ATSO AND COMMODITY EXCHANGE INDUSTRIAL VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DESCRIPTION

Added Date : 18-04-2019

Turkey Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of special programs that have been launched in recent months by the Ministry of National Education Association and the Project Implementing educational institutions in the scope of Aksaray Industrial Vocational High School was taken.

In this context, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry Cuneyt Goktas, Parliament Speaker Fatih Tekin, Aksaray Commodity Exchange Board Chairman Hamit Ozkok, Parliament Speaker Nurettin Yapcan came together and made a joint statement about the issue.

In the joint written press statement signed by the ATSO and Commodity Exchanges; "With our Ministry of Education Turkey Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of our Association as the one implemented in cooperation with the Special Program and has been included in our Industrial Vocational High School in our province, the project implements educational institutions, has been signed our protocol with our National Education Directorate.

Within the scope of the protocol, 1 School Principal, 1 Deputy Director, 4 Religious Culture and Moral Knowledge, 1 Philosophy, 2 English, 1 Construction. Machine and Mold, 1 Motorized Vehicles Single, 4 Guidance and 1 Installation Technical and Air Conditioning teacher will be appointed.

Our Chamber of Commerce and Industry and our Commodity Exchange are working in cooperation with our Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the students who are getting the trainings of our city in the field of vocational education in order to gain higher quality, technical education and skills.

Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which fulfills its duty in the best way in the education point of our city so far, will always be the supporter of such projects implemented at the training point. This project put into practice is our belief that Aksaray's industry will be a major contributor to the problem of Qualified staff, which is the biggest deficiency. Bu