Russia’s MoD to Look Into ChelPipe Group’s Experience

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, April 11, 2018. Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the Ministry of Defense to look into ChelPipe Chair of the BOD Andrei Komarov’s proposal to coordinate the army terms of those male vocational school-leavers who will later get employed by the company so as to have them serve close to home, ChelPipe’s press service reports.

‘177 alumni of ChelPipe’s Future of White-Coated Metallurgy Corporate Training Program have served their army terms in Gorny Shchit, Sverdlovsk Region, in the last five years. While in the army, they keep on investing in their professional development by learning English and reading technical stuff as well as Russian and foreign classics. Thanks to our partnership, ChelPipe retains its skilled employees and the demobilized young men have a career at ChelPipe Group’s enterprises,’ says ChelPipe Chair of the BOD Andrei Komarov.

An important meeting on the development of Russian vocational education system, chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, took place in March 2018; Andrei Komarov suggested drafting a normative base to transfer ChelPipe Group’s experience of working together with its supported army regiment in Gorny Shchit across the entire country.

ChelPipe Group is a member of a public-private partnership project on training highly skilled workers (The Future of White-Coated Metallurgy) in Sverdlovsk Region and Chelyabinsk Region and is also involved in Tatarstan’s College of the Future Program in Tatarstan.


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