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In Dnipro, 25 military personnel were successfully released on-line within the framework of a professional retraining and social adaptation of military personnel, veterans and members of their families
On July 8, 2020, the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine successfully graduated 25 students of the spring semester of the project "Norway-Ukraine" http://ifsa.kiev.ua/. Since 2017, the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine has been training and graduating students (already 133 people) in the specialty "Energy Management". The executors of the main part of the project are educational institutions of Ukraine and the Norwegian University NORD, which organize and carry out professional retraining of project participants in selected specialties in the amount of 500 academic hours. During social adaptation, project participants receive assistance in legal and psychological adaptation, as well as assistance in employment and starting their own business. After the introduction of quarantine in the country, the new spring semester 2020 became a new challenge for the project. learning opportunities. And, importantly, the effectiveness of the project for students not only did not decrease, but even increased in a sense.
In parallel with the basic training, the project focuses on lectures on psychological adaptation and business counseling, online practice with representatives of relevant companies. Each participant is consulted on writing a resume, individual development plan, writing business plans, passing an interview and orientation in the labor market. Why it is so important for us and the listeners - because one of the most significant results of the project is the successful employment of our participants or starting your own business. The National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine invites all interested servicemen to study and social adaptation within the framework of the Norway-Ukraine project for the new semester in September 2020.
For additional information on enrolling in the course - call tel. 098 1169225.