Despite the progress in the post-industrial era, the modern world is still in need of blue-collar workers - those who are good at working with both their brain and hands. They are those who construct and maintain buildings, fix cars, manage complex industrial machines, and are engaged in logistics and labor protection. At he Institute, you can receive both secondary vocational (Russian "collegiate") and higher education. There are also two Master Programs (Service Station Management and Transportation Management) and a post-graduate program.
The Institute has a state-of-the-art infrastructure that includes 14 laboratories of engineering and technical profiles: technical assessment and repair of motor vehicles; metrology and standardization; strength of materials and structures; electrical engineering and electronics; road surface assessment and traffic flow measurement; oil and gas equipment maintenance; mechanical engineering; mechanical processing; mechatronics; and others.
There is a Research and Education Center (REC) for Mechanical Engineering and Shipbuilding at the Institute. The infrastructure of the Institute includes a unique aviation center for training and retraining of specialists for the aviation industry with a real, decommissioned, Boeing 737 aircraft.