The involved institution

SMK Negeri 2, Turen

De aanvragende organisatie is SMK Negeri 2, Turen in Malang (Indonesië), opgericht in 2005. In 2020 zijn 864 studenten afgestudeerd, waarvan 178 in het programma Agribusiness Zoetwatervis en het programma Agribusiness Visverwerking.

SMK Negeri 2 belangrijkste focusonderwerpen:

SMK Negeri 2, Turen’s missie is de realisatie van professionele en onafhankelijke professionals door de ontwikkeling van wetenschap en technologie met inzicht in het milieu. De school biedt opleidingen aan die intelligente en competitieve studenten leveren om bij te dragen aan de ontwikkeling van de vis-sector op lokaal en mondiaal niveau.

Hoewel Indonesië de laatste jaren een gestage economische groei heeft gekend, blijven voedselonzekerheid en ondervoeding hardnekkige problemen, vandaar de relevantie van deze opleiding. Enkele van de onderliggende problemen zijn de lage productiviteit en kwaliteit van de voedingsproducten en bijgevolg de hoge kostprijs van de productie. Gebrek aan vaardigheden en deskundigheid van het management en op farmniveau leiden tot een onjuist gebruik van meststoffen/bestrijdingsmiddelen, grote verliezen na de oogst en hoge productierisico’s, terwijl de consument zich hiervan weinig bewust is, net zo min als de risico’s hierdoor op de voedingswaarde en veiligheid van de vis.

Context

Therefore, the focus of this training program is more on obtaining practical (teaching) skills on promotion of entrepreneurship and business development. In relation to fish processing technology, we aim to strengthen our training programme by linking to PT Varia Niaga Nusantara and PT Mutuagung Lestari (laboratory) as “training factories” and through upskilling of our teaching staff on food safety, hygiene, traceability and certification to be able to meet local and export demands

The central point of the training is the fish value chain and innovative solutions and technologies that can directly be applied within existing fish value chain systems, suitable to the current situation in the country. Developing the value chain by drawing on local available resources like a food stall (food chariot) and market trends like processed “catfish kobayaki” are examples of student ideas developed during given trainings. Technical aspects will be combined with a commercial strategy; product-market combinations and partnership building.

Project goal and outputs

This project focuses on capacity development for a sustainable fish value chain in the field of entrepreneurship and business, market-oriented thinking, fish processing, food safety, hygiene and certification (for export entry).

The training programs:

  • Program 1: Certification system for food handlers, food supervisors and horeca in Indonesia
  • Program 2: Value addition and fish processing for small processing plants
  • Program 3: Business development and entrepreneurship

Elements of curriculum development, training of trainers, linkage and collaboration with the private sector and assignments for students are embedded in each program.

The program is intended to establish systems that build up the capacity of SMK to continuously and creatively develop the ability of the teachers to meet the requirements of skilled manpower of the industries.

 

Client

Funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and managed by Nuffic, as part of the Orange Knowledge Programme, project number OKP-TMT+.21/00025

Duration

April 2021 – December 2022

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