#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Immediately after the SPIEF session on investing in human professional development, Daria Kryachkova, vice president for human resources policy at Nornickel, shared the company’s great experience – the so-called educational corridor formation, when after school children enter a secondary educational institution and then organically become university students.
The amount of laboratory work in a college or technical school is counted as study hours at the university, the speaker explained:
“Then the guys transfer to our specialties at the Polar State University. As a result, we get high-level specialists trained for our productions. I hope that such educational corridors will appear in all major specialties”.
Daria Kryachkova also commented on the topic of retraining, advanced training and skills acquisition.
“The direction is developed very strongly. For example, our Applicant program is somewhat similar to the product that we discussed at SPIEF, when potential candidates would like to work with us, but do not have the right profession. They come to us, undergo special training, then an internship at the enterprise and practice – and become full-fledged employees”.
During such training, employees receive a scholarship, said Daria.
As a reminder, Nornickel is helping PSU create a leading engineering school.
Text: Marina Horoshevskaya, Photo: Norilsk Nickel press office