The number of foreign workers from Blitar, an especial concern of the International Labor Association (ILO). To reduce the number of residents is a migrant worker, the ILO held a enterpreuneurship training for 30 days. Housed in a boarding school Al-Falah Green Cottage Village Cork, District Kademangan, Blitar, participants quarantined for 30 days. While in quarantine, they are nurtured by a variety of skills training made drinks and cakes made from chocolate. “Our program is called IPEC (International Child Labor Elimination Program). Aiming to reduce and even eliminate Indonesian workers abroad. Blitar is one of the largest labor supplier in Indonesia. So this needs to be a common concern,” said Fazrul, coordinator of the ILO East Java, on Thursday (05/08/2015). From the observation of attending to headline the closing IPEC, invited guests directly demonstrated the results of the training. Participants cook a variety of processed and can be enjoyed immediately. That is, the direct result of the training can be proven.
“This is proof that the participants were ready for use. Skills obtained during in quarantine, can be directly applied in the middle of the community,” said Arif Zamroni, caretakers cottage while escort guests to the practice room. “Please ask participants everything that was done, start cooking methods, ingredients, way of presenting to the projected future business,” said Arif. Directly invited guests gathered around 30 participants who are cooking. So they tested the ability of participants to discuss during the practice took place. “Incredible. This is a very positive activity. Obviously this will we discuss in the council,” said Susie Ramadan, deputy chairman of Commission IV DPRD Blitar were also present. Meanwhile, according to participants, the training was initially considered as regular training. The first 2-7 days they are not at home. However, because of the exciting training methods, it is now they are reluctant to return home. “I am sad to have to leave the cottage mas. Initially it’s not at home. But because of teaching methods long cool I just do not want to go home. Mas at home here,” said Sulistiana, one of the participants.
In fact, Sulis was now determined to become entrepreneurs bread. “I want to be an entrepreneur bread. If able, to export. I know I can!” the lid.