Stimulation of Future Specialists’ Continuous Professional Training in Northern Educational Complex Conditions
 
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Nefteyugansk Industrial College, RUSSIA
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Yugra State University, RUSSIA
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Surgut State University, RUSSIA
Online publish date: 2017-10-20
Publish date: 2017-10-20
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1505–1512
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The urgency of the problem under investigation is conditioned by the need for future specialists continuous professional training implementation in the northern educational complex “college - university” conditions and inadequate elaboration of the theoretical-methodological, content-technological and scientific-methodical managerial aspects of its stimulation process. The paper purpose is to develop a stimulation model for future specialists’ continuous professional training in the northern educational complex conditions on the system-activity approach basis and its effectiveness proving in approbation. the study leading methods are the pedagogical experiment and simulation that allow to study the problem of managing the stimulating process of future specialists continuous professional training in the northern educational complex “college - university” conditions in a complex way, to prove the proposed model effectiveness. The paper presents the stimulation dynamic model for future specialists’ continuous professional training in the northern educational complex condition, consisting of interconnected units: epistemological, axiological and reflexive ones; their features are revealed, the efficiency according to the selected criteria is determined; an algorithm for implementing this model has been developed. Practical significance: The model is aimed at stimulating of future specialists’ continuous professional training and is focused on the scientific and methodological support development of its functioning. The paper materials are of practical value for heads of educational institutions of higher and secondary professional education, as well as for institutions of additional professional education.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Lyudmila V. Nesterova   
Academic Department of Theory and Methods of Higher Qualification Personal Professional Training, Yugra State University, Khanty Mansiysk, Russia
 
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