Yenisey Siberia Development Corporation and Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) have concluded a cooperation agreement aimed at improving the human resourcing mechanisms of the investment projects comprising the Yenisey Siberia CIP.
The parties have agreed to organise consolidated educational events for the personnel reserve of the Yenisey Siberia Comprehensive Investment Project. The personnel reserve recruitment is planned to be made by selecting specialists with the use of the following methodology and services of the Agency’s ecosystem: National Technology Initiative (NTI), University 20.35 and WorldSkills Russia.
“The Agency and WorldSkills Russia have switched to working with target communities. In this work, the development of HR services for business and investors, in particular, is coming to the front. This year, we also implement the HR service initiative by ASI, leaders in education and a network of partners at the Far East. The Yenisey Siberia CIP is going to be a great platform to assess such service and reveal any new invesors’ requests for HR search, selection and training,” – mentions Julia Khanzhina, Deputy Director of the WrldSlkills Russia Office, ASI.
In addition, the Agency will assist in informing winners of professional competitions, organised by their partners, about the possibility of entering the personnel reserve without additional competitive admissions. Whereas, the Corporation will ensure the enterprises participating in the Yenisey Siberia CIP are informed about the Agency’s projects aimed at developing personnel services for business and investors.
Sergei Ladyzhenko, General Director of Yenisey Siberia Development Corporation, specifies that the Agency’s involvement in the implementation of personnel programmes will increase their efficiency and coverage. As he declared, “The Agency for Strategic Initiatives has a considerable IT and organisational infrastructure that will enable to increase the coverage of our personnel programmes and attract more professionals who are interested in the implementation of the Yenisey Siberia CIP projects.”