Vocational school student products can meet national requirements
It’s a legendary feat. The products of vocational school graduates are inspiring. (If looked at from the perspective of the) Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), Mas Arfian (founder of Dtech company) is akin to a Ph.D.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The products of vocational school graduates can meet current national requirements, according to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology.
“It is a legendary achievement. The products of vocational school graduates are inspiring. (If we look at it from the perspective of the) Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), Mas Arfian (founder of Dtech company) to a doctorate,” the ministry’s Director General of Vocational Education, Wikan Sakarinto, noted in a written statement here Thursday.
PT Dtech Innovation Indonesia, a company founded by vocational school graduates, produces 3-axis CNC milling machines. They excel in the production of machine tools, with a domestic component level value of more than 40%.
The CNC machine has also been certified by PT Surveyor Indonesia since September 24, 2021, with a domestic component level value of 40.91%. As it met the requirements, it could be pushed towards the market and in particular in the purchase of goods and services by the government, public enterprises, regional enterprises and the private sector.
Sakarinto suggested that the company could be one of the referred companies for project-based internships for vocational students which was one of Merdeka’s vocational campus programs.
Dtech founder Arfian Fuadi noted that the company aims to encourage children to be creative in their innovations.
“Although the company initially only served orders from overseas, but since 2018 we have paid more attention to Indonesia. We want to do something for Indonesia,” he said. He underlines.
Fuadi noted that every year his company trains about 500 people for free and the trainees include teachers and students.
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