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St. Petersburg State MUSEUM of the History of Professional Education

Federal Education Agency

The St. Petersburg Museum of the History of Professional Education (Vocational Training) records the heroic achievements of the Russian tradition of vocational education. It was created in 1980 for the 40th anniversary of the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet « On State Manpower Resources ». The history of vocational training in Russia is closely linked to the history of the country, and each hall of the museum tells one page of this story.

The museum forms a base for research into, and education about, the education system at different levels of vocational training. The museum collection consists of documents (in the form of actual objects, written and graphic items) from the time of Peter I until the present day (1701- the opening of the first school of mathematics and navigation in Moscow).

permanent exhibition St. Petersburg State MUSEUM of the History of Professional Education   St. Petersburg State MUSEUM of the History of Professional Education - permanent exhibition

Exhibitions in the St. Petersburg State MUSEUM of the History of Professional Education in St. Petersburg, Russia.   St. Petersburg State MUSEUM of the History of Professional Education has various exhibitions.

The Museum offers both permanent and temporary exhibitions. The permanent exhibition consists of historical materials about the development of vocational training in Russia and St. Petersburg. The temporary exhibitions form additions to the permanent exhibition and represent, as a rule, the exploration in depth of one or more of the museum’s main themes. The basic types of temporary exhibition are:

• exhibitions about a particular stage in the history of vocational training in Russia
• exhibitions devoted to outstanding people in the history of vocational training in Russia.
• group and one-person exhibitions reflecting the technical creativity of pupils in initial and secondary vocational training.

The museum’s guides regularly give tours of the museum to young people as they complete their education at comprehensive schools, providing full information about technical and trade schools, lyceums and colleges in St. Petersburg and district. The museum regularly holds events which are known as “Professional Decades”. These “decades” are an opportunity for students who are about to choose a profession to speak personally with those who are already in that profession, and also to speak with possible future employers. We believe that this process greatly simplifies the choice of a future profession and improves success in employment.

The Museum’s address is: 191119, St. Petersburg, Ulitsa Marata, 64
(metro station: Ligovsky Prospect)
It is open on weekdays from 10.00 till 17.00, and is closed Saturday and Sunday.
Telephone: 314-19-66, tel/fax: 315-03-72, e-mail: profmuseum@bk.ru
 

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