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International Business Meeting on Indonesia Overseas Workers

30-31 March 2009 Bali, Indonesia

General Information

National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Indonesia Overseas Workers (BNP2TKI)
DEPUTY OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND PROMOTION Jalan Jenderal MT Haryono Kav. 52, Jakarta 12770, INDONESIA Tel/Fax: +62 21 7919 0366

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Page 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Introduction Seminar Program Indonesian Overseas Worker Profile Venue Expected Participants Registration Hotel Accommodations Tour Package Language and Currency Contacts 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6

Annex: 1. 2. 2. 3. Agenda Indonesian Overseas Worker Profile Map of Venue and Jayakarta Hotel Registration Form

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INTERNATIONAL BUSSINESS MEETING ON INDONESIAN OVERSEAS WORKERS (JORDAN, BRUNEI DARUSSALAM, CANADA & USA) BALI, 30-31 MARCH 2009 IN BRIEF
A meeting where we have international employment agencies, manpower suppliers from various kinds of school, training centres, profesion associations, Indonesian Representatives and National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers (BNP2TKI) to discuss and negotiate an agreement on the placement of prospective Indonesian Overseas Workers to four destination countries namely Jordan, Brunei Darussalam, Canada and The United States of America. The meeting will be held in Wantilan Room, The Jayakarta Bali Hotel, 30-31 March 2009. Jayakarta Hotel & Residence Jalan Werkudara P.O. Box 3244, Legian, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia Tel : (62-361) 751433 Fax : (62-361) 752074 Mobile: +62 818-34-8693 Email : [email protected]; www.jayakartahotelsresorts.com The main agenda of the meeting is a special simultanous session for each countries, to discuss and negotiate an agreement on the placement of prospective Indonesian Overseas Workers. In additional, there will be one day visit to school and training centre on Construction Nursing, and Hospitality Sectors. Participants are expected to complete the Registration Form (Annex 4) and return it by e-mail or fax ASAP to the Business Meeting Secretariat not later than 20 March 2009. Phone: +62 21 79190366 Fax: +62 21 79190366, 79199420 And/or email to: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected] All of participant will have to bear their own transportation and accommodation charges. The official language of the Bussiness Meeting is English and the currency is in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR/Rp.) which equivalent to around 11,800 per US $ (as of March 10, 2009). Further Contact Person for administrative purposes: Name Contact Address a. Elfrida H. Siregar Email: [email protected]; Mobile: +62 816 4811122 b. Elizabeth Monica Email: [email protected]; Mobile: +62 8561268999 c. Desi Riani Email: [email protected]; Mobile: +62 8123163974 Contact Person for Hotel Jayakarta, Kuta, Bali: d. Putu Muliani (Uchie) Email: [email protected]; Mobile: +62 818 348693
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Introduction

International Business Meeting on Indonesian Overseas Workers, held in The Jayakarta Bali Hotel, 30-31 March 2009, is a meeting where we bring together stakeholders that dealing with overseas employment in four destination countries, namely USA, Canada, Jordan, and Brunei; more that 80 (eighty) manpower suppliers coming from various kinds of school, training centres, profesion associations, etc; Indonesian Representatives and local stakeholders both from public and private bodies. This meeting is aim at having a fruitful negotiation and agreement initiative on placing more Indonesian profesional overseas worker to those respective country. Furthermore, we do hope all the participants would initiate a longer term cooperation in order to build a more comprehensive cooperation in the next future. Through this meeting, National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers expects to increase the percentage number of skill and profesional Indonesia Overseas Workers working abroad especially to the four countries by strengthening networking and enhancing International Cooperation. On the other hand, educational and training institutions in Indonesia will get benefit from having more awareness in preparing potential workers based on Standard of Competency required by respective countries on the area of specific skill, culture and communication skill. As to optimizing its roles as the implementing Body, National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers conducts this bussiness meeting with the specific attention for strengthening cooperation by using the scheme of G to P. 2. Seminar Program

The main agenda of the meeting is a special simultanous session for each countries, a medium where agencies and or Indonesian Representative discuss and negotiate an agreement with BNP2TKI and manpower supplies on the placement of prospective Indonesian Overseas Workers. In additional, to have a view on the institution that provide the workers, the committe offers one day visit to school and training centre on Construction Nursing, and Hospitality Sectors (for detail agenda please find in Annex 1). Proposed themes of ‘Discussions on key areas of the Group Session’ are as follows: • • Subject 1: MOU between BNP2TKI and the Final Employer and/or Employment Agencies (including each liabilities and responsibility) Subject 2: Scheme of Placement and Protection - Adjustment Training - Recruitment Practice - Cost Structure - Delivery Services Subject 3: Working Contract - Employment/Working conditions - Employment Agreements - Hours of Work, Hours of rest and entitlement of Leave - Other benefit of the workers Subject 4: Other issues - Presentation from the School Management - Discussion Field visit may be arranged by the School Management based on the potential employer requested [optional]. Indonesian Overseas Worker Profile





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This Country profile (see Annex 1) includes information on: • • • BNP2TKI and other related Institution Basic data of Indonesian Prospective Overseas Workers National laws and regulations concerning Placement and Protection

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4. Venue Jayakarta Hotel & Residence Jalan Werkudara P.O. Box 3244, Legian, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia Tel : (62-361) 751433 Fax : (62-361) 752074 Mobile: +62 818-34-8693 Email : [email protected] www. Jayakartahotelsresorts.com The Plenary Session will be held in Wantilan Function Room. 5. a. Expected Participants International Participants - Recruitment Agencies from Canada, USA, Jordan and Brunei Darussalam. - Indonesian Representatives Local Participants Education and Training Institutions Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration Ministry of National Education Ministry of Health Ministry of Public Works Association of Profession BNP2TKI Participant Deputy of Placement Deputy of Protection Bureau of Legal Centre for Research and Information Press Registration

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Participants are expected to complete the Registration Form (Annex 3) and return it by e-mail or fax ASAP to the Business Meeting Secretariat not later than 20 March 2009. Phone: +62 21 79190366 Fax: +62 21 79190366, 79199420 And/or email to: Elfrida Siregar: [email protected] Elizabeth Monica: [email protected] Desi Riani: [email protected] 7. Hotel Accommodations

BNP2TKI will reserve rooms for participants at Jayakarta Hotel, Kuta, Bali. In general, invited participants are requested to stay at this Hotel. Please note that all of participant will have to bear their own transportation and accommodation charges. Hotel Address: The Jayakarta Bali Hotel Jalan Werkudara P.O. Box 3244, Legian, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia Telp : (62-361) 751433 Fax : (62-361) 752074 Mobile: +62 818-34-8693 Email : [email protected] www. Jayakartahotelsresorts.com

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Hotel room rate including full day meeting package rate list, participant may choose. Meeting Packages Standard/Deluxe Junior Suite Executive Suite Rate Twin/2 Pax/ Single/1Pax room/night /room/night Rp. 600.000 Rp. 500.000 Rp. 1.750.000 Rp. 2.500.000 Full Day meeting/day/ person Rp. 275.000 Rp. 275.000 Rp. 275.000 Total Twin/2 Pax/ room/night Rp. 1.150.00 (Rp. 575.000/person) Rp. 2.300.000 (Rp. 1.150.000/person) Rp. 3.050.000 (Rp. 1.525.000/person) Inclusion Single/Pax/ Room+ ABF, room/night Coffee break, Rp. 775.000 Lunch Rp. 2.025.000 Rp. 2.775.000

- If you wish to stay in other hotel, please let us know, therefore you would be only charged Rp. 275.000/person to cover meeting package. - Packages are net inclusive of 21% tax and service charge. - Room base on room availability. - Free rountrip Airport transfer is available upon request. Hotel provide special complimentary amenities - A welcome non-alcoholic tropical drink upon arrival - A basket of tropical fruit for VIP guest (stay at executive suite) - Coffee/tea making facilitites in each room - Shuttle to Kuta areal 5 time a day. Check in Time: 14.00 hours. Guess may check into the hotel after 14.00 hours on the arrival date. Anyone arriving earlier than 14.00 hours will be checked in as soon as rooms available. Check out Time: 12.00 hours Anyone requesting special consideration for late check-out should inquire for availability at the front dest on the day of departure. Late check-out charge as follows: - Until 18.00 hours: 50% charge on the confirmed group rate - After 18.00 hours: full rate charge 8. Tour Package

Hotel offer three tour packages and may arrange them upon request. Participant interested will have to bear all the tour charges. Tour available: Kintamani Tour offers visit to Barong and Keris Dancing performance, Balinese souvenier, Batur Mountain and the lake sorrounding, lunch in local restaurant, Spring Water in Tampak Siring and shopping at Sukawati traditional market. Charge: Rp. 220.000,-nett/person. Bedugul, Tanah Lot Tour provide visit to Pura Taman Ayu in Mengwi, Traditional Fruit and Flower Market in Baturiti, Bratan Lake in Bedugul, lunch at local restaurant, Monkey Forest in Alas Kedaton and Tanah Lot. Charge Rp. 220. 000,-nett/person.

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Benoa, Uluwatu, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Tour provide visit to Tanjung Benoa, welknown with water sport (parasailing, jet sky – on personal account), Uluwatu Temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Giant Statue, lunch at local restaurant and shopping at Jogger T’shirt. Charge Rp.200. 000,-nett/person The packages include AC Bus, entry ticket, lunch, mineral water (600 ml/pax) and tour guide. 9. Language and Currency

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The official language of the Bussiness Meeting is English and the currency is in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR/Rp.) which equivalent to around 11,800 per US $ (as of March 10, 2009).

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10. Contacts The secretariat is responsible for all Business Meeting administrative matters, as follows: Coordinator: Dr. Endang Sulistyaningsih (Ms.), Director of Promotion Further Contact Person for administrative purposes: Name Contact Address e. Elfrida H. Siregar Email: [email protected] Mobile: +62 816 4811122 f. Elizabeth Monica Email: [email protected] Mobile: +62 8561268999 Email: riani.desi.ymail.com g. Desi Riani Mobile: +62 8123163974 Contact Person for Hotel Jayakarta, Kuta, Bali: h. Putu Muliani (uchie) Mobile: +62 818 348693 Email: [email protected] Should you have any questions about the Business Meeting, please do not hesitate to contact these persons.

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Annex 1 Agenda AGENDA INTERNATIONAL BUSSINESS MEETING ON INDONESIA OVERSEAS WORKERS (BRUNEI DARUSSALAM, CANADA, JORDAN, USA) BALI, 30-31 MARCH 2009

1 st day Monday, 30 March 2009 TIME 08:00 08:30 08:30 - 08:40 Registration Meeting Start Opening remarks : - Report by Deputy Chairman “Presentations of the Business Meeting, Detail Organizational Structure of BNP2TKI, Placement and Protection Scheme of Indonesia Overseas Workers” and introduction of participants - Keynote Speech by • H.E. Ambassador RI for Jordan • H.E. Ambassador RI for Brunei Darussalam • H.E. Ambassador RI for Canada • H.E. Ambassador RI for The USA Welcome speech followed by opening statement “The core function of BNP2TKI and expected output from this Business Meeting” - Adoption of agenda - Explanation of the Group Session [by Country] - Presentation of Potential Indonesian Skill Workers ACTIVITY Committee Committee - Deputy Chairman of Intl’ Cooperation and Promotion REMARKS

08.40 - 08.55 08.55 - 09.10 09.10 - 09.25 09.25 - 09.40

09.40 – 10.00

Chairman of BNP2TKI

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 - 10:30 10.30 – 12.30 (simultanously)

Coffee Break Business Meeting for Brunei Darussalam

Panel: - Deputy Chairman of Intl’ Coop and Promotion - Director of Promotion - Director of of International Coop’ for Asia, Pacific and America - Deputy Dir. of Multilateral Cooperation for Middle East, Africa & Europe. Committe Panel: - Ambassador RI for Brunei Darussalam: H. E. Mr. Herrijanto Soeprapto - Counterpart - Moderator: Dir. of East Asia and Pacific Region, MOFA - Facilitator: Deputy Director of Labour Market Expansion Panel: - H.E. Ambassador RI for Canada: H.E.Mr. Djoko Hardono - Counterpart - Moderator: Dir. of North and Central America/ Secr. Of Dit. Gen of America and Europe Region, MOFA - Facilitator: Dir. of Promotion, BNP2TKI

Business Meeting for Canada

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ACTIVITY Business Meeting for Jordan

REMARKS Panel: - Ambassador RI for Jordan: H. E. Mr. Ribhan A. Wahab - Counterpart - Moderator: Dir. of Middle East Region, MOFA - Facilitator: Deputy Dir. Of Multilateral Cooperation for Middle East, Africa & Europe. Panel: - H.E. Ambassador RI for USA: H.E. Mr. Sudjadnan Parnohadiningrat - Counterpart - Moderator: Secr. of Dit. Gen.of America and Europe Region/ Dir. of North and Central America Region, MOFA - Facilitator: Dir. of International Cooperation for Asia Pacific & America -

Bussiness Meeting for USA

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch break and registration for Field Visit

Afternoon Session 13:30 13:30 – 15:00 15:00 – 15:15 15:15 – 16:00 16:00 – 16:30 16:30 – 17:00 17:00 – Meeting Start Bussiness Meeting (contd) Coffee Break Bussiness Meeting (contd.) Summary BM Result (Plenary) Closing remarks Meeting adjourned – Free Programme Committee Idem Committee Idem Director of Promotion Deputy Chairman of International Cooperation and Promotion, BNP2TKI

2nd day Tuesday, 31 March 2009 TIME 08:00 09:00 09:00 - 10:30 10:30 – 12:00 12:00 – 13:00 13:00 – 15:00 15.00 16.00 ACTIVITY Preparation for Field Visit Field Visit to Schools and Training Centre (Construction Nursing, and Hospitality Sectors) Visit to Construction school: “Pusat Pelatihan Konstruksi Bali” Visit to Nursing School: “STIKES Bali” Lunch hosted by Sekolah Pariwisata Bali Bali Visit to Hospitality School: “SPB Bali and Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata International” Back to Hotel – end of programme Free Programme Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee REMARKS

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Annex 2. Indonesian Overseas Worker Profile 1. BNP2TKI in Brief National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesia Overseas Workers is a government institution, which is established by and responsible to President of the Republic of Indonesia. The Board is recognized by Act No. 39/2004, Presidential Regulation No. 81/2006, and Presidential Instruction No. 6/2006 which mandated to implement the overseas employment policy, done by Ministry of Manpower of the RI. As stipulated by the regulation, the main tasks of the Board is to carry out the promotion, placement, protection and monitoring the whole process of Indonesian overseas employment programs. 2. Basic Data on Stock of Skill Labor As part of its promotion task, BNP2TKI reach out its network to various stakeholders, mainly to education and training institution and professional associations. These institutions are the main parties that provide potential/prospective Indonesian Overseas Workers. The continuity of producing qualified prospective workers is considered as the key support of the success of the promotion activity. Some of the institutions are wellknown with history on sending their students to work abroad, as listed below: a. Hospitality Sector

Sea-based (certified by International Maritime Organization) and Land-based (certified by National Certification) • Bandung Tourism College • Sahid Tourism College • Bali Tourism College • The Bali Hotel School • Indonesian Hospitality Association, etc b. • • • • • • c. • • • • Construction Sector International Vocational Training Centre (Cevest-Bekasi, Serang, Surakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, Banda Aceh, Medan, Samarinda, Makassar, Ternate, Sorong) Bandung Vocational Training Centre Association of Indonesian Engineer Association of Indonesian Technician Certification Board for Indonesian Technical Experts PT. PAL Training Centre, Surabaya, etc. Health Sector Nurse Academy (Deli Husada Medan, Pertamina Hospital, Islamic Hospital, Perintis Hospital Bukit Tinggi, Griya Husada, Payung Negeri Pekanbaru) Saint Carolus Health Science College Health Polytechnics (Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Palembang, Mataram, Manado, Makassar Association of Indonesian Nurse, etc.

Certification National Board for Profession Certification is a national institution that mandated as the regulator for national competency testing and certification of profession issuance. Various Private Board for Professions Certification act as the implementer held competency testing for occupation registered and issue certification of profession thereafter. National board grants accreditation to every Board of based on its performance.

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Administrative Structure related to Placement and Protection of Indonesia Overseas Workers After signing an agreement which also considered as job order, BNP2TKI will do recruitment upon prospective worker registered in manpower regional office in collaboration with its stakeholders such as Ministry of Health (for nurse, care-giver etc) and Ministry of Tourism (for hospitality workers). Thereafter, the workers recruited will go through health examining, competency testing and training assessment (if needed). Finally, BNP2TKI will issue recommendation letter to successful participants as the endorsement to obtain passport, visa and insurance needed to go abroad and feed them with pre-departure orientation to work overseas.

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Laws and Regulations related to Overseas Workers • • • • • Act No. 37/1999 concerning International Relations Act No. 25/2000 concerning International Treaty Act No. 39/2004 concerning Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers, Presidential Regulation No. 81/2006 concerning National Board for The Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers, and Presidential Instruction No. 6/2006 concerning The Reformation Policy of the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers.

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International Conventions related Overseas Workers. • • • UN Convention No. 45/158 concerning Protection of The Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. ILO Convention No. 97 concerning Migration for Employment ILO Convention No. 143 concerning Migration in Abusive Conditions and Promotion of Equality of Opportunity and Treatment of Migrant Workers.

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Proposed MOU [based on the G to P arrangement] MoU will cover at least, as follows: Numbers of workers Kinds Occupation Sexes Qualification (competencies list, job description, job requirement) Rights (salary, leave etc) Obligations of Parties Involve Parties involve Cost Structure Delivery Schedule Insurance Duration of MoU and its amendment The Standard Minimum of Working Contract Kinds Occupation Sexes Qualification (competencies list, job description, job requirement) Rights (salary, leave facility, accommodation, food, health care, bonuses, overtime compensation: insurances (health, incident and life)). Dispute resettlements Parties involve Cost Structure Remuneration Method Duration of MoU and its amendment

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Annex 3. Map of Venue and Hotel

Address: The Jayakarta Bali Jl. Werkudara, PO BOX 3244 Legian, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

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Form International Business Meeting on Indonesia Overseas Workers 30-31 March 2009, Bali, Indonesia Registration Form for Invited Participant (Please type or print)

Annex 4 Registration Form

This Registration Form should be returned by e-mail or fax to Business Meeting Secretariat, BNP2TKI, to any of these email addresses: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected] or fax to +62-21-79190366 or 79199420. In addition please attach to this form your short curriculum vitae. 1. 2. 3. 4. Name (as entered on passport) Title of present official position Organization represented Mailing address (office) Telephone number Fax number E-mail address Nationality Gender Date of birth: Passport number (Valid through) Accommodation required : : : : : : : : : : : : ( ) Male ( ) Female

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( ) Yes[Jayakarta Hotel *1] ( ) Non smoking room ( ) Smoking room *1: Hotel booking for Standard Single Occupancy room with breakfast. If you require any other room’s type, please let us know. Participant will bear the cost of accommodation. ( ) No *2 [other accommodation] *2: If you will be arranging other accommodation by yourself without Secretariat's assistance, you would cover meeting package worth Rp. 275.000. Please let us know the address, telephone and fax number of your accommodation in Bali.

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Term of Payment

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( ) Cash (transfer to Bank Mandiri) Addr. Jl. Teuku Umar No. 85 Denpasar, Bali Indonesia, IDR 145 009 2071394). Account Name: JAYAKARTA BALI HOTEL. ( ) Credit Card (No: ......................................, expired date: ......................................) Participant will bear their cost of transportation, and expected to be arriving on Sunday, 29 March 2009 and departing on Wednesday, 1 April 2009 at evening hours, or on Thursday, 2 April 2009. If you prefer to stay longer, please let us know, since the Secretariat of the Business Meeting will be closed on Tuesday, 31 April 2009 at noon (and expected to leave Bali on Tuesday evening). (1) Arrival at Ngurah Rai, Bali International Airport: Flight No ____________; Date ____________; Time ___________ (2) Departure from Ngurah Rai, Bali International Airport: Flight No ____________; Date ____________; Time ___________

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Travel information:

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Airport Transfer

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Hotel Management will arrange the airport transfer. Upon request, the Secretariat will arrange automobile transportation service for your group with reasonable charge. Please let us know if you will require such service. (if you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know).

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Dietary Requirement Date :

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Signature : __________________________

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