The project is being implemented with the support of Omsk enterprises that are part of the Rostec State Corporation. And now students will master the professions in demand in the industry not only in the classrooms of the Omsk State Technical University (OmSTU), but also in the factory shops. The first group will be twenty people, and twelve of them will become engine builders.
– The “Ros-Tech Wings” program opens up unique prospects for graduates. It is not only about free education in prestigious and sought after engineering areas with a good scholarship from the company and university, but also about acquiring job skills. Students of the first year will master the professions of “turner” and “milling operator”, the second – “controller of machine tools and metallurgy”. After graduation, employment at companies and career growth are guaranteed, explained Viktor Grebnev, director of the training center of the Baranov Omsk Motor Building Association.
Students will be employed and will be able to receive a salary for working on the factory floor immediately after entering the university. Designers of aircraft, rocket engines and power plants will be trained according to an individual educational path, with in-depth study of IT in design activities, the latest production technologies, as well as the English language. The main specialists of the Omsk branches of the state corporation will act as curators.
The requirements for applicants are quite high. The total score of the exam (including physics and mathematics) is not less than 220. The average score of the certificate is four or more, as well as proficiency in English at level A2 according to the CEFR system. Those enrolled already during the first semester will be paid a scholarship of twenty thousand rubles. More successful studies will add bonuses.
“For those who pass the session with ‘good’ and ‘excellent’, an additional academic factory scholarship in the amount of twenty to thirty thousand rubles is provided. Professional education is also paid at the expense of the company. For success in learning English – another 4.5 thousand rubles. In addition to compensation for travel and accommodation in a hostel. Therefore, it is profitable to study well, “the RG correspondent in the personnel center of the university.
The authors of the project hope that the new engineering training program will meet the growing needs of the Russian aircraft industry. With a world-class education, graduates will be able to take the industry to a competitive level.
The project involves not only OmSTU, but also nine specialized universities in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Rybinsk, Kazan, Samara, Ufa, Perm, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude. In 2022, Rostec sends 350 school graduates to specific training as part of an educational project. Hiring was expanded almost 1.5 times due to high demand for personnel.
According to the regional Labor Ministry, since the beginning of the year, 2,800 people have been employed at Omsk defense industry enterprises. However, another 2,400 jobs remain vacant. In addition to engineers, designers and technologists, companies need skilled workers: turners, millers, fitters and CNC machine tool operators.
According to the regional government, 28 Omsk industrial enterprises received financial support in 2022. Within the framework of the state program, more than 500 jobs have been created, more than ten production plants have been commissioned and modernized, and produced more than twenty new types of products. Additional tax revenue exceeded 1.5 billion rubles. One ruble of the issued subsidy brought four rubles to the treasury.
In addition, infrastructure facilities have been created: regional centers for import substitution and engineering developments of OmSTU, the engineering school of the Siberian State Automobile and Highway University (SibADI), the reproductive biotechnology laboratory of the Research Center Omsk Agrarian.
New support measures have been developed that provide for the reimbursement of part of the costs associated with registering intellectual property and carrying out research, development and technology work.
The final degree of implementation of the state program was 92.68 percent.