Teaching Factory Management on Vocational High School Case Study: Arts and Creative Industry Competency

Asidigisianti Surya Patria, Nova Kristiana, Ekohariadi Ekohariadi, Any Sutiadiningsih, Muchammad Bayu Tejo Sampurno

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Citation Information: SAR Journal. Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 29-35, ISSN 2619-9955,, March 2024.

Received: 21 September 2023.
Revised:   12 February 2024.
Accepted: 18 February 2024.
Published: 27 March 2024.


Vocational High School (VHS) students have the limitation of places and time for internships that can be overcome by establishing a teaching factory (TEFA) in schools. The purpose of this study is to show the implementation of teaching factory management in vocational high schools with art and creative industry competence. This research used the survey method. The respondents were students and teachers. The Questionnaire and interview were analyzed descriptively with words. The results showed that the implementation of TEFA management was well planned and socialized around the school. The actuating of TEFA improved student skills in production and had a positive effect on the work readiness of vocational students. TEFA also considered entrepreneurship skills based on business principles and culminated emersion of new creator in creating start-up businesses in the creative industry. TEFA does not only involve schools and industries but also requires the third parties outside of schools, such as the government as the regulator; meanwhile the community is the recipient of products/ services from TEFA.

Keywords – management, teaching factory, TEFA, Vocational High School.


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