Mapping Skill and Workplace Human Resources Leading Innovative Products Natural Fiber Vocational Village in Tuksono, Sentolo, Kulon Progo
Keywords:Fiber, mapping, vocational, village, Tuksono, Kulon Progo
Natural fiber is one of the natural resources that has a lot of potential to be utilized in Indonesia. Many local product craftsmen in Indonesia are currently actively developing the potential of natural fiber crafts. One of the craftsmen of local products made from natural fibers located in Kalisoko Hamlet, Tuksono Village, Sentolo District, Kulon Progo Regency. The potential in Tuksono Village is the presence of water hyacinth, agel, and banana midrib plants which can be used as basic ingredients in the manufacture of natural fiber crafts. In addition, the people of the Tuksono Village area have interests and skills in making handicrafts from natural fibers. This is evidenced by the number of people who become natural fiber craftsmen in the village. Tuksono village basically has sufficient potential. However, the local community does not yet have new innovations to create the development of local products made from natural fibers based on digitalization and there is no forum to develop various ideas from the local community. In addition, there is no forum to help solve the problems faced by craftsmen in Tuksono Village. This is a problem that must be resolved immediately, so that the potential for local handicrafts made from natural fibers can develop to the fullest.A qualitative approach will be implemented in order to generate data and analyze the phenomenon of vocationalization of the Kulon Progo community. In-depth investigations using ethnographic methods are very suitable for the context of vocationalization based on cultural potential and natural resources. The qualitative approach will be carried out with interviews semi-structuredpurposive sampling). This study aims to map the potential for vocational village vocationalization in the Tuksono cultural village. As cultural village activities are a model for implementing community economic empowerment. Where the village of Tuksono is in line with the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals which include aspects of quality education, gender equality, sustainable cities and communities, climate action and life on land. The model is included in the category of non-formal TVET.
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