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More than 20 million rubles spent on training retirees in the Amur region

More than 20 million rubles spent on training retirees in the Amur region
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In 2019, more than 600 residents of the Amur Region of pre-retirement age mastered new professions by attending continuing education courses and training courses.

The training was organized as part of the national project "Demography". More than 21 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget for organizing courses, and more than one million rubles were allocated from the regional treasury.

Prepenisoners were trained in 48 directions: a computer operator, a security guard, a driver, a cook, a pastry chef, a nurse, a driver, a hairdresser. Those who wish also had a course on the basics of entrepreneurship. The training started in September, 87% of students were employed in the acquired specialties.

Free classes for pre-pensioners took place at 58 educational organizations in the region, including Amur State University, Medical College, Service and Trade College. 67 people also went distance learning in educational institutions of Perm, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Krasnoyarsk.

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