Abstract: Management and performance of the apparatus (employees) in education and training is a central issue in the governance of public organizations. Research study aims to explain the perception of alumni education and training on the management and performance of the apparatus in the Board of Education and Training of South Sulawesi Province. The method used is qualitative and quantitative. Data were collected through questionnaires techniques and observational techniques. Analysis of the data used is descriptive statistics and inferential statistics such as the percentage of the form of linear regression. The results showed that the management of education and training in the Board of Education and Training of South Sulawesi Province including in the good category from the aspect of planning a schedule of activities, provision of facilities and necessary infrastructure, support system components available services, cooperative relationships internally built by apparatus (employees), the availability and completeness of teaching materials that will be delivered by an instructor, the instructors ability attracted the attention of participants, the creation of an atmosphere conducive to the learning process andragogy, the intensity of supervision of activity by the committee, evaluation of education and training as well as the accuracy of the delivery of the results of the evaluation. Meanwhile, the performance of the apparatus in the Board of Education and Training of South Sulawesi Province including in the good category, seen from the provision of education and training system components and process control systems providing education and training. Similarly, the management of education and training provide a significant positive effect on the improvement of performance of the apparatus in the Board of Education and Training of South Sulawesi Province.
Murlinah , Haedar Akib, Andi Rasyid Pananrangi and Hasnawi Haris, 2018. An Analysis of Management and Performance of the Apparatus in Education and Training Agency of South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The Social Sciences, 13: 475-483.