SEZ TECHNOPOLIS MOSCOW HOSTS THE CONTEST BRICS FUTURE SKILLS CHALLENGE 2020
On November 9-17 the Industrial Chair of Moscow State Education Complex (MGOK) hosts the International competition for prospective professional skills BRICS Future Skills Challenge 2020 in such competences as Aerial Robotics, Internet Marketing, Robot Systems Integration, as well as Competition management centers for Internet Marketing and Robot Systems Integration on the site of special economic zone Technopolis Moscow.
The Industrial Chair of MGOK has been training high-tech personnel for more than two years said Gennady Degtev, CEO of SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
“The Industrial Chair of MGOK in SEZ Technopolis Moscow is a specialized center of national level competences - "Polymechanics and Automation", " Robot Systems Integration ", "Milling on CNC machines". It also trains students in regional level competencies of the - "Graphic Design" and "Industrial Design". Over the two years of the Chair’s work, graduates were able to undergo internships at high-tech enterprises of the capital's SEZ and get a job in the country's leading innovative companies”, he underlined.
Besides the Industrial Chair of MGOK trains Moscow and national teams for the competitions under the WorldSkills standards.
“This is a multifunctional and high-tech site, equipped with the most modern technics; it also hosts training for participants in corporate championships for enterprises of the military-industrial complex, including State Corporation Rostec, State Corporation Roskosmos, State Corporation Rosatom, as well as State Corporation R-Pharm and resident companies of the SEZ Technopolis Moscow”, shared Igor Artemyev, Director of MGOK.
The international competition BRICS Future Skills Challenge is carried out on November 9-17 in a mixed format – remotely and in presence. More than a thousand contestants, experts, delegates and observers from Russia, Brazil, India, China and South Africa take part in it. New technological and digital solutions developed by WorldSkills Russia will be tested in real time in all five countries
Students and teachers of MGOK
act as participants, assessors and main experts of the championship in the
respective competencies. Thus, Artem Kuprin (Aerial Robotics), Ivan Kucherenko
and Roman Rogachev (Robot Systems Integration) represent the Moscow team at the