A Study of Multi Entry and Multi Exit Education System in Increasing Vocational High School Graduates Skills

Hilman -, Dinn Wahyudin, Rusman -


System of education, included vocational education is seen as one important barometer for ensuring the national education system of a nation. In this context, the quality of teachers, including vocational teachers is the main factor affecting the quality of educational systems. This research focuses on the implementation of a multi entry multi exit system in Vocational Secondary School (VSS) in West Java. This system of learning is the development of integrated and sustainable industry-based learning. It is expected to build a balance between developing competencies and developing work character/culture that support each other to produce vocational graduates ready to work quality and competitiveness. The method used is descriptive evaluative with CIPP (Context, Input, Process and Product) design. The case of this study is to evaluate about how much is the significance of the implementation of the multi entry and exit system implemented at SMK and industry by graduates ready to work. The results of the evaluation of the above problems identified thath the multi entry multi exit system can increase 1-2% of graduates absorbed by the industry. The discussion of this study formulated the need for inovating multi entry multi exit systemby carrying out a series of activities as follows; synchronize curriculum, integrating learning with industry and industry class program, internship teacher and student at industry, self-service work development and or entrepreneurship as a condition to get a diploma.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/asir.v4n2p70


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