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Source: Ministry of Economic Development (Russia) – An important disclaimer is located at the bottom of this article.

A series of webinars by the Skills and Professions Development Agency will start on February 15, where they will tell how participants in the national project “Labor Productivity” can create a corporate center for advanced training (ACTC).

Started earlier competitive selection for the creation of a CCOP. For the winning companies, Agency experts will develop corporate occupational standards, conduct an audit of workplaces, and create a program for training and advanced training of employees. The competencies will be transferred to the enterprise’s working group, which will be able to carry out this work independently in any personnel areas.

A total of five webinars, each lasting 1.5 hours, will be held between February 15 and March 12. Experts will talk about the goals and advantages of creating a CCOP, the procedure and stages of competitive selection and other measures to support the Agency for the Development of Skills and Professions. Enterprises that created the CCOP in the period 2021-2023 will share their experience in implementing the project and answer questions of interest.

Briefings will be held at 10.00 Moscow time on February 15, 20, 27, as well as March 5 and 12. To receive a link to connect to the briefings, you must submit an application for website . The connection link will be sent to the email specified during registration.

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