Issue 02 p115-128 (2020)
The implementation of face-to-face education and training is often constrained by issues of curriculum, infrastructure, opportunities and time. This training need large budget for accommodation and consumption which add to the difficulty for the state civil officer (SCO) to attend education and training. Curricula that should be the basis for conducting training are often not implemented well with consideration of budget efficiency. This study aims to overcome these problems by developing training for the Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) Developer of the Government Administration with a valid, practical and efficient blended learning model to improve human resources. This study used a blended learning model which consists the following stages: curriculum development and teaching materials, explanations to mentors or supervisors of employees, web development and small group trials, improvements and trials in medium groups, implementation of learning, and evaluation. The results were obtained from 3 aspects of the validity test, namely aspects of media, material and language. Next, test the practicality using data from facilitator responses and training participants' responses. While the effectiveness test is obtained using the results of the training participants' skills test accompanied by pre-test and pos-test. The results of the average product validity gets a value of 93.59% which indicate the blended learning were very valid. On the average practicality of facilitator responses 82.69% of the which indicated the model is very practical. The results of the effectiveness of the skills test results showed an average of 84.61% which is very effective. In conclusion, the development of the blended learning system for training of S.O.P Developer of government administration at the center of human resource development is valid, practical, and effective. Thus it can be applied as model of training for state officer in the future.
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