Secondary vocational education will soon be free in Russia, the country’s Education and Science Minister Gennady Shepelev told reporters in Moscow on Monday. He declined to elaborate on the exact date.
Shepelev recalled that 27 percent of students of Russian elementary vocation training colleges still pay for the studies.
He also admitted that graduates’ job placement is still an issue which he said may be party resolved by creating a system of forecasting a need for specialists.
- Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Sub-Saharan Africa | A better chance for finding jobs (Video) (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- Australia : Enhancing the retention of young people to Year 12, especially through vocational skills (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- Skill Gap | Matching Education to Jobs – Businessweek (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- South Africa | For vocational training affordable, good quality vocational training (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- OECD | Vocational Education and Training : Strengths, Challenges and Recommendation: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, China , Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States (South Ca (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- Employers and Young Talents | Do not rely on the market for talent writes ManpowerGroup (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- Vocational Education in Sri Lanka (jobmarketmonitor.com)
- U.S. | Only 56 percent of college students complete four-year degrees within six years (jobmarketmonitor.com)