Welding Experts from Kampuh Welding Indonesia Graduates Are Received to Work at Mitsui Shipbuilding in Japan

Surabaya- – The apprenticeship program of Kampung Welding Indonesia geaduits students in various places both inside and outside the country that has been implemented so far has had a positive impact on increasing skilled labor in the field of welding. Many students who have apprenticed and completed their apprenticeship are immediately accepted as employees in various companies.

Sapta, one of the placement staff members at the Welding Indonesia camp reported that on Thursday, March 5, 2020. A skilled worker (SSW) was dispatched to the Japan Mitsui shipyard. As a regulation that has been issued by the Japanese government, that anyone can become a skill worker in the Sakura State.

Sapta also explained that on the occasion of the Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding, which has a shipyard in the Chiba area, recruited the previous apprentices to return to Japan as skill workers or better known as Specified Skiil Workers (SSW).

While the Director of Kampung Welding Indonesia, Moh Moenir said that the group of 19 welder was the first group facilitated by the Skill worker recruitment process by Kampung Welding Indonesia. Hopefully with this SSW program, the KWI Training and Education can continue to contribute to improving Indonesia’s human resources by sending them to Japan.

As is known Kampung Welding Indonesia is a Private Work Training Institute (LPKS) which is engaged in the development of Human Resources (HR), especially in the Field of Welding Technology that refers to the Indonesian National Work Competency Standards (SKKNI). As an LPKS, Kampung Welding Indonesia has obtained a Verification Certificate as a Competency Test Place (TUK) for the LAS Professional Certification Institute (LSP – LAS) and the Indonesian Machine Metal Professional Certification Institute (LSP-LMI) from the National Professional Certification Agency (BNSP).

Kampuh Welding Indonesia also carries out Qualifications / Certifications in collaboration with International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) Members, including the Lloyd Register (Class LR) – UK, Nippon Kaiji Kyoukai (Class NK) – Japan. In addition to IACS Members, Qualification / Certification is also carried out in collaboration with the Indonesian Classification Bureau (Class BKI) – Indonesia. (Sfl)