STUDY ON EVALUATION OF STARTUP BUSINESS TRAINING MODELS IN THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS EDUCATION PROGRAM AT WEST JAVA COURSE AND TRAINING INSTITUTE, INDONESIA

Iip Saripah, Ishak Abduhak, D. Nunu Heryanto, Retno Dwi Lestari, Ari Putra
2019 IJASOS- International E-journal of Advances in Social Sciences  
The Entrepreneurship Skills Education Program (ESE) has been held since 2016 in Indonesia. The focus of this training is the change in knowledge, skills and attitudes of entrepreneurs with the main target of people who are weak in the economic and educational side. This program is an effort to expand access to education and employment opportunities through the creation of new entrepreneurs. The Course and Training Institute (CTI) has a role in organizing the ESE program. Considering its
more » ... idering its strategic position in community economic empowerment, this study aims to 1) describe the evaluation model used by CTI in the ESE Program and 2) describe the follow-up of the ESE program evaluation results. This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The sample was chosen based on purposive sampling, namely 1) CTI has conducted at least two years programs, 2) the type of bridal makeup training, 3) CTI is in West Java. From the determination of the sample, CTI were selected in Cimahi, Cianjur, and Bekasi. Data were collected through interviews with 3 managers from June to August 2019. Data were analysed using qualitative methods of the Milles and Huberman models. The results showed that: 1) the evaluation model of the Entrepreneurship Skills Education Program uses CIPP (Context, Input, Process, and Product). Context shows the goals of the program, the input shows the changes needed to improve the program, the process shows the suitability of the plan with the implementation of the program, and the product shows the measurement of program achievements. 2) the follow-up of the evaluation results carried out by CTI regarding the ESE Program has an effect on the improvement of the program in the following year. This is indicated by a change in the indicators of success in the 2019 ESE program. The implications of this study as material for developing an entrepreneurship education evaluation model in non-formal institutions and the basis for decision making. Keywords: Entrepreneurial Education, CIPP, Evaluation Model, Course and Training Institution, Government Funded.
doi:10.18769/ijasos.592103 fatcat:35siiz4d4new5b2mvyoc3jwkna