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Vocational School

Improvement Program

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“I really hope for more significant improvements
on vocational education and training, so we
would definitely be able to meet our target.
It is the demographic bonus that will reach
its peak in around 2030. Thus, we can really
receive the benefits of it and develop human
resources massively. And the key is a measure
for improvement, an integrated reform in
vocational education and trainings.” President Joko Widodo

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Practical Increasing human resources quality through
education is one of Djarum Foundation’s missions.
In 1963, we first started our education initiative by
Our main objective is to grow a job-ready workforce
by facilitating 16 Vocational Schools in the Kudus area
– a mix of private and public schools offering the

Skills building and renovating schools in our hometown of


Kudus, Central Java.
targeted fields of study - to become top choices for
Junior Secondary School graduates to pursue their
next level of study and receive quality preparation

for High
The current education program that we are focusing for their professional careers.
on now is the Vocational School Improvement
Initiative in the Kudus area, which was first initiated
in 2011.

Paying Jobs Several vocational fields of study have been targeted


and comprehensively reworked in order to meet
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Vocational School
Fields of Study Supported
UNTIL END OF 2018

Creative Economy Engineering Hospitality Maritime

Animation Architecture Concept Arts Automation Chemical Computer & Beauty and Spa Marine
Engineering Engineering Network Engineering
Engineering

Fashion Mobile and Mechanical Welding Culinary Arts Nautical


Design Game Engineering Engineering Studies
Development

8 INTRODUCTION
New Fields of Study

2019 2020 2021

Furniture & Hospitality Baking & Caregiver Power Plant Film Production
Interior Design Services Pastry Arts Engineering

Heavy Renewable Graphic Design Building


Equipment Energy Maintenance

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 9


Partners

10 INTRODUCTION
Participating
Schools
SMK Assa’idiyyah SMK Muhammadiyah

SMK Assa’idiyyah 2 SMK Negeri 1

SMK Duta Karya SMK Negeri 3

SMK NU Banat SMK PGRI 1

SMK NU Ma’arif SMK PGRI 2

SMK NU Ma’arif 2 SMK Taman Siswa

SMK Kristen Nusantara SMK Raden Umar Said

SMK Lemuria SMK Wisudha Karya

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Introduction 03

Animation 14 Automation Engineering 36

Architecture 18 Chemical Engineering 40

Concept Arts 22 Computer & Network Engineering 44

Fashion Design 26 Mechanical Engineering 48

Mobile and Game Development 30 Welding Engineering 52

Creative Economy Engineering

Table of
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Beauty and Spa 58 Marine Engineering 68

Culinary Arts 62 Nautical Studies 72

Hospitality Maritime

Contents School Addresses 76


VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 13
Creative Economy

Creative Economy

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INNOVATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHICH DEVELOPS STUDENTS’
MASTERY IN THE REALM OF 3D ANIMATION USING INDUSTRY-
STANDARD LESSON MATERIALS AND FACILITIES.
Creative Economy

Animation

Nurturing Savvy The creative industry in Indonesia has a promising To realize that potential, Indonesia needs an
future, with more and more youngsters showing their education system that can produce more talent
3D Animators interest in creative subjects, such as 3D animation. with the ability to advance the country’s animation
industry.
to the World Stage This popular method of animation is used for many
purposes, from live-action movies and television To address this opportunity, Djarum Foundation
series to web videos and mobile or console games. has set up a vocational animation program at the
Vocational High School Raden Umar Said, in Kudus,
The good news is that the equipment required to Central Java. This program utilizes a curriculum which
produce high-quality 3D animation has become more is developed to fit the need of 3D animation today.
affordable in the last five years, thanks to rapid IT
development in Indonesia and across the globe. It’s Aside from preparing a skilled workforce for the
a condition that has opened a great opportunity for animation industry, the curriculum is also tailored
Indonesian youngsters to engage in film productions. to teach students how to produce creative artworks
that can bring Indonesian local wisdom and folk
With its diversity of culture and creative talents, narratives to global audiences.
Indonesia surely has the potential to become a
strategic center for the world’s animation industry.

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17
Student Enrollment
Creative Economy

220
2018

145
TRIAWAN MUNAF CONWAY GOH 2017
Head of the Creative Economy Agency of Senior Manager of APAC
the Republic of Indonesia Autodesk Education Experience
86
2016

25
2015

What They Say

I’ve visited the Disney and Pixar studios twice. Equipping next-generation talent with the 3D design Starting Salary
The facilities in this vocational school are up to par software tools to bring their ideas to life is right
with those I saw there. The lectures on animation at the heart of what we do at Autodesk, and our IDR 7,500,000 – 9,000,000
design for the students here are also following the collaboration with Djarum Foundation and Raden
standard abroad. Umar Said Vocational School sees us grooming
students for rewarding careers in the global media
Students are not cooped up inside a classroom only; and entertainment industry.
they study and work in a studio, like those at Disney Participating Schools
and Pixar. So, should they work in an overseas studio Over the past 22 years, all winners of the Academy
in the future, they will be ready, as they are used to Award® for Best Visual Effects in Film have used • SMK Raden Umar Said
the same advanced facilities. Autodesk solutions. Through our collaboration, these
students studying animation in Kudus City now have
In today’s competitive world, the youth must always access to the same professional 3D design tools and
develop their skills. We should not be afraid of the training for free.
competition. We continue to cultivate transfer of
knowledge so that our own products can compete
with those made abroad.

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Color Grading Studio Production Studio

Sound Studio

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Visual Effect Studio
INCORPORATING THE LATEST BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
(BIM) TECHNOLOGY INTO A MODERN ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING
CURRICULUM.
Creative Economy

Architecture

Generating The construction industry in Indonesia is currently These massive construction projects result in
worth 10% of the country’s massive GDP. Our increasing demand for skilled professionals in the
Architectural Drafters economy is predicted to grow into one of the largest fields of architecture, civil, mechanical, and electrical
in the world in the coming decade and construction engineering. In the architectural field, architects and
Skilled in Latest Digital will play a leading role on it. For infrasturcture architectural drafters work together in designing
project alone, the Indonesian government is planning houses and commercial buildings. While architects
Modelling Techniques to spend $450 billion by the end of 2020 offering develop building designs, architectural drafters
investors with unequalled opportunites for short and are those who translate the designs into technical
long-term returns. drawings or blueprints.

The country’s population stands at more than 260 Two vocational schools in Kudus train students
million and this represents a promising area for to acquire proficiency in architectural drafting by
investment in the construction industry, namely incorporating Building Information Modeling (BIM)
meeting the housing demands of Indonesia’s huge technology. Under guidance from leading players
and growing population. In addition to residential in the industry, students learn how to operate this
projects, demand for other sectors, such as digital 3D model-based processing software that
commercial buildings, health care facilities, and allows construction professionals to efficiently plan,
educational projects is also growing at a fast pace. design, construct, and manage buildings.

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21
Student Enrollment
170
Creative Economy

2018

134
126 2017

2016
MUNTIAH AJI BANGSAWAN
Parent of Architectural Drafting Student Architecture Drawing Student
SMK Nusantara 95
86 2015

2014

What They Say

Since he was in MTs (Islamic junior high school), I chose the Architecture program because I want Starting Salary
my son has always liked to draw. He said he wanted to increase my chances of landing a good career.
to become an architect, like one of our neighbors. Currently I know how to draw 2D and 3D buildings. IDR 6,000,000 – 7,000,000
I support his choice, and he himself chose to go I also have learned about writing a budget plan for a
to SMK Nusantara and is now taking the Architectur building project.
major. As a single parent, I can only support him and
pray that he’ll become successful in the future. I am more confident with my choice of program
because the facilities in the school really support me Participating Schools
The school where my son is enrolled is equipped in gaining competence that the industry requires.
with modern facilities to cater to the needs of the Various advanced facilities, like CAD computers, • SMK Kristen Nusantara
students, including my son. I’m grateful that my son drawing rooms, and other tools can help in realizing • SMK Lemuria
can study in such a well-equipped school. This is my dream to become an architect.
what he needs.

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Design Studio

Drafting Studio

Building Information Modeling (BIM) Studio

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THE COURSE GOES BEYOND STANDARD ILLUSTRATION TECHNIQUES.
UTILIZING BOTH TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA, IT PLACES
EMPHASIS ON CONCEPT ARTS TO CONVEY CREATIVE IDEA INTO
Creative Economy

REALITY.

Concept Arts

Flourisihing Skillful Indonesia’s rich cultural diversity and heritage includes storyboard development, character design,
provides a strong foundation for a thriving creative animatic production, and 2D animation creation.
Young Talents industry. To become competitive, Indonesia needs Outside of the animation industry, students are
young talents who have the ability to conceptualize equipped with the ability to translate large amounts
to Become cultural ideas and narratives into creative products. of information into relatively simple visual aids. This
In addition, Indonesia also needs concept artists who process has been a cornerstone of marketing for
Concept Artists are able to translate all creative ideas with effective, hundred of years.
eye-catching presentation.
Opportunities for Concept Arts graduates are
The Vocational School Concept Arts curriculum in wide open. Graduates can be employed by various
Kudus focuses not only on illustration techniques, companies within the creative industry sector,
but also on the importance of concept arts. Students such as animation production houses, advertising
are exposed to the various skills needed to tell agencies, or game developers. They may even work
compelling, visually attractive, and engaging stories on a freelance basis or directly as in-house concept
through highly polished artworks artists for companies in a diverse range of industries.

Within the animation industry, concept artists play


a crucial part in the pre production process, which

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Student Enrollment
Creative Economy

148
2018

103
2017
90 90
66 2015 2016

2014
WOODY WOODMAN MASAMI OBARI
Storyboard Artist for Walt Disney’s Movies Japanese Anime Director
(Brother Bear, Mulan, Tarzan) Mecha and Character Designer

What They Say

Raden Umar Said Vocational School is giving kids During my teaching stint—I taught Anime Robotic— Starting Salary
of Kudus a chance to learn about illustration art at Raden Umar Said Vocational School, the students
that wouldn’t normally have an opportunity. After and the teaching staff have helped inspire my own IDR 7,000,000 – 9,000,000
working in the animation industry for 20 years, I am creativity. The students and the teaching staff are
privileged and honored to share my experience and extraordinary; they have the ‘feel’, which is different
knowledge to young kids who have the talent and from that of the Japanese. I believe this is because
desire to learn about illustration for animation. Indonesia is rich in cultures.
Participating Schools
This industry is dynamic and on the rise in Southeast Indonesians have their own brand of creativity.
Asia, particularly in Indonesia. All it takes is the right As a creator, I learn a lot from them. It is high • SMK Raden Umar Said
support, a little hard work, training from faculty time that more Indonesians work as creators in
members with world experience and the young international studios. Hopefully we will see more
people of Kudus have the opportunities to land in collaborations between Japanese and Indonesian
prestigious jobs worldwide. artists in the future.

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Computer Graphic Studio

Art Studio

Digital Drawing Studio

Photography Studio

27
ENRICHING A FASHION DESIGN CURRICULUM WITH LOCAL TRADITIONS
TO PRODUCE GRADUATES WITH SKILLS NEEDED BY THE FASHION
INDUSTRY.
Creative Economy

Fashion Design

Cultivating Talented Indonesia’s fashion industry is now soaring to ever The Vocational School Fashion Design curriculum
greater heights, with a thriving modest fashion scene focuses on technical knowledge and practical skills
Fashion Designers that paves the way for the country to become the ranging from fashion design, fashion production,
world’s center for fashion by 2025. to managing fashion business, merchandising and
Who Create a New Age marketing practice.
As a country which has the large cohort of young
of Clothing people, Indonesia has become flourishing hub of The program aims at producing graduates with
fashion trends. Many local designers have come up world-class competency and who can contribute
with various new styles from modest clothing to to realizing Indonesia’s future fashion scene as the
ethnically-inspired style. major driver to the country’s creative economy
sector.
Indonesia’s fashion industry also boasts a vast  
cultural heritage. This is demonstrated with the
proliferation of batik wear, the most popular
traditional fabric tailored for modest wear. The
popularity of batik has also led to the creation of
beautiful arrays of fashionable, modern-day batik
motifs and patterns.

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Student Enrollment
531
Creative Economy

499 2018

464 2017
2016

396
2015

ALI CHARISMA RISA MAHARANI 278


National Chairman Fashion Design Alumni 2014

Indonesian Fashion Chamber Fashion Designer


Zoya

What They Say

The quality enhancement program in fashion studies After graduating from vocational school, I felt that Starting Salary
implemented in Kudus’s vocational schools is a indeed vocational high school was the main choice
spoton measure as it can help realize the goal of than the other schools, especially my vocational IDR 7,000,000 – 9,000,000
making Indonesia one of the world’s leading fashion high school SMK NU Banat Kudus education which
centers, notably in the Ready to Wear Craft Fashion received assistance from the Djarum Foundation,
industry. I got adequate facilities and more focused learning
for the future, when my other friends have just got
With the curriculum improvements, as well as the facility at the university. I got the facility when I Participating Schools
the increased quality of teaching and learning, was in vocational school.
the graduates are expected to be creative and • SMK Negeri 1
highly skilled human resources ready to enter the The advantages that I got from vocational school • SMK Negeri 3
professional fashion industry in Indonesia. in my career is I have learned first about how to do • SMK NU Banat
business, creativity , and experience where I am
Alternatively, they can grow to become independent involved in the field directly. For example, I got the
fashion entrepreneurs, putting into reality our vision opportunity to take part in trade shows and having
of seeing local Indonesian brands rise as trendsetting dialogue with clients directly.
industry leaders.

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Fashion Catwalk Production Studio

Digital Fashion Design

Pattern Making Studio

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THE CURRICULUM OFFERS PRACTICAL LEARNING METHODS THAT
EMPOWER STUDENTS TO SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOP THEIR OWN MOBILE
APPS WITH VARIOUS APPLICATION FRAMEWORKS.
Creative Economy

Mobile & Game Development

Grooming The educational framework used in the in Mobile • Understanding, developing and integrating object
and Game Development Vocational School focuses based programming concepts in an application.
Mobile and Game on practical learning aspects to develop students’ • Understanding and developing programming
skills relating to the advancement of software concepts for both iOS and Android based mobile
Developers applications. devices.

Who are Ready for Facilities provided for this major are part of a Graduates of the program will have the opportunity
comprehensive support system to ensure students to be professional mobile developers capable of
the Digital Age make the most of their trainings. competing in the industry at the international level.

The major features a curriculum that includes the


following objectives:

• Understanding modeling concepts, logic


development and programming language for
desktop, web and mobile devices.
• Understanding, developing and integrating
database concepts in an application.

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Student Enrollment
122
Creative Economy

2018

79
2017

NAUVAL FIRDAUS RAHMA AGUSTINA 50


2016
Mobile and Game Development Student Mobile and Game Development Alumni
SMK Raden Umar Said Trainee 22
Apple Developer Academy 2015

What They Say

Vocational school aims to provide its students As a vocational school alumni, I feel prepared and Starting Salary
with professional skills that can meet industries’s ready to enter the industrial environment because I
standards. And I am sure, vocational school could was trained with work-orientation mindset. During IDR 7,500,000 – 10,000,000
help me to be professional. Tech is my passion and I the 3 years of study, I was given 3 main things that
always dream to be one of the pioneers in the tech will deliver success in the future. The main things, are
world. knowledge and expertise, experiences, and character
building.
Having the correct and professional understanding Participating Schools
about technology, especially software engineering, Not only that, I am also fortunate to have studied
would be very helpful to make my goal come true, at a vocational school, especially with Djarum • SMK Raden Umar Said
which is providing affordable technology devices and Foundation, which helps a lot of the best facilities
education for people who cannot afford much. With and media for learning aspect, of course, which
this goal in mind, I’d like to study in a higher degree supported teaching and learning activities to run
and invent useful innovative technologies for the optimally.
human kind.

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Motion Capture Studio

Active Learning Classroom

Coworking Space

35
Virtual Reality Studio
Engineering

Engineering

36 ENGINEERING
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GETTING HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE ON PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC
CONTROL (PLC) AND SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION
(SCADA) DESIGN AS THE HEART AND BRAIN OF AUTOMATION
Engineering

INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES.

Automation Engineering

Breeding Proficient Now we are in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 era, in As a backbone of Industrial Revolution 4.0, Cyber-
which automation and computers work in entirely Physical Systems (CPS) involves multidisciplinary
Automation Technicians different ways than the predecessor. It optimizes the approaches, mainly fall within the field of
computers and other automation entities to connect Automation Engineering. Students learn about
to Support Industrial and communicate with one another to ultimately programming, connecting and designing
make decisions without human intervention. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and
Revolution 4.0 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
Industrial Revolution 4.0 introduces what has been systems and understanding automation industrial
called the ‘smart factory’, where combination process. In addition, students are also trained to
of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of design and configure Human-Machine Interface
Things (IoT) are able to get access to more data to (HMI) to support Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) of the
make factories more efficient and productive. This Industrial Revolution 4.0
revolution covers most areas in discrete and process
manufacturing, logistics and supply chain, chemical Students learn the various aspects of automation
process, energy, transportation, utilities, oil and gas, industrial process through integrated automation
mining and metals and other segments, including training kit, where each students is given an
resources industries, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and opportunity to explore their creativity on lab
even smart cities. projects through didactic and hands-on learning
methods.

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39
Student Enrollment
282
2018
242
Engineering

235 2017
2016
193
187 2015

2014

NOOR HADI Ir. HM TAMZIL MT


Parent of Automation Engineering Student Regent
Kudus Regency

What They Say

I choose SMK Duta Karya Vocational School because On behalf of the Kudus Regency Government, I am Starting Salary
they prepare their students to be professional very grateful to Djarum Foundation , who have given
according to their respective fields. Because of that great attention to the development of vocational IDR 12,000,000 – 15,000,000
reason, I have no doubt to have my child study in a education in Kudus, which provides assistance
vocational school. in developing innovative learning methods,
infrastructure support, and curriculum improvement
As a parent whose child study in a vocational school, of Automation Engineering at SMK NU Ma’arif.
I hope my child could progress and gain deep Participating Schools
knowledge about professional skills so that he can be The demand for high-quality human resource can
well-prepared for his future career. only be met by having good quality education • SMK NU Ma’arif
system. We can achieve this if we build synergies • SMK Wisudha Karya
I have this confidence because I have seen all the among all parties. As a Kudus Regent, I have
modern equipment that this vocational school has committed to become facilitator to support this
and I have also met all the nice and qualifed teachers purpose. We realize how important school quality
who will guide my child for the better future. is, and this can happen if we can work together with
high dedication.

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Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Lab

Wiring Lab

Automation Design Terminal

41
Scada Terminal
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IS INCORPORATED INTO THE
CURRICULUM TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN MASTERING UNIT OPERATIONS
OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING IN THE PROCESSED FOOD AND
Engineering

BEVERAGES INDUSTRY.

Chemical Engineering

Growing Competent Due to its huge population, Indonesia is considered as Through experiential learning environment, students
a dynamic market for processed food and beverages. explore basic chemistry concept through modern and
Chemical Technicians This industry is projected to serve as an anchor in engaging chemistry laboratories, fully equipped with
supporting national economic growth, which is largely latest tools and equipment. Students also sharpen
With Exposure in driven by Indonesia’s improving purchasing power and their working knowledge on analytical chemistry by
increased spending on food and beverages. directly interacting with modern instruments, such
Processed Food and as Gas Chromatography (GC), High Performance
In addition to cater growing domestic market, Indonesia Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and UV-Visible
Beverages Industry is also set to become a food and beverages regional Spectrophotometer.
production hub for Southeast Asia. To attract more
investment in this sector, several aspects such as At the end, students must be able to master unit
availability of quality raw materials and availability of operations of chemical engineering through hands-
qualified workforce must be promoted to the investors. on training on its teaching factory which focuses on
the processed food and beverages. These include the
Qualified workforce in this industry include those ability to formulate new products to meet consumer
who possesses skills and knowledge in Chemical demand, change ingredients for better flavor, change
Engineering. Kudus’ Vocational School in Chemical handling processes for more consistent texture, and
Engineering prepares students to pursue career as freeze dry products or design aseptic packaging to
Chemical Technicians in the processed food and ensure a longer shelf life.
beverages industry.

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43
Student Enrollment

137 125 128 109 131


Engineering

2014 2015 2016 2016 2016

M. BACHRI AMRAN MARCEL VAN AMERONGEN


Professor VP Cellulose Acetate Tow
Department of Chemistry Celanese Corporation
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)

What They Say

Currently, both the Indonesian government and It gives me great pleasure to participate in Djarum’s Starting Salary
industry players are actively working to enhance vision and efforts in regards to the development of
national competitiveness through initiatives aimed vocational education and training. At Celanese, we IDR 6,000,000 – 8,000,000
at improving the quality of vocational schools. are highly interested and motivated to make a global
In addition, higher education institutions also play a impact on the world through our volunteering, our
key role in helping to develop and align vocational donations and our support of a large number of
schools curriculum to meet industry demands. initiatives worldwide.
Participating Schools
The Chemistry Department at the Bandung Institute The Celanese foundation provides over $1.5mm annually
of Technology (ITB) has been involved in providing in support of qualified organizations and since 2013, • SMK Duta Karya
training for teachers at SMK Duta Karya at over Celanese has donated $12.8mm as part of our Social
a period of three years, particularly to develop Impact program.
technical expertise in chemical analysis laboratory
management in line with international standards. We take our social responsibility seriously and are
delighted to have the opportunity to support your
The collaboration with Djarum Foundation efforts. Our hope is, through your good work and the
empowers both educators and students at this support of others, the project will produce high quality
school, enabling them to work jointly to raise human resources in chemical engineering. You have our
Indonesian competitiveness through competent full appreciation for working to make a difference in the
human resources. lives of so many people.

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Chemistry Lab

Gas Chromatography

High Performance Liquid Chromatography

45
Preparation Lab
IMPLEMENTING AN INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM FROM CISCO
SYSTEMS TO PREPARE STUDENTS AS IT NETWORK ADMINISTRATORS
AND FIBER OPTIC TECHNICIANS.
Engineering

Computer and Network


Engineering

Providing Professional Students of the Computer & Network Engineering • Keeping updated on relevant skills to start a
program at our participating Vocational Schools career in ICT business as well as communicating
IT Technicians With in Kudus are equipped with an internationally and interacting with clients in the field.
standardized curriculum from Cisco Networking
An Internationally academy. The curriculum equips students to master Throughout their studies, students will gain core
various skills in information and communications competencies for international certification in their
Recognized Certification technology (ICT), such as: respective specializations, such as IT essentials, CCNA
discovery and CCNA exploration.
• Understanding how to operate a computer, and
assemble and troubleshoot problems related to At the end of the program, graduates will receive
hardware and software. an internationally recognized certification. Such an
• Critically analyzing and addressing complicated esteemed certification provides students with a
technical problems, through intensive practice great opportunity to better position themselves in
in the computer laboratory with modern and the ICT industry.
complete equipment.
• Understanding and mastering basics in design,
as well as building and implementing computer
networks with CCNA Routing and Switching.

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Student Enrollment
3,117
3,033 2018
Engineering

2017
2,593
2016
2,142
2015

1,696
BUDI SANTOSO SUTANTO YUAN ANGGARA PUTRA 2014
Country Managing Director Computer and Network Engineering Alumni
PT. Cisco System Indonesia Network Technician
PT. Angkasa Komunikasi Global Utama

What They Say

With the implementation of Cisco Networking I learned technology 101 in vocational school, Starting Salary
Academy at several vocational schools (SMK) and I was fortunate because I was in the first
in Kabupaten Kudus, the students are open to batch that can utilize the facility from Cisco. IDR 5,000,000 – 7,000,000
opportunities to become the best graduates they can
be and gain international recognition. I gained many insights from their courses which
I can implement at work. I still have to dig deeper
SMK graduates in Kudus who learned Computer to make the best use of my knowledge at work.
Engineering and Network will receive an Practical skill is more prioritized in vocational Participating Schools
international certificate; they will also possess schools rather than the theoretical one,
quality standards of graduates which are similar and that’s why it is very beneficial for me now. • SMK Assa’idiyyah
recognized throughout the world. This gives them • SMK Muhammadiyah
ample opportunities as many global companies need The most important thing is that we have to learn • SMK Negeri 3
experts in the networking sector. new things if we want to reach higher levels. • SMK NU Ma’arif
It is hard at the beginning, but gradually we would
Besides, more and more SME market their products be used to that. Therefore, upgrade your skills.
on the internet, and they also need experts in the
networking sector. especially as more and more SMEs
are marketing their products on the Internet.

48 ENGINEERING COMPUTER AND NETWORK ENGINEERING


Hardware Lab

Computer Lab

Fiber Optics Lab

Server Room

49
QUALITY EDUCATION THAT EXERCISES PRODUCTION- BASED
EDUCATION TRAINING (PBET) FOR STUDENTS TO EXPERIENCE
‘REAL-WORLD’ INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH
Engineering

KEY EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS.

Mechanical Engineering

Supplying Qualified Manufacturing is considered as one of leading Teachers in these vocational schools have received
sectors in boosting the acceleration of development intensive training from various higher institutions
Mechanical Technicians and equitable distribution of the national economy. and companies alike.
To improve Indonesia’s competitiveness on
for the Manufacturing manufacturing sector, quality human resources The training modules are aimed at increasing the
must be seriously developed in large scale through competency and qualification of teaching staff in
Sector vocational education. the Production-Based Education and Training (PBET)
method, which combines theoretical knowledge
Vocational schools offering the Mechanical and practical skills to master various Mechanical
Engineering major in Kudus Regency have Engineering techniques.
collaborated with a number of companies and
institutions in Indonesia and abroad to equip Facilities at the participating schools include
students with necessary skills in this field of numerous CNC turning and milling machines, Lathe
manufacturing sector. machine, Drill machines, bench works, and CAD
computer systems.
With the objective of honing the skills of students
at best, each school boasts a Teaching Factory to These modern equipment, along with the improved
provide students with hands on learning activities. curriculum, will enable teachers to prepare qualified
The Teaching Factory produces a learning ambience Mechanical Technicians who will strengthen
according to real working conditions. Indonesia’s manufacturing workforce.

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51
Student Enrollment
2,104
Engineering

2018
1,998
2017

1,816
1,720 2016

1,484 2015

ANDREAS LUEBECK KURNIAWAN ADI 2014


Global Sales Director Mechancial Engineering Alumni
Focke & Co. (GmbH & Co. KG) Senior Technician
PT. Trakindo Utama

What They Say

We are very grateful to Djarum Foundation for being After finishing vocational school, I feel that I Starting Salary
able to contribute to this CSR program. Moreover, have what it takes to enter the professional world.
we do very much appreciate having been invited Because I am prepared with the right skills that are IDR 8,000,000 – 12,000,000
to visit SMK Wisudha Karya in Kudus. The well- beneficial for me at work. Plus, the facilities I got in
organized tour during our visit did provide a very school are more or less similar to the ones at work.
good impression, not only the facilities and teaching
staff, but also the education system and the As a vocational school alumni, I am confident
ambitious students. to compete with my co-workers who are mostly Participating Schools
college graduates. I have the same opportunity to
We strongly believe that the Djarum Foundation progress in my career and reach significant position • SMK Kristen Nusantara
provides a considerable contribution to the social at work although I am only a vocational school • SMK Muhammadiyah
and educational development of young students, graduate. One of my dreams came true when a • SMK NU Ma’arif
enabling them to start a job career in the Industry, multinational company decided to hire me as one of • SMK NU Ma’arif 2
or elevate their education to the next level. their employees. I am confident that vocational • SMK Wisudha Karya
school graduates do have what it takes to meet the
Our best wishes to SMK Wisudha Karya for continued growing industry demands.
success in the future.

52 ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


Engineering CAD Studio

Engineering Workshop

Computer Numerical Control

Milling Machine

53
PRACTICING ADVANCED 6G PIPE WELDING TECHNIQUES WITH
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATIONS TO SUPPORT MARITIME
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS.
Engineering

Welding Engineering

Producing Certified In order to face the challenge of rapid globalization, Welding Shop building has been set up for students
Indonesia has prioritized infrastructure development to learn and practice 6G welding techniques. It
Welders Who Focus on as a core foundation for driving the nation’s boosts many of the world’s best welding machines,
economic competitiveness. This nationwide including Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW),
Heavy Industry infrastructure push requires not only significant Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc
financial investment, but also quality human Welding (GTAW) machines, CNC Plasma Cutting
resources to support the development process. machines, bending machine, shearing machine, and a
spot welding machine.
One such pressing human resource demand is for
skilled welders to work on strategic infrastructure After three years of study, graduates Welding
projects, such as shipyards projects in support of Vocational Schools will receive certification from
President Joko Widodo’s marine toll program which Indonesia’s National Professional Certification Board
require skilled welding specialists in no small number. (BNSP) as well as Japan’s Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class
NK) so that they can easily obtain job opportunities
A Welding Vocational School in Kudus has been in Japan, which currently needs many skilled welders
developed to allow vocational students to master from Indonesia.
not only 3G welding techniques, but also 6G
pipe welding. Such 6G pipe welding techniques
are precisely those sought after in strategic
infrastructure projects in Indonesia and overseas.

54 ENGINEERING WELDING ENGINEERING


55
Student Enrollment
97
Engineering

2018

67
2017
31
2016

AKHMAD NADLIB M. MOENIR


Headmaster Director
SMK NU Ma’arif Kudus PT. Kampuh Welding Indonesia

What They Say

After Getting big supports from Djarum Foundation, Kampuh’s partnership with Djarum Foundation leads Starting Salary
our school obtain the trust from society, especially to many advantages; it does help us to develop our
from the industrial users. It is evident by the welding education/training system. This partnership IDR 8,000,000 – 12,000,000
increasing demands of our outputs since they have offers a new education/training system for Vocational
good qualifications to meet the industry’s needs. High Schools and/or Vocational Training Centers which
provide welding program. Therefore, slowly but surely,
We expect Djarum Foundation to keep on monitoring we will be able to lessen the number of unemployed
our school’s performance, giving guidance in order to Vocational High School graduates because we equip Participating Schools
improve our teacher’s competence. Moreover, Djarum them with the appropriate education and training.
Foundation was willing to provide venture capital for • SMK NU Ma’arif
our students who want to run a private enterprise. Furthermore, we will help to expand Indonesia’s
industry sector as Vocational High School graduates
are more prepared and certified. This partnership
focuses to develop the key qualities that Vocational
High Schools have even more, such as workshop
design as well as learning modules for teachers.
I do hope that through partnership with Djarum
Foundation, SMK NU Maarif Kudus (Nahdlatul Ulama
Maarif Vocational High School of Kudus) will come out
as the best Vocational High School in Indonesia that
provides welding program.

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CNC Plasma Cutting

Spot Welding

Welding Workshop

Shearing and Bending Machines

57
Hospitality

Hospitality

58 HOSPITALITY
59
PROMOTING INDONESIA AS A SPA AND WELLNESS TOURISM
DESTINATION BY INTRODUCING TRADITIONAL BEAUTY TREATMENTS.
Hospitality

Beauty &Spa

Shaping Up Trained Tourism sector in Indonesia enjoys rapid growth in Indonesia’s traditional beauty and spa treatment is
2017 by reaching an all time high of over 14 million distinctly characterized by its richness in herbs and
Beauticians and overseas visitors coming to this archipelago country. spices, local wisdom, cultural heritage and unique
The number continues to climb, as the government healing techniques, which has been long practiced
Spa Therapists has set the target of welcoming 20 million overseas for many centuries. These skills are now preserved as
tourists by 2020. part of special curriculum at Kudus’ Beauty and Spa
With Traditional Vocational Schools.
Some initiatives have been taken to achieve this
Indonesian Touch target, which includes building new airports, sea Supported by industry-standard infrastructure,
ports, roads, hotels and other currently underway students learn both traditional spa treatment and
infrastructure projects. More importantly, human modern beauty therapy as well. Once they graduate,
capital for tourism industry is also actively developed they may pursue different career path, such as
to support the solid growth. certified spa therapist, beautician, makeup artist, or
even hair stylist.
Many foreign visitors are attracted not only by
natural beauty of this culturally rich country, but
also warm hospitality of its people. They experience
true hospitality of Indonesian people by indulging
themselves in well-known traditional Indonesian spa
treatment.

60 HOSPITALITY BEAUTY & SPA


61
Student Enrollment
Hospitality

17 60 99 123 156
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

PUTRI KUSWISNU WARDANI LOLALITA DELLA ROSA


President Director Beauty and Spa Therapy Student
PT. Mustika Ratu Tbk. SMK PGRI 1

What They Say

For those who choose not to continue their study I have a very keen interest in makeup and beauty Starting Salary
to the higher level, vocational school may be their world, so that’s why I choose SMK PGRI 1 Kudus as
best option. Vocational schools in Kudus offer great a place to gain practical knowlegde and skills to IDR 6,000,000 – 8,000,000
vocational programs that provide its students with develop my talent.
the right skills for future work. These programs, that
Mustika Ratu supports, have been top priorities for During my study at SMK PGRI 1, I’m thankful to
the Government, as they are meant to anticipate the be given precious opportunity to go to Paris and
changing employment & industry due to technology, become makeup artist for a fashion show there. This Participating Schools
digital, and robotics development. experience will surely enrich my skills to the higher
level. • SMK PGRI 1
Creative industries, that particulary aim to promote • SMK Taman Siswa
local culture shall contribute even more to the I hope that after graduating, along with my friends,
economical growth of the nation, especially if they I want to set up my own business within beauty and
maximize their “demographic advantages”. The spa sector, so I can expand my desire for creativity.
Government is partnering with private sectors to Surely I will not be able to thrive in the creative
expedite the transformation of this field. industry without the support and helping hands from
my family, friends, and others.

62 HOSPITALITY BEAUTY & SPA


Make Up Studio

Hair Styling Studio

Nail Art Studio Spa Studio

63
A UNIQUE CURRICULUM THAT TRAINS STUDENTS TO MASTER
THE VARIOUS TRADITIONAL INDONESIAN CULINARY ICONS.
Hospitality

Culinary Arts

Preparing Exquisite Indonesia is known for its diverse culinary treats, The Culinary Vocational Schools in Kudus Regency
many of which have earned international recognition. boast a specialized curriculum that caters to students
Chefs Who Specialize Indonesia’s diverse range of iconic local offerings with a comprehensive list of culinary studies,
is distributed across the country’s 34 provinces, uniquely designed to cultivate necessary skills and
in Authentic Indonesian positioning the archipelago as a unique culinary expertise for cooking various Indonesian traditional
destination. dishes.
Dishes
With more and more international food connoisseurs Under the guidance of renowned Indonesian
appreciating the exquisite taste of Indonesian culinary experts, students will be gradually honed
traditional dishes, the demand for Indonesian to master the techniques for of cooking various
traditional culinary experts continues to increase to Indonesian traditional culinary icons. This will make
meet the needs of the culinary industry both within our graduates eligible to work for top hotel chains in
the archipelago and overseas. both domestic and overseas.

64 HOSPITALITY CULINARY ARTS


65
Student Enrollment
Hospitality

531
499 2018
AFIFAH RAMADANI MUHAMMAD BAKHRUN
464 2017
Culinary Arts Alumni Director of Vocational School Development 2016
Commis. Chef Ministry of Education and Culture of Republic Indonesia 396
2015
Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta
278
2014

What They Say

I’m interested in the culinary world, especially the Human resource development is the current priority Starting Salary
one that relates to unique and spice-rich Indonesian program of the Indonesian government, following
dishes. Fortunately, Kudus has a school that offers a the previous focus on infrastructure development. IDR 8,000,000 – 10,000,000
culinary arts major, namely SMK Negeri 1. This is one A key avenue to develop competitive human
of the few culinary arts schools in Indonesia that resources is through improving the quality of
trains its students to master Indonesian traditional vocational schools and their graduates.
culinary icons.
Djarum Foundation’s work to develop world-class Participating Schools
I’m lucky I’ve been given the chance to introduce vocational schools in Kudus is one example of
Indonesian traditional cuisines to various countries, such private sector involvement that has brought • SMK Assa’idiyyah 2
such as Qatar, Germany, and Japan. inspiration for vocational education revitalization • SMK Negeri 1
efforts across the nation. Best-practice interventions • SMK PGRI 2
My on-the-jobtraining experience has also given initiated by Djarum Foundation range from
much needed and current knowledge of the culinary innovative learning methods, to transformations
industry. Now I work at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski in teacher quality, to the development of model
Jakarta, which in fact, is a career dream come true teaching factories.
for me.
Our hope is that such steps can be replicated by
other industry players in each of their respective
areas of operation.

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Teaching Restaurant

Coffee Shop

Teaching Kitchen

Cooking Theater

67
Maritime

Maritime

68 MARITIME
69
EQUIPPING STUDENTS THROUGH A CERTIFIED CURRICULUM FROM
THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION (IMO) TO ACTIVATE
A SEA OF CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.
Maritime

Marine Engineering

Developing Commercial Kudus’ Vocational School for Marine Engineering The objective is clear: to produce the best Indonesian
program boasts world-class teaching methods that sailors. Students taking the Marine Engineering major
Marine Engineers includes both theoretical knowledge and practical are equipped with an engine room and advanced
skills designed to support students’ learning needs in simulator as well as qualified teachers to maximize
With International order to become marine engineers. the students’ learning achievements.

License No less important, the Marine Engineering program Here students are nurtured to be commercial vessel
is also designed to enhance the quality of human engineering experts, the kind of expertise that is
resources capable of managing marine and coastal expected to be a core national asset to support the
areas in Indonesia. This is indeed in line with the Indonesian government’s maritime program.
Indonesian government’s sea toll program, which
aims to improve sea transportation infrastructures In addition to taking a three-year basic seamanship
and maritime logistic distribution, increase seaport program, students are also required to conduct a
capacity, and procure new ships. year of fieldwork. Upon graduation, students will
receive a Engine Officer Class IV certificate.
The Marine Engineering program at Seamanship
Vocational School in Kudus has ratified Standards
of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW)
2010 from the International Maritime Organization
(IMO).

70 MARITIME MARINE ENGINEERING


71
Student Enrollment
155
2018
Maritime

153
2017

135
RYUJI NISHISAKI OSCAR JANUARIUS SOLA RADO REMA 2016
Managing Director Marine Engineering Student
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) SMK Wisudha Karya 80
2015

30
2014

What They Say

SMBC’s long term commitment in Indonesia is to To be chosen as one of the recipients of the Bank Starting Salary
continuously contribute to Indonesia’s sustainable Negara Indonesia (BNI) scholarship is something
development and provide support to solve social I am very proud of and happy about. IDR 12,500,000 – 15,000,000
issues in Indonesia. Producing professional seafarers
is one of the challenges that Indonesia needs to I come from a small town, Bajawa in Flores, East Nusa
overcome in order to materialize its global maritime Tenggara; and I’m really happy I can attend school at
axis vision SMK Wisudha Karya Kudus.
Participating Schools
SMBC is privileged to have the opportunity to The school has a very good condition, complete
participate to this sector’s development and facilities, with very attentive and kind teachers. This • SMK Wisudha Karya
equip SMK Wisudha Karya with Japanese top-class all will help me achieve my goal of becoming a sailor.
maritime facilities, which has promoted the school to Even though I have to leave my hometown, and be
become a national model vocational school. We will away from my parents and relatives, I know this is
continue to actively support in creating a world-class part of the process of my becoming a skilled sailor.
professional and qualified maritime workforce to
support the Indonesian maritime sector in the future.

72 MARITIME MARINE ENGINEERING


Maintenance Room

Control Room

Boiler Room

Electrical Room

73
THE INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PROGRAM FEATURES
A STATE-OF-THE ART FULL MISSION BRIDGE SIMULATOR (FMBS) FOR
STUDENT PRACTICE.
Maritime

Nautical Studies

Developing Commercial Being the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia is In the Nautical Studies major, students are required
composed of some 17,500 islands, with almost 70% to engage in commercial vessel navigation training,
Deck Officers of its territory covered with water. Nevertheless, which is supported by a Class ‘A’ Full Mission Bridge
the country is currently facing a massive resource Simulator facility from Kongsberg Digital, Norway.
With International deficiency in human capital, which is crucial in In addition to taking a three-year basic seamanship
marine and coastal area management. At present, program, students are also required to conduct a
License seamanship schools in Indonesia altogether can year of fieldwork. Upon graduation, students will
supply only very limited number of workforce receive a Deck Officer Class IV certificate.
required.
The inclusion of Nautical Studies in the Vocational
To address this challenge, one Seamanship Vocational School Improvement Program is therefore aimed at
School has been built in Kudus, focusing on Nautical producing high-quality sailors as a national asset.
Studies and Marine Engineering. Both majors have
ratified Standards of Training, Certification and
Watchkeeping (STCW) 2010 from the International
Maritime Organization (IMO). Equipped with cutting-
edge facilities and qualified teaching staff, the
schools are expected to produce great Indonesian
sailors.

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75
Student Enrollment

299
Maritime

251 2018

197 2017

2016

BUDI KARYA SUMADI ESSA IRJA CLAUDYA


Minister of Transportation of Republic Nautical Studies Student
Indonesia SMK Wisudha Karya 86
2015

30
2014

What They Say

I do appreciate Djarum Foundation for their I’ve heard stories from my relative who is a sailor Starting Salary
collaboration with vocational schools to provide the since I was little. This has raised my interest in the
sufficient facilities for the students to support their maritime sector. I’m lucky that Kudus has a maritime IDR 12,500,000 – 15,000,000
learning process. Furthermore, I salute them for vocational school, which is accredited by the Ministry
wanting to provide scholarship for students from the of Marine Transportation.
eastern parts of Indonesia. Moreover, as a maritime
country, Indonesia needs professional resources that Thanks to the good facilities the school has, I’ve so
are capable of driving its conductivity. far obtained some key certifications to complete Participating Schools
the requirements to become a sailor. My on-the-job
Government focuses on developing education in training experience has also given me much new • SMK Wisudha Karya
Indonesia. Because of that reason, what Djarum knowledge related to the maritime sector.
Foundation does act as a pioneer step. It would I’m really looking forward to my graduation as a
be great for other companies to participate in young officer, and I want to work for an international
developing vocational school education. We hope maritime company. I hope I can make my childhood
that vocational schools will produce great alumni dream come true, that is to visit other countries
who can meet the demand of the industries. across the globe.

76 MARITIME NAUTICAL STUDIES


Bridge Simulator

Radar Practice Room

Chart Room Seamanship Room

77
School Addresses
SMK Assa’idiyyah SMK Kristen Nusantara SMK PGRI 2
Jl. Mbah Hamzah Krapyak, Kirig Jl. Mejobo Mlatinorowito Jl. Jepara Kaliwungu, Kedungdowo
Kudus 59318 Kudus 59319 Kudus 59361
P +62 291 4247125 P +62 291 436030 P +62 2914 34944
E esemkaassa@gmail.com E smk_nusantara@yahoo.com E smk_pgri2_kudus@yahoo.com

SMK Assa’idiyyah 2 SMK Lemuria SMK Taman Siswa


Jl. Suryo Kusumo, Mejobo Jl. Wijaya Kusuma, Karangbener Jl. Veteran No. 3
Kudus 59381 Kudus 59323 Kudus 59313
P +62 291 440338 P +62 857 40811696 P +62 291 438963
E smkassaku2@gmail.com E smklemuria@gmail.com E tamansiswa_smk_kudus@yahoo.com

SMK Duta Karya SMK Muhammadiyah SMK Raden Umar Said


Jl. Sosrokartomo Km. 3, Bacin Jl. Kudus Jepara Km. 3, Kaliwungu Jl. Sukun Raya 9, Gebog
Kudus 59326 Kudus 59361 Kudus 59354
P +62 291 444726 P +62 291 441992 P +62 2914 30202
E smkdutakarya_kudus@yahoo.com E smkmuh_kudus@yahoo.com E smkradenumarsaidkudus@gmail.com

SMK NU Banat SMK Negeri 1 SMK Wisudha Karya


Jl. KHM Arwani Amin, Kajan Krandon Jl. Ganesha II, Purwosari Jl. Mejobo Kudus, Mlati Lor
Kudus 59314 Kudus 59317 Kudus 59319
P +62 291 443143 P +62 2914 37367 P +62 291 435950
E smk_nubanat.kudus@yahoo.com E info@kudapan.org E smk_wiskarkudus@yahoo.com

SMK NU Ma’arif SMK Negeri 3


Jl. Jepara Prambatan Lor 679, Kaliwungu Jl. Babalan Prawoto, Kalirejo
Kudus 59361 Kudus 59372
P +62 291 434330 P +62 291 4257006
E smkmaarifkudus@yahoo.com E smk3.kudus@gmail.com

SMK NU Ma’arif 2 SMK PGRI 1


Jl. Siliwangi I No. 99, Jekulo Jl. Jendral Sudirman, Golantepus
Kudus 59382 Kudus 59313
P +62 291 4246170 P +62 291 435273
E smknumaarif2kudus@yahoo.co.id E smkpgr1kds@yahoo.com

78 SCHOOL ADDRESSES