Skills Training For Making Decoupage From Woven Creative Industry-Based To Improve The Family Economy Of The Residents Of The Ciriung Village


  • Amrulloh Amrulloh Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan
  • Jasmadeti Jasmadeti Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan
  • Nilda Tartila Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan


decoupage, creativity, weaving


The COVID-19 pandemic has brought changes to the world with various challenges that were never imagined before. In Indonesia, COVID-19 has infected more than 1.3 million people since the first case was announced in March 2020, at least 35,000 people have died. Covid 19 hampers economic growth as well as the implementation of social and mobility restrictions in various regions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, not only has the potential to result in the loss of large numbers of jobs, but also massively increase poverty. Not only the health sector but also the economic sector which is no less seriously affected by this pandemic. At the family level, small and medium-sized communities are weak and degenerate, this is due to restrictions on community activities. Seeing these conditions, it is necessary to have an effort that we must do to be able to restore the family's economic condition by utilizing the potential that is around it. One of the efforts to increase family income is to increase creativity based on creative industries. This service is carried out by providing skills training for housewives in the Ciriung sub-district, Bogor district. The method used in this activity is carried out in 4 (four) stages of activity, namely 1) Preparation, 2) Presentation, 3) Implementation of Activities/Demonstrations, and 4) Monitoring and Evaluation. The results of the activity show that housewives are very enthusiastic, enthusiastic and have understood the technique of making decoupage and have high motivation to become entrepreneurs through making decoupage and can increase people's income in the New Normal Era. from the Covid-19 pandemic.


Keywords: Decoupage, Pandan weaving and creativity