IETT Metrobus Driver Formed National Occupational Standard
IETT has come to the end of the study which has been started to evaluate and certify the competences of the drivers working on the BRT line of 750 thousand people per day and formed the kiş Metrobus Driver National Occupational Standard İ.
IETT General Directorate, which was authorized by the Vocational Qualifications Authority (MYK) to determine the national occupational standard of the BRT driver, recently completed the occupational standards of the BRT driver under the protocol signed on 29 August 2012. Minibus driver, School Service Truck Driver of Public Personnel Service Tool driver and to prepare Bus Driver of the standards of Turkey Tradesmen and Artisans Confederation (TESK) and the protocol signed IETT, this was also included in the drafting process of the four standards.
In determining the olduğun Metrobus Driver National Occupational Standard i, at the first stage, minimum norms were determined to determine the knowledge, skills, attitudes and attitudes required for the successful performance of the profession. In the second stage, it was revealed that these transportation systems should have the qualifications required of public transportation drivers. At a later stage, the drivers will be subjected to theoretical and practical training by organizations accredited to MYK. They will be documented at the end of the training. People who do not have a professional qualification certificate with this new standard will not be a public transport driver even if they have the appropriate class qualifications. In addition, the drivers who have qualification certificates will be checked by the controls to be carried out at certain intervals. With the realization of the system, the idea that every driver can become a public transport driver will be included in the history.
EVERY DETAIL IS DETAILED
Every detail of the drivers from the pre-preparations required by a chauffeur in the occupational standards before starting the vehicle, as well as all the activities during the driving and the maintenance and cleaning controls that must be done after the ride are detailed. The fact that a public transport driver does his / her job in accordance with occupational standards, above all, promises a healthier and safer travel experience. For example, a bus driver should move the vehicle before moving oil, indicator, etc. routine checks are made as a mandatory rule with the established standard.
IETT General Manager Hayri Baraçlı, one of the efforts to increase the qualified manpower working in the institution, act within the defined standards of the drivers of ör Metrobüs Driver National Occupational Standard hizmet, to eliminate the deficiencies, to prevent possible accidents, to increase the quality of service and to increase the quality of service. stated that he would provide an important added value towards increasing passenger satisfaction.
In order to provide qualified service to the service sector, first of all, it is necessary to have a competent and competent staff. Hayri Baraçlı said that IETT will not leave the “continuing education, change and development route through in-house training.