'Stress Management and Anger Control' Training for EGO Bus Drivers; Metropolitan Municipality General Directorate of EGO and Turkey Union of Municipalities Municipal Academy in cooperation with the EGO bus driver "Stress Management and Anger Control" on trainings are given.
In the training seminar initiated by EGO General Directorate Service Improvement and Corporate Development Department and Bus Management Department; Anger control, stress management and body language were explained by experts.
DRAMA SUPPORT IN EDUCATION
The trainers organized by EGO bus drivers to communicate effectively with the citizens participated in the performances of Başkent Theaters.
EGO General Manager Nihat Alkaş, who participated in the interactive training and stated that they aim to increase the quality in public transportation, said:
Temel The main focus of these seminars is to ensure citizen satisfaction. Our direct contact with our citizens is our drivers and you are the service mirror of EGO. We are all working for a happier and more peaceful Ankara. We found that the trainings supported by theatrical narratives were more permanent. We have found that with the drama games that create awareness, the participants gather their concentration and continue their education more carefully. ”
TRAININGS WILL CONTINUE
Hacettepe University Dr. Şefika Şule Erçetin, emphasizing the importance of theater plays to the trainings they provide to EGO bus drivers, said, “It is effective for the group to make it easier to explain events with realistic dramas about daily events. Most people have the chance to learn in the environment in which they find themselves and value. Değer
Ergün Aydoğdu, one of the EGO bus drivers participating in the training, stated that he was motivated by the training and said, “Expression of emotions through theater provides a more effective understanding. These trainings encourage us to work more consciously. Here we have the opportunity to express our thoughts ”.
Total 2 thousand 500 EGO drivers will benefit from the trainings that will continue in November, December and January.