Vocational Education & Training for Syrian Refugees and Turkish People
Education and language continue to be the most crucial integration challenge for Syrian people because it is the only way for children to adapt society quickly and for adults improve their skills and being legally employed.In this scope there is a project in Izmır which is aiming to give sewing machine operator training to the Syrian participant.Meanwhile there will also be a Turkish language course for them to adapt easier.
The target group of the project are the refugees from Syria holding a temporary protection status and Turkish citizens residing in Izmir both without access to the labor market.This is also important for Syrian people being together with Turkish citizens to be socialized.
Programın avantajları ve sağladığı olanakları / Advantages and Opportunities of the Program
– 232 saat erkek gömlek dikim eğitimi
=232 hours sewing training of Men’s Shirt
– 136 saat A1 seviye Türkçe kursu,
=136 hours language cours of Turkish at A1 level
– Sosyal etkinlikler
– Kurs süresince günlük cep harçlığı,
=Daily pocket-money during program
– Kursu başarı ile bitiren ve çalışmaya devam etmek isteyen katılımcılarımıza en az %50 istihdam desteği
=Participants who complete the course successfully and wish to continue to work will be given at least 50% employment support.
– Kursiyer çocuklarına yönelik çocuk oyun odası desteği projemizin kursiyerlerine sağladığımız fırsat ve olanaklardır.
=Children’s playroom will be provided for attendees’s children.
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