The Minister of Education in Poland has announced that the government will allocate PLN 1.5 billion for the creation of industry skills centers in the country. These centers aim to modernize vocational education and provide specialized training for the needs of the market. The Minister stated that the centers will be a combination of vocational schools and industries specific to each region. Seven sectoral skills centers will be established in the province of Lublin, focusing on areas such as renewable energy, horticulture, construction, locksmithing, beekeeping, geodesy, and electricity. The goal is to create a new quality in the vocational education system by integrating the resources of entrepreneurs, schools, and universities. This initiative is expected to significantly contribute to the development of industries such as automation, robotics, mechatronics, automotive, aviation, renewable energy, and food processing.
On Monday in Lublin, the Minister of Education participated in the signing of contracts and handing over checks for the creation of industry skills centers (BCU) in the province. Lublin. He reminded that the government will spend PLN 1.5 billion on the creation of 120 such places throughout Poland.
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– This is an absolute leap into the future of vocational education in Poland. In each voivodship, from a few to a dozen such institutions will be established in order to modernize and make vocational education more effective. Today, the market absorbs an employee and, due to the development of the economy, it needs specialized, qualified staff, pointed out Minister Czarnek.
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He informed that PLN 80 million will be allocated to the creation of seven sectoral skills centers in the province. Lublin. He emphasized that the centers are a combination of a vocational school and an industry appropriate for individual regions and particularly significant, but also – as he stated – higher vocational school.
The Lublin Voivode, Lech Sprawka, said that examples from countries where similar systems are in place confirm the legitimacy of creating such entities.
Industry skills centers in the province Lublin
in the province Seven industry skills centers will be created in Lublin. At the School Complex of the Agricultural Education Center for them. August Zamoyski in Jabłoni (Parczewski poviat) BCU in the field of renewable energy and bioenergy will be established. Technical School of Horticulture them. Irena Kosmowska in Kluczkowice (Opole poviat) will specialize in horticulture, and in construction works, the Complex of Schools of Construction and Geodesy them. Hieronim Łopaciński in Lublin.
The center devoted to the field of locksmith, mechanics and machining will be built at the School Complex No. 1. Henryka Sienkiewicza in Łuków, and the Agricultural School Complex of the Continuing Education Center in Pszczela Wola (Lublin poviat) will lead BCU in the field of beekeeping. technical school Jan Zamoyski in Zwierzyniec (Zamość poviat) will specialize in the field of geodesy, and the Complex of Secondary Schools for them. John Paul II in Radzyń Podlaski in the field of electricity.
Sector skills centers are to be a new quality in the sector and technical education system. These will be technologically developed centers for comprehensive education and examination in individual fields, combining the potential of entrepreneurs, schools and universities.
As previously reported by the MEiN, among the 120 areas in which the centers will be built, there will also be sectors crucial for the development of the industry, including, among others, automation, robotics, mechatronics, automotive industryaviation industry, renewable energy, transport, forwarding and logistics or food processing. BCU will perform the following functions: education and training, integration and support, innovation and development as well as consulting and promotion.
Earlier information from the Ministry of Education and Science shows that at least 20 BCUs are expected to be created by the end of 2023 and another 100 by the end of 2024.
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