Vocational High Schools Started Exporting Abroad

vocational high schools started exporting abroad
vocational high schools started exporting abroad

Expressing that vocational high schools have started to export abroad with the support of the Ministry of National Education, Deputy Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer stated that the steps taken in vocational education bear fruit and said, “Our vocational high schools in our provinces of Bursa, Denizli, Istanbul, İzmir, Konya and Mersin, Kovid-19 outbreak Exported the products they produced within the scope of combating with 6 different countries in Europe. The countries to which the products of our vocational high schools are exported are Bulgaria, the Netherlands, England, Czechia, Belgium and France. " he spoke.

The Ministry of National Education has made significant investments in recent years to increase the production capacity in vocational education. Vocational high schools, which contributed to meeting the needs of the country by producing the products needed in the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic with the support provided by the Ministry, started to export abroad for the first time upon request. In this context, the products of 6 vocational and technical Anatolian high schools were exported to Bulgaria, Holland, England, Czech Republic, Belgium and France.

Vocational training, strengthened by the investments made, produced a large number of products from masks to disinfectant materials, disposable gowns and overalls to face protective visors in 19 provinces and in all districts during the days of combating the Kovid-81 epidemic. In these high schools, a large number of devices, from respirators to mask machines, were later successfully produced.

"Steps Taken in Vocational Education Are Bringing Their Fruits"

Deputy Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer stated that they were very happy to see that the steps they took to strengthen the "education-production-employment" cycle in vocational education bear fruit.

Pointing out that the support they have given to schools to increase the capacity and diversity of the productions made within the scope of revolving fund since the end of 2018 in vocational high schools has yielded results, Özer said: “In the last two years, the income obtained from the production within this scope has increased 2018 percent compared to 100 and 500 million reached the lira band. This 100 percent increase was achieved in 2020, despite the fact that most production items that were previously produced could not be produced due to the Kovid-19 outbreak. This shows that our potential is much higher. "

Özer stated that vocational high schools, which contribute to meeting the needs of the country by producing the products needed in the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic, have started to export abroad for the first time on demand, and in this context, the products produced by vocational high schools in 6 provinces within the scope of combating the Kovid-19 epidemic, He stated that he exported to 6 different countries.

Stating that the countries where vocational high schools export their products are Bulgaria, Holland, England, Czech Republic, Belgium and France, Mahmut Özer said, “Bursa Ali Osman Sönmez Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, a mask to Bulgaria; Fabric masks for Denizli Osman Aydınlı Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, Holland and England; Istanbul Küçükköy Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, Czechia with a mask; Hygiene door disinfectant machine to İzmir MOPAK Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, Belgium; Konya Kılıçarslan İMKB Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School exported masks to France and Mersin Çamlıbel Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School exported disposable surgical gowns to the Netherlands. " said.

Özer said, "I congratulate our Bursa, Denizli, Istanbul, Izmir, Konya and Mersin Provincial Directors of National Education, school administrators, teachers and students for their important achievements." he spoke.

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