LSP Udayana University Holds Competency Assessor Candidate Training

The Professional Certification Institute (LSP) of Udayana University held a Competency Assessor candidate training in the Hall of the Postgraduate Building, Sudirman Campus, Denpasar, Tuesday (23/11/2021). This activity presented resource persons from BNSP, namely Drs. I Gusti Nyoman Wiantara, Master Assessor Instructor Training Guide and opened directly by the Rector of Unud and also attended by the Deans and Chair of LP3M.

Head of LSP Unud Dr. Putu Saroyeni Piartrini in his report briefly introduced the profile and existence of the Unud LSP as well as the basis for carrying out activities, namely Government Regulation Number 83 of 2020, Minister of Education and Culture Number 3 of 2020, Unud Strategic Plan 2020-2024. The funding source comes from the allocated DIPA. There were 44 participants who took part in the activity from FEB, FIB, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, FTP, Faculty of Tourism, FISIP and FKP. The training of prospective assessors for the 2021 period is part of the effort to develop the capacity of certification resources at LSP Unud, which has the opportunity to provide professional competency certification needs for 48 Undergraduate Study Programs and 4 Vocational Study Programs at Udayana University. Currently, there are 36 new schemes that have been validated by BSNP so that now there are 44 competency schemes for Unud students.

While the Rector of Unud Prof. I Nyoman Gde Antara in his speech hoped that many assessors would be born after this training. The Rector gave his appreciation to LSP, resource persons from BSNP and participants who have participated in this activity. Furthermore, it was conveyed that this activity was very important in relation to the task of conducting competency certification. It also has an important role in improving the quality of graduates. There are two desired graduate profiles, namely the percentage of graduating on time, and having competency certification according to their scientific field. LSP has responsibility for the number of graduates who already have competency certificates. The new assessors are expected to support LSP performance. The Rector also said that this also supports the achievement of the KPI, where the provision of BLU remuneration is now closely related to the KPI and performance contracts. For that, let's work hard to provide the best for the institution.