A driving school for people with disabilities has ...

A driving school for people with disabilities has started operating on the basis of OSUIA


For the formed group of those wishing to obtain a driver's license, the first class of the theoretical module was held october 25.


The students were congratulated on the start of their studies by the head of the Supervisory Board of the State Department of Internal Affairs, People's Deputy of Ukraine Oleksiy Leonov, People's Deputy of Ukraine Stepan Chernyavskyi, deputy of the Odesa District Council Arkadiy Mkrtychyan and head of the RSC of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Odesa Oblast Mykhailo Kozlovskyi.



The Rector of the university, Dmytro Shvets, noted that one of the terrible consequences of the war, which, unfortunately, continues, was a sharp increase in the number of citizens who received mutilations: "The task of society is to provide these people with an appropriate quality of life: to give them the opportunity to continue their education, find interesting work, create conditions for career growth".



- That is why we are happy to join the flagship project of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine "Driving schools for people with disabilities", as part of the nationwide initiative of the first lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska, - added the rector of the university.



Addressing the listeners, Oleksiy Leonov wished for an easy, fruitful study and for their hopes to be realized, because this is an opportunity to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills that can help them master a new profession in the future.



"The project is designed to create equal opportunities for everyone. The university's driving school for persons with disabilities has a very good educational base, professional teachers work, classes are held taking into account all the needs of course participants. We have also done everything possible to ensure that everyone has access to public services. All service centers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Odesa are equipped with ramps, a staff call button and parking spaces. We are working to ensure proper conditions for persons with disabilities in all units," said Mykhailo Kozlovskyi.