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T I DAR Un i v ers i t y i n J ava Addresses the C i v i l Eng i ne er i ng Sk i l l s Gap i n I ndones i a
Students on the Civil Engineering study programme at TIDAR University in Java, Indonesia are now benefiting from the installation of a range of new fluid mechanics practical teaching apparatus from TecQuipment for understanding water resources engineering. There is a shortage of civil engineers in Indonesia, particularly those that have the necessary expertise to support the growth of the infrastructure required within the country. Universities like TIDAR have been raising the standards of education using a competency-based curriculum that meets the requirements of the Indonesian National Qualifications
The Civil Engineering programme at TIDAR University covers the design, construction, renovation, operation and maintenance of buildings. The recently acquired equipment from TecQuipment focuses on the water resources engineering element of the teaching syllabus, covering flow and pressure measurement, laminar and turbulent flow, open channel flow, hydrology, hydrostatics and properties of fluids.
Framework (KKNI). An important element of this is teaching using practical didactic methods. After putting the project for fluid mechanics practical teaching equipment out to tender, they opted to purchase the teaching equipment from TecQuipment, working with Jitrasindo, TecQuipment’s specialist provider within the country.
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