Development of Vocational Education as Demands Revitalization of Vocational High School in Dual Skills Program

DOI®: doi.org/10.21276/ijre.2017.4.12.1

CITATION: Widayana, G., & Mukhadis, A. (2018). Development of Vocational Education as Demands Revitalization of Vocational High School in Dual Skills Program. International Journal Of Research And Engineering, 4(12), 278-282

Author(s): 1Gede Widayana, 2A. Mukhadis

Affiliation(s): 1Mechanical Engineering Education, Ganesha University of Education, Indonesia. 2State University of Malang, Indonesia

Abstract: Result of analysis of Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) obtained data that some skill program in Vocational High School (SMK) experiencing lack of productive teacher. The existence of a dual skills education program is one way to meet the lack of productive teachers. Dual Skill Program intended here is the transfer and or addition of the teacher’s assignment from the adaptive subject teacher to become a productive SMK teaching teacher on a particular skill competence in accordance with his interests and talents. Dual Skill Program is aimed at teachers to obtain certification of skills as productive teachers that last for 12 months through four stages with stage of education and training process through the pattern of “On-1 In-1 On-2 and In-2” (theory and practice) At the ON stage participants learn independently in their home school with a given module and mentoring. While for stage IN participants exist in the industry and Center for Development and Empowerment of Educators and Education Personnel (PPPPTK)[10]. At the end of the training, teachers who are participants of the Dual Skill Program may receive a double certificate, a certificate of expertise and an educator certificate. Programs adopted from sandwich systems are good for improving teacher competence, but have not provided an evaluation of the effectiveness of productive teacher printing.

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