Education and training centre in bps-statistics indonesia kecuk suhariyanto



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  • International Forum on Monitoring National Development:
  • Issues and Challenges, Beijing, 27 to 29 September, 2011
  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTRE
  • IN BPS-STATISTICS INDONESIA
  • KECUK SUHARIYANTO
  • Director of Statistical Analysis and Development, BPS-Statistics Indonesia
  • email: kecuk@bps.go.id

BPS-STATISTICS INDONESIA

    • POSITION:
    • BPS-Statistics Indonesia is a Government Institution responsible directly to the President of the Republic of Indonesia.
    • FUNCTION:
    • to provide official statistics for all.
    • BPS-Statistics Indonesia has representative offices in 33 Provinces, 497 districts/ municipalities involving 16,111 employees.
  • Headquarter Office in Jakarta
  • BPS District Office in Bukit Tinggi

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

    • BPS-Statistics Indonesia also has:
    • Education and Training Center (ETC)
    • BPS-Statistics Indonesia has:
    • INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS (Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Statistik/STIS)
  • Human resources are very strategic area for the development of BPS: hard skill, through education and training and soft skill, through job assignments
  • Strategy in Developing and Maintaining
  • Professional Capability
  • Statistics Indonesia
  • E T C
  • In House BPS
  • Outside BPS
  • HRD
  • STIS
  • Statistics
  • ICT
  • Non
  • Statistics
  • Quality Statistics
  • Profesional Capability
  • Business
  • Process
  • Non STIS
  • New
  • Entrance

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS SEKOLAH TINGGI ILMU STATISTIK (STIS)

  • Website- www.stis.ac.id

Brief History of the Institute of Statistics

  • The Academy of Statistics was founded under the Prime Minister Decree No.377/PM/1958 and supervised by the United Nations
  • Undergraduate Program (four years) according to the Ministry of Education Decree Number 295/D/T/97
  • The Institute of Statistics was founded under the Presidential Decree No.163/1998

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

  • Undergraduate Program (Four Years)
  • STIS has three major programs:
    • Social and Demographic Statistics
    • Economics Statistics
    • Computational Statistics
  • The curriculum include applied statistics involving various Subject Matters as guest lecturers.
  • All of students receive scholarship
  • STIS produces approx. 300 statistician every year that will automatically become BPS employees.
  • Most of graduates are assigned to become technical staff and deployed mostly in the regional offices.

LECTURERS

  • The lecturers at the Institute of Statistics graduated from university from both local and overseas universities.
  • They hold master degree (56 lecturers) and doctoral degree (16 lecturers) from various subjects.
  • Most of them are alumni of the Institute of Statistics.

FACILITIES (1)

  • Computer and Language Laboratories
    • 34 class rooms

FACILITIES (2)

  • Auditorium of the Institute of Statistics
  • Library
  • Meeting Room

ACHIEVEMENTS IN STATISTICS AREA

  • First Champion in the National Statistical Contest at IPB Bogor, 2009.
  • First Champion of National Essay Writing in the Statistical Contest at IPB Bogor, 2009.
  • General Champion and First Champion in National Statistical Contest at IPB Bogor, 2008.
  • Creating Software “Zaitun Time Series” in 2009 and appreciation from Ministry of Communication and Information.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN OTHER AREAS

  • General Champion in National Spiritual Chorus at STPDN Bandung in 2008.
  • The most favorite booth at the Service Higher Education Institution Exposition for three consecutive years (2007 to 2009).
  • First Champion in National Bridge Championship in Pekanbaru, Riau, 2009.
  • Fifth rank of National Woman Chess Championship in groups for students, Jakarta 2009.
  • Third Champion in National Pairs Bridge Contest in Gorontalo, 2009

Students from the Republic of Timor Leste

  • Based on the MoU between the BPS and the Republic of Timor Leste, concerning the Cooperation on Statistical Education for Developing Human Resources, the Institute of Statistics (STIS) carried out a selection for 85 candidates from the Republic of Timor Leste in Dili.
  • Ten best candidates were selected to study in STIS
    • Free admission fee;
    • Free tuition and university fee, such as library, statistics and computer laboratory, etc.;
    • Mentoring program to assist the selected candidates upon their arrival, including airport reception, orientation, and placement testing, to find suitable place of stay for each student;

EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER (ETC)

    • Training sessions are regularly conducted by ETC. Kinds of training:
    • Training on Leadership
    • Training on Statistics
    • Training on Computer
    • In-country training with JICA
    • Regional Course sponsored by UN-SIAP
  • Facilities: class rooms, dormitory, computer laboratories, auditorium, cafeteria, sport facilities
  • STATISTICS TRAINING
  • KINDS OF TRAINING:
  • Functional statisticians (26 days, 208 hours)  BPS staff (HQ and regional offices), other government institutions
  • Distance learning for basic statistics (6 months)
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING
  • KINDS OF TRAINING:
  • Functional training (26 days, 208 hours)
  • Technical training: web data base with Java, Web Master, Networking, Client Server with Visual Basic, Integrated data base application, etc. (7-20 days)

TRAININGS CONDUCTED BY ETC AND UN-SIAP (1)

  • Course title
  • Participants
  • Course Objective
  • Workshop on Sample Design for Household and Establishment Surveys (2001)
  • 17 countries
  • Learn the principles and acquire the skills and technique of survey sampling design
  • Regional Course on Poverty Measurements (2004-2009)
  • 21 countries
  • To develop basic skills for carrying out poverty analysis with the aid of computer software.
  • To strengthen the capability of the national statistical services to take part in the process of poverty identification, measurement, and monitoring.

TRAININGS CONDUCTED BY ETC AND UN-SIAP (2)

  • Course title
  • Participant
  • Course Objective
  • Regional Course on Price Statistics and the International Comparison Programme (2006)
  • 17 countries
  • To help participants understand the concept, objective and use, scope and coverage, data sources, compilation and calculating techniques of price indices, especially on the consumer price index.
  • Country course on demographic statistics (2009)
  • Local participant
  • To help participants understand the concept, objective and use, scope and coverage, data sources, compilation and calculating techniques of demographic, especially on Framework of Demographic Statistics, Fertility and Mortality, Life Table Construction

Example of Foreign Visitors

  • Country of Origins
  • UK
  • Data Collection
  • Timor Leste
  • Study visit: Population Census
  • OECD
  • Data Collection
  • China
  • Study visit: Susenas, Urbanization, Population Stat
  • Ethiopia
  • Study visit: Inter census survey
  • Vietnam
  • Study Visit
  • Bangladesh
  • Workshop: GIS mapping
  • Cambodia
  • Study visit: clearing warehouse
  • Country of Origins
  • Type of Visit
  • North Korea
  • Study visit: maintaining pop database
  • Vietnam
  • Study visit: Practice of Mgt System
  • Gambia
  • Study visit: Pop Census
  • Sri Lanka
  • Study visit: Cencus Designing
  • Malaysia
  • Food Balance Sheet
  • Australia, USA, Canada,
  • Expert

ISSUES & CHALLANGES

  • Specific course content needs prerequisite knowledge and computer skills → not all participants have it → decreasing available time for the main topic.
  • Little has been done to investigate whether the participants apply the knowledge from the training when they go back to their countries.
  • Gaps between training demands and supply: The training is usually organized from the supply side without knowing the demand → need to pay attention on the demand side so the training will be more useful → the participant can apply statistics for policy analysis in their countries.
  • There is a need for improving the different types of training to handle current issues.
  • The challenge of introducing cost-effective methodology in the training → e-learning and distance learning.
  • Budget constraints → The need for sustainable collaboration with international institutions for supporting the trainings.

THANK YOU Terima Kasih



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