Every month, 1 million citizens benefit from the courses in the public education centers, which continue their activities within the scope of lifelong learning of the Ministry of National Education. Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer announced three new targets for 3 public education centers in 500 provinces with 81 courses.
Minister Özer stated that public education courses will be updated together with experts and academics in their fields and will be revised in an employment-centered manner, taking into account market demands. Özer also said that all courses will be transferred to digital environment via “HEMBA” (Public Education Centers Informatics Network) and will be opened to all our citizens in Europe, primarily in the Balkans.
Three new goals for lifelong learning
Expressing that he wanted to share three new goals with the public, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer said, “There are over 3 courses in the General Directorate of Lifelong Learning. Our primary goal is to update all of these courses by the end of 500. We will update it to prioritize employment, especially taking into account the demands of academics, experts and the labor market.” shared his knowledge.
Courses are digitized
Özer explained other goals as follows: “Our second goal is to transfer all courses to the digital platform. With the 'Public Education Centers Informatics Network', abbreviated as 'HEMBA', we will bring together all educational content on the digital platform until the end of 2022. The third goal is that we are now reaching an international dimension in public education. In other words, we will open all our courses that we have transferred to the digital platform with HEMBA for the use and certification of all our citizens in continental Europe, especially the Balkans. Therefore, as of January 1, 2023, we will have put into service a very important instrument related to the personal development of not only our citizens in Turkey, but also our citizens in continental Europe.”
Günceleme: 06/12/2022 11:03