The main activities of the faculty are:

  • Training of the university staff, education professionals and specialists in other fields, as well as individ-uals on the basis of higher and vocational secondary education;
  • Training courses for adults;
  • International cooperation.

Upgrading for vocational school-leavers and graduates:

"Pedagogics" ("Pedagogics of childhood", "Pedagogics of adolescence and youth age", "Age-related
pedagogics ");

"Communications. Law. Economy. Management. Economics and Industry Management";

"Technology" ("Computer Science");

"Physical Education. Tourism and hospitality".

Upgrading for graduates:

"Pedagogics. Professional education "(" Professional Education"," Education Management")

"Technology" ("Labour Protection and Health")

"Security Service" ("The Protection of Citizens, Private and Public Property")

Training courses are held both in the daytime and in the evening. Tuition is contract-based and paid. After graduation certificates are conferred.

Training courses for adults:

Courses in English, German, French, Polish, Chinese;

"Configuration and Administration: Accounting 1.C";

"The modern PC user";

"Gesture Speech culture".

Seminars, trainings:

Social and psychological adjustment "Training of graduates for employment";

Seminar on Belarusian orthography;

Seminar "Fundamentals of Orthodox Culture: the Bible in the history of culture";

Seminar "Organization of work with social and religious groups today";

Seminar "The Lecturer's Skill. The Psychological Aspect of Public Speaking Training"

Seminar "Programs and General Purpose Tools in the Teacher's Work";

Seminar "Creating a Site in the Organization;

Seminar "Principles of Information Security";

Seminar "The Use of Webinar Technology in Education."

Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov

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