7 - 10 April, 2020, Sochi , Main media centre


WSI expands

25 August 2017 in the framework of the international forum "Eurasian week" and the panel session "WorldSkills Eurasia: human capital development for competitive economies and new global markets" will be held the signing of the Declaration on the development of WorldSkills movement in Eurasia of the national operators of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Armenia.

"The creation of a WorldSkills Eurasia will become a new stage in the development of international cooperation in the field of advanced training of qualified personnel in accordance with WorldSkills standards", – said Deputy General Director of the training Union "Young professionals (WorldSkills Russia)" Svetlana Krichinsky at a press conference dedicated to the international forum "Eurasian week". 

WorldSkills Eurasia is macro-regional cooperation created in order to promote the development of human capital, economic growth, formation and development of competencies for competitive economies of the countries-members and partners of WorldSkills Eurasia. The countries-participants of the WorldSkills Eurasia will be the Republic of Armenia, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Belarus, the Russian Federation. 
Partner countries: Azerbaijan Republic, the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of Iran, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mongolia, Republic of Mongolia, Republic of India, people's Republic of China, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Turkmenistan, Republic of Uzbekistan. 

The partnership – coordinated strategy for development of vocational education and training WorldSkills standards, joint systematic work on the development of human potential in the framework of national strategies, mutual recognition of qualifications and competencies based on WorldSkills standards. 

In the framework of the forum "Eurasian week" is also planned to consider areas of cooperation WorldSkills International and the Eurasian economic Commission in the development of competencies for the digital economy member States of the EEC, as well as companies of the EAEU professional staff at in-demand professions, including migrant workers countries. 

Press service of Worldskills Russia 

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