Rosatom Opens Skills Center at Novouralsk Tech School

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, December 11, 2019. Rosatom State Corporation’s new Skills Center opened at Novouralsk Tech School; this is the corporation’s first center to focus on training Industrial Automation experts, Ural Electrochemical Combine’s press service reports.

Workers of Rosatom’s TVEL’s Novouralsk-based asset Ural Electrochemical Combine, employees of other nuclear industry-related enterprises that represent Rosatom and their divisions at WorldSkills Hi Tech, WorldSkills Competition, EuroSkills, and AtomSkills, and students and external customers are seen as the center’s primary target audience. The plan is to adjust WorldSkills methods to these companies’ standards, develop nuclear industry-specific professional development courses, and assess the workers’ skills.

This is the third skills center Rosatom’s TVEL has set up so far.

‘We’ve been trusted with training our students in Industrial Automation because Ural Electrochemical Combine is a hi tech enterprise where a lot of automated systems are actually used; the plant simply wouldn’t be able to function without skilled industrial automation experts. The combine in particular and the nuclear industry in general will always need this type of professionals keenly,’ Director-General at Ural Electrochemical Combine Alexander Beloussov stressed during the opening ceremony.


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