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21 komoraSTANDING CONFERENCE OF TOWNS AND MUNICIPALITIES (SCTM) The SCTM is a national association of all local governments in Serbia, with a mission to create efficient, sustainable and democratic local government in Serbia by joint efforts with towns and municipalities, and through achieving high quality performance in serving the needs of its members. The bodies and organs of the SCTM are constituted of the mayors and presidents of municipal assemblies or their authorized representatives. One of the numerous areas in which SCTM provides advocacy and capacity building services to its members is urbanism through its Committee on Urbanism and Housing (representatives of 31 LGs) and the Department of Communal and Environmental Issues (within the Secretariat). SCTM facilitates the implementation of a number of donor projects relevant both for towns and municipalities and for the overall improvement of local government in Serbia in cooperation with national and international (Council of Europe, CLRAE, EU-CoR, CEMR, NALAS, etc.) institutions.

SERBIAN CHAMBER OF ENGINEERS (SCE) The Law on Planning and Construction (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 47/2003 and 34/2006) regulates the establishment of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers with its seat in Belgrade. The Chamber was established to improve conditions for the performance of professional work in the field of spatial and city planning, design and construction, and in other fields of relevance for planning and construction; to protect general and individual interests in these fields; to organize rendering of services in these fields, and also to achieve other objectives set by the Chamber Statute. The members of the Chamber are university graduate engineers of architecture, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical, transport and other technical engineers, as well as university graduate space planners, who hold the licence issued by the Chamber.

22 fiat-srbijaFIAT AUTOMOTIVE SERBIA (FAS) Fiat Automotive Serbia is an Italian company which is reviving the automotive industry in Serbia. Italy’s car giant Fiat will invest about 700 million  EUR  for this purpose. FIAT plans to introduce two new car models in Serbia. The test series needs to start in 2011. Production will start at 200.000 cars per year – close to Zastava’s peak output before the 1990s wars – and could soon increase to 300.000 vehicles per year. For achieving this goal, a competent labor force is necessary.


23 kOMORAREGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE KRAGUJEVAC (RCCK) RCCK provides professional support to its members to solve their particular problems, promote their production programs at fairs and exhibitions both in the country and abroad, establish cooperation among domestic and foreign partners through contacts with foreign chambers, various representative offices and embassies of foreign countries. The vision of RCCK is to build Central Serbia as an integrated competitive region for business operations on the Internal market of the EU. Its goals are:

  • Restructuring of the existing economy into market orientated economy based on know-how
  • Enhancing economic competitiveness according to European standards
  • Increasing business investment activities in order to boost employment of the labor force and production capacities.

Its mission is to represent, support and promote business entities and the economic potential of the Central Serbi region in the EU market.

REGIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUSTER OF CENTRAL SERBIA (RACCS) The Regional Automotive Cluster of Central Serbia includes companies and institutions that produce automotive parts and components, respectively providing services in the automotive sector. Its members are the most significant companies – suppliers in the automotive industry from the territory of Central Serbia. Its aim is to provide support in strengthening the competitiveness of its members, achieving a profitable positioning within the supplier value chain of international car producers and effecting indirectly the enhancement of the economic situation within the whole automotive supplier sector.

31 DJaksicSREDNJA SKOLA "DJURA JAKSIC" RACA The High school ”Djura Jaksic” was founded 90 years ago and it has had a long tradition in education in the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering. There are four different educational profiles in our school: 1. grammar school, 2. tourism technician, 3. computer electrician and 4. car electrician. the computer electrician profile was introduced five years ago and many students choose it because of the syllabus and the latest technical achievements and possibilities it offers. There are three specialized classrooms with up-to-date computer and other technical equipment. The pupils who attend the car electrician profile (profile for automotive engineering) have the new syllabus emphasizing the practical use of knowledge, with less theory and more practical work. Classes of practical work are held in JURA Corporation, an automotive engineering company, which the school cooperates with.

32 PolitehnickaPOLYTECHNIC SCHOOL KRAGUJEVAC The Polytechnic School is the oldest (March 14th 1854) vocational school in the Balkans. It is located in the centre of Kragujevac, and it is an integral part of the town. The School bore the name Technical School for mechanical engineering and transportation until recently. It was renamed in September 2008 and since then it bares the name Polytechnic School. The school, today, has about 1700 students who are being educated in two fields of work: mechanical engineering with metal processing and the field of transportation. They are being prepared and educated for 3-year and 4- year job profiles. The Ministry of Education and Sports of the Republic of Serbia has been supporting the reform of the development of the modern system of vocational education since 2003, which stimulates, and furthermore, provides continuous improvement and lifetime learning. The reputation of the school represents a connection between former, current and future students and employees.

33 Gornji MilanovacTECHNICAL SCHOOL JOVAN ZUJOVIC GORNJI MILANOVAC The Technical school "Jovan Zujovic" in Gornji Milanovac was established in 1961. Its name was the School centre for metal studies. It was a school for students who would work in firms predominantly in Gornji Milanovac. The industry of the town was rapidly growing. The most popular firms in which our students worked during the studies were: "Takovo", "FAD" (spare parts for automotive industry), "Metalac", "Rudnik", "Zvezda", "Graditelj", "Tipoplastika" (plastic parts for automobiles), "Tetrapak" etc. Today the Technical school "Jovan Zujovic" has about 520 students and 20 classes. They have five fields of study: mechanical engineering, electric engineering, food making, chemistry and graphic studies. Our students become computer constructors, auto-mechanics, operators of metal machining, technicians of mechatronics, they make food and are able to protect the environment. The school is very active in the programme of innovations in secondary schools.

34 TrstenikTECHNICAL SCHOOL TRSTENIK It is a secondary vocational school established in 1950 with three educational fields: mechanical engineering and metal processing, electric engineering and economics. In the academic year 2010/11, the School is being attended by 765 full-time students and (80) full-time teachers and associates. In addition to full-time education, the school meets the needs of social partners and  provides part-time education: additional qualifications, retraining and one-year specialist training, in engineering, primarily for IHP “Prva petoletka” Trstenik (manufacturer of hydraulic and pneumatic components). The School collaborated with an Educational Centre from Velenje, Slovenia, in the design and construction of teaching aids and materials for mechatronics and exhibited them in an Education Fair in 2008. The School wishes to meet the requirements of the labour market and the needs and wishes of students and their parents for further education and improvement.