İKMİB (Istanbul Chemicals and Chemical Products Exporters' Association), aiming to increase the workforce quality of the chemical industry, gave the start of the Chemical Movetech Project, which was prepared within the scope of the Lifelong Learning Program of the European Union. The project, whose infrastructure works are still ongoing, is expected to be completed within 2 years. İKMİB, which continues its efforts to ensure that the workforce employed in the chemical industry receives a qualified education, opened the "Chemical Movetech" project with a budget of 259 thousand 270 Euros, which it coordinates. The project partners organizations from Poland, Lithuania and Spain and representatives of PAGEV (Turkish Plastics Industrialists Research Development and Education Foundation) from Turkey attended the meeting. Within the scope of the project, e-learning modules, especially mobile applications, will be developed and users will be able to easily access the latest developments and information in chemistry wherever and whenever they want. Thanks to the project, anyone who works or wants to work in the chemical industry will be able to increase their vocational training and skills by using mobile technologies.
Murat Akyüz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of İKMİB (Istanbul Chemicals and Chemical Products Exporters' Association), said, “It is very important to implement new projects aimed at raising the qualified workforce that the industry needs in order for Turkey to be one of the top 2023 economies in 10. The Chemical Movetech Project also excites us at this point. The world is changing rapidly and it is possible to adapt to this change much faster by using the possibilities of technology. Thanks to our digital education platform, it will now be much easier to access up-to-date information. The project will also make a great contribution to those who are preparing for the vocational qualification exams.” said.
Source : finance.milliyet