|UMM final-year students were taking the professional certification test held by LSP UMM. (Photo: Mirza / PR)|
The Professional Certification Institute (LSP) of the University of Muhamadiyah Malang (UMM) was making a pratama anti-corruption instructor certification scheme. This scheme was included in the National Work Competency Standards which were determined based on the Decree of the Minister of Manpower which was then submitted to the National Professional Certification (BNSP).
To carry out the certification scheme for pratama anti-corruption instructor, UMM had targeted to become an Independent Competency Test Place (TUK). The requirement was that the assessors from UMM had to pass the certification of the pratama anti-corruption counsellor competency test scheme organized by the LSP Anti-Corruption Agency, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
Dr. Ihyaul Ulum, S.E., M.Si., Ak, CA. as the Director of LSP UMM hoped that lecturers from UMM could pass the certification. "Because if there are lecturers who pass the certification test, we can establish independent TUK and can select participants in the UMM community and we build ourselves into anti-corruption counsellors," Ulum said, Wednesday (11/13).
Meanwhile, UMM was only appointed as a Time Competency Place (TUKS) held on November 5-7. Participants who passed e-learning and screening were 19 people from all Indonesia societies attended the test, including from UMM there were 3 lecturers, namely from the Faculty of Law and PPKn Department.
In May 2019, LSP UMM was chosen as a pilot for a professional certification institution receiving vocational retooling grants. At that time, the White Campus of UMM had included hundreds of students taking part in the competency test of the Vocational Higher Education Retooling Program of the Directorate General of Science and Technology Institutions and the Ministry of Research and Techn