Implementation Of Education Quality Assurance System To Improve Internal Quality Assurance Department Of Family Welfare Education (PKK) Universitas Negeri Medan

Authors

  • Fatma Tresno Ingtyas Lecturer at Universitas Negeri Medan Department Of Family Welfare Education (Pkk), Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia
  • Dina Ampera Lecturer at Universitas Negeri Medan Department Of Family Welfare Education (Pkk), Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia
  • Siti Wahidah Lecturer at Universitas Negeri Medan Department Of Family Welfare Education (Pkk), Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia
  • Ismail Jahidin Lecturer at Universitas Negeri Medan Department Of Family Welfare Education (Pkk), Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i5.509

Keywords:

Quality Assurance, Internal Quality in the Department of Family Welfare Education (PKK)

Abstract

Quality assurance is a series of related processes and systems for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data on the
performance and quality of educators and education personnel, programs and institutions. The quality assurance process
identifies aspects of achievement and priority for improvement, provides data as a basis for planning and decision making
and helps build a culture of continuous improvement.This study aims to describe the implementation of the Internal Quality
Assurance System (SPMI) as an effort to improve the quality of education in the PKK Department, Faculty of Engineering,
Unimed. This study is a qualitative research with case study method. The research was conducted at the Department of
Family Welfare Education (PKK) Faculty of Engineering, Unimed, with the subject of the Department of Quality Assurance
Team (TPMJ PKK). Data collection techniques: direct observation, document and archive searches, and interviews. The
results showed: (1) TPMJ policies and concepts in the form of academic documents and quality documents were prepared
by TPMJ PKK; (2) TPMJ PKK as coordinator in planning and implementing learning in the PKK Department; (3) The
implementation of the TPMJ is carried out by preparing a design in the form of the TPMJ PKK Cycle; (4) Obstacles faced:
leadership commitment, number of auditors, TPMJ PKK activities become routine; (5) Steps to be taken: providing quality
assurance experts, building a spirit of quality assurance; (6) Evaluation of TPMJ PKK Implementation is carried out every
year; (7) Utilization of the results of TPMJ PKK implementation: building a culture of quality, accreditation; and (8)
Development of TPMJ PKK implementation refers to the standard management of BAN PT.

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Published

2022-10-28

How to Cite

Tresno Ingtyas, F. ., Ampera, D. ., Wahidah, S. ., & Jahidin, I. . (2022). Implementation Of Education Quality Assurance System To Improve Internal Quality Assurance Department Of Family Welfare Education (PKK) Universitas Negeri Medan. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 3(5), 1886–1896. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i5.509