The school to meet the technical staff needed for the production of the domestic automobile TOGG has been determined. Automotive Industry Exporters Union Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School acted upon the announcement that the domestic car will be produced in Bursa and received its official approval to educate its students in this field.
Turkey was first introduced to the world of local and national car. The Automotive Industry Exporters Union, which provides training in Bursa, where the factory will be opened in order to train the technical staff needed in this project, which will be carried out with a local and national production, in order to train the qualified workforce that will take part in the production of the automobile, which will be fully electric while preparations for the factory are underway in Bursa. “Electric Vehicles Branch” will be opened for the first time in the Field of Motor Vehicles Technology at Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School. In the short term, the curriculum will be created, teacher trainings will be carried out and students will be admitted to this field within the scope of the Transition to High Schools (LGS) in the next academic year.
Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School Board of Automotive Industry Exporters Association in Bursa started to work to provide the technical staff needed after announcing that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to establish the factory of the domestic automobile TOGG in Bursa.
School management and students welcomed the acceptance of their applications by the Ministry of National Education and a branch called 'Electric Vehicle Production' is planned to be opened under the roof of Motor Vehicles in the 2020-2021 academic year. Students who want to enroll in the Automotive Industry Exporters Union Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School and work in domestic automobile production and become one of the technical staff will have an examination. Students who succeed in the exam will also be eligible to study in related departments.
Metin Sezer, Director of the Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School of Automotive Industry Exporters Association, stated that there are six different professions in their schools and continued as follows: “We serve 75 students with 950 teachers. Although all of his professions are in the main center, which is established on automotive production, it is composed of machine technology, metal technology, electrical electronics, industrial automation, and IT fields that support it. ”