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Multiplication, Vocational Training

New project locations in Beloyarsky and Yekaterinburg

20 May, 2020:

In the coming years, we aim to bring our experience and the results of our long-standing successful cooperation with the Ural College of Technology and Entrepreneurship in Yekaterinburg (Уральский колледж технологий и предпринимательства) to other vocational colleges in Russia. After about a year of preparation, we signed a contract on the modernization of tiler training with the Beloyarsky Technical College  (Белоярский многопрофильный техникум) and the Ekaterinburg College of Transportation Construction (Екатеринбургский Колледж Транспортного Строительства) during an online conference on May 20, 2020. The project will be implemented with the support of the Ministry of Education and Youth Policy of the Sverdlovsk Oblast under the auspices of the Ural College of Technology and Entrepreneurship.

“The level of education and training that we have jointly created has been recognized by the international community of experts. This is borne out by the results and victories of our graduates at the WorldSkills Championships,” Yuri Biktuganov, the Minister of Education of the Sverdlovsk Oblast underscored. “No pandemic can stop us from continuing our fruitful cooperation,” emphasized Peter Möller, Executive Director of the Eberhard Schöck Foundation.

 
Vocational Training

45 years of success: The Ural College of Technology and Entrepreneurship celebrates a key anniversary

2 December, 2019:

Since 1998, the Ural College of Technology and Entrepreneurship in Ekaterinburg has carried out projects to modernize individual trades with the support of the Sverdlovsk regional government, the Ministry of Education and Training and the Eberhard Schöck Foundation. 21 years of joint project work connect us with the Yekaterinburg College of Technology and Entrepreneurship. It is currently celebrating its 45th anniversary. Congratulations!

Anniversary video highlighting our activities at the college (in Russian).

 
Multiplication, Vocational Training

Workshop for Russian and Ukranian Carpenters in Leipzig, Germany

23 July, 2019:

The carpentry training instructors at our partner schools in Yekaterinburg, Russia and Vinnytsia, Ukraine came together with no reservations. As dedicated carpenters, working together transcended everything. The group found connection in their joint desire to learn and exchange ideas. Practical exercises and workplace safety were the main focus of the workshop, which was highlighted by field trips to sites of interest for carpenters as well as a cultural program.

 

Painter Exchange Project Lahr-Yekaterinburg

17 May, 2019:

Several teachers and one master student from the Badische Malerfachschule (a vocational school for painters in Lahr, Germany) paid a visit to their counterparts at the Ural College for Technology and Entrepreneurship in Yekaterinburg, Russia, where they experienced an exciting week. On the agenda were a joint wall decoration project that involved challenging techniques, workshops with Russian paint manufacturers, a specialist conference and a cultural program that included excursions and a trip to the theater. Now, two coats of arms – one for each of the schools – adorn the wall of the Russian painter workshop.

 
Multiplication, Vocational Training

Modernization of the tile setter training program in Krasnodar

26 March, 2019:

The successful completion of the project to modernize the vocational training program for tile setters at the Humanitarian-Technical College in Krasnodar culminated in a festive celebration that garnered a great deal of public interest. Students and teachers demonstrated the work of the first fully trained apprentices and received their certificates of participation. The instructors from Jekaterinburg who had – in addition to the German master craftsmen – supported their colleagues in Krasnodar with the implementation of the project for the past years were also in attendance. This demonstrates the value of this project as an example of the interconnectedness of our projects and for the transfer of know-how within Russia. We will continue to monitor and support the project during follow-up.

https://youtu.be/CnEqVhFGGEQ