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

The competition for the creation of corporate advanced training centers (ATCs) in 2024 has ended. CCOP helps reduce the adaptation period for new employees, increase the efficiency of employee training, and reduce non-productive losses in the workplace.

The selection was carried out by the Agency for the Development of Skills and Professions together with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia as part of the national project “Labor Productivity”, which is supervised by First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov. The competition ran from January 10 to April 2. During this time, over 155 applications were submitted from 52 regions of the country. Experts assessed the relevance of the personnel problems posed by enterprises and the level of team involvement in solving them.

The final list of winners of the competitive selection included 51 enterprises from 28 regions of Russia. Starting next week, experts from the Skills and Professions Development Agency will begin working with teams. Within six months, they will formulate corporate standards of professions, conduct an audit of workplaces, and create a training and advanced training program. In total, 111 corporate advanced training centers will be created by the end of the year.

Most of the winners of the competitive selection are from the Krasnodar Territory (8 enterprises), the Perm Territory (5 enterprises), the Chelyabinsk Region (4 enterprises), the Moscow Region (3 enterprises), the Leningrad, Voronezh, Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Kemerovo regions, the Republic of Tatarstan and Moscow ( 2 enterprises each).

The results of the organization of the CCOP on the basis of enterprises will be summed up at the annual Cup on Rationalization and Productivity.

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