Eurasian Peoples' Assembly proposes International Personnel Retraining Programs for Almaty Organization

15/12/2020 01:30


Major educational projects of training specialists in the best universities in Russia and Europe are among other EPA initiatives

The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly (EPA) offers Almaty organizations to train their employees on special training and retraining programs. EPA Secretary General Andrey Belyaninov told about this in detail, reports.

First of all, the speaker noted that the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly is expanding cooperation with the countries of Greater Eurasia, implementing projects and events aimed at uniting the efforts of non-governmental organizations in the development of integration processes, approving the ideas of peace-making, cultural and humanitarian interaction, maintaining and strengthening ties in the educational sphere.

“Among other initiatives, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly especially notes major educational projects of training specialists in the best universities in Russia and Europe. The projects are aimed at developing multi-level interaction of young scientists, expanding the international academic mobility of students and teachers, training and upgrading the skills of personnel in various fields of activity”, - said Andrey Belyaninov.

He emphasized that the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly has a wide pool of scientific and educational partners. Among them is the Guglielmo Marconi University (GMU), located in Rome and accredited by the Italian and US Ministries of Education.

Currently, the Assembly and GMU are implementing a joint project to train bachelors and masters in economics, finance, banking and computer engineering in Russian and English.

The cost of training programs as a part of the joint project will be lower than its approved cost and will be approximately 1,300 euros per bachelor's program per year, and 1,200 euros per master's programs per year. Enrolment and training is carried out online and does not imply travel to Italy.

At the same time, the joint educational project offers training in professional development and retraining programs.

“In the current difficult conditions of the spread of coronavirus infection, the issue of raising the qualifications of employees, as well as their retraining, is especially acute for many enterprises, ministries, departments. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, possessing a large base of partner universities, is ready to offer the heads of organizations in the city of Almaty to develop educational programs in a wide range of training areas with a convenient flexible format of training and the issuance of graduation certificates from leading universities in Russia and Europe”, - concluded Andrey Belyaninov.