- Raise awareness of policymakers and social partners on quality apprenticeships by presenting selected initiatives of other G20 countries to promote quality apprenticeships
- Promote quality work-based learning including apprenticeship in Indonesia by sharing international and domestic good practices, especially practical tools
- Listen to young apprentices’ experiences and their perspectives and reflect them in discussion on quality work based Learning in Indonesia
- Deepen social dialogue on Indonesia’s framework on quality work based learning
Seminar StrategyThe ILO will collaborate with the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs and APINDO to hold a one-day workshop on Quality Work-based Learning Program in Indonesia. The workshop will focus on two main topics: policy framework and good practices and experiences of selected companies to implement work based learning programmes.
The workshop will invite apprentices and students (including a female apprentice from automotive sector or female trainees from BLK’s ICT classes) to share their experiences of work-based learning in a talk show format. Perspectives of youth will set the scene for the discussions of the workshop.
First Panel on the legal framework will be presented by three organizations: ILO, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Ministry of Manpower and APINDO. ILO will present on G20 initiatives to promote quality apprenticeships and general concept on Work Based Learning. The Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs will present the Roadmap to Development of Education and Vocational Training which work-based learning is one of the components. The presentation will also cover differences implementation of work based learning in various ministries such as Ministry of Education, Ministry of Industry and Ministry of Higher Education, their achievement as well as challenges.
Ministry of Manpower will present their National Apprenticeship Program as an example of the implementation of Work Based Learning in Indonesia. APINDO will present the strategy preparation of industry to implement Work Based Learning and the role on Indonesia Apprenticeship Network.
At the second session, ILO will present Tools on Quality Apprenticeship for Employers based on experiences from other countries. Following to that, three companies will be invited to present their experiences and good practices of various types of work-based learning. The knowledge-sharing would inspire other companies to initiate apprenticeships. At the end of the panel, ILO will provide general comment on the implementation of work based learning in Indonesia and recommendation to strengthen and improve quality of work based learning.