A study suitability of woodworking workshop in SMKN 5 Surakarta Kurnia Aprilliany(a), Roemintoyo(b), Budi Siswanto(b)
(a) Student of Building Engineering of Education FKIP UNS Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesian (b) Lecturer of Building Engineering of Education FKIP UNS Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesian
The practice facilities in vocational high school must follow technological advancements in order to support targeted competencies. The objectives of this study are to identify the suitability of woodworking workshop-s area size based on National Education-s Ministry-s regulation (Permendiknas) No.40/2008, to review tools and furnishing layout in the machinery woodworking workshop related to systematic practice workflow, and to discover user-s comfort in terms of the existing woodworking workshop design. The study belongs to qualitative research. The obtained data were primary data and secondary data by snowball sampling as the sampling technique. Meanwhile, the data collection methods used interviews, observation, and document study. The data analysed technique employed interactive analysis model using these steps: collecting data, reducing data, presenting data, and drawing conclusions or verification. The results of the study indicated that (1) the area of woodworking workshop were not yet the standards of Permendiknas No.40/2008, (2) the layout of tools and furnishing did not fulfill the appropriateness of practice workflow (3) the design of room and tools/furnishing layout did not provide the comfort yet for its users, but the comfort has been obtained from the work table height toward machine.
Keywords: woodworking workshop, comfort, size, practice workflow
Topic: International Symposium of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering