Training Standardisation Specialists in Russia

Report
Training
Standardisation
Professionals in Russia
ISO General Assembly Open Session at the National
Mineral Resources University, Saint-Petersburg
19.09.13
Vitaly Aristov,
D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia
• Leader of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Higher School Establishments
• Develops training programmes for all universities
offering Bachelor and Master degrees in Chemical
Engineering, Environmental Engineering and
Biotechnology
• Over 9000 students
• 200 students representing 30 foreign countries
• Over 500 PhD students and trainees
• 550 PhD holders and Associate Professors
• 200 Doctor of Science degree holders and Full
Professors
• 10 Academicians and Correspondent members of
Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
• Collaboration with over 10 Research Institutions of
RAS
International standards and
educational establishments
• International Standards bring technological, economic and
societal benefits.
• They help to harmonise technical specifications of products
and services making industry more efficient and breaking
down barriers to international trade.
• International Standards also contribute effectively to
sustainability, by providing good practices on the use of
technologies and the management of processes affecting
economic, social and environmental aspects.
• This is why higher school establishments train
standardisation professionals for industry, business and civil
society and raise awareness of general public in the field of
international standards.
Professional re-training
Training levels
PhD
3-4 years
Master
2 years
Bachelor
4 years
Secondary
education
Areas/directions
in accordance with
the Ministry list
Specialist
5-6 years
Specialisations
approved by
the Government
Standardisation related areas
of higher education in Russia
• Professionals trained by Technical Universities / Technical Faculties of
Classical Universities major in:
• Standardisation and metrology
• Quality management
• Innovations
• Automation / Management of technical systems
• Compulsory standardisation related courses for other students:
• Technical profiles – general standardisation and metrology courses
• Science – some information on measurements related standrds
• Management profiles – courses focused on Management Systems
• Economics – some management related courses
• State /Municipal Governance – (nearly) none
• Law –none
New applicants of
standardisation related
programmes
1800
Annually each of 50
leading Technical
University of Russia
admits
20-30 new
applicants
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2001 2003 2005 2007 2011 2013
Top 10 Russian Universities
training standardisation
professionals
1. Tomsk State University of Management and Automation Systems
and Radioelectronics
2. Omsk State Transport University
3. Saint-Petersburg State Electrotechnic University
4. Moscow State Technical University named after N. Bauman
• Leads and co-ordinates development of training programmes
5. Kazan Federal University
6. Tomsk National Polytechnic University
7. D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology
8. National Research University of Steel and Alloys
9. Russian Academy of Economics and State Service
10. Saint-Petersburg State University of Aeronautic and Space
Equipment
Research projects
• Traditionally, research projects are conducted by teams of
Master and PhD students supervised by leading professors
• In standardisation related areas PhD degrees can be
obtained in Technical Sciences and Economics
• Over 20 Dissertation Councils consider dissertations
focused on:
• Development and application of technical standards
• Specialized in particular branches of industry
• Metrology
• Specialized in particular branches of industry
• Quality management
• Environmental and Energy Management
Collaboration with National
Technical Committees
• Many Russian Universities and Research Institutions participate in
activities of National Technical Committees developing GOSTs
• Several Technical Committees are lead by educational
establishments and research institutions:
• Social Responsibility (The Academy for Labour and Social
Relations)
• Lifelong Learning (The Academy for Standardisation, Metrology
and Certification)
• Hydraulic Systems (Moscow State Technical University
• Welding
named after N. Bauman)
• Chemistry (D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of
Russia)
• Distant Learning (Moscow State University of Technology
“Stankin”)
• Measurements and Control in Technical Systems (Trapeznikov
Institute for Management Problems)
Conclusions
• International standards bring technological, economic and
societal benefits making economy more efficient, effective and
sustainable.
• Higher school establishments train professionals in
standardisation to meet needs of national economy and civil
society.
• Traditionally, standardisation related training is rather
technical. Key technical university lead in training
standardisation professionals for many branches of industry.
• There is a need to raise awareness of students majoring in
science, management, economics, law, etc.in international
standards.
• Russian universities successfully collaborate with Rosstandart
but their participation in standards development and in
standardisation related research projects needs to be
strengthened.
Thank you!
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