Classes at Nisha University
At the request of the deans of the Belgrade and Nish Universities and the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Semun, the RSGC continues to organize classes at the specialized faculties of these universities for the third year in a row. This time, in November, the staff of the Center, Aleksandr Dzubov, Stanislav Isayev and Pavel Shevlyakov, spent a whole cycle of classes – 3 days for two hours at the Faculty of Occupational Safety at the University of Nis. They shared their practical experience during participation, both in search and rescue operations, and topics of classes: "Specialities of rescue work in extreme climatic conditions – the far north of Russia," "Search operation at the crash site of the ship "Bulgaria" in 2011 on the Volga River," "Specials of first aid in emergency." And prepared presentations and video materials were interesting not only for students, but also for the teaching staff.
Seeing the great interest of both the faculty and students of Serbian universities in these classes, the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center will continue this practice, deepening the knowledge of young people and instilling in them an interest in the chosen specialty.