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New centers of advanced vocational training will appear in Transbaikalia

New centers of advanced vocational training will appear in Transbaikalia
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The Trans-Baikal Territory was among the winners of the competitive selection of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, along with two other subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District - the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Republic of Buryatia. In 2020 -2022 years. he will be allocated a subsidy for the establishment of centers for advanced training (TsOPP). Funds will be allocated as part of the national Education project.

“The new Far Eastern TsOPPs will become integrating platforms and operators of regional resources for sharing with other colleges modern equipment for training, retraining and advanced training of citizens in the most popular professions,” said Alexander Logunov, Deputy General Director of ARCHK DV. On the basis of these institutions, programs will be implemented to improve the skills of teachers and masters of vocational training of professional educational organizations, career guidance for students and their first professional education. Also at the Center will be presented courses on accelerated learning.

Ранее сообщалосьthat in Transbaikalia completed training courses for teachers who will work in the new centers of digital and humanitarian profiles "Growth Point". At the beginning of the current academic year, 267 teachers will be taught at 45 educational institutions equipped with advanced high-tech equipment.