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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) Turkey’s public employment institution was established in 1946. Becuse of Turkey’s candidacy to European Union and due to new tasks assigned to the institution by the Law on Unemployment Insurance, there arised an urgent need to reorganize and modernize public employment services. Organisation has been restructured by Law No. 4904 which was put into effect in July 2003.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE BODIES OF ISKUR General Assembly Administrative Board Provincial Boards General Directorate

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) General Asembly   It is in charge of supporting activities of maintaining, developing and extending employment and preventing unemployment and also responsible for making necessary proposals. Administrative Board   It is the highest administrative body, having utmost decision-making power, authority and responsibility. It has 6 members. They are General Director (President of the board), one each representative of Ministry and Treasury, and again one each representative determined by the greatest associations of employers, labourers and tradesmen. Provincial Employment Boards They are in charge of mobilizing local initiative directed to the regional development, and also responsible for determining employment and training measures peculiar to provinces. They consist of social partners’ and public institutions’ representatives.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) General Directorate It is composed of a headquarters and provincial offices. Headquarters: It consists of Department of Inspection Board, Department of Legal Consultancy and 7 principal service departments. Pprovincial Organisation: There are 81 provincial office directorates in provinces, and 23 branch office directorates in counties. Staf: The organisation has 3 080 cadres legally, but it has now 528 staff in headquartes and 1920 in provincial offices

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ISKUR  Supporting the activities for developing national employment policy, Compiling, analysing, interpreting and publishing labour market data, Analysing labour force requirements, Implementing active and passive labour market programmes, Mediating for finding jobs and employees, Permiting and inspecting private employment offices, Obtaining reliable and updated data and monitoring labour market regularly, Publishing the data based on the registration of the organization in the form of monthly bulletin and annual report

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MAIN INDICATORS Application : 564.388 Vacancy : 151.794 Placement : 85.882 Registered Unemployed : 1.061.853 Registered labour force : 1.140.632 TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) Main Indicators OVERVIEW OF TURKEY’S LABOUR MARKET

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ISKUR, with the aim of enhancing employment, of meeting the need of qualified labour force of the market, organize following activities in the framework of active labor programs: Employment Guaranteed Courses, Self-employment Training Courses, Vocational Courses for Disabled, Vocational Courses for Ex-convicts, Training Courses for unemployed witin the scope of Unemployment Insurance Temporary Community Programs Moreover there are many national and international projects covering additional training courses. TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) LABOR FORCE TRAINING ACTIVITIES

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANISATIONS IN THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES: 

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANISATIONS IN THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES Schools and educational institutions affiliated with the Ministry of National Education, Universities, Private educational institutions established with the permit of MoNE, Private business enterprises, Firms established with the aims of rehabilitation and training, associations, chambers, unions and funds which have the required equipment and other tecnical and finacial resources, Public institutions and bodies, organisations with budgets of revolving funds, banks and institutions founded by special laws. TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

DATA OF TRAINING COURSES AND PROJETS : 

DATA OF TRAINING COURSES AND PROJETS TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

JOB AND CAREER COUNSELLING: 

JOB AND CAREER COUNSELLING By matching the features of individuals and the prerequisites needed for enterprises, it is aimed that job-searchers, to be able to select profession most suitable to his/her wishes and abilities, to benefit from training services relating to these jobs, to adapt smoothly to jobs and to get help systematically in order to cope with the difficulties arising in the workplace TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING CENTER: 

VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING CENTER Vocational Counsel Center where there is information about vocations and educational institutions was established for guiding people who have to choose the right vocation consciously. The people who can benefit from the vocational counsel service are; -    The ones who are at the stage of choosing a vocation, -  The young people who will start to vocational education (primary and secondary school students), TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING CENTER (II): 

VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING CENTER (II) -   The people who will work the first time, -  The people who have been unemployed for long term and who takes unemployment insurance payments, -  The people who want to develop vocational skills, -  The youths and adults who want to change vocation. TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR)

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING AND GUIDANCE SERVICES ISKUR has 43 Vocational Counselling Centers (VCC) in 40 local offices and in 26 provinces 29 Job and Vocational Counselling Services(JVCS) are provided. In VCC and JVCS; Job and Vocational Counselling Services(JVCS) are delivered, Unemployed people are assisted by counselling and guidance services aimed at developing career plans and improving job-search skills of their own. Number of related Centers and Services are planned to be increased and be spread over nation-wide.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION SYSTEM Vocational Qualification Commission was established in 1992. In connection with “Employment Training Project” implemented through the coordination of İŞKUR, the infrastructure concerning professional examination and standardization has been elaborated with the participation of Ministry of Education and social partners. Law on Vocational Qualification Authority (VQA) was prepared with the participation of all stakeholders in 2005. The Law is acctepted the 12.09.2006 by Turkish Grand National Assembly. .

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) STATUS OF THE VQA An Institution which is; - Subject to private law provisions excluding the cases envisaged by the Law, Having administrative and financial autonomy (affiliated to the MoLSS), Having its special budget, Having public legal personality.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) MAIN DUTIES OF THE VQA AS DEFINED IN THE LAW To determine, including higher education, the principles of national qualifications of technical and vocational training based on professional standarts, To designate training and educational institutions with respect to professional qualifications and to indicate the organizations which will accredit their educational curriculum, To have applicants take the required exams and provide the successful ones with certificates, To approve certificates for those who wish to work abroad and to determine the equivalance of professional qualification certificates of foreigners who wish to work in Turkey.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) JOB ANALYSIS AND VOCATIONAL CLASSIFICATION STUDIES Occupations are defined in accordance with ISCO 88 System and are included in the Turkish Occupations Dictionary after coding process. Classification of Economic activities; EFASS(ISIC rev.3) is in use currently, On newly designed system; within the scope of national statistic programme NACE rev.1.1 will be effective.

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TURKISH EMPLOYMENT ORGANISATION (ISKUR) THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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