Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Research in Education
Reliability of Items Frequently Used Factors Entrepreneurial Readiness Cadets in Vocational School
Ariyono Setiawan, Munoto, Luthfiyah Nurlaelaand Eko Hariadi
There are several factors that influence cadet activities in starting or carrying out an entrepreneurial process. Interest, motivation, knowledge, desire, character and readiness factors are some factors that can be used. When cadets are said to be ready to start the process of opening a business, they will definitely come into contact with one of these factors. The cadet has a feeling of being ready when he is able to do and start opening a new business. Testing the validity of an instrument is absolutely necessary. Factor analysis is a technique used to look for factors that are able to explain the relationship or correlation between the various independent indicators observed. It is also used to identify a relatively small number of factors that can be used to explain a large number of variables. interconnected. So that the variables in one factor have a high correlation, while the correlation with the variables in other factors is relatively low. In this study, primary data obtained through questionnaires were then processed using descriptive analysis, chi square analysis, and Frequentist Individual Item Reliability Statistics analysis.
keywords: Readiness, Entrepreneurship, Cadet, Variables, Reliability Statistics analysis, Vocational Education.