INTAMT – MISSION

  • Promoting mutual understanding and trust between different countries.
  • Transforming the concept “From an education for life to lifelong learning” into action.
  • Exploring innovative international experiences and ensuring  effective cooperation in the fields of education, science, technology, business and public administration.

CHALLENGES

  • Scientific and technological revolution in all areas of human activity i.e. digital transformation.
  • Drastic “knowledge ageing”.
  • Increasing gaps between social and technological development in different countries and different social groups of populations in those countries.
  • Global threats requiring resolute joint action.
 

INNOVATIONS

  • System-oriented analysis of innovative technologies and ‘best practices’ studying is the best possible way to achieve qualitative shifts and excellent results.
  • Partners of projects implemented by INTAMT are leading innovative educational institutions, organizations and companies from all over the world.
 

STRATEGY

  • We are always one step ahead of our customers.
  • We study world trends in education, science and technology developments to ascertain which are the most relevant topics and to design new educational services.
  • We expand partner networks of educational and research organizations and companies, state agencies and administrative bodies to ensure international cooperation.
 

IMPACT

  • INTAMT is a respected organization in the international educational services market.
  • INTAMT has organized approximately  600 professional development study tours and seminar programs in 24 countries with more than 6500 participants.
  • As a lead organization INTAMT has successfully implemented several international scientific, educational, marketing and adoption projects.
  • Participants of INTAMT projects actively convert acquired knowledge and best practices into action.
 

INTAMT – MISSION

  • Promoting mutual understanding and trust between different countries.
  • Transforming the concept “From an education for life to lifelong learning” into action.
  • Exploring innovative international experiences and ensuring  effective cooperation in the fields of education, science, technology, business and public administration.

CHALLENGES

  • Scientific and technological revolution in all areas of human activity i.e. digital transformation.
  • Drastic “knowledge ageing”.
  • Increasing gaps between social and technological development in different countries and different social groups of populations in those countries.
  • Global threats requiring resolute joint action.

INNOVATIONS

  • System-oriented analysis of innovative technologies and best practices’ studying is the best possible way to achieve qualitative shifts and excellent results.
  • Partners of projects implemented by INTAMT are leading innovative educational institutions, organizations and companies all over the world.

STRATEGY

  • We are always one step ahead of our customers.
  • We study world trends in education, science and technology developments to ascertain which are the most relevant topics and to design new educational services.
  • We expand partner networks of educational and research organizations and companies, state agencies and administrative bodies to ensure international cooperation.

IMPACT

  • INTAMT is a respected organization in the international educational services market.
  • INTAMT has organized approximately  600 professional development study tours and seminar programs in 24 countries with more than 6500 participants.
  • As a lead organization INTAMT has successfully implemented several international scientific, educational, marketing and adoption projects.
  • Participants of INTAMT projects actively convert acquired knowledge and best practices into action.

Latest News

World Bank Project “Development of Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery”

INTAMT Academy won the bid for the World Bank Project “Development of tools on implementing Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery to pregnant women, women in labor, new mothers and newborns into practical healthcare of the Republic of Kazakhstan” (Reference No.: SHIP-2.2/CS-03/1). The project is a joint initiative co-financed by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan and World Bank.

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DISEMEX Sixth Project Meeting

The sixth DISEMEX TPM has successfully finished in Glasgow. A two-day event organised by the project partner 36.6. Competence Center Scotland that took place in Glasgow Clyde College, included besides management and coordination issues three visits to the best practice institutions in the region.

These institutions are:
Fortune Works/enable Glasgow, Remploy Scotland, Quarriers

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DISEMEX + EAST: New Inclusion Project has been started

On 5 July 2019, INTAMT launched a new DISEMEX + East project to promote the professional inclusion of people with disabilities. The project is co-financed by the German Federal Foreign Office within the framework of the federal programme for expanding cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Russia and represents an extension of the consortium to the EU project DISEMEX.

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Upcoming events

International Conference “Disability Employment Expert + East – Together For Inclusion”

On 19 September 2019, INTAMT is organising an international conference on professional inclusion, supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany within the framework of the program for development of cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Russia, under the motto “DISEMEX+East – Together for inclusion”. At the event, numerous members of the DISEMEX and DISEMEX + East projects will present the international experiences from their countries.

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Professional inclusion of people with disabilities: Presentation of innovative best practice examples

From 18 to 20 September 2019, INTAMT is organising a three-day international meeting in conjunction with the trade fair Rehacare International 2019. Numerous members of the European DISEMEX and DISEMEX + EAST project consortiums from 16 countries will come to Düsseldorf to exchange best practice examples in the field of professional inclusion of people with disabilities. The highlight of the multi-days-programme is the international conference “Strengthening Inclusion Together”.

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Rehabilitation and social inclusion of people with disabilities

From 16 to 21 September 2019, the INTAMT Academy is organising a series of seminars on the subject of “European experience in the rehabilitation of people with disabilities” in the framework of REHACARE INTERNATIONAL 2019 – the world’s largest trade fair in this field. The trade fair focuses on the rehabilitation, prevention, social integration and care of the elderly and people with disabilities. Reha-producers from 40 countries will present their innovative products that are designed to make life easier for people with disabilities.

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Past events

Planning, construction and operation of public playgrounds for children

INTAMT Academy has successfully completed a study tour for department heads of the State administrative and technical Supervisory Authority of the Moscow Region (Russian Federation) on the topic “Planning, construction and operation of public playgrounds for children”. The participants appreciated the quality and practical orientation of the study tour programme.

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Innovations in design of public spaces

A three-day study tour of the delegation from the Ministry of Urban Development of the Moscow Region, led by the Minister, Mikhail Khaikin, took place from 8 to 10 August in the Bavarian capital. Mikhail Khaikin, participated. As part of the itenerary the delegation visited several parks and new development areas in Munich and exchanged experience with their German colleagues: landscape architects and managers of city green areas.

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Structure and Patient Management in Multidisciplinary Emergency Hospitals

The INTAMT Academy has conducted a one-week seminar on “Organization of Outpatient and Inpatient Medical Care: Structure and Patient Management in Multidisciplinary Emergency Hospitals”. The seminar was attended by leading doctors and experts in medical management of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus and Kazakhstan.

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Projects

Planning, construction and operation of public playgrounds for children

INTAMT Academy has successfully completed a study tour for department heads of the State administrative and technical Supervisory Authority of the Moscow Region (Russian Federation) on the topic “Planning, construction and operation of public playgrounds for children”. The participants appreciated the quality and practical orientation of the study tour programme.

International Conference “Disability Employment Expert + East – Together For Inclusion”

On 19 September 2019, INTAMT is organising an international conference on professional inclusion, supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany within the framework of the program for development of cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Russia, under the motto “DISEMEX+East – Together for inclusion”. At the event, numerous members of the DISEMEX and DISEMEX + East projects will present the international experiences from their countries.

Innovations in design of public spaces

A three-day study tour of the delegation from the Ministry of Urban Development of the Moscow Region, led by the Minister, Mikhail Khaikin, took place from 8 to 10 August in the Bavarian capital. Mikhail Khaikin, participated. As part of the itenerary the delegation visited several parks and new development areas in Munich and exchanged experience with their German colleagues: landscape architects and managers of city green areas.

World Bank Project “Development of Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery”

INTAMT Academy won the bid for the World Bank Project “Development of tools on implementing Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery to pregnant women, women in labor, new mothers and newborns into practical healthcare of the Republic of Kazakhstan” (Reference No.: SHIP-2.2/CS-03/1). The project is a joint initiative co-financed by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan and World Bank.

Professional inclusion of people with disabilities: Presentation of innovative best practice examples

From 18 to 20 September 2019, INTAMT is organising a three-day international meeting in conjunction with the trade fair Rehacare International 2019. Numerous members of the European DISEMEX and DISEMEX + EAST project consortiums from 16 countries will come to Düsseldorf to exchange best practice examples in the field of professional inclusion of people with disabilities. The highlight of the multi-days-programme is the international conference “Strengthening Inclusion Together”.

DISEMEX Sixth Project Meeting

The sixth DISEMEX TPM has successfully finished in Glasgow. A two-day event organised by the project partner 36.6. Competence Center Scotland that took place in Glasgow Clyde College, included besides management and coordination issues three visits to the best practice institutions in the region.

These institutions are:
Fortune Works/enable Glasgow, Remploy Scotland, Quarriers

DISEMEX + EAST: New Inclusion Project has been started

On 5 July 2019, INTAMT launched a new DISEMEX + East project to promote the professional inclusion of people with disabilities. The project is co-financed by the German Federal Foreign Office within the framework of the federal programme for expanding cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Russia and represents an extension of the consortium to the EU project DISEMEX.

Digital University: Development of digital technologies at leading European universities

In Summer 2018, INTAMT Academy organized and conducted a multilevel professional development tour for two delegations from a prestigious L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Astana, Kazakhstan). The delegations included members of University’s senior management staff, faculty deans and leading researchers.

Structure and Patient Management in Multidisciplinary Emergency Hospitals

The INTAMT Academy has conducted a one-week seminar on “Organization of Outpatient and Inpatient Medical Care: Structure and Patient Management in Multidisciplinary Emergency Hospitals”. The seminar was attended by leading doctors and experts in medical management of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus and Kazakhstan.

DISEMEX Fifth Project Meeting

The 5th DISEMEX TPM took place in Palermo as a two-day event organised by the project partner CEIPES. The meeting included a management part, presentations of best practice cases and a visit to the best practice institution, active in fostering the work inclusion of people with disabilities.

In the course of the TPM, the participants were able to get to know a total of four best practice institutions from the Palermo area.

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