LOGISTICS

 

1. The existence and characteristics of school premises

    The number of classrooms, laboratories, specialized halls, the polygons and sports bases provide training of students under approved plan tuition.

The preparation of students is carried out with the following didactic logistics:

48 classrooms and school offices;

5 laboratories: 2 Informatics laboratories, one connected to the INTERNET, 2 language laboratories and a Regional Resource Learning Center which is intended for the improvement and maintenance of language skills;

12 specialty rooms;

2 sports bases;

1 gym;

3 libraries;

3 driving polygons  ;

1 firing range with portable infantry weaponry;

1 training polygon within the barracks.

 

2. Equipping of the school premises

    The school premises are equipped according to the existing norms, taking into account the number of students/course attendants.

The school premises are equipped according to the existing norms, each classroom being provided with appropriate furniture. In the school offices there are equipment and materials that support the specific training for each of the qualifications.

The classes are organized based on the maximum number of students (minimum 15 students/class), which are equipped according to modern standards. The classrooms can be rearranged as to meet the required number of students. In the laboratories, school offices, workshops there are provided optimal conditions for the development of the activities in groups of study.

 

3. Accessibility of the school premises

    All school premises are appropriately signaled, thus each compartment, as well as the classrooms, laboratories, school offices, workshops can be easily identified.

 

4. The use of school premises

    School spaces are used according to their destination, according to the study groups, to the schedule and the displayed program.

 

5. The existence, characteristics and administrative spaces functionality

  The administrative spaces are organized and equipped according to the type of activity: appropriate furniture, cabinets for documents, sealed metal cabinets, computers, printers, communication facilities (fax, telephone), and access to INTERNET.

 

 6. The existence, characteristics and functionality of the auxiliary premises

    The school has got: 2 mess halls, 2 kitchens, 93 bedrooms, laundry, lockers, toilets meeting the requirements of the curricula, the number of students and the type and form of education.

    The school has got three libraries, each having an adequate space for proper operation, including the reading room.

    The school has got 2 medical offices and a dispensary equipped in accordance with the existing regulations.

 

7. The accessibility and the use of auxiliary premises

    Auxiliary spaces are accessible for all students, according to the schedule and the syllabus, using access cards and they are used according to their destination and schedule and they are issued on a monthly basis. The access to the library is granted by a flexible, timetable, giving students and course attendants the opportunity to study the bibliography required by the disciplines.

 

8. Fitting with means of education and curriculum support

    The educational resources are adequate for those qualifications that the students are to be trained. The school provides extra-curricular needs for education: educational software, apparatus for measuring electrical, non-electric, and magnetic quantities, mechanical parts, equipment and facilities used for teaching purposes, etc.

 

 9. The school library fund

    The specialized library book fund (unclassified military literature) is about 14.688 volumes, and that of the encyclopedic library is 24.182 volumes, satisfying the requirements of the educational process.

 

10.  Equipping with computer and communication technology.

    In the educational process modern means of teaching-learning (laptops and projectors) are used.  Most of the topics and classes are designed and taught through the use of information and communication technologies. In teaching PowerPoint presentations are used, and, within the institution, there is a functional INTERNET access computer network disposed in laboratories. In the school there is also a network of INTERNET access in the accommodations which is for the exclusive use of students/course attendants.

 

 

CLASSROOMS

           

 

MUSEUM             
LABORATORIES               
                     
              
LIBRARY  
                 
TRAINING ROOM
ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES               
             
FIRING RAGES