Registration of wave 11 Pre-employment Card program has been open since November 2 in www.prakerja.go.id. As mentioned in the Pre-work dashboard, this wave of 11 will close on November 4, 2020. Unlike the previous wave, this 11 wave quota is only for 400,000 participants.
The amount comes from recipients who are deprived of membership and blacklisted for not purchasing training since 30 days of announced passes. On the other hand, a number of prospective applicants complained about the difficulty of uploading photos of ID cards when registering on the Pre-work dashboard. They revealed this, one of them on Twitter.
One of the steps to take when registering a Pre-employment Card is to upload a photo file of your ID card. However, some people who signed up for the program still admitted to having difficulty uploading the image file in question.
For example, the account @azinyasiapa be posted on Twitter. “What is your favorite #prakerja? I’ve done it all the time, sad :(,” wrote the account @azinyasiapa. The same complaint was also submitted by another account.
n response to this, Head of Communication PMO Pre-employment Card Louisa Tuhatu mentioned, there are currently no interruptions related to photo uploading. “Uploading a photo id card was no problem, I just checked,” he said. If the registrant still fails to upload a photo of the ID card, he recommends that the registrant fail in the photo upload process to repeat and try again. Furthermore, for participants who have finished registering will be asked to wait before the participants are announced to pass.
Pre-employment announcement wave 11 A number of net citizens also asked how long the evaluation process would take? When is the announcement acceptable? Head of Communication PMO Pre-employment Card Louisa Tuhatu said, currently the process of Pre-work Card wave 11 is still in the registration stage, so it is not yet able to be sure when the results can be announced. “Tomorrow (4/11/2020) noon at 12.00 PM registration will be closed.
After that we need a few days to do the selection process,” said Louisa, Tuesday (3/11/2020). When asked for more details on whether the evaluation process would take the same amount of time as the previous wave, which is about three days, Louisa did not give a definitive answer. “We will announces soon,” he said briefly.