TEZMAKSAN Academy and Marmara University Vocational School of Technical Sciences went to power unity within the framework of the objective of the industrial sector to reach the information produced in universities and to bring the competencies of the universities to industry.
In the ceremony held on Wednesday, July 24 at Marmara University, joint studies, research and projects will be realized between the two institutions within the scope of the protocol signed by TEZMAKSAN Academy President Hakan Aydoğdu and Marmara University Technical Sciences Vocational School Mechanical and Metal Technologies Department Head Asst. Assoc. Dr. Prof. Ilknur Cavusoglu and Marmara University Technical Sciences Vocational School Director. Dr. Adnan Kakilli. It is aimed to share sector experience with education and learning oriented, solution partner and industry university cooperation for the development of the students of the Department of Mechanical and Metal Technologies of the Vocational School of Technical Sciences of Marmara University. The students will be trained in TEZMAKSAN Academy in groups of 12 for five days and learn the new technologies used in industry and the subtleties of CNC training within the scope of the protocol aiming to take concrete steps in industry-university cooperation. The first training will start between 2-6 September 2019 and will continue in certain periods.
“Our aim is very clear: To train qualified employee”
Hakan Aydoğdu said, “When we compare our country with developed countries, we see that our biggest problems are caused by lack of education and shortage of qualified intermediate personnel. At this point, we, as TEZMAKSAN Academy, are working to build a bridge between industry and education sector on behalf of the companies we cooperate with the training activities we organize. Our primary goal is to bring qualified and educated individuals to the industry and to contribute to the development of the industry by taking on encouraging and leading roles in the sector. Because we care about the education of the young people we will entrust our future and we are proud to create a road map for them”. Marmara University’s Technical Sciences Vocational School Department of Mechanical and Metal Technologies Department Assist. Assoc. Dr. Ilknur Cavusoglu, making a statement with regard to the signed protocol, said “Production forms are no longer like 50 years ago. If industrialists do not implement such protocols to develop themselves, their employees and future personnel, they will not be able to compete and disappear.