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Objective:”improve alignment and coordination between regional industry

demand/opportunity and education/training resources available to individuals living in

our 11 focus communities.”
Nama Antonius Victor
NPM P022191019
Background Statistical data shows that there is a growth in the number of educated workforce each
year. However, this is not followed by employment absorption in the industrial sector,
resulting in an increase in the amount of unemployment each year. Results of survey
conducted showed that the main factor of the lack of employment is due to the lack of
educational institutions that collaborate with the industrial sector that absorbs labor.
Most educational institutions only provide education and training, without trying to open
relations with the industrial sector in order to absorb the labor they have produced. In
addition, there are many job seekers who do not have the expertise certification required
by the industrial sector. Therefore, to increase the absorption of the workforce, more
educational institutions are needed to organize education and training in certified skills,
which can be accessed by individuals, as well as those that build good cooperation with
the industrial sector.
Rationale Through educational institutions that have collaboration with the industrial sector, it is
expected to be a pathway that brings the workforce they produce to the industrial sector.
The more educational institutions like this that are accessible to individuals, the faster it
will reduce unemployment. Furthermore, industries need skilled workers, so an increase
in the number of workers with expertise certification is needed.
Objective 1. Improve alignment and coordination between regional industry
demand/opportunity and education/training resources available to individuals
living in our 11 focus communities.
2. Create a standardization of expertise for workers through certified education and
training expertise as a standard that can be used in the industrial sector.
Mechanism and The main thing that needs to be done to achieve the two objectives stated above is by
design developing available educational institutions and building good cooperation between
educational institutions and the industrial sector. Things and mechanisms that will be
carried out, in detail will be described as follows:
1. Build an effective partnership/network among 11 focus community anchor
institutions, Cumberland County Workforce Development Board, high schools
serving our 11 focus communities, and local employers to drive candidate
identification and recruitment for job training and placement. Group discussion
forums will be held twice a year among stakeholders, discussing the needs and
synergies between all stakeholders. For educational institutions, the results of
this discussion will be an evaluation for the development of an educational
curriculum that is suitable to the needs of the industrial sector. While for the
industrial world, the results of this discussion will ensure that the labor they will
get is in accordance with their needs.
2. Carry out an internship program for 4 months a year (each batch). Internship
program is carried out at the end of each educational program by educational
institutions. This is expected to improve the relationship of educational
institutions with the industrial sector, and also prepare prospective workers with
the required expertise.
3. Based on a review of promising industry sectors, increase the number of certified
NC Works career pathways from two to five within three years. This is done by
providing work education and training for workers and job seekers who do not
yet have NC Works expertise certificates. The training will be held twice a year
for 50 people per class
4. Develop educational institutions that are accredited to the standards of
Cumberland County Workforce Development Board that can produce workers
with expertise certification. This is done by increasing the number of educational
institutions that provide NC Works certified education from 20% to 90% within
three years.
5. Conduct periodic evaluations for educational institutions that have been
accredited, so that they continue to develop in accordance with the needs of the
industrial sector. This evaluation will be conducted at least once a year.
required Estimated costs and
sources of funding
Activity Sub Activity (in Millions of rupiah) Cost Components
State Others
Improve alignment Establish 20 Meeting room
and coordination Group costs, consumption
between regional discussion costs, expert fees.
industry forums among
demand/opportunity stakeholders.
and education/training Carry out 30 Work equipment
resources available to internship costs, internship
individuals living in program. work wages.
our 11 focus
Create a Increase the 50 Training costs
standardization of number of include rental
expertise for workers certified NC premises, teacher
through certified Works career fees, and
education and training pathways equipment costs.
expertise as a Develop 100 Planning expert
standard that can be accredited costs, development
used in the industrial educational costs including the
sector institutions development of
Conduct 20 Expert costs, office
periodic inventory costs
evaluations for
Implementation Year 1 Year 1 Year 1
Sub Activities
Sechedule Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
1. Establish Group discussion forums
among stakeholders.
2. Carry out internship program.
3. Increase the number of certified NC
Works career pathways
4. Develop accredited educational
5. Conduct periodic evaluations for

Performance Indicators Baseline Mid Final

indicators of 1. Implementation of Group Discussion Forums 0% 50% 100%
activities among stakeholders
2. Percentage of full internship (4 months each 0% 75% 100%
3. Number of workers with a NC Workers 200 350 500
certificate. People People Peopl
4. percentage of education institutions that 20% 50% 90%
provide NC Works certified
5. presentation of the evaluation of accredited 0% 50% 100%
educational institutions activities
Sustainability After three years, this program will still be implemented using the local government
budget while still involving stakeholders. after the program has been applied for three
years, the continuation of this program will be under the supervision of the local
government department of employment and education.
Person in Mr. Antonius Victor – Head of Cumberland County Workforce Development Board