Meningkatkan keterampilan tenaga kerja merupakan prioritas utama pemerintah Indonesia. Hal ini dapat dicapai melalui peningkatan mutu kurikulum dan staf pengajar serta kerja sama dengan berbagai pihak industri.
Indonesia has undergone rapid social and economic change in recent decades. Industrialisation has occurred in many areas and the move to democracy has supported the development of an emergent market economy. An enduring challenge, however, is matching workforce training and skills with the needs of key industries.
Review of vocational education and training programs in informing the future seaweed industry in South Sulawesi
Improving the skills of the workforce is a key priority for the Indonesian government and this can be achieved by enhancing the quality of the curriculum, teaching staff and working closely with industry.
Demand from Australian consumers for sustainable produce has heightened opportunities for Indonesian businesses, a breakfast in Melbourne has heard.
The Indonesian city of Makassar is served by the higher education public facility of Universitas Hasanuddin. The science-focussed university serves a province that is increasing its port capacity and has started the development of its first railway.
A team of Australian and Indonesian researchers has identified the need for more soft skills and gender diversity, for its workforce to have the skills Indonesia needs to achieve its ambitions to become a major sea power.
Pentingnya kepemimpinan perempuan di lingkungan sekolah untuk mengurangi kesenjangan gender dalam pendidikan
Sistem pendidikan Indonesia membutuhkan sebuah perubahan, dan kehadiran lebih banyak pemimpin perempuan di lingkungan sekolah dapat mendorong terwujudnya hal tersebut.
A transformation is needed in Indonesia’s educational system and it can be pushed in the right direction by having more women in leadership positions in schools.
The Governor of South Sulawesi, Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, has used a roundtable event in Melbourne to highlight infrastructure and education. The Read more
For more than two decades, linguists and researchers have observed a decline in Australians’ interest in learning the Indonesian language (bahasa Indonesia).
Young port workers in the maritime city of Makassar lack digital skills. Vocational schools can be the solution.
Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) this year found significant gaps in digital literacy and skills between the education system and industrial needs in South Sulawesi.
A PAIR team has advocated for vocational skills alignment in South Sulawesi by submitting several policy recommendations to the Indonesian directorate of vocational education.
Lead researchers from an Australia-Indonesia Centre program on improving health outcomes have outlined their findings to Indonesia’s Ministry of Health and the National Committee on Disability.
A national initiative aimed at encouraging the study of languages at university can also help reinvigorate the Indonesian language in Australia, according Read more
While the Indonesian tech sector is growing rapidly, the level of skilled workers is struggling to keep up. But that is where the opportunities lie.