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5.601 participants of the Korean language test (KLPT) at The University of Pancasila Jakarta competing for job opportunities in Korea

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A total of 5601 participants or the Korean language test, known as Korean Proficiency Test (KPT) neck and neck fight over the opportunity to work in Korea. Test held on the campus of the University of Pancasila, Jakarta was attended by participants from various cities such as Jakarta, Banten, Lampung and Bandung.

In addition to KLPT test in Jakarta, at the same time also held a similar test at the Islamic University of Malang (East Java) followed 2588 people, at the University of Education Indonesia (Bandung, West Java) 3894 people, at the Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta (Central Java) 7371 people, and Muslim University of Indonesia (Makassar, South Sulawesi) 465 people.

Of the 19,919 applicants will be selected in which 8300 people in manufacturing as many as 7,800 people, and 500 people for fishing. The selection of this program or 8th eighth-TOPIC EPS (Employment Permit System-Test of Proficiency in Korean) held in cooperation between the National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers (BNP2TKI) and HRD (Human Resource Development) Korea.

From the Korean side, attend the Korean Labor Attache at the Embassy of Korea in Jakarta, Kim Doh Yong, Vice President of Professional Certification Koea, Jin Suk Lee, and Director of the Center of HRD Korea in Jakarta, Key-Soo Park.

Director of Placement Services Government BNP2TKI, Haposan Saragih, explaining the 8300 candidate who requested the Korean workers at the latest within 3 (three) months, they had to be stationed in Korea. But before being placed, for 6 days they will be prepared in vocational training aspects (culture, customs and working conditions) as well as mentally.

"Both the workers and users migrant workers in Korea do not want to stay long wait for them to work in Korea," said Haposan.

He explained, from the 16 countries that send workers to Korea, Indonesia is ranked first in the country's largest labor ginseng. This position remained until the period of June 2011.

From the top of this, said Haposan, our workers are preferred in comparison with the Korean party worker from the Philippines and Vietnam, which previously had always competed with the Indonesian workers.

On that occasion, Haposan Korean government expressed the importance of giving awards to Indonesia because up to now the implementation of the EPS in Indonesia was the eighth time it has been running well and successfully.

Haposan added that world institutions such as the UN is the best reward to the Korean government for its success in carrying out recruitment patterns that produce superior work in the world.

"So it is appropriate if the Korean government gives awards to Indonesia," said Haposan.

Jumhur mention South Korea in 2011 to give foreign labor quota of 40 thousand people are contested by 16 countries including Indonesia.

He hopes the Indonesian government could put 10 thousand migrant workers to South Korea in 2011. Until June 22, workers are dispatched to South Korea for 2011 has reached 2683 people. Placement of migrants to South Korea took place on the basis of intergovernmental cooperation between the two countries (G to G) since 2004.

In 2004 there were 360 ​​workers who leave work to South Korea. Then, in 2005 as many as 4367 workers, in 2006 as many as 1274 workers, in 2007 as many as 4303 workers, in 2008 as many as 11,885 workers, in 2024 migrant workers, in 2010 as many as 3962 workers. Migrant workers in South Korea working in the field of fisheries, manufacturing, industrial, agricultural, and services.
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Employment Permit System allows employers who have failed to hire local workforce, to legally employ foreign workers. (the Korean government or public institution administer the management of the foreign workers).

The Korean Language Proficiency Test, (세계한국말인증시험) or KLPT, tests people who are not native speakers of Korean on their grasp of the language. The goal is to determine whether the test-taker is proficient enough to live in Korea, work as an employee at a Korean company, etc. The Basic-KLPT, or B-KLPT, is also offered; this version of the test simply "assesses whether or not examinees have basic communication ability."
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