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VOCATIONAL TRAINING SUPPORT FROM BUTGEM FOR BOSNIAN YOUTH

Bursa Design and Technology Development Centre carried on business within the scope of Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry, started to provide vocational training for the students who came from Bosnia-Herzegovina as part of the existing project carried out with the cooperation of United Nations Development Programme.

 

BUTGEM, which provides training for three thousand people each year by means of vocational training and development courses and contributes to qualified work force, continues its success on a global scale. BUTGEM, which is an exemplary institution according to “Human Development Report” prepared by the United Nations Development Programme in 2015, has provided vocational training on CNC for 15 students who came from Bosnia-Herzegovina to Bursa within the scope of project carried out with the cooperation of United Nations Development Programme. Students will be employed in the automotive and machinery sectors in their countries after they will complete their 480-Hour education programme and receive their certificates on the 2nd of January 2018.

“WE WELCOME STUDENTS FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD”

Mr. Fahretting Gülener; Member of the Board of Directors of BTSO evaluated the project and stated that BUTGEM has achieved the quality of an international project with the trainings being organized. Mr. Gülener reminded the fact that they have trained students who came from all around the world such as Kosovo, South Africa, Syria, Mongolia etc., and added that they also welcomed Bosnian youth in the scope of the project they have carried out jointly with United Nations Development Programme. “We will provide education for 15 students who are between 18-30 years old, we continue to carry out our projects with the cooperation of United Nations Development Programme. We started providing vocational training for our first student group who came from Bosnia. We will also have new vocational training programs in further phases of this project. We are also pleased to be involved in such a project for the development of the Balkans, which is especially important for us.”

EDUCATION PROVIDED BY BUTGEM IS A MUST FOR RECRUITMENT
The participant students in the vocational training program carried out by BUTGEM said that they are also pleased to be in Bursa. In addition to the unemployed young people participating in the program in order to get a job, there are also those who are currently working and participating in the trainings to improve their profession. One of these students, Mr. Mirza Lalic said that he came to Bursa in line with his company’s demand to participate in the training programme carried out by BUTGEM. Stating that he was very pleased to participate in the trainings and he has learned new things, Mr. Lalic said “I would like to contribute the development of my country by developing my profession and also I want to help the young people in my country. I would like to thank everyone who has given us this opportunity.”

Mr. Hasan Basic; another trainee said that BUTGEM's conditions are very good and that he has learned a lot yet despite being at the beginning of the programme. Stating that being employed is very difficult in Bosnia. “The firm I applied for the job required me to participate in BUTGEM trainings as a recruitment condition. Here I will learn my work best and start working in my country. Here I will learn my business ideally and start working in my country.”  

| 13.11.2017 |

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