The Rosatom Corporate Academy organized the preparation and participation of the Rosatom team in WorldSkills Hi-Tech.
For the sixth time, the Rosatom team demonstrated an excellent result at the VII National championship of end-to-end working professions in high-tech industries using the WorldSkills method (WorldSkills Hi-Tech 2020), which was held from October 23 to 30 in a distance-learning format. The Rosatom Corporate Academy organized the preparation and participation of the Rosatom team in WorldSkills Hi-Tech.
More than 300 competitors from Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Iran, Kazakhstan, the Philippines and Ecuador participated in the seventh championship in 24 competencies. They won a set of 74 awards – 25 gold, 26 silver and 23 bronze.
This year, more than 100 representatives of 9 divisions of the industry participated from Rosatom in 18 competencies of the main competitions and in 9 competencies of the II National championship "Skills of the Wise". In total, the participants brought 25 awards to Rosatom: 13 gold, 9 silver and 3 bronze.
In the main competitions of the National Final, the Rosatom team won 9 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze medals. Gold medals were awarded to the participants in the following competencies: "Prototype Manufacturing", "CAD Engineering Design", "Mechanical Engineering Technologist", "Laboratory Chemical Analysis", "Environmental Protection", "Welding Technologies", "Composite Technologies", "Life Cycle Management "And "Electronics ", silver - in the competencies "Engineering design" , "Mechatronics", "Network and system administration", ”Turning on CNC machines", Milling works on CNC machines ", and bronze - in the competence "Cybersecurity ".
The winner of the main prize of the championship - the certificate "Master of Industry Development" from the Industrial Development Fund, worth 1 million rubles, was the winning team in the "Life Cycle Management" competence. It consists of representatives of three divisions of Rosatom - JSC Atomenergomash, JSC Concern Rosenergoatom and the Directorate for Nuclear Weapons Complex: Irina Sevastyanova, Maria Nevretdinova, Oleg Zamyatin, Anastasia Ivanova, Tatyana Tepishkina, Alexander Gaev, Maxim Buglov and Vladimir Rybaev. The team scored 1,220 points for completing competitive tasks among all the competencies of the "Production and Engineering Technologies" block. As in the previous year, the main prize was awarded to expert mentors who prepared the Champions. They are: Olga Annina, Grigoriy Korkishko, Julia Khokhlova, Sergey Kuritsyn, Andrei Kozlov, Jan Akbulatova, Pavel Grishenkov and Ekaterina Vodogreeva.
As part of WorldSkills Hi-Tech 2020, the final of the II National championship "Skills of the Wise" was also held for the category of participants over the age of 50, in which a set of 25 awards was awarded.
Among the 40 participants in the championship in all 9 competencies from Rosatom were 12 participants who added 10 awards to the total number of medals of the Rosatom team: 4 gold - in the competencies “Laboratory Chemical Analysis”, “Welding Technologies”, “Network and System Administration and Electronics”, 4 silver - in the competencies “Turning on CNC machines” , “Milling on CNC machines” , “Network and system administration” , “Electrical installation”, as well as 2 bronze medals in the competencies “Engineering design CAD” and "Welding technologies".
The Rosatom team has demonstrated the highest level of professionalism, despite the difficult conditions of the new format. Participants completed tasks at 23 sites of industry enterprises, competence centers and reference educational institutions in their cities in accordance with the requirements of the championship for each competence.
Compliance with the rules and remote evaluation were carried out via live video communication, and the results of the competition tasks were sent to the competition control center in Yekaterinburg. In the remote format, the competitors performed tasks with constant video recording of the process. The experts, being at the sites in their organizations or other sites, monitored the observance of the rules and evaluated the participant's performance online. In a remote-face-to-face format, tasks were also performed with video recording of the process, while the manufactured product was sent by mail for expert assessment to the competition control center in Yekaterinburg.
Rosatom State Corporation has been actively involved in the development of the WorldSkills movement in Russia since 2015, introducing movement standards into the industry program “Training of engineers and workers using the WorldSkills methodology”. The main goal of the program is to create a system for the training and development of professional competencies of Rosatom engineers and workers at the world level. The Rosatom national team takes part in the championship for the sixth time. Since 2015, it has been the leader in the overall medal standings at the WorldSkills Hi-Tech Championships.