#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The Krasnoyarsk Arctic professions of the future atlas is being formed in Dudinka. It includes specialties identified in the Professions of the Future competition, which may appear in the Far North in the next five to ten years.
The competition was organized as part of the city career guidance marathon The World of Professions of the Future and the grant project Civil University Krasnoyarsk Arctic, supported by the Presidential Grants Fund. In collaboration with the organizers, the project partners were the Nornickel company, the Arctic Development Project Office from Moscow, the Norilsk Development Agency and the Polar State University.
Dudin schoolchildren of 6-9 grades took part in the city competition Professions of the Future, for whom game workshops were organized based on working with the tool The World of New Professions and trainings from the leading Russian company in the market of short-term business education EBM (St. Petersburg).
Each team included eight children and one teacher and had to develop at least three professions of the future, indicate the industry and name. It was also required to indicate where in Taimyr a specialty might be in demand and what professional skills are needed for it.
According to the project participants, in the near future, the professions of an adjuster, a controller of power grids for distributed energy, a builder of smart roads and a designer of medical robots will appear in Taimyr.
Schoolchildren have come up with such the Krasnoyarsk Arctic professions as a memographer-artist for creating digital illustrations (memes, graffiti), a specialist in preparing reports for grant projects and a hoverboard riding instructor. Students nominated for the competition the professions of food designer, food logistics specialist, and fortified food designer. It seemed to the participants that a drones for grazing reindeer developer, an engineer for the development of a thermal dome and an expert in the snow sale will be in demand in the future. As well as an ecosystem designer, an unmanned aerial vehicles operator and an Arctic motion and navigation control designer. They also offered an online therapist, a specialist in identifying potentially dangerous people on social networks and a consultant for the elderly people.
Summing up the results, the project team member Natalya Deikun said:
“Today there are no losers, everyone is a winner. During the career guidance marathon The World of Professions of the Future you learned to build your educational trajectories, learned about new in-demand professions, revealed your inclinations for specific areas of activity and learned to understand what skills you need to develop for a successful career in the future”.
Text: Denis Kozhevnikov, Photo: Denis Kozhevnikov