The Development of Depok Civil Servant Training and Education System

Syarif Ali

Abstract


Even though Civil servant training system in Indonesia is very complex, the training is needed as the Government of Indonesia consider training as one of investments. The government provides budget for every government institutions both in central and local government. Depok City Goverment conducts training for civil servants every year. One of the most important training is technical training, because the training aims to improve the competency of majority of civil servants so the Government of Depok always spends a lot of money for the training. The main problem concerning the training system in Depok is lack of reform agenda, while the training organizers in the Agency of Human Resource Development and Employment of Depok believe that it is small budget which discourage the effectiveness of training for civil servants. This paper aims to give suggestion a new training system by enhancing the role of consumer, supplier and policy maker.


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Civil servant; Depok; Education; Training

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