This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.

Local authorities are concerned about the problem of training personnel for the diamond-mining industry in Yakutia

Yesterday Andrey Panov, Minister of Industry, and Dmitry Glushko, Minister of Vocational Education, visited the EPL Diamond cutting plant and the Yakutsk Industrial College.

The purpose of the visit was to resolve the issues of providing qualified personnel to industrial enterprises in the region.

According to the representative of the plant, one of the main problems is the lack of qualified personnel. Today, the company employs about 70 people, their average age is 25-27 years. The cutter's salary at the enterprise is limited to 45 thousand rubles.

The problems of the educational institution are the obsolete material and technical base and do not interact enough with production. The children have to be retrained in the production, since the technical school does not provide training on new technologies, there are no modern machine tools with computer control and there is no necessary software.

The result of the working trip was the decision to hold a joint meeting of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Industry of Yakutia on the training of personnel for the diamond-border industry and other industries.

"When formulating industrial policy, the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Industry of the Republic should work closely together to ensure that local personnel are consolidated in enterprises and work as efficiently as possible", - underlined Andrey Panov.

September 29: current information on coronavirus in the Far East
Digest of regional events and latest statistics