The second training was held in a manner on line or in the network (online) that is, Training for Introduction to Processing of Decorative Stones and Precious Stones and Training for Introduction to Geological Disasters of Generation III. (READ ALSO:PPSDM Geominerba Holds 3 Days Online DTIKT Training)
This activity is an effort to improve the quality of internal human resources of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM). Although in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic, it did not dampen the enthusiasm of the participants in developing knowledge. (READ ALSO:PPSDM Ready to Hold Regular New Regular Training in July)
The enthusiasm in the implementation of the two training programs which took place over the next three days, June 22 to June 24, was quite encouraging. The second training was attended by 25 participants each. They are non-technical employees from the internal Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. (READ ALSO:PPSDM Geominerba Prepares to Welcome the WBBM Predicate)
"Hopefully by entering the New Normal era, HR development activities will run more intensively by observing the COVID-19 prevention and control protocol," said Ade Hidayat, Head of the Administration and Infrastructure Division when opening online education and training on Monday (6/22/2020) .
Training on Introduction to Processing of Decorative Stones and Precious Stones for internal employees of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is an effort of PPSDM Geominerba to introduce types of precious stones and ornamental stones and procedures for obtaining and processing them.
With the knowledge gained, employees who have attended training can become sources of dissemination of correct information about ornamental stones and precious stones.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources which is given the duties and responsibilities in the investigation, monitoring and mitigation of most geological disasters has an obligation to disseminate information on geological disasters, so it is expected that the risks that may arise from this disaster can be reduced.
Training on Introduction to Geological Disasters is expected to be a true source of dissemination of geological disaster information, at a minimum for the surrounding community.
Although, perhaps in their daily tasks and functions, some participants did not handle geological disasters. "Hopefully the material that has been studied will provide provisions when working in the mining world going forward," he said.