batampos – SMK Dirgantara Aviation SPN has held a graduation ceremony
cadets and cadets of the SAS Wira Sakti class in Pena Hall, Batam Center, Saturday (11/6/2022). A total of 40 students passed the requirements as “Alusta”.
Before the graduation procession, the cadets and cadets were presented with entertainment in the form of a music orchestra, pencak silat, magic attractions, and an astapora procession of the greatness of SPN Dirgantara Batam. Present at the sixth graduation this time, Professor of the Aviation Vocational School of SPN Dirgantara, Budiman; Head of SPN Dirgantara Batam, Erwin Depari, and Principal of SPN Dirgantara Batam, Dunya Harun.
“Hopefully in building a strong character while at SPN Dirgantara Batam, it can be useful for the aviation industry,” said Professor of the SPN Dirgantara Aviation Vocational School, Budiman.
He said that the Dirgantara SPN Pernebangan Vocational School under the auspices of the Septa Lencana Foundation which was established in 2014 has a curriculum to educate cadets and cadets with mental education, discipline, and soldiering character.
In semi-military education by teaching HR leadership that has a professional work system that is responsible for the field of aircraft engines and frames. As well as forming a reliable teamwork and having technological knowledge so that they are ready to face the world of work, both at the National and International levels.
“Because the Aviation Vocational School has a dream to become a superior vocational school that is ready to enter the world of work,” he explained.
The Aviation Vocational School of SPN Dirgantara Batam is also developing its network to the business and industrial world in line with the mental and physical development required by the aviation world. Then a learning climate that is scientific and technological.
“So efforts to improve quality in all fields continue to be made. The cadets and cadets who have graduated have gone through a mental formation process to produce quality graduates to meet the needs of the aviation industry,” he explained.
Educational facilities and infrastructure will always be improved in accordance with technological developments, functions and capacities. The Aerospace Aviation Vocational School develops a curriculum system through K13 education so that it uses a system of 30 percent theory, 70 percent practice
“The teaching and learning process, both practical and field work, is made in such a way that it allows interaction between cadets and cadets as well as mutually beneficial mentors plus experienced teaching staff in the world of aviation,” he concluded. (*)
Journalist : Azis Maulana