Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia visited the construction site of Zestaponi Construction College Konstructori today to get updated about the progress of its construction.
It is a joint project of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia together with m2 – development company – with a total investment value of 3 MLN GEL.
With its 11 short-term vocational education programs, the College will annually release almost 600 certified graduates, while the State Program will deliver the college diploma trainings in occupational safety and environmental technologies. Project envisages the injection of construction sector professionals to the industry and their ultimate employment.
“The construction college, which will receive the first stream from 2019, is the m2 corporate social responsibility project, which, along with the development of the construction sphere, is important for employing the local population. The college will give young people the opportunity to make the right choices and become professionals;
We will do our utmost to get practical experience with the theoretical knowledge of the highest standard and become a competitive work force in the labor market.
We believe that soon the college will become a vocational educational institution of international importance, which is an important stimulus for interested students in the field of construction and in order to develop a timely and necessary step in the field of development, “says Irakli Burdiladze, General Director of m2.
College will employ almost 50 teachers and about 30 administrative staff. Construction of the college is in its final phase and first admission will be held in 2019.