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The University of Civil Protection of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus

 

The University of Civil Protection of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus carries out the activities in training experts in the field of emergency response to natural and man-made disasters, industrial safety and civil defense.

The University is one of the leading educational establishments of higher education. The University provides:

1.     The first step of higher education (bachelor degree);

2.     The second step of higher education (master degree);

3.     Postgraduate education;

4.     Retraining on the basis of higher education;

5.     Qualification upgrading (short-term courses).

Qualification upgrading of foreign specialists has been conducted since 2003. The University has a modern training field for practical exercises. Its 34 training fields and grounds make it possible to imitate and simulate a wide range of different emergencies.

At present more than 4 600 specialists from 49 countries have undergone training at the University.

The University has close cooperation in the framework of educational projects implementation with such international organizations as: International Civil Defense Organization (ICDO), Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), European Commission (EC), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and others.

There is a wide range of training courses developed by our teaching staff. If necessary the existing programs can be amended or new programs can be developed to satisfy the needs of a customer.

The training groups are formed by 5-16 specialists. Tuition fee for training is calculated individually for each customer and may include the following services as the parties agree: meeting at the National Airport “Minsk”, seeing off after graduation, three meals a day at our canteen; special uniform and footwear for practical training at the training field; printed handouts for the training program; stationery set; access to the Internet; the use of sports facilities; medical help at the university medical centre; cultural and sightseeing activities on weekend; group photo with the leadership.

Cost for training includes: for one-week course – not more than US $ 650 dollars for one person; for the two-week course – not more than US $ 1250 for a person (including all the services mentioned above).

In case the University hostel rooms are available the trainees may live at the hostel. The cost of accommodation for a person is as follows: US $ 18 a night (single room) or US $ 15 a night (double room).

Accommodation can be also arranged in Minsk and other Belarusian cities and towns. In this case the customer pays all the expenses and the University will provide transfer from a hotel to the place of study.

The training can be organized:

-  in the Russian language, with translation into English (an interpreter will be provided by the University;

-  in the national languages of trainees  (an interpreter can arrive together with the group or be hired on a fee basis).

Contacts:

International relations sector: oic@ucp.by

Mrs. Surykava +375-177-76-50-75, +375-29-611-23-16;

Mr. Lemyasheuski +375-17-345-44-46.

Marketing sector: smippk@ucp.by

Mrs. Valatouskaya +375-177-77-58, +375-29-696-42-17;

Mrs. Hancharyk +375-177-77-27-59.

Educational programs of higher education

Bachelor degree

Specialtytitle

Durationofstudy

full-timelearning

distancelearning

1.    

1-94 01 01 “Prevention and elimination of emergencies” for “Bachelor of Engineering”

4 years

5 years

2.    

1-94 02 02 “Fire and industrial safety” for  “Bachelor of Engineering”

Masterdegree

Specialtytitle

Durationofstudy

full-timelearning

distancelearning

3.    

1-94 80 01 “Prevention and elimination of emergencies”, degree -  Master of Engineering

1 year

2 years

4.    

1-94 81 01  “Management of emergency prevention”, degree - Master of Management

5.    

1-94 81 02 “Elimination of emergency situations and civil defense”, degree - Master of Management

6.    

1-94 81 03 “Information and analytical support of emergency bodies and subunits”, degree - Master of Management

Postgraduate education

Special tytitle

7.    

05.26.02 “Safety in case of emergency situations”

8.    

05.26.03 “Fire and industrial safety”

9.    

05.26.07 “Civil defence”

 

 

Retraining programs for managers and 
specialists with higher education

Special tytitle

Duration of study (distance learning)

10.

1-94 02 72 “Engineering of safety construction” for “Engineer in safety” qualification

1,5 year

11.

1-94 02 71 “Industrial safety” for  “Engineer in industrial safety” qualification

12.

1-94 01 71 “Prevention and elimination of emergencies” for “Engineer in prevention and elimination of emergencies” qualification

13.

1-24 01 71 “Jurisprudence” for “Lawyer” qualification

14.

1-59 01 06 “Labor safety in non-productive branch of industry” “Specialist in labor safety” qualification

TRAINING COURSES

OIL, GAS, LPG

Coursetitle

Duration, hours

Duration, days

15.

Fire-extinguishing at the objects of storage, transportation and refining of oil products and LPG

80

11

16.

Prevention actions and elimination of emergencies at gas pipe lines

36

5

17.

Fire extinguishing at oil and LPG storage facilities

80/36

11/5

18.

Tactics of sublevel way of oil and petroleum product extinguishing in tanks not equipped with fire-extinguishing system

36

5

19.

Firefighting of oil, oil products and gas at the storage facilities

60/36

12/5

20.

Elimination of oil spills on water surface

36

5

21.

Fire-extinguishing on the tanks for oil and oil product storage with maximum size of mirrored surface

36

5



CBRN, HAZMAT

22.

Hazardous chemical substances incidents response (in Russian and English)

64

12

23.

Incident response involving chemical, biological, radioactive and nuclear substances (in accordance with the NATO Civil Emergency Planning and Civil Protection Committee recommendations) (in Russian and English)

68/36

12/5

24.

Incident response involving chemical, biological, radioactive and nuclear substances.

64

12

25.

First responders at the event of radiological emergencies (based on the IAEA-guidelines  for first responders at the event of a radiological emergencies).

60/40

11/5

26.

Chemical weapons protection (joint basic and advanced course on assistance and protection) (according the OPCW recommendations).

58

10

27.

Chemical Weapons Protection.

36

5

28.

Elimination of emergencies involving hazardous chemicals and radioactive substances.

36

5

29.

Hazardous goods transportation accidents response. Emergency response involving transportation of dangerous goods.

62

11

30.

Hazardous chemical and radiation materials response.

36

5

31.

Rescue operations in the areas of chemical contamination.

38

5

32.

Organization and conducting of rescue operations in the areas of radioactive and chemical contamination.

106

26

33.

Rescue operations in areas of radioactive contamination.

36

5

34.

Specialists, responsible for radiation safety and control.

64

12

35.

Radiation supervisor-chemist.

76

12

36.

Radiological incidents response.

68/36

11/5

37.

Accident response involving spills of hazardous materials

70

12



TRANSPORT EMERGENCIES

Coursetitle

Duration, hours

Duration, days

38.

Rescueactionsattransport

70/36

12/5

39.

Tactics of extinguishing and conducting urgent rescue operations at railway transport

38

5

40.

Rescue and firefighting operations on aircrafts and civil aviation facilities (in accordance with the standards and recommendations of International Civil Aviation Organization).

70/36

12/5

41.

Fire-fighting workers on civil aviation facilities.

68/36

11/5

42.

Pressure-fed fuel fire drills. Human performance, including team coordination (aircraft training).

18

3

43.

Organization of search and rescue activities in aviation emergencies (for operative-tactics specialists).

62

12

44.

Rescue training and aid rendering for passengers of aircraft in case of aviation event.

12

2

45.

Training in conducting rescue operations and the use of rescue equipment (cabin crew members)

16

2

46.

Training in conducting rescue operations and the use of rescue equipment (pilots)

14

2



ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCIES

47.

Actions of rescue units in case of earthquakes

72

11

48.

Forest fire extinguishing with aviation

156

23

49.

Forest fire extinguishing with aviation (for firefighters paratroopers)

36

5



INDUSTRIAL EMERGENCIES

50.

Rescue actions incollapsed buildings

60/36

12/5

51.

Rescue actions in multistoried buildings (basic)

74/36

12/5

52.

Rescue actions in collapsed buildings, on transport and in multistoried buildings

70

11

53.

Rescue actions  in emergency area ( rescue actions instructor)

60

12

54.

Fire extinguishing and rescue work conducting

72/36

12/5

55.

Operations on emergencies response with the use 
of rescue tools and equipment

74

12

56.

Conducting rescue actions in the environment unsuitable for breathing

72/36

12/5

57.

The use of rescue equipment and tools at emergency situations response

52

9



INCIDENT & SERVICE MANAGEMENT

Course title

Duration, hours

Duration, days

58.

Emergency response management (in Russian and English)

78

12

59.

Management of fire and rescue incidents

36

5

60.

Monitoring and forecasting of emergency situations

56/38

12/5

61.

Management of operative and tactical activity

64/40

12/5

62.

Ecological emergency response management

38

5

63.

Management in functioning of the state system on emergency prevention and elimination and civil defense

72

12

64.

Basics of management and decision making

80

12

65.

Theoretic and psychological basis of management

68/38

12/5

66.

Management of supervising activity on population and area protection from natural and man-made emergencies and  civil protection activity

72

12

67.

Management in scientific and educational activity of emergency bodies and subdivisions

68/38

12/5

68.

Management of economic, financial and logistical activities of the bodies and subdivisions of emergency service

72

12

69.

Rescue, firefighting and management activities

36

5

70.

Evacuation activities

40

5

71.

The use of forces and means in emergencies

130

18



SPECIALIZED COURSES

72.

Rescuer-firefighter

530

90

73.

Automobilecraneoperator  Category 7

92

19

74.

Automobilecraneoperator  Category 6

674

150

75.

Firefighter-trooper  Category 6

254

47

76.

Industrial climber Category 5

98

12

77.

Industrial climber with tree work skills  

128

18

78.

Mobile electric power plant driver Category 4

160

23

79.

Lift truck and auto hydraulic ram driver Category 4

624

97

80.

Combat and special vehicle driver

160

23

81.

Fishing boat

160

23

82.

Safe fire extinguishing at electrical installations under voltage from 0.22 kV to 110 kV inclusive

156

18



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