Aims to develop core computing knowledge and skills for the future of work for over 2,000 educators and 50,000 students across 1,000 institutionsJakarta—August 3, 2022
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (MoECRT) of the Republic of Indonesia and Oracle Indonesia have renewed an agreement to integrate the Oracle Academy curriculum and technology resources into MoECRT’s Directorate General of Vocational Education (DGVE) initiatives for the next four years. Aimed at training an additional 2,000 educators and their 50,000 students across Indonesia, this collaboration will provide a platform for more than 1,000 educational institutions to join Oracle’s philanthropic education program.
Under this agreement, institutions registered with DGVE will become Oracle Academy members and will be able to access a wide range of teaching and learning resources, including professional development opportunities, curriculum, software, cloud technology, practice environments, and much more.
“Our core objective under the DGVE initiative is to produce future-ready human resources in Indonesia. With Oracle Academy, we have so far trained more than 3,250 teachers from 1,274 educational institutions and are looking forward to expanding to more. We aim to empower our teachers and their students by enhancing their technical proficiency with a focus on Oracle technologies. These technologies are part of the core competencies needed by various industries to attract employment opportunities and become world-class entrepreneurs,” said Kiki Yuliati, The Director General of Vocational Education, The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia.
The collaboration provides educational institutions with the resources they need to help educators develop core computing knowledge and skills aligned to industry standards and using current technologies such as Java programming, AI, Database, Primavera Project Management, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
“Oracle Academy membership offers educational institutions and educators free technology education resources for the classroom to help increase knowledge, skills development, innovation, and diversity and inclusion in technology fields,” said Davian Omas, Managing Director, Oracle Indonesia. “We are truly honored to extend our current collaboration with MoECRT and to be able to contribute meaningfully towards building Indonesia’s next generation of innovators and leaders.”
Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia supports the President's Vision and Mission to realize an Advanced Indonesia that is sovereign, independent, and has personality through creating Pancasila Students. They carry out the mission of bringing education in Indonesia to be relevant and high-quality education, equitable and sustainable, supported by infrastructure and technology, as well as optimizing the participation of all stakeholders to support the transformation and reform of education management and culture.
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