Press about RVC

GenerationS Launches Continuing Professional Education Programs for Partners

Source: Nanonewsnet

Project:  Corporate accelerators for the GenerationS technological start-ups

GenerationS, a corporate acceleration development program from RVC, is launching a new product for its partners — additional vocational education programs in the form of short-term courses that will become part of the acceleration program.

The program is developed for each partner individually. Topics, speakers, and training areas depend on the needs and challenges that a company is facing. The partners of the program are higher state educational institutions, major consulting companies, and other partners.

Upon graduation, employees receive a state-level advanced training diploma, as well as a certificate of additional education courses provided by the partners' program.

“In working with innovations today, it is not only the change in the processes running by companies that matters but also the participation of employees in such processes. It is imperative that people have a clear understanding of how to work with start-ups and why introduce new solutions. We are pleased that GenerationS can provide partners with a systematic approach to work, covering both external tasks for finding projects and technological consulting, as well as internal ones for training and advanced training for employees to transform business processes and directly implement innovative solutions. Such work will allow achieving maximum efficiency of the company’s development,” commented the GenerationS Corporate Accelerator's Director Ekaterina Petrova.

In November, the first professional development program, “How to Introduce a Start-up in a Corporation: Practical Tools.” The plan was developed for the GTLK employees by the GenerationS team, with the support of an educational partner — the RVC Base Department based on MIPT and the international partner — Board of Innovation, an innovative consulting company.

The focus of the program for STLC was aimed at studying the tools for building innovative programs and working with technological projects. Each of the four modules assumed the practical development of the researched methods, which allowed immediately transferring all knowledge to real business processes. As a result of the program, employees formed a process model for working with start-ups to launch fast pilots both independently and with production partners.

Search by name:

Search by date:

Select date in calendar
Select date in calendar