MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
During the academic year, the convicts – future masters acquired professional skills in the professions in demand. In vocational school No. 199, located on the territory of KP-6 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Republic of Adygea, 125 students were trained in the professions “Cook”, “Auxiliary worker”, “Seamstress”.
In IK-1 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Republic of Adygea, where vocational school No. 200 operates, 345 students received a new profession under the professional training programs “Joiner”, “Locksmith for car repair”, “Electrician for repair of electrical equipment”, “Kamenshik”, “Electric welder of manual welding”, “Turner”, “Seamstress”, as well as 54 students under the programs of secondary vocational education in the professions: “Welder” and “Boiler operator”.
In the branch of the school located in IK-2, 154 students received a new profession under the professional training programs for the professions: “Joiner-construction”, “Locksmith for car repair”, “Locksmith-repairman”, “Electric welder of manual welding”, “Cook”.
The defense of final practical work was agreed in advance with the correctional institutions, where future specialists would be employed. To conduct the exam, the administration of the institutions for convicts prepared a material and technical base, including workplaces equipped with equipment, electric and hand tools and consumables.
The state examination and certification commissions included employees of correctional institutions in charge of the production activities of the units.
Graduates who passed the examinations received state diplomas of secondary vocational education and certificates of qualification.
“Getting a new specialty while serving a sentence gives convicts the opportunity not only to find a job in the colony, but also increases the chances of finding a job upon release and earning a living in an honest way,” the employees note.
Press service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Republic of Adygea
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