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The Minister of Manpower (Menaker), Ida Fauziyah attended the inauguration of the United Tractors (UT) School of Work Training Institute (LPK) on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
The event was also attended by Mr. Edie Sarwono, Mrs. Endang Tri Handayani and Mr. Teguh Setiono along with the United Tractors directors. The event also took place the release of 118 UT School students to conduct (On The Job Training) OJT
"We welcome positively the LPK UT School which is a laboratory for the formation of young generation that is reliable, highly competitive, creative, and characterized. "If all industries have a strong commitment like UT School, then we can achieve acceleration to reach Indonesia in 2045," he said.
The event took place for the inauguration of 3 new learning facilities from UT School including, the Electrical Laboratory Laboratory, Multimedia Center and Safety Center. From the three labs, it is expected to be able to increase learning education for UT School students to be feasible and work professionally in the best companies.
The Board of Trustees of the Karya Bakti United Tractors Foundation, Edhie Sarwono, said that they were open and ready to become partners with the government and all stakeholders to improve the quality of the Indonesian workforce. The partnership is to create a competitive and competent workforce at home and abroad.
Ida believes, if all companies and industries have the spirit as demonstrated by UT School to move together to build Indonesian human resources, then the ideals towards Competent Indonesia can be achieved.
"We positively welcome the existence of LPK UT School, which is a laboratory for the formation of young people who are reliable, highly competitive, creative, and characterized. If all industries have a strong commitment like UT School, then we can achieve acceleration to achieve superior Indonesia in 2045," he said.
"We ask the Ministry of Manpower to be able to support UT School, when the time comes, UT School is ready to send alumni abroad to meet the needs of the global workforce". Said Edhie.
Teguh also added as the UT School director that later the UT School was able to create competent processional experts who were ready to compete with other country workers to become a source of experts, not just rough labor.