Friday, 17 March 2017
CCM will train medical personnel in Russia and the CIS on courses offered by the Norwegian SAFER Foundation
On March 20, Rector of SibSMU Olga Kobyakova, and Executive Director of CCM Global Munirjon Shakirov, opened the course at the Center of Corporate Medicine.

" Offshore-course " – it is the training for doctors and medical assistants who already have training in the field of industrial medicine and work on offshore oil-producing platforms,. This exclusive program is developed by Norwegians and is considered the international standard for training personnel working at remote sites. After training, we will be able to promote this course in Russia and throughout the entire post-Soviet space, mainly Central Asia, "said Olga Kobyakova, rector of the Siberian State Medical University.

As a result of the training, it is planned to train about ten instructors who will be able to train specialists in Russia according to the European program are significantly cheaper than similar ones in Russian. The Director General of the CCM, Sergei Antipov, noted that the course can also be attended by workers without special medical education, but with basic skills in first aid, they are also called "first assistants to the doctor at work".

"Before, we taught medical staff abroad, it was very expensive. The final price of our service was also high. Now the price has decreased, because the training is going on the basis of our center, "said Sergey Antipov, general director of the CCM.