The first 15 students-participants in Professionalitet Project signed agreements on targeted training with the employer
On June 1, Children’s Day, 9 first-year students and 6 second-year students studying at Kamchatka Polytechnical Vocational School under the programs of Professionalitet  Federal Project signed agreements guaranteeing them employment in GORA mining company (JSC Bystrinskaya Mining Company), the operator of Kumroch, one of the largest gold deposits in the Kamchatka.
Alexandra Lebedeva
Deputy Chairman of Kamchatka Krai Government
Targeted training agreements also provide for the payment of personal scolarships by the future employer. Their amount is regulated by a special rating system of students' performance assessed once per academic semester. Students will be awarded points for their performance in studies, sports and social life. The high rating score presumes additional scholarship of 15 thousand RUR per month, the average rating score — 10 thousand RUR per month.
In Kamchatka, starting from 2022, Bystrinskaya Mining Company has become a basic industrial partner of Professionalitet project aimed at training modern high-skilled personnel in working specialties.
The company allocated 100 million RUR to co-finance Professionalitet  in 2022-2024, additional 100 million RUR were received from the federal budget and 30 million RUR from Kamchatka Krai budget. The money was used to purchase modern training equipment, as well as to repair and re-equip classrooms and workshops.
In the next few years, following the request of GORA Kumroch (Bystrinskaya Mining Company JSC), Kamchatka Polytechnical Vocational School plans to train at least 200 skilled workers and mid-level specialists in frames of the Professionalitet Project.

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