INSTITUTE OF REFRESHER TRAINING AND RE-TRAINING
Director of Institute
Ph.D. in Biological Sciences,
The institute of refresher training and re-training was set up on September 1st, 2009 by the Rector's decree No. 361 of August 26, 2008 based on the University Council's decision and in accordance with the letter of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus No.17-17/133 of July, 2009.
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In accordance with the defined aims and objectives, the institute:
The institute runs educational programs of additional adult education: :
Additional adult education is a kind of additional education aimed at the student's or trainee's professional development and meeting their educational needs.
Education is provided by the university academic staff employed at BarSU academic departments and highly skilled specialists employed at other educational establishments. Leading specialists and specialists with hands-on experience from the region's enterprises and organizations are also invited to give classes.
Teaching is done in 10 classrooms for 456 seats, three computer labs for 35 networked stations with access to the Internet, as well as access to the legal programs "Expert" and "Consultant Plus".
Students on refresher course "Engineering and Technology" including such majors as "Equipment" and "Labour Protection" have their classes in a special-purpose classroom equipped with training devices, posters, showcases and multimedia equipment.
There is a lecture hall, equipped with an interactive white board, where classes, scientific conferences, seminars, training and other sessions are held.
Together with the Centre of Distance Learning, the institute re-trains specialists with higher education as well as full-time undergraduate students in their last two years of study using a distance form of education by correspondence.
We are your supporters and practical assistants in education.
We give everyone a chance to control their future and personal development, we help them become more competitive in the labour market.