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Vocational educational institutions operating throughout Georgia are preparing to receive students in auditoriums from March 15. In order to prevent the spread of the virus, in parallel with the educational process, the Ministry monitors the support of vocational schools.
This time the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia visited Mermisi vocational College and Gldani Vocational Training Centre. According to the deputy Minister, sanitary-hygienic standards are strictly adhered in both schools and a safe environment is created for practical and theoretical teaching.
Mermisi College is one of the leading vocational education institutions in Georgia, which implements 21 vocational education programs in 5 disciplines, which is in demand in the modern labour market, including web technologies, hotel services, sewing, electricity, culinary, confectionery, office work and more.
Gldani College mainly offers educational programs in engineering, art, business administration: automotive, sewing, accounting, surveying, web programming, financial services, publishing design, graphic and industrial and other computer design.
This year, the construction of a modern standard auto-workshop equipped with high-tech cranes and other necessary equipment was completed on the college premises.
Both colleges have an adapted learning environment for students with disabilities.