The decision to establish Bayındır Vocational Training School was taken on 7th of April 1997 by the General Council of Higher Education and the education was given a start with the 1997 - 1998 academic year. The school was relocated for the 2000 - 2001 academic terms and onwards on a 42000 m2 land with 1420 m2 covered space donated by Municipality of Bayındır to Ege University.
A protocol was signed in 2007 between Ege University and the local philanthropist Sadık SUSAMCIOĞLU enabling him donating an additional training facility to the school premises. The facility was completed in 2009, increasing the closed spaces of the school to 2849 m2.
The structure of Bayındır Vocational Training School was shaped by considering both the opportunities that the region could offer to education and training and also by the employment requirements of local enterprises. The evaluation process lead to five formal education programmes within the roof of Bayındır Vocational Training School.
Bayındır Vocational Training School facilitates subjects both theoretical and applicable within its own premises. Its location acts as a natural research field. Vocational excursions are taken to relevant enterprises and fairs allowing the students observe contemporary production processes. As contributing to the regional development is within the school’s strategical aim, landscape projects are carried out for local institutions and enterprises allowing students to gain applicable skills on relevant subjects.
The fundamental aim of Bayındır Vocational Training School is raising its students adaptable to the changing circumstances of vocational skills, aware of necessary technical knowledge, capable of team work and productive on its field.
The mission of Bayındır Vocational Training School is raising technicians capable of exhibiting analytical thinking; being modern, innovative; demonstrating contemporary and comprehensive approach on technological advances; therefore increasing the region’s and the country’s development on landscape, agriculture, fashion and textile industries.
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Assistant Professor: 3
Training facilities within the premises:
1 plant propagation laboratory,
1 fashion design studio,
2 clothing workshop,
2 computer laboratories,
3 drawing studios,