Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank stated that the Skilled Employment Center will be put into practice in Yalova and said, “We want to train approximately 3 people within the scope of this project and ensure that most of them are employed in the organized industrial zone.” said.
Varank, who came to Yalova Governor's Office, was welcomed by Governor Muammer Erol.
At the ceremony held at the Governor's Office with the participation of Varank, East Marmara Development Agency (MARKA) Secretary General Mustafa Copoğlu and Yalova Machine Specialized Organized Industrial Zone President Direnç Özdemir signed for the "Yalova Qualified Employment Center Project".
In his speech at the ceremony, Minister Varank stated that they have developed projects for the needs of the cities with development agencies.
Stating that they implemented the projects with local stakeholders, Varank continued as follows:
“As a ministry, we will contribute to the project with a support of approximately 13 million liras. We will train qualified human resources, especially our citizens to be employed in the Machinery Specialization Organized Industrial Zone, and provide trainings that will enable our citizens to have a profession. We want to train approximately 3 people within the scope of this project and ensure that most of them are employed in the organized industrial zone. With this signature, we will also implement the continuing education center. In the continuing education center, 'how can we train our citizens who have not received any formal education in their careers and who do not have vocational training experience in their careers in the continuing education centers, and 'how can we include them in the employment sector?' We will also have implemented a project like this.”
Minister Varank noted that Yalova came to the fore as a very serious production base for the Marmara Region with the opening of the Osmangazi Bridge.
Stating that the Machinery Specialization Organized Industrial Zone is one of the shining stars of Yalova, Varank said, “Many of our companies have already made their allocations from here. As soon as possible, the groundbreaking and the construction of the factories will begin. With this vocational training center project, we will provide the personnel that our companies in the Machinery Specialization Organized Industrial Zone will need.” said.