Evaluation Of Industrial Work Practice Program (Prakerind) In Vocational School Of Technology

Weni Widiastuti

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One key to increasing competitiveness is to improve the quality of education, because education plays an important role in preparing quality human resources. So that this makes schools need to produce a variety of competitive advantages from their education output, especially Vocational High Schools (SMK), because Vocational Schools (SMK) are one of the secondary education levels that prepare graduates who are ready to work, by holding compulsory travel programs are industrial work practices that provide opportunities for students to adapt to the atmosphere or climate of the actual work environment. However, the process of adapting to the work environment also has a diverse impact on students. Especially when they return to school because the hours of entry with the workshop are different so that many come late, not to mention the appearance of students is also far from the rules of the school, facing this thing Vocational High School (SMK) Kaliangkrik Engineering directs Industrial Work Practices (Prakerin) concentrated in "A" 04-43-02 Magelang owned by the Indonesian National Army (TNI). The population of this study were students of class XI of SMK Kaliangkrik Engineering which numbered 58 students. The implementation of Prakerind under the guidance of the TNI can improve students' discipline and character, so that when they are finished, students are conditioned on their appearance, neatness, discipline and character. The population of this study were students of class XI of SMK Kaliangkrik Engineering which numbered 58 students

Keywords: Prakerind, Benglab "A" 04-43-02 Magelang, discipline, character


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