Improving The Electricity Competence of UNDIP’s Vocational School to Cooperate with PPSDN KEBTKE
PPSDM KEBTKE collaborates with the Undip Vocational School to improve student competencies in the electricity sector. On Friday, March 22 2019, the Center for Human Resource Development, Electricity, New Energy, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (PPSDM KEBTKE) visited UNDIP’s Vocational School. Andy Maulana Hidayat, S.Kom., M.Eng. as the Head of the Sub-Division of the PPSDM KEBTKE Program and the team explores the cooperation in developing competencies for graduates and academic staff in the field of Electrical Engineering, in particular.
Competency certificates are one of the mandatory requirements for Vocational School graduates as a companion to graduation diplomas. Through this certification program, graduates receive skill training so it has added value that is in line with their fields of competence. This is in line with the vision of UNDIP’s Vocational School to become the center for superior and international vocational education.
“Cooperation with PPSDM KEBTKE is certainly very useful, because expertise in the fields of Electricity, New Energy, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation also involves multidisciplinary study programs”, said Yuniarto, ST, MT as Secretary of Diploma III Electrical Engineering Study Program. (US)