International round table: discussing green technologies

March 20, 2019 at our institute – the Unevoc Centre in Russian Federation an international roundtable was held, dedicated to the discussion of environmental issues and urban environment “Green Territory Infrastructure: Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow”. The meeting discussed so relevant for urban environment as the role of green spaces in shaping the landscape and aesthetics of urban spaces, ecology of big cities and landscape industry, preservation and development of recreational and park areas urban forests; green infrastructure innovation, landscaping system reconstruction and reconstruction of lost natural and green landscapes, urban areas environmental education and intersectoral collaboration system. Led the meeting Tanzilya Altafovna Nigmatullina, our director, deputy of the Council of the urban district of the city of Ufa of Bashcortostan Republic, Doctor of Political Science.

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UNEVOC centre to become a regional centre for project management

On March 14, 2019, a bilateral cooperation agreement was signed between the UNEVOC Center and the Partner Center of the international certification body IMQ. Subject of the agreement: development of the UNEVOC center as a center of competence in the field of system management and project management in the system of higher and secondary vocational education in the Republic of Bashkortostan.
Following the signing of the agreement, it was decided to jointly hold the First National Russian Project Management Championship IPMA Young Crew.

March webinar with the European colleagues and regional coordinators

On march 12 BIST held another working webinar on the Torino process with the colleagues joining from Moscow and Tula.

Our coordinator Tanzilya Nigmatullina informed our European colleagues about the measures undertaken to prepare the information for the report on the state of vocational education and training in our region, further plans and events aimed at implementing Torino process in the Republic of Bashkortostan. We also shared the new website created about the Torino process in our region that our institute is using to accumulate all the materials available to us, including guidelines, previous regional and country reports, and official forms and indicators, and ultimately share our updates.

Our European curators took interest in our endeavors and offered to send us the most current materials and technologies. Our next online meeting will take place in April, we are looking forward to sharing some preliminary results soon.  

Another webinar on Torino process

February 13, 2019, BIST participated in yet another webinar with coordinators and participants of the Torino process. Online we discussed our progress working on the project with the representatives of Tver’ State University, Almetyevsk State Oil Institute and other colleagues from Izhevsk and Belgorod. Franca Crestani, the coorditnator of the Torino process in Russia, answered all the participats’ questions.

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BIST – a participant of the International Forum “The Future of Work: Decent Work for All”

On February 4, the International Forum “The Future of the Work: Decent Work for All” began its work in Ufa. It was symbolic to hold it at this location. On March 20, 1919, when the government signed an agreement on the creation of an autonomy in Bashkortostan, at about the same time in Paris, nations were discussing the rights of workers. Subsequently, governed by the Versailles Peace Treaty, the International Labor Organization was created. This year, ILO, together with the Republic of Bashkortostan, celebrates its 100th anniversary. Our Academy of Labor and Social Relations marks the same anniversary: ​​On April 1, 1919, the Instructor School of the All-Russian Central Council of Trade Unions was opened. In May of the same year the first graduation of the first trade union educational institution of Russia took place, with the first graduating class of 90 students.

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UNEVOC hosted a webinar on Torino process

On January 31, several Russian regions discussed the implementation and data collection process of Torino Process during a webinar.

Tanzilya Nigmatullina, Head of UNEVOC Center, Coordinator of the Torino Process in the Republic of Bashkortostan, spoke about the activities carried out by the university: first of all, it is a detailed study of the state of vocational education and training (VET) in the region, identifying problems and ways to solve them, seeking out best practices and effective technologies. There are many indicators, which cover all areas of VET, and they will take considerable time to identify, analyze and summarize. Many stakeholders will be involved in this work – the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Protection of the Republic of Bashkortostan, heads of colleges and technical schools.

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