Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, ISSN: 2320-7027,Vol.: 26, Issue.: 4
Skill Training Model in Increasing Competence of Street Children (Case Study in Depok Town)
Murhadi1, Fx Setiyo Wibowo1* and Kadek Wiweka1 1Sahid Institute of Tourism Jakarta, Jl. Kemiri No. 22, Pondok Cabe, Pamulang, Indonesia.
Murhadi1, Fx Setiyo Wibowo1* and Kadek Wiweka1
1Sahid Institute of Tourism Jakarta, Jl. Kemiri No. 22, Pondok Cabe, Pamulang, Indonesia.
(1) David B. Ugal, Department of Sociology, Federal University, Lafia, Nigeria.
(2) Roxana Plesa, University of Petrosani, Romania.
(1) Hannah Mills Mechler, Texas Woman’s University, USA.
(2) Sabahattin Deniz, Muğla Sıtkı Koçman Üniversity, Turkey.
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Aims: (1) To obtain a picture of the skills training conducted by the Social Affairs and Manager of Street Children in Depok Town, (2) To figure out the implementation of the model of skills training in enhancing the competence of street children, (3) To evaluate the training model.
Study Design: Case Study.
Place and Duration of Study: Depok Town, West Java, Indonesia, between June until November 2017.
Methodology: We included 30 respondents of Street Children (24 men, 6 women; age range 12-23 years) with in-depth interviews with related offices, manager of street children and companies in the local area.
Results: (1) The model consists of Managers of Street Children at Sekolah Master as the venue for the training program as well as the education and training of street children, Street Children as the main object in this study and Donors or Community as training program providers and funders; (2) The implementation involves choosing a training that is preferred by street children, the results of the training have a direct impact towards skills, as resource for working, the training is provided directly by trainers form company through simulation and practice at workplace or in place which has been provided and equipped with tools and materials needed, training materials tailored to the the competencies required by the company; (3) The evaluation of training model implemented is training should provided the competencies needed by company.
Conclusion: (1) The manager of street children at Sekolah Master has conducted periodical guidance to street children through skill training; (2) The manager of street children at Sekolah Master walk to pull through coaching, education and coaching spirituality and in fostering constrained to support the completeness of equipment, facilities, and funding support; (3) Various of training has been given to street children in order that they will have the better of life.
Street children; training model; Sekolah Master; skills.Review History Comments