A part of cooperation between the Belarusian-Russian University and the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs of RUSNANO Group and the implementation of the joint plan for 2019-2020 on regulatory and technical support of the innovative development of the nanoindustry, 23 students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Belarusian-Russian University (bachelor’s and master’s degree programs) successfully passed the certification exam on September 24, 2019 according to the requirements of the occupational standard ‘Nanoindustry Innovative Product Testing Specialist’ and received certificates of the voluntary certification system for employees of innovative enterprises ‘Nanocertifica - Personnel for Innovation’.
When preparing for the exam, students took a distance learning course ‘Nanoindustry Innovative Product Testing’ developed by the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization ‘eNano’ to implement the e-learning system for innovative enterprises.
The certificates were awarded by the Head of the Product and Technology Quality Assessment Group of the Directorate for Standardization of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs of RUSNANO Group Yuri Aleksandrovich Toropov.
The Belarusian-Russian University and the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs are planning to continue cooperation on certification of students, testing and assessing the quality of innovative products, development and certification of measurement and testing methods as well as on other issues of regulatory and technical support for innovation.
The creation of the ‘Nanocertifica - Personnel for Innovation’ system (Rosstandard registration РОСС RU.И1301.04ЖТЦО) was initiated and supported by the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs of RUSNANO Group within the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization ‘Center for Certification of Nanoindustry Products and Management Systems’. Its aim is to assess the capacity of employees to perform occupational functions in compliance with the requirements of occupational standards.