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Staffing need for investment projects in the Zabaikalsky Krai was discussed at the on-site session of the WEF in Chita

In the framework of the on-site session of the EEF-2019 in Chita, a discussion was held on the topic “Looking for personnel for investment projects in Transbaikalia” with the participation of the heads of the ministries of the social unit of the Trans-Baikal Territory, the Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East, rectors and vice-rectors of universities, college directors and business leaders region. During the discussion, the target indicators for training personnel for key enterprises and investment projects of the Trans-Baikal Territory were presented.

“New development prospects that have opened up before Transbaikalia after joining the Far East require updating the structure of personnel training. The ARFC of DV has concluded agreements with key enterprises and is working with educational institutions of Transbaikalia with the aim of building a balance of personnel training with a focus on the prospective need of enterprises in the region, ”said Sergey Hovrat, Director General of ARCC of DV “By 2025, in the Trans-Baikal Territory, the staffing need of our partners will be about 5 thousand employees. To meet the demand, the issue of opening new specialties and adjusting the benchmarks for admission to educational institutions will be considered. ”

In addition, during the session, a network scheme of interaction between higher education institutions was presented. “In order to expand the competencies of young specialists, it is proposed to use the opportunities of supplementing training programs with partner training courses. We are ready to conduct special courses for university students in the Trans-Baikal Territory and offer to enter into relevant partnership agreements with them, ”added Vadim Petrov, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of the National Research Technological University“ MISiS ”. “This will improve the quality of training and, as a result, close the employer's need for qualified personnel. We are planning to implement the first such project together with Trans-Baikal State University. ”

Representatives of employing companies participating in the event noted the importance of building an effective interaction between the employer and educational institutions. “Of course, we are interested in different mechanisms of work with the education system. For example, in targeted training directly for our manufacturing enterprises. After all, it is an opportunity to prepare a specialist who meets our requirements, who through internships and practices will increase their professional level and compensate for their lack of experience, ”commented Tatiana Lukacic, HR Director, Bystrinskoe GRK LLC

We remind that the Agency is working to provide qualified personnel for about 20 of the largest employers and investment projects in the Trans-Baikal Territory, including such major employers as the Bystrinskoe State-owned Complex, the Baikal Mining Company, the Priargunsky Production Mining and Chemical Association, Baikalrud, etc. In particular The Baikal Mining Company announced a personnel need of about 2,500, and the Bystrinskoe GRK, about 1,000 employees. 

The Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East was established in 2015 to provide qualified personnel for resident companies in priority development areas, the Free Port of Vladivostok, as well as investment projects in the Far East. In September 2016, the Agency received additional support functions for the Far Eastern Hectare program. 281 employers use the services of the Agency free of charge. For 3 years more than 15 thousand people have been employed at the enterprises of the residents of TOR and SPV. In the Trans-Baikal Territory, the Agency concluded agreements with 13 employers, preparing to sign 5 more documents.

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

 

 

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