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The Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East and the Amur Region have begun the implementation of the Road Map

The Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East and the executive authorities of the Amur Region have begun the implementation of activities within the framework of the roadmap for cooperation in the field of human capital development for 2016.

The Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East and the Amur Region have begun the implementation of the Road Map
To date, the Agency has concluded 12 agreements with residents of the TOP "Priamurskaya", TOR "Belogorsk", large employers and investors of the Amur region, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said.

The main request of employers concerns the attraction of qualified specialists and retraining of personnel. The agency in its work is guided by the principle of priority in employment for new places of local residents. The Agency has started monitoring and analyzing the labor market in the Amur Region in order to prepare a strategy for staffing the Amur Region before 2021, the development of which is provided for in the road map.

The joint action plan of the Agency and the executive authorities of the entity is part of the Strategic Partnership Agreement, which was previously signed by the Governor of the Amur Region, Alexander Kozlov, and the Director General of the AHWCC of Far East, Valentin Timakov. The document contains tasks for the main activities of the Agency, and also sets the expected target indicators for the implementation of these tasks.

The "road map" includes such activities as the creation of a common service center for residents of advanced development territories and investors in the region, and the development of a plan to improve the quality of the employment system. In the field of personnel training, in particular, an analysis is provided for the training of graduates to ensure that they meet the quality of their training requirements of employers, the creation of a regional vocational guidance system, taking into account the plans for economic and social development.

Separately, measures are provided to address the issues of housing needs for the staff of TOR residents and investors: after determining such a need, the Agency will develop mechanisms for solving housing issues.