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Development of Soft Skills Education in Non-Formal Education to Indonesian Society

By Nurul Hikmah and Sarti Hafsyah Siregar

Abstract

 

Development of soft skills education, non-formal education, and lifelong learning are important pillars in the development of education in Indonesia in accordance with Law Number 20 of 2003 on the National Education System. This study aims to analyze the educational development of soft skills in the Indonesian society in relation to lifelong learning. Development of soft skills examined are entrepreneurial ability, personality skills, and social skills. This research is based on the results of previous studies. The method used is qualitative descriptive approach using literature studies. Results from previous studies indicate that the development of soft skills education, in particular entrepreneurial skills, personality skills, and social skills are very important and need to be developed.



Keyword Soft Skill Education; Non-Formal Education; Lifelong Learning; Entrepreneurial Ability; Personality Skills; Social Skills
Topic Implication The Concept of Lifelong Learning in Informal, Formal, and Non-Formal Education
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