Tamalanrea-Makassar. In the framework of implementing Field Work Practice 1 (PKL 1) with the theme “Utilization of Non-Pine Forest Products”, Hasanuddin University Faculty of Forestry held an internal meeting to discuss preparation for implementing PKL 1 period I of 2021 and discuss several main matters related to the implementation of PKL 1. This activity was attended by the Deans, Deputy Deans of Heads of Laboratories, PKL Coordinators, Chairmen of the HHBK Development Team and Head of Educational Forest. The activity took place around 10.00 Wita in the Senate Room of the Faculty of Forestry, Hasanuddin University (24/5).
This PKL activity is carried out every semester and is followed by final stage students on the condition that 110 credits have passed. The practice implementation so far will take place in the Hasanuddin Bengo-bengo University Educational Forest, Maros Regency and the nursery and product innovation space in Kampung Rimba, Faculty of Forestry, Hasanuddin University. Field Work Practices are divided into two, namely PKL 1 and PKL 2. PKL 1 focuses on forest planning and management, while PKL 2 is an advanced application of forest management.
Through an interview with the PKL 1 Coordinator at the Faculty of Forestry Unhas Makkarennu, S.Hut., M.Sc., Ph.D, she explained the purpose of holding this PKL and the procedures for implementing this PKL 1.
“The objective of the PKL is to add insight, knowledge and increase the technical capabilities of forestry for students, as well as an effective medium to promote the theoretical knowledge acquired in college with practical knowledge applied in the field,” explained Makkarennu
“Some stages or execution procedures This street vendor is the registration stage, administrative selection, debriefing, implementation, monitoring and evaluation as well as the announcement stage (value). The registration stage has started from 3-10 May 2021, where 113 people registered, then verification of files on 11-17 May 2021 and announcements that passed administration since 20 May 2021 “, explained Makkarennu
Makkarennu, S.Hut., M Si., Ph.D explained that there are two Learning Outcomes Activities (CPK). The first is to add insight into thinking and increase student knowledge and skills through interaction activities and direct application of various knowledge obtained by students while studying in college, the second is to train students to plan , collect and process and analyze various information to be used as a basis in the process of planning and managing forest and forest products.
There are several activity designs, namely preparation of work plans, making boundary layouts, compiling boundary maps, analyzing social and economic data, inventorying flora and fauna to compiling general plans for forest management, especially in the Unhas Educational Forest. In addition, the PKL I participants will be divided into several groups and each will be accompanied by a supervisor and assistant in each group. Field Work Practice 1 (PKL 1) will last for approximately one or two months, including the preparation stage until the evaluation stage.