The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fishery compare competence of graduates of Fishery secondary School (SUPM) against competence of university graduates (Master degree in fishery). The system in SUPPM relied on 70 practice 70% theory. Bambang Suseno of Human Resources of KKP told Business News (3/8).
SUPM was implementing outdoor teaching to the maximum. The technique being taught were among others: how to catch fish. Knowledge in ship operating and maintenance, and fish processing. “Master degree graduates (S1) know much about theories but they may not know how to operate or maintain ship machines”.
The development of fishery sector relied much of facilities and infra structure; so some of Government SUPM in Bone, South Sulawesi had facilities like hatchery, laboratory navigation instruments etc, “Index of human resources development in fishery industry would be stepped up by certification. The more personnel certified the more would be employed.”
He prioritized program by standardization and certification must be linked to marine and fishery. (SS)
Business New - August 7, 2015