The Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding Between WTA and The Government of Central Sumba

The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between PT. Wacana Tata Akademika (WTA) and The Government of Central Sumba was held on January 18th, 2017. WTA was represented by Mr. Eka Simanjuntak and Mr. Willi Toisuta as the President Director and Commissioner,...

Positive Discipline Training for Mentors / Trainers in Sorong

After the Positive Discipline training for mentors/trainers in Jayapura was completed, the similar training was reimplemented in Sorong by Unicef ​​and Yayasan Nusantara Sejati, which under management of WTA. The training took place at STKIP Muhammadiyah campus in...

Positive Discipline Training for Mentor and Trainer in Jayapura Regency

The increasing number of violence against children has taken people’s attention. Moreover, this violence happens at school and the actor is teacher who in many cases got an approval by parents.  The realization of such violence is a punishment given by teacher to...

Workshop & Refinement of Materials on Positive Discipline For Master Trainer in Jayapura districts

The issue about child abuse in Indonesia, especially Papua, is worrisome. Ironically, this violence happens in the school environment. This violence is even done by teachers themselves in the form of punishment. In response to this issue, UNICEF in collaboration with...

Professional Development Program for Trainers of Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs

A professional development program which was managed by WTA through cooperation with University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) and funded by Australian Government through Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) was held on 26th of September 2016 to 23rd of October...

Who We Are

WTA is an Indonesian educational consultant firm founded by a group of academic experts committed to improve the quality of educational in Indonesia. We based this initiative on factual information referring to the poor quality and performance of educational in Indonesia, both in terms of policy and implementation levels.

We believe that prefessional contribution is needed to enhace the quality of education in Indonesia. In this respect, in 2004, WTA officially became a legal entity under the name of PT. Wacana Tata Akademika; using the business brand of The Willi Toisuta & Associates. WTA’s mission is to assist the Indonesian government (national and regional) as well as private foundations, which areas of concern in education, to develop an education system that may optimize the potential of Indonesian children. Hence, Indonesian children will have high competitive power and capable to compete globally. With this intention, WTA aspiresto be reliable Indonesian consultant.

Our Team

Senior Partners


Dharmaputra Palekahelu
Erren Very Anna Hutauruk
Imanuel Nathaniel Djahi

Jean Hendry Souisa
Stephen Pratama
Wardatul Hasanah

Sara Gabriella Jeremiah
Elien Bewekes


Ida Chanifa
Ari Sri Amini
Christywella Saroy

Suzanna Armhart Burdam
Andi Dwi Prasetyo

Rizal Farhan
Dedi Irawan

Partner Institutions

WTA has worked with experts from almost all universities in Indonesia in various projects, both institutional and personal ones.
In institutional capacity, WTA has worked with many local and international education- related experts to carry out a big number of projects from different institutions such as Puslitjaknov (Center for Education Policy and Innovation Research) and PSP (Centre for Education Statistics) of the Ministry of National Education; Education Office of Ambon Municipal Government; Education and Teaching Office of Papua Provincial Government; BRR Nias (Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Agency of Nias); Education Office of Riau Provincial Government; Education Office of East Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government; Education Foundations of GPIB (The Protestant Church in Western Indonesia), GKI Tanah Papua (Evangelical Christian Church in the Land of Papua), and Gereja Kristen Pasundan (Pasundan Christian Church).

WTA has also developed cooperation with a number of International institutions such as Australian Council for Education Research, TAFE Queensland, Cambridge Education, GRM International; Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Australia; Macquarie University, Sydney; University of Sunshine Coast, Queensland; Fachhochschule Norhausen, Berlin, Jinan University, Guangzhou; Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS), Prague; and the Embassy of The Czech Republic, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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