The dual approach to vocational education brings positive results. A major manufacturer of transformers in Kazakhstan has solved the issue of staff shortage by using this approach. Thus, college students spend more than 60% of the total study time at work learning how to use new equipment from mentors. 

 

Iosif MARTYNCHUK, STUDENT:

I plan to enter the university and work at the company and contribute in achieving the ultimate goal of both the plant and the company which is to create a well-known international brand.

 

According to calculations, each worker trained by dual vocational education approach brings far more profit than the amount spent for his tuition fees.

 

Izatulla KOZHABAYEV, PROCUREMENT MANAGER:

We hire new workers from other vocational colleges but they cannot start working straightaway since they do not know how to use new equipment.

 

Now the plant intends to introduce the continuous dual vocational education. They concluded agreements with schools and colleges on training specialists in the sphere of engineering.

 

 

 

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