Needs Analysis of Simulation-Based Construction Services-Tendering Skill Model
Ari Syaiful Rahman Arifin, Jalius Jama, Ridwan, Gunawan Ali, Unung Verawardina, Dochi Ramadhani
Joining the E-Tendering process for construction services requires technical skill (hard skills) and the ability to operate software (soft skills), especially during E-Tendering. However, Diploma 3 of Civil Engineering Study Program students do not acquire these skills in practice, while the world of work requires them to master these skills. For this reason, a simulation-based construction service E-tendering training model was developed. The needs analysis in this development’s initial steps was carried out on 30 students and 8 Business and industrial world (DUDI) who became contract award through E-Tendering within the project’s scope at Universitas Negeri Padang. The data analysis technique used a percentage formula, and the data is taken through a questionnaire instrument. The results of the analysis state that of the 15 sub-competencies to carry out E- tendering for construction services, none of the students’ mastery, on average the student’s ability is in the low category of 63, while the results of the analysis on the perception of the need to take part in the training area at an average score of 93 with the very needy category. The needs analysis results on the four aspects of ability expected by DUDI obtained an average score of 98 in the very high category. Thus, simulation-based E-tendering training for construction services is feasible.