Near East University Life Long Engineering Training Starts in September


Near East University Lifelong Learning Center and Faculty of Engineering will start to carry out the Certificate Program in Engineering in September.
Near East University Lifelong Learning Center (YABEM) and Faculty of Engineering will organize short-term training programs for engineers, future engineer candidates, technical intermediate staff and participants who wish to improve their knowledge and skills in various engineering fields in 2018-2019 academic year.

In the press statement released by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of the Near East University, it is stated that the trainings to be carried out by the Near East University subject specialist academicians and experts will include various engineering subjects. The multi program which will include Documentation Improvement, Reinforced Concrete Design, Use of Sudden Water Heaters, Lasers, Environmental Biotechnology, Eight-Bit Intel Microprocessors and Environmental Elements, Data Analysis with SSPS, Documentation and Interior Design, Interior Technique, Green Engineering and the Internal Resources of Our Earth will start in September and will be implemented on the Near East University campus. .

YABEM Director Assoc. Prof. Dr. Umut Koldaş: “With our programs, we aim to give participants a sense of a new lifelong learning approach”
Koldaş emphasized that life long learning and training in the developed countries of the world has become one of the most important bearers of both professional and individual development in the field of engineering as well as all other subjects. Dr. Umut Koldaş: “We design our lifelong education programs both for the professionals who are training in their subject specific field and for those who are interested in this field and who want to improve their knowledge in that field. Our lifelong education programs, which are aimed at contributing to the personal and professional development of the professionals and interested individuals who wish to improve themselves in the field of engineering, and are prepared to study in the light of scientific methods, are also designed by our specialists to develop the awareness, knowledge and skills of the participants in different engineering fields. We consider that these short-lived training and certification programs prepared by our precious faculty members, engineers and specialists of our Faculty of Engineering will provide very important contributions to the participants, both in terms of their professional lives as well as their personal savings. We invite the participants, who want to benefit from these programs, to choose the training that best suits their own development, priorities and goals and to develop their experience and skills in that area. ”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Koldaş: Our programs will increase awareness on the new developments in the field by offering new perspectives and skills to engineers and engineering candidates.
Underlining that the lifelong education programs that will be conducted in engineering fields will be very important in terms of professional development of engineering professionals and engineering candidates. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Koldaş; “In addition to programs aiming at general participation in engineering, there are also programs for engineers and engineering candidates who aim to further advance themselves in the professional sense. These programs, designed by the expert staff of the Faculty of Engineering of Near East University, will enable our participants to have a broader perspective on the events in their professional lives. Today, when social and technological changes take place very quickly, it is clear that there is a greater need for creative thinking and insight for engineers who have developed a systematic awareness of the latest developments. Our programs designed and developed with this awareness of need will play an important role in addressing this need by increasing the knowledge and skills of engineers and engineering candidates in the light of the latest developments in the field and enable them to gain professional awareness that will provide them with additional benefits in their professional lives.

More detailed information on the registration process and contents of the training programs for the Near East University Lifelong Learning Center short-term training programs can be obtained from the website www.neu.edu.tr, from the e-mail address yabem@neu.edu.tr, from the Near East Institute and Lifelong Education Centre. It can be accessed from the facebook pages and contacted from 223 64 64 (ext. 5532) and 0533 829 97 36.