12:45 24 Jun 2024

Rebuilding Ukraine: USAID collaborates with Ukraine to provide training for construction equipment operators

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The Ukrainian Ministry of Economy and USAID have joined forces to introduce the "School of Construction Equipment Operators" in Ukraine. This new training program aims to provide opportunities for Ukrainians without prior experience to acquire a valuable skillset.

The Ministry of Economy's press service reports this.

What is the problem?

"Today, the state is dedicated to providing people with new opportunities to achieve their full potential. From grants for starting or growing a business to programs for retraining and skills enhancement and employment opportunities for marginalized groups, we aim to ensure that everyone can choose the option that best suits their needs. Our focus is on supporting youth, veterans, and women," Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine Tetiana Berezhna said.

What is the solution?

Therefore, with the assistance of the Ministry of Economy and the support of USAID, a new training program, "School of Construction Equipment Operators," was launched in Ukraine.

How does it work?

Training at the "School of Construction Equipment Operators," based on the Nemishaieve Vocational College, will begin on August 1, 2024.

The course includes nine weeks of theoretical and practical classes.

According to the results, the participants will receive a state certificate and assistance with employment.

Education, accommodation, and meals are free for all participants.

Ukrainians who are 18 years old and want to learn a new profession can join the training.

The program is also designed to create more conditions for women to realize their potential in the labor market in the broadest possible range of professions that may interest them.

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The "Competitive Economy of Ukraine" program by USAID aims to bolster Ukrainian businesses, boosting their domestic and global competitiveness. It also assists in creating a more streamlined and transparent business environment while also opening doors for Ukrainian companies to tap into international trade.

As reported, the public organization SvitOsvit collaborated with the USAID Project "Economic Support of Ukraine" to develop the educational course "Agrosphere" for high school students in grades 1011. This course aims to enhance the level of specialized secondary education.

Moreover, with the assistance of the USAID Project "Economic Support of Ukraine" (USAID Project), the Tech StartUp School Lviv Polytechnic opened a Robotics Laboratory as part of the project "Better Technical Skills and Inclusive Conditions for the Development of the Workforce in the machine-building sector of Ukraine."

It was also reported that the USAID Project "Economic Support of Ukraine" purchased equipment for modernizing the laboratory in several disciplines for the needs of the State Educational Institution "Hadiach Agrarian School" in the Poltava region.

Moreover, the USAID Project "Economic Support of Ukraine" is providing a grant to establish three state-of-the-art laboratories at the Eastern Ukrainian National University named after Volodymyr Dal.

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