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Basic principles of designing training system for specialists in demand in territories of advanced socio-economic development

V.G. Lizunkov
80,00 Р

UDC 37.09-042.3:332.1

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.12-20.063    

 

V.G. Lizunkov is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), Ass. Prof. at Yurga Technological Institute — Branch of National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University and at Ural State Economic University e-mail: vladeslave@rambler.ru

 

Presented are results of the authors’ research in the context of principles of projecting the system of training needed specialists on territories of advance development of advanced social economic development (ASED). Presented are three principal stages, characterized internal logic of formation of the system of ASED. Revealed is successive algorithm of variative projecting of the system of training of needed specialists in ASED. Defined are key targets of projecting of the system, and among them are strategic ones, determining by distant results of development of professional training, tactical ones, connecting with changes in the system on stages, and also operational ones, needed for solution of problems in the course of projecting. Described are key features of the system of training needed specialists on ASED, incl. actual skills of future specialists in the sphere of machine building, principal of which are informational, valuable, entrepreneurial and introduction ones. Fixed is, that building of the system of training a specialist, needed on ASED, must be made with the use of projection of named factors as to chosen territory.

Key words: specialists, system of training, ASED, projecting, algorithm, needed cadres.

 

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