Marine Recruiting Agency takes on a project of training crane specialists in Estonia
On July 16, Marine Recruiting Agency LLC (MRA, a company of UCL Holding) takes on a project of training crane specialists following operation at transport/logistics facilities and port terminals of Europe. MRA says the training will be held as part of a joint project on professional training of Estonia’s Russian-speaking population being implemented together with consulting company CONSERAS OÜ.
MRA Training Center has tailored its training course “Operator of articulating crane” to meet technical capabilities of the customer and professional level of future crane operators.
Throughout the coming month the Agency specialists will hold theoretical and practical training in Sillamäe (Estonia). Upon completion of the course and the tests the students will obtain certificates of European standard.
In the beginning of 2018, MRA and CONSERAS came to a joint decision to develop cooperation and kick off the project on professional training of Estonia’s Russian-speaking population. This partnership has already allowed MRA arrange training of Estonian companies’ engineering personnel under the “Safe methods of working at height” and “Slinging operations” programmes.
OOO Marine Recruiting Agency is a recruiting company representing interests of transport logistic, construction and other companies of North-Western region in sphere of recruiting, training and provision of temporary personnel. MRA was established in 2001 and is a subsidiary OAO Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg JSC. Since January 01, 2016 the company has been accredited by Federal Service on Labour and Employment for performing the activities related to provision of personnel.
The Agency has its own Training Centre with its own technical infrastructure. Its functions are primary training, re-qualification and advanced training on the basis of various educational programmes.
Conseras OÜ is a consulting company involved in professional, scientific and technological activities at the city of Sillamae (Estonia).