic education in nature-based schools and outdoor activities. her child moved up to fourth grade, the school decided to implement a thematic-based curriculum that had actually been run in public schools since 2013.

“From grades one to three, there are no formal lessons, only in the fourth grade does he undergo an exam,” Wulan said when contacted on Tuesday (29/10). If I look at the national examination material, I’m afraid he can’t catch up, “he said. Wulan admitted that he was now worried about Nadiem’s ​​statement about educational orientation that would target the labor market.

He is worried his child will return to face curriculum changes and will only be educated to be a generation that is pegged to formal work. “Are children really going to be directed to work formally? The curriculum must accommodate each child’s different intelligence, that mathematics is not for everyone. “” What about gifted children in the arts? I am worried that their dreams will be turned off by work-based curriculum, “said Wulan.

On a number of occasions in the beginning of its performance at the end of this October, Nadiem mentioned two focuses of his performance going forward, one of which is curriculum alignment to prepare students to face the world of work. The other focus is the application of technology to strengthen students’ soft skills. Madrasa, Itje Chodijah, assesses that the curriculum does not need to be changed to form a reliable workforce. According to him, conceptually and philosophically K13 already contained that vision.

“K13 has actually been going there, what needs to be considered is how the teacher is able to apply it effectively in the classroom so that students are affected,” Itje said by telephone. “Previously this was done at a very technical stage. If the world of work needs a soldier, the school prepares a soldier. “” The world of work needs someone who has a soft kill and critical thinking skills. This should be worked on in any level of education, “he said.

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Even if the curriculum change will be implemented later, the Chairperson of the Indonesian Independent Teachers Forum, Tetty Sulastri, considers the implementation only for vocational high schools (SMK).

Since the beginning of its formation, said Tetty, only vocational schools are expected to graduate students who are ready to work without needing to go through university levels. ” Should high school students who still have to go to tertiary education should be introduced to the world of work? ” said Tetty.

Nine days after his inauguration, Nadiem failed to announce the steps he would take for education. During his first 100 working days, he plans to filter input from each interested party.

However, the education policy to be taken by Nadiem is claimed to be not much different from its predecessor, Muhadjir Effendy. Deputy for Education and Religion at the Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture, Agus Sartono, said improvements in the quality of labor in educational institutions refer to SMKs. , from a total of 6.8 million unemployed as of February 2018, the majority of them are vocational graduates.

“The incompatibility of vocational graduates and the world of work is based on lack of internship opportunities,” Agus said. Children are educated, then apprenticed. Without an apprenticeship, they will be nervous while working, “he said.

Agus said that the government’s long-term plan is to simplify the SMK curriculum. In addition, in the next five years around 5,000 vocational schools are targeted to be involved in the apprenticeship program initiated by the government and the business world. Finally, it appears that SMK graduates have difficulty finding work. “

“Such vicious circles must be corrected. so that people gradually do not pursue degrees but job opportunities. The ultimate goal of schooling and college is to get a job, not just a degree, “Agus said. In 2020, the Ministry of Education and Culture will receive a budget of Rp35.7 trillion. Not just a matter of curriculum, education practitioners assess Nadiem needs to look into the issue of education affordability to the quality and welfare of teachers.

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1. Starting from the new policy of the Japanese government
Solihin told, the birth of the Reiwa Indonesia forum began with the Japanese government’s policy regarding the entry of workers in several fields which came into force since April 2019. In the new law, the Japanese government will extend foreign worker visas. Thus it is expected that more foreign workers will enter and take over tens of thousands of types of office jobs whose positions are vacant.

According to Solihin, countries supplying labor to Japan such as Myanmar, the Philippines, Cambodia and Magnolia were so aggressive in seeing this opportunity, even they had signed an MoU or signed an agreement. Unfortunately, IJB-Net sees that the Indonesian government is still calm seeing this opportunity. From there, this forum was born.

“Other countries have already entered in, this is an extraordinary potential, Indonesia is relatively small, you know, becoming a workforce in Japan,” he said.

2. The government is expected to immediately enter into an agreement
Chairperson of IJB-Net, Dr. Suyoto Rais, said that the forum was expected to be a bridge for as many Indonesian workers as possible to enter Japan. “We are less aggressive than other countries to supply workers in Japan,” he added.

The presence of this forum is expected to encourage all stakeholders in Indonesia to jointly take advantage of opportunities that have been opened wide by the Japanese government. “We just need to fill it, of course with good and professional preparedness and collaborating with all parties so that Indonesian workers can be accepted,” Suyoto said.

3. There is no target quota for this forum
Meanwhile, Solihin said there was no limit on how many people could join as members, only that there were a number of qualifications that had to be met, including:

Bachelor degree in related engineering or who has sufficient Japanese language skills (N2 and above), former Japanese interns (if you have related certification, can be without competency test), Indonesian citizens who have related field competencies need field competency tests and Japanese N4 and above.

For information, the additional Reiwa Indonesia will be a liaison for the entry of workers from Indonesia to Japan. At this Forum, members will get information, guidance and assistance as needed to be able to work in Japan.

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4. What does Reiwa mean?
Reina itself is the name of the era in Japan which began on May 1, 2019, one day after Emperor Akihito abdicated and when his son, Naruhito, would ascend the throne to become the 126th emperor of Japan.

Rei means rule, but it can also have beneficial meaning. While Wa means harmony. Based on this, Reiwa means that culture will be born and nurtured when people harmonize their hearts beautifully.

Coinciding with International Labor Day and the change of the Empire in Japan into the Reiwa era, the Indonesian Japanese Business Network (IJB-Net) launched a forum called Reiwa Indonesia today (1/5). IJB-Net Executive Director Solihin said that the program was actually aimed at increasing Indonesia’s human resources (HR).

“More and more Indonesian professionals in Japan are expected to have more knowledge, so there is a transfer of information that will be brought to Indonesia,” he said when confirmed by the IDN Times, Wednesday (1/5)