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I was born in a different part of Turkey than where I am now living. I studied midwifery in high school. It is miraculous as a student to witness the birth of a human being, and it led to my passion for this profession when I was still in high school.
After working in different regions for 10 years, I became a vocational trainer with the thought that I should be in the ‘kitchen’ of this job. Our students who graduated with a vocational education had the opportunity to work all over Turkey with the training we provided.
This profession, which has international validity, has benefited our students at the high school level. I am happy that our students have the opportunity to do internships abroad, for example in Germany.
In addition to learning a great deal about their chosen profession during their internships, they earn their own money, have social security, and gain experience and a sense of responsibility at a very early age compared to their peers.
This motivates them and contributes to their development. In conclusion, it is priceless for us to get young people's feedback and see them shine thanks to the decisions they’ve made with our help as vocational education trainers.
- Fatma Teke Karadağ
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