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A network of centers of technological and production competencies will be created on the basis of universities and research organizations.
Within the framework of Petersburg International Economic ForumMayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin, Director General of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) Svetlana Chupsheva and Chairman of the State Development Corporation of Russia “VEB.RF” Igor Shuvalov signed an Agreement on cooperation and interaction in support of the project “Moscow Technical School”.
On the basis of universities and research organizations, a network of technological and production competence centers (CTPK) will be created, equipped with modern engineering and technological infrastructure, for advanced training and retraining of personnel for the needs of the Moscow industry.
Thanks to this project, Moscow will receive trained engineering personnel. An employee trained in the program is expected to increase more than 20 percent in productivity.
The interaction of industrial enterprises with the “Moscow Technical School” will take place according to a certain algorithm. Through the digital platform, the enterprise sends an application for training, retraining or advanced training of personnel. Then the application is processed by technical specialists, an educational partner is selected. After that, together with the customer enterprise and the educational organization, the existing educational program is developed or adjusted upon request.
The project partners will be able to apply for subsidies from the city budget for the retraining of personnel, in accordance with the decree of the Moscow Government dated September 17, 2013 No. 618-PP. The maximum amount of compensation will be 120 thousand rubles for training one employee.
Within the framework of the project, it is planned to develop several areas – separate centers of technological and production competencies in end-to-end technologies. According to the agreement between the Moscow Government, ASI and VEB.RF, communication technologies will become the first direction.
The implementation of the Moscow Technical School project will help solve the problem of a shortage of qualified personnel for the Moscow industry, including for high-tech industries in such areas as artificial intelligence, robotics and sensorics, additive technologies, digital twins, unmanned vehicles and others.
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