INTERNALIZATION OF MORAL RELIGIOSITY VALUE FOR ASN DURING BASIC TRAINING (LATSAR) IN P3KHAN LAN RI- ACEH
Education and training, especially the moral religiosity value, play a very important role in improving the competence and professionalism of the civil servant (ASN) in the Republic of Indonesia. The urgency of moral religiosity values for ASN is not only limited to the periodic delivery of material but also requires seriousness, tenacity, continuity, and habituation carried out by widyaiswara or other trainers to the trainee so that they will implement moral religiosity values in their lives. Widyaiswara is a figure idolized by the participants of the training; therefore, Widyaiswara should be able to be a model. The purpose of this study is to find out the methods that can be developed for an internalizing religious character for ASN during basic training (Latsar). This research is descriptive research using a qualitative approach and intends to provide an overview of the situation or events at the research location, namely the strategy or method used by Widyaiswara in internalizing moral religiosity values for trainees during basic training (Latsar) at the State Administrative Institution (LAN). The result of this research is that the process of internalizing moral religiosity values for ASN can be carried out through the exemplary behavior shown by Widyaiswara through attitudes, actions, and speech styles. The process of internalizing moral and religious values for trainees can be done through exemplary methods by exemplifying all that Rasulullah saw and did in words, deeds, and decrees. This imitation is also referred to as a prophetic exemplary. In addition, the process of internalizing moral religiosity values for CASN is performed by strengthening the substance of moral materials delivered by widyaiswara or speakers, especially moral with Allah, oneself, the Messenger of Allah, parents, knowledge-related, surrounding nature, and fellow human beings. Another method used is the method of ibrah, tadribah, habituation, and discipline.
Keywords: internalization, religiosity, values, morals