📩 28/12/2021 11:08
Aegean Young Businessmen Association (EGİAD) and Izmir Concept Vocational School signed a cooperation protocol.
EGİAD Chairman of the Board of Directors Alp Avni Yelkenbiçer and Concept Vocational School Director Prof. With the cooperation protocol signed by Derman Küçükaltan, cooperation in the fields of education, internship and employment in various branches has been put into use.
EGİAD Alp Avni Yelkenbiçer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, contributed to the development of the content of the education programs of İzmir Concept Vocational School and to create internship opportunities. EGİADIndicating that . Cooperation between NGOs and universities creates advantages in activating the university's knowledge and technological opportunities, developing innovative and commercializable product processes, contributing to the technological development of the country, and enabling the business world to have good employment in terms of know-how and experience. In the globalizing world, vocational and technical education schools with a quality and dynamic structure constitute the most important starting point. It would not be wrong to say that Turkey's future is, in a sense, indexed to vocational education. It is not possible to talk about the development of our country unless we train technical personnel who have a profession, create a workforce and increase our quality of life with what they produce. This is why vocational high schools and vocational higher schools are very important for us. But unfortunately, they have not been taken care of enough so far. Therefore, unfortunately, the desired acceleration in productivity and employment could not be achieved. The day when being a good technician as well as a good engineer becomes as important as a good engineer, we will have achieved the breakthrough as a country.”
Concept Vocational School Director Prof. Derman Küçükaltan is EGİAD He stated that they are very pleased on behalf of their students to sign a cooperation protocol with Küçükaltan stated that the industry's need for qualified intermediate staff is known and they are working with an education target to address this gap. EGİADReceiving the contribution of EGİAD It is very important and valuable to be able to create internship and employment opportunities in member institutions. We are happy to provide this,” he said.