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Resource Center “Mosvolonter” Until the end of May, it will conduct training sessions, courses and briefings for aspiring and existing city assistants. More than 1.5 thousand residents of the capital will be able to undergo training. This was reported by Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

“Over the 10 years of operation of the resource center, more than 86 thousand Muscovites have completed training in its programs. The specialists helped them acquire the skills necessary for volunteering and develop management and coaching competencies,” said Natalya Sergunina.

Enrollment for spring classes is now open; pre-registration is required to participate. on the Mosvolonter website.

On April 13 and May 11, aspiring assistants are welcome to attend “Get Involved” trainings. Students over 14 years of age will receive basic knowledge about volunteering. They will be told about the history of the movement, its directions, basic principles, rights and responsibilities of participants.

An online version of the program is planned to be published in the fall. on the educational platform project.

The “Manage” course is aimed at team leaders and managers. It will be open to teenagers over 16 years of age and adults. They will learn how to effectively coordinate a volunteer group, learn digital etiquette, and learn how to conduct their own briefings. The first training will take place on April 13.

In addition, by the end of spring, specialists will organize more than 30 classes for those who will help with city, federal and international events. In particular, briefings will be held for volunteers of the International Exhibition and Forum “Russia” and events in honor of Victory Day. In total, about 60 such meetings will be held by the end of the year.

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