TRAINING OF HAND CRAFTS WITH SILICONE MOLD METHOD FOR THE PEOPLE OF MERUYA SELATAN
Child-Friendly Integrated Public Space (RPTRA) is a place and/or open space that combines the activities and activities of citizens by implementing 10 (ten) Principal Empowerment and Family Welfare programs to integrate with the Child-Friendly Cities program. One of the goals of the establishment of the RPTRA is to improve the infrastructure and facilities for citizens' social activities including the development of the knowledge and skills of PKK cadres that work to increase family income. Therefore, the importance of this activity is to help the community in improving skills so as to be able to open business opportunities, especially in the manufacture of handicrafts with the Silicon Moulding method. So that this activity can take place and produce maximum benefits, we start by providing training on the application of science and technology, where the activity is to provide skills training on making handicrafts using the Silicon Moulding method. The target audience of the community service program activities that will be held are the ladies and youth cadets with a total of 15 people. The training activities are carried out in one (1) day, housed in the secretariat of the RPTRA of Meruya Selatan Village, Kembangan District, West Jakarta. The workshop activities will be held on February 8, 2019, starting at 08.00 - 12.30 WIB. Overall the participants stated that the workshop was interesting, that many 'new' things were learned and learned during the activity. The training material is very useful in ‘sending’ participants to further enhance skills and open business opportunities.
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