Development of the Model for Professional Recognition of Foreign Qualifications in Russia TEMPUS PRIMO_RF

Development of the Model for Professional Recognition of Foreign Qualifications in Russia TEMPUS PRIMO_RF
Start: 15.01.2009 End: 14.01.2012 Project Site: Project Coordinator: University of Genoa (Italy, coordinator) // Project number: 145177-TEMPUS-1-2008-1-IT-TEMPUS-SMGR


Wider Objective of the project:

In the framework of the project the Professional Recognition Model and the System of Professional Recognition of Qualifications in the field of Construction will be developed. Development of the Model requires forming of the general algorythm of professional recognition, defining of structures providing the services and being legally empowered to carry out professional recognition, description of necessary documentation. Development of the System includes comparison of competences and qualifications, working out of the structure of tests and examinations.

In the course of the project Russian participants pass the trainings on professional recognition in Europe; on the basis of knowledge acquired Russian project members will develop the Model for Professional Recognition of Foreign Qualifications and specification it as applied to the qualifications of the building and construction sector.

Main stages of the project:

  • Stage I: Training on professional recognition for Russian participants abroad (theory, methodology)
  • Stage II: Analysis of the situation in Russia for the implementation of Professional Recognition model (analysis of legislation, variants and opportunities for professional recognition in Russia)
  • Stage III: Development of Professional Recognition Model and methodology for competence evaluation in the building and construction sector.
  • Stage IV: Implementation of the Model: information seminars on the implementation in Saint-Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok, dissemination of information on the Professional Recognition. 

Project Partners:

  1. University of Genoa (Italy, coordinator)
  2. Nuffic (Netherlands)
  3. Bangor University (England)
  4. Federal Service on Supervision and Control in the field of Education and Science (Russia)
  5. Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
  6. Committee for civil engineering of the Saint-Petersburg government (Russia)
  7. Union of building associations and organizations of Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad region (Russia)
  8. Ural Federal University (Russia)
  9. Ministry of Construction and Architecture of the Sverdlovsk region (Russia)
  10. Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service (Russia)
  11. Municipal Administration of Vladivostok (Russia)
  12. Association of civil engineers of Vladivostok - Vlastra (Russia)