Motor Cycle Tune-Up Learning Material Based on Industrial Competency for Vocational High School
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Keywords

Motor Cycle Tune-Up
Learning Material

How to Cite

hartanto, suryo, Handoko, H., Arifin, Z., Huda, A., Fordiana, R., & Yeni, N. (2018). Motor Cycle Tune-Up Learning Material Based on Industrial Competency for Vocational High School. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 2(4), 38-42. Retrieved from http://readersinsight.net/APSS/article/view/267

Abstract

The research proposed, based on competency industry party needs the learning material of 4-stroke motorcycle tune-up. It requires 65 topics/ subtopics of materials of 4-stroke motorcycle tune-up in motorcycle engineering department of vocational high school need to be adjusted to meet the standard requirements of industrial competency.

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