KKP Needs to Increase Synergy with Fishing Industry to Strengthen Human Resources

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NUSADAILY.COM – JAKARTA – The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) is considered necessary to increase synergy with various companies in the fishing industry in the country in order to produce strengthening fishery human resources in line with the demands of today.

“Graduates (marine and fisheries schools) are stuck to jobs that are not their fields,” said Executive Director of the Center for Maritime Studies for Humanity, Abdul Halim, in Jakarta on Monday.

In addition, said Abdul Halim, there are also graduates of vocational fisheries schools who are suitable for their fields but lack of protection. Like a number of ABK who experienced cases abroad.

This is important considering that many young people are interested in entering to work and career in various jobs in the marine and fishery sector.

“Millennials are already interested in entering, an indicator that many graduates of vocational schools are marine and fisheries,” he said.

Abdul Halim also reminded that many startups or startups are starting to move in the fishery sector now.

KKP Invites To Recognize Maritime Cultural Heritage
Previously, KKP invited millennials, such as prospective civil servants (CPNS), who will serve in the Center and in the Technical Implementation Unit (UPT) kkp in the region, to recognize the maritime cultural heritage.

“Congratulations to the employees who have passed the selection. You should be proud to be the chosen young man and successfully set aside thousands of other young people who applied as CPNS of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries in the midst of this pandemic,” said Director General of Marine Space Management KKP TB Haeru Rahayu.

The total acceptance of all employees of the KKP scope for the 2019 formation is as many as 394 CPNS and has received a work letter (SK) that has been submitted directly by the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Sakti Wahyu Trenggono in early January 2021.

Tebe advised that employees foster a sense of optimism and eliminate pessimism. Because the marine sector needs young people who have critical thinking.

“In the next 20 years the relay baton will move to the younger generation today. To lay the foundation of a work culture that is integrity, professional, and has a strong character,” he explained. (lal)