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«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk

«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk

From November, 14 till November, 16 the Interuniversity championship of professional skills in the competence «Use of radar and SARP for ensuring safety of navigation» was held in Novosibirsk. The Championship was held according to the standards of the Union of Young Professionals of World Skills Russia, the official operator of the international movement World Skills International, whose mission is to improve training standards. This is the first competition of this format for seafarers.

5th year navigation cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk represented the Nevelskoy MSU there.

Denis and Nikita scored the same number of points and eventually won first place!

The competition consisted of three modules: a test with 20 practical tasks, the module on the use of maneuvering board for manual graphical passing with three goals at the same time and the module on the passing with the goals using the ARPA (Automatic Radar Plotting Aids).

The competition was held in the NTPro 4000 navigation bridge simulator manufactured by Transas.


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22 november 2017 year


«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk«Young Professionals of World Skills Russia»: winners are cadets Nikita Zinoviev and Denis Mikityuk