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In Primorye, people with disabilities will be able to get free vocational education
136 unemployed residents of Primorye with disabilities received vocational training in specialties in demand in the labor market. For each of them, a course of study was chosen taking into account the recommendations of an individual rehabilitation program.
According to the Department of Labor and Social Development of the Primorsky Territory, 22 educational institutions of the region are invited to vocational training of citizens with limited working capacity.
Among the specialties that are popular with applicants are an accountant, a car driver, a personnel manager, a hairdresser, a storekeeper, a loader driver, a plaster-painter, a salesman, a head of small and medium business, an excavator driver, a boiler plant operator, a boiler room operator.
After completing training, employment service specialists help to find a job. For example, the employment center of the Chernihiv region sent several people for training in the specialty "boiler operator (fireman)". After completing the courses, The centers employed them at the enterprises of the housing and utilities complex.
Promotion of employment for citizens with disabilities, increasing their competitiveness and labor adaptation is the most important area of work of the employment service. Since the beginning of the year, more than 1,3 thousand able-bodied disabled people have turned here in search of a suitable job, for career guidance and psychological support. Experts conduct testing in order to identify professional preferences, organize consultations on "Technologies for Building a Career".
277 people received social adaptation services in the labor market and psychological support. Such meetings are held individually or in group form.
“Our task is to reorient the person from the problem to the search for solutions and resources, to develop his skills in independent job search,” explain the department’s specialists and invite citizens with disabilities who want to find work in employment centers where they live.