Development Of A Social Responsibility Based Mentor Training Management Model To Improve Mentoring Ability International Voluntary Service (IVS) Program

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Ketut Purwantoro , Fakhruddin , Samsudi , Amin Pujiati


The purpose of this research is to develop a Social Responsibility-Based Mentor Training Management model to Improve Mentoring Capability of the International Voluntary Service Program (IVS). The research method used is development research, which is carried out in three stages, namely: (1) preliminary study stage, (2) development stage of social responsibility-based mentor training management, and (3) model feasibility test stage. The subjects in the study were 21 people involved in implementing the International Voluntary Service. The research instruments include questionnaires, interview guidelines, observation guidelines, and documentation. The validity and reliability of the research instrument were tested by expert validators so that it met the criteria for use in research. The results showed that the factual model of Mentor Training Management in Dejavato had not utilized training management functions from the planning, implementation, and evaluation stages. The results of the development show that the social responsibility-based training management model is appropriate to support IVS volunteer mentoring activities and improve mentors' ability both interpersonally and interculturally. This is evidenced by an expert or expert validation tests during FGD activities and expert test results by developers and users of the model and evidenced by the results of questionnaires from developers and model users, which include model elements, content suitability, construction, language, practicality and writing organization by obtaining an average score of 85.5% is very valid to be used in IVS volunteer mentoring activities.

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