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About 400 people will be trained by the vocational training center in the Amur region

About 400 people will be trained by the vocational training center in the Amur region
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The Center for Advanced Training, opened on the basis of the Amur State University, has begun accepting applications for training. This year, more than one thousand schoolchildren will be able to take part in career guidance events, over 300 people will receive their first profession, and at least 100 residents older than 50 will be able to undergo retraining.

The center studies the industry needs of employers for personnel, vocational guidance and creates a base of human resources and educational institutions. New sites were created there in the field of IT-technologies, services, robotics, entrepreneurship, art and design.

The center was opened in November last year to implement major projects in the region. Qualified personnel will be needed by the cosmodrome, gas processing, oil extraction and methanol plants. Amur also needs specialists to introduce innovative technologies into production and eliminate personnel shortages.

The Amur Center for Advanced Training has been created as part of the national Education project. In 2019, 54 million rubles were allocated for his equipment from the federal budget. In total, almost 70 million rubles were spent on the creation of the Center.

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