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About 200 million rubles of grant support will receive colleges of the Far East in 2019

Nine colleges from six subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District will receive grant support in the amount of 189.2 million rubles according to the results of the competition of the Ministry of Education of Russia in the framework of the national project "Education". Subsidies will be directed to the creation of workshops equipped in accordance with international standards for the training of highly qualified personnel according to the standards of the Young Professionals (Worldskills Russia) Union. According to the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East, the size of the subsidy that the winners of the competition will receive - the professional educational organizations of the Far East in 2019, is 4 times more than that received by Far Eastern colleges in 2018.

Sergey Khovrat, Director General of the Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East, commented: “Re-equipment of colleges, modernization and creation of new laboratories is a necessary condition for training qualified and in-demand specialists to ensure the development of the economy of the Far East. The selection of winners took into account the need of local companies for personnel in the relevant specialties. For example, Vladivostok Shipbuilding College received a grant for the creation of laboratories for such competencies as network and system administration, web design and development, development of multimedia and mobile applications, IT solutions for businesses. College graduates will be able to apply their knowledge and skills at such enterprises as, for example, SSK "Zvezda", CJSC "Computer Networks", AO VP "Era" and other enterprises of the Vladivostok agglomeration. The competition within the framework of the national project “Education” is an opportunity for ACTs to get new equipment, for young people to get in the near future a competitive specialty, high-paying stable work and confidence in the future in their home region. ”

According to the results of the competition, the colleges of the Trans-Baikal Territory (the Mogoytuysky Agrarian-Industrial Technical School and the Krasnokamensky Industrial-Technical Technical School) in the amount of 61.52 million rubles received the greatest support. The Primorsky Territory ranks second: the Vladivostok Shipbuilding College and the Nakhodka State Humanitarian Polytechnic College became winners, receiving a grant of 51.9 million rubles. A total of 36.01 million rubles was received by SPO of the Khabarovsk Territory - the Khabarovsk Technical School of Technosphere Safety and Industrial Technologies and the Khabarovsk Technological College. A subsidy of 35.7 million rubles will be directed to the creation of new laboratories in the Baikal College of Subsoil Use in the Republic of Buryatia. 7.46 million rubles received Amur College of Service and Trade in the Amur Region and 6,

Dmitry Glushko, Deputy General Director of the Young Professionals (Worldwide Russia) Union, noted the importance of such support measures for the secondary vocational education system: “The largest funding was received by the Far Eastern regions for creating laboratories in the field of information and communication technologies. In this area, winning colleges have no experience with a demonstration exam. This suggests that in the federal district priority attention is being paid to equipping educational organizations in areas for which there is currently no base. ”

In general, Dmitry Glushko noted the active participation of the regions of the Far East in the movement “Young professionals”. Two regions - the Khabarovsk Territory and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) - were among the first to begin conducting an experiment on a demonstration exam in 2017, which positively affects their results now that this procedure has become mandatory for the ACT system. In 2018, five regions of the Far East held a demonstration exam: the Khabarovsk Territory, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Sakhalin Region, the Republic of Buryatia, and the Trans-Baikal Territory. In 2019, it is planned to hold in nine regions of the FEFD, except for the Jewish Autonomous Region and the Chukotka Autonomous Region. 

Recall that the Ministry of Education of Russia organized the competitive selection for the provision of grants from the federal budget in 2019 in the form of subsidies to legal entities as part of the event “State support for professional educational organizations in order to ensure that their material and technical base meets the modern requirements” of the federal project Young Professionals (Increasing the competitiveness of vocational education) ”of the national project“ Education ”of the state ogrammy Russian Federation "Development of Education". The grant price is formed within each lot, taking into account the average cost of equipment needed to equip 5 workshops created within one lot for five competencies. The competition included 8 lots: art, design and services; building; information and communication technologies; transport service and logistics; industrial and engineering technologies; industrial and engineering technologies; Agriculture; social sphere.

Information provided by the press service of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East

 

 

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