Students of Tbilisi public school No. 175 have designed a ‘smart helmet’ for firefighters, which has been recognised as the best innovation at the Junior Achievement Eesti International Exhibition and Sale in the capital of Estonia, Tallinn.
The ‘smart helmet’ will help firefighters to emerge from smokey areas safely. It also detects fire, warns the firefighter in advance and reduces the risk of fatalities or injuries.
Over 6,500 children from 251 public schools throughout Georgia study elective courses in entrepreneurship. Photo: Junior Achievement Georgia.
The Ministry of Education said that with Georgian pupils, Finnish, Swedish, English and Latvian pupils participated in the exhibition which will last until February 11 in Tallinn.
Over 6,500 children from 251 public schools throughout Georgia study elective courses in entrepreneurship. The courses are supported by the organization Junior Achievement Georgia through the project named as Entrepreneurial Education in Europe and Eurasia.
Junior Achievement Georgia provides students with educational materials, provides teachers with training.
The Junior Achievement Company currently organizes a competition called ‘The Best Student Company of Georgia’, which will be held on March 29, 2020. The winning team will travel to Portugal for the European Championship.