The Study of Human Resource Competency Development Policy in Tourism Sector of Bureaucracy Reformation Era
(1) * Wisber Wiryanto   (Pusat Kajian Reformasi Administrasi, Lembaga Administrasi Negara, Jakarta)
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The development of the tourism sector ought to be supported by the competent Human Resources (SDM). Human resources of tourism that include human resources apparatus, industrial human resources, and the tourism community until now still facing difficulties of competency gaps and capability certification. Concerning this issue, there will be conducted a research of human resource competency development policy in tourism sector of bureaucratic reformation era. The goal of this research is to explain the development of human resource competencies in the tourism sector of bureaucratic reformation era. This research utilizes literature study method, and secondary data acquisition techniques and qualitative descriptive analysis techniques, conducted in 2017. The results showed that the development of human resource competence apparatus realized by assembling information positions and competence standards positions are still largely in the stage of the process. In the meantime, the development of industrial and community competence of human resources is carried out with capability certification in quest of obtaining optimal target achievement. Human resource personnel in both the ministry of tourism, and the provincial as well as regency/municipal tourism agencies have the right to develop managerial, technical, and social cultural competencies through education and training, seminars, courses and upgrading of at least 20 hours of lessons per year to develop competencies in order to improve performance of human resources of tourism.
Kebijakan, Reformasi, Sdm Pariwisata, Pengembangan Kompetensi
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