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Title: Performance of saw and wp method in determining the feasibility of motorcycle engineering workshop for competency test of vocational high school student
Authors: Muslihudin, M. 
Mukodimah, S. 
Hashim, W. 
Ayshwarya, B. 
Nguyen, P.T. 
Shankar, K. 
Peteraitis, S.K. 
Maseleno, A. 
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: Vocational High School is one form of a formal education unit that provides vocational education in secondary education as a continuation of SMP, MTs. Graduates who are owned by SMK will be able to choose the skill in accordance with the majors in persistent as stock in the world of business and industry. Feasibility in facilities and infrastructure has an important role in producing qualified graduates. Laboratory is an important tool in the activities of Competency Test Graduation skills expertise. In this study comparing two methods of Simple Additive Weighting and Weight Product Method as an effort to measure the feasibility level of Kopetensi Test in motorcycle engineering program by using alternative school in Pringsewu District. From the results of the study conducted both methods can be used as a basis in decision making lab workshop Competency Testing Expertise in District Pringsewu. © BEIESP.
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