Capital trade unions-generator of future professions

On February 5, a meeting of the trade union leaders of the capital was held at the House of Trade Unions, where the presentation of the Atlas of New Professions of Kazakhstan and the Kidburg Occupational City of Occupations took place.

In the age of new digital technologies, innovations in labor productivity, changes in the whole conjuncture of mankind, workers and workers in all areas are obliged to make adjustments to their life and adapt to the new realities of our time.

The trade union center of the capital, in the light of a rapidly changing world, believes that the profession of the future, which today is changing attitudes to traditional working conditions and jobs, should not be overlooked.

In this regard, to share the experience gained and tell about the innovations introduced in the country, the speakers before the meeting were: Sayasat Nurbek – Director of the training center of BTS Digital LLP and Pavel Chemeris – Head of the Kidburg Occupations City “Kidburg” project

– According to a study by, more than 60% of university graduates do not work in their specialty for a number of objective and subjective reasons. To date, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan has developed an Atlas of new professions and competencies, so far, in 9 areas that are in demand on the labor market. “Our center is closely involved in this problem, and today we will present you a model developed by our specialists,” said Sayasat Nurbek, director of the training center of BTS Digital LLP.

– According to the comprehensive plan of the main activities of the FPRK for the current year and for the implementation of career guidance projects for children and adolescents, we present to the attention of the audience an interesting project called “Kidburg Occupation City“ Kidburg ”, which is adapted for preschool and school children,” said the project manager Kidburg City of Professions in Nur-Sultan Pavel Cheremis.

The Federation of Trade Unions of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Trade Union Center of Nur-Sultan fully supported the idea of ​​joint efforts in the implementation of these projects among all sectors of the trade unions and made suggestions to optimize the solution of this issue.