Implementation of Production Based Learning Models in the Workshop Program of Education of Building Engineering Education Sebelas Maret University
Building Engineering Education becomes a vocational education institution that prepares competent and professional graduates in building engineering. The background of this research is from the problem of the learning process that is not in accordance with the business world and the industrial world (DUDI). Through this research to see the products in Building Engineering Education seen from the teaching factory components. The purpose of this research is to find out: (1) competence delivered, (2) completion time, (3) the product is required internally/ externally. (4) investment needs. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method. The data used is the semester learning plan, college contracts and interviews. Sampling in this study using purposive sampling technique with snowball sampling technique. Based on the research results, it concluded that: (1) the competencies that are delivered from three managerial functions, namely learning planning in the form of semester learning plans (RPS) are following the existing planning stages; implementation of learning methods used project-based learning, (2) time for completion of the product processing process is completed on time according to the college contract, (3) products needed internally / externally, preferably the type of product that is in accordance with the market, (4) investment needs can be accepted in the market or used for further practice, the proceeds from product sales are allocated for maintenance and developments of tools.
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