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.
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.