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Vocational Trainings of BUTGEM Extend Over Mongolia 

31.Temmuz.2017
 
Vocational trainings were provided for the young people who came from Mongolia within the framework of the project carried out jointly by Bursa Design and Technology Development Centre (BUTGEM) which carries out studies within the body of BTSO Education Foundation, Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA), and Bursa Education Centre of Directorate of Religious Affairs. 
 
Known globally with its projects, BUTGEM add a new training on its international trainings. BUTGEM, which has provided vocational trainings for the young people who come from many countries such as Syria, Kosovo, Bosnia Herzegovina, Germany, extend over Mongolia with its exemplariness education services. Electric-electronics and automotive electrics and 3DS Max-3D printer trainings were provided for 30 trainees who came from Mongolia to Bursa for 3 months with the project carried out by Bursa Design and Technology Development Centre (BUTGEM), Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA), and Bursa Education Centre of Directorate of Religious Affairs jointly. Certification ceremony were conducted in BUTGEM when they completed their vocational education programme successfully. Mr. Muammer Paşa, BUTGEM General Coordinator; Mr. Muhammed Coşkun, President of Bursa Education Centre of Directorate of Religious Affairs, instructors and trainees took part in certification ceremony.
 
“WE HAVE CARRIED OUT A PILOT PROJECT”
Mr. Muhammed Coşkun, President of Bursa Education Centre of Directorate of Religious Affairs who gave a speech in the ceremony, said that they felt appreciation while they carried out a pilot project. Mr. Coşkun who mentioned that 20 trainees came from Mongolia to Bursa underwent not only vocational but also religious education for nine months under the coordination of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) said “We welcome trainees from all regions of the world, mainly Turkic Republics. Within this framework, we also hosted our young people came from Mongolia for 6 months. We came together with BUTGEM while we would like to provide not only religious education but also vocational trainings for them and put signature to this pilot project. I would like to thank everyone who contributed.”
 
“WE PROVIDE TRAINEES FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD WITH VOCATIONAL TRAINING”
Mr. Muammer Paşa, BUTGEM General Coordinator said also that they aim to improve their works carried out in the field of vocational education day by day. Muammer Paşa “We provide trainees from all around the world with vocational training. We put the young people from Mongolia up in BUTGEM for the first time. We provided here 600-hour trainings in total between the dates of 17 April-20 July. We have the belief that young people who are professions will be more successful in their lives. I hope our young trainees will get the best of works when they return to their countries.” Muammer Paşa also added that such projects are extremely important in terms of dissemination of Turkish culture.
 
 
 
YOUNG PEOPLE LEFT THE COUNTRY HAPPILY
The young people who participated in the trainings for 9 months in Bursa stated that the project was very useful for them. Yertai Shamyelkhan who took training said “Turkish-Mongol Nations are like brothers. Turkey supports our country significantly and makes great investments in my country. When it was announced that this project would be carried out by Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA), I would like to attend it. I learned a lot about Turkish culture and religion. The trainings we took in BUTGEM were also very useful for us. When we go back to our country, we are planning to start a business with one of my friends together.”

19-Year-old Akyhtbyek Tungatar mentioned that only 5% of a population of 3 million is Muslim in Mongolia and he participated in the project because religious education was inadequate in his country. Tungatar said that 3DS Max-3D Printer training that he took in BUTGEM was extremely useful.