School starts next week
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Residents of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug can get a profession “Welder of manual arc welding with a consumable coated electrode” And “Electrician for repair and maintenance of electrical equipment”. Requirements for candidates: age from 18 years, basic general education. Training will begin on October 9.
The Employment Center also offers to acquire qualifications “Plumber”. Citizens over 18 years of age with secondary general education are invited. The start of training is October 16.
Get a specialty “Food seller” Can unemployed citizens with secondary general education. Training begins on October 9.
From October 23, you can undergo training in the specialty “Loader driver”requirements – tractor driver’s license categories B, C, D, E.
Remote learning of the profession began on October 5 “Secretary-administrator”. Requirements for candidates: education – general secondary.
“There are still places in the group; those interested can sign up for the training program,” the Central Education Center of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug clarified.
Let us remind youthat before vocational training it is necessary to undergo a medical examination in the direction of the Employment Center with subsequent reimbursement of costs. For citizens living in rural areas, the institution pays travel expenses to and from the place of study.
– Before starting, you must undergo a medical examination. If a person has not passed the examination, then we cannot allow him to study. But, in any case, we consider each candidate individually. On average, training lasts from a month to a month and a half, advanced training lasts from 72 hours, explained specialists from the Employment Center.
You can undergo remote training in the following specialties:
• “1c accounting. Version 8.3”. Classes will begin on October 9,
• “Contract system in the field of procurement of goods, works, services to meet state and municipal needs”. Training will begin on October 5. Requirements for candidates: secondary vocational or higher education.
For all questions, please call 8 (81853) 4-97-48 or at the address: Smidovicha Street, 9B, office No. 5.