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Employees of SIZO-1 of Syktyvkar met with pupils of the eleventh grades of a secondary school. During the lesson with representatives of the educational institution, an agreement was reached on the placement of a presentation film and an electronic booklet for applicants to universities of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in a social network in groups of 11 grades.
Employees of the professional and service training department of the personnel department of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Komi Republic prepared electronic visual materials to inform graduates of the regional educational institutions about the universities of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia. This information is offered to representatives of schools in the region for posting on pages in social networks of institutions during traditional meetings with graduate students.
So, on November 10, employees of SIZO-1 met with students of the eleventh grades of secondary school №38 in Syktyvkar. The head of the personnel department and work with the personnel of SIZO-1 Vladimir Khenerin and a graduate of the Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in 2020 Artyom Komlin informed the students about the possibilities of admission to the educational organizations of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia.
Vladimir Khenerin told the students about the specifics of work in the penal system, about the institutions of the Federal Penitentiary Service located in Syktyvkar. The students also learned about the available opportunities for admission to the universities of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, the specialties that cadets of departmental institutions receive, the requirements for candidates, the admission algorithm and the conditions of study.
Artem Komlin, serving in SIZO-1 after studying at a departmental university as an inspector of the regime and supervision department, told the students about his personal experience of studying at the university of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, about how he entered the institute and studied:
– I also learned about the service in the penitentiary system, as you did, during a meeting with officers of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Komi Republic. I was interested in the possibility of free higher education, as well as the benefits of training and further service. And also – the opportunity to engage in your favorite sport during your studies – hand-to-hand combat, – said Artem.
48 young people listened attentively to the stories of a graduate of the VIPE of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia and the head of the personnel department of SIZO-1. This was evidenced by the active participation of students in the conversation with the staff of the penal system. They asked many questions: about the procedure for passing the military medical commission, about where the standards for physical training are passed, whether it is possible to travel abroad, studying at a university, and a number of others. The employees gave comprehensive answers to all the questions asked.
At the end of the meeting, representatives of SIZO-1 presented the students with propaganda booklets for applicants to higher educational institutions of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia. Also, a film of the Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia and a developed propaganda booklet were transferred to the teacher of the school, who is engaged in career guidance work. These campaign materials will be posted on the VKontakte social network in 11th grade groups. This will allow not only future school graduates, but also their parents to find out in detail the information of interest, as well as ask questions by calling the contact details specified in the booklet.
Press service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Komi Republic
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