Kazan signs three-way agreement with MAI-KAI and KNRTU

Kazan signs three-way agreement with MAI-KAI and KNRTU

29-Oct-2015 Source: Russian Helicopters

[electronic translation] At the meeting, experts Experimental Design Bureau of the Kazan Helicopter Plant (KHP), the holding company “Helicopters of Russia” with the students of the Moscow Aviation Institute – National Research University (MAI) signed an agreement on cooperation in education between the MAI KAI-KNRTU and KHP.

The agreement is aimed at creating joint educational programs in the field of aerodynamics and design helicopters for students enrolled in the MAI and KNRTU KAI-in “Aircraft and Helicopter” of the target set for the KHP. Also according to the agreements adopted by university students will pass the data design, production – technological and pre-diploma practice at the KHP with the provision of jobs and, if necessary, the conditions of stay. The agreement will affect not only students LSC staff will improve their skills with the use of distance learning and university teachers will be held short-term training at the bases of parties to the agreement.

Agreement complement previously received five-sided treaty on the network through the implementation of educational training programs in “Aircraft and Helicopter”, concluded between the companies and the holding of the MAI and set the direction for student internships and job opportunities.

CVD system based on implementing a program for the training of qualified personnel and to attract talented young people to the industry. Each year, the company held educational, technological, industrial practice more than 300 students of universities, colleges, schools. By implementing a set of measures for the preservation of human resource capacity, the plant at its own expense each year provides training, retraining and advanced training of at least 40% of the staff.

PJSC “Kazan Helicopter Plant” produces a family of Mi-8/17, which are operated in more than 100 countries. Available in a wide range of modifications of these helicopters: transport, passenger, rescue, troop transport, and many others. Preparing to produce an average freight and passenger Mi-38. Since 1997, the LSC is certified developer helicopters today in mass production is light twin-engine helicopter “ANSAT.”

JSC “Helicopters of Russia” (part of the State Corporation Rostec) – one of the world’s leading helicopter industry, the only developer and manufacturer of helicopters in Russia. Holding established in 2007. The head office is located in Moscow. The holding comprises five helicopter plants, two design bureaus, and enterprises for the production and maintenance of components, aircraft repair plant and a service company that provides after-sales support in Russia and abroad. Buyers products holding – Russian Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the Russian Emergencies Ministry, other government customers, the airlines, “Gazprom Avia” and UTair, major Russian and foreign companies. In 2014, the income of “Helicopters of Russia” under IFRS grew by 22.8% and amounted to 169.8 billion rubles, the volume of shipments amounted to 271 helicopter.

State Corporation Rostec – Russian corporation, created in 2007 to promote the development, production and export of high-tech industrial products for civil and military purposes. It is composed of 663 organizations, of which currently 9 formed holding companies in the military-industrial complex and 6 – in civilian industries, as well as 32 ​​direct control of the organization. The portfolio includes Rostec such famous brands as AVTOVAZ, KAMAZ, “Russian Helicopters”, VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation, and so on. D. Rostec organizations located on the territory of 60 subjects of the Russian Federation and supply products to the markets of over 70 countries. Rostec revenues in 2014 amounted to 964.5 billion rubles. The total amount of tax deductions amounted to 147.8 billion rubles.

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