Wed, Jun

Representatives of the Academy visited the schoolchildrens

Representatives of the faculty of militia of the Academy of the MIA became participants in a number of school events, among them an educational seminar.

Assistant to the Head of the faculty for work with young people, captain of militia Vladimir Wozniak took part in an educational-methodical seminar at secondary school No. 152 of Minsk. The agenda included issues related to the work on the basis of the school of the center of civil and patriotic education of the Leninsky district. The participants discussed the further development of cooperation between educational institutions and law enforcement agencies.

The cadets of the faculty continue to attend schools in various regions of the republic, from where they come from. For example, future officers visited Pinsk Secondary School No. 12, where they became guests of a cadet celebration. In a solemn atmosphere, students of legal classes took the oath.

- We participate in career guidance work from the first course. Such visits to schools is already our tradition. At meetings with schoolchildren we try to tell in detail and interestingly about the service in the internal affairs bodies, - said the cadet 3 "A" of the course Alexander Esko.

At the same time, cadets are involved in patriotic education and crime prevention in the youth environment. For the solution of such tasks and vocational guidance of students at the faculty for many years there are lecturers group. On the account of one of them (third-year cadets Andrei Burak, Vladislav Lozko, Denis Tarasenko, Viktor Khramenkov) from the beginning of the school year have already visited more than 10 Minsk schools.

- We give our meetings a maximum of interactivity. This approach was adopted from their teachers, - said Victor Khramenkov. - I see that the guys are interested in legal topics. Our listeners ask about the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Frankly, it was precisely such an occupation that I lacked when I was at school.

As the participants of lecture groups note, the work being done is important for the younger generation, which means that the cadets will continue to attend educational institutions.