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Serbian railway specialists joined Russian Railways training program
Last week, the heads of Railway Infrastructure of Serbia and Belgrade branch of RZD International discussed with the delegation of the Corporate University of Russian Railways the possibilities and prospects for cooperation in organizing advanced training programs for senior managers of the Serbian company.

During the event, the participants visited the Regional Information and Training Center established by RZD International last year, where modern digital technologies for railway infrastructure operating are exposed. These technologies will be used during the creation of the Unified Dispatch Center in Serbia.

In addition, 20 managers of various divisions of the Railway Infrastructure of Serbia took part in the training of the Corporate University of Russian Railways on the art of negotiations. The two-day intensive course was held with the use of interactive individual and group assignments, practicing negotiation techniques and strategies.
The Corporate University of Russian Railways has been operating successfully for more than 10 years. Its unique training programs are based on MBA principles and are on the same level. The courses are prepared specifically for the advanced training of top- and middle-class managers of Russian Railways Holding.

Sergey Stolyarov, Director General of RZD International: “One of the peculiarities of our company's work in any country is the organization of training for railway specialists of all levels for effective work on the newly built infrastructure. We work closely with our clients and transfer our experience and knowledge to colleagues during the construction process. For this purpose, the Information and Training Сenter was also established in Belgrade. In addition, we organize professional training for railmen in Russian educational institutions, the benefits of which have already been appreciated by the students from Serbia”.

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Date of publication: 19.04.2021

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