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2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Marina Polevaya ◽  
Igor' Belogrud ◽  
Irina Ivanova ◽  
Elena Kamneva ◽  
Valentina Maslova ◽  
...  

In the modern economy, high-quality personnel is a key factor for the success of an organization. The success of the organization directly depends on the degree of qualification of the staff. The textbook presents technologies, methods and types of personnel training and development; legal and organizational aspects of professional training; socio-psychological features of personnel training and development; the basics of forming and managing the personnel reserve in the organization, as well as methods for evaluating the effectiveness of personnel training and development in the organization. It is intended for students studying in the direction of training "Personnel Management", students of institutes and advanced training courses, employees of personnel management services, managers of enterprises and organizations.


Author(s):  
Igor Pinheiro de Araújo Costa ◽  
Miguel Ângelo Lellis Moreira ◽  
Arthur Pinheiro de Araújo Costa ◽  
Luiz Frederico Horácio de Souza de Barros Teixeira ◽  
Carlos Francisco Simões Gomes ◽  
...  

The globalization of business and the consequent exposure to global competition, besides the economic and social changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic made the Training & Development (T&D) sector increasingly important for professionals in the corporate environment. In this sense, managing stakeholders and a portfolio of clients, as well as analyzing the relationship between customer and service, are necessary and strategic for the success of professional training organizations. This paper aims to support the strategic process of portfolio formation of T&D courses offered by a company in the Information Technology (IT) training sector in Brazil, through the application of the ELECTRE-MOr multicriteria sorting method. We have obtained a categorization of several courses, aiming to define which ones should be prioritized, maintained, or discarded by the company’s management. The results showed that, among the analyzed courses, only 17% should be prioritized, 61% maintained, and 22% discarded by the company.


2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (3B) ◽  
pp. 90-96
Author(s):  
Sergij Tkachov ◽  
Nataliia Tkachova ◽  
Nataliia Mordovtseva ◽  
Mariia Pochynkova ◽  
Oksana Parfyonova

The main purpose of the study is to characterize the effectiveness of the features of training future teachers to technologicalize the educational process. The problem of modernization of teacher training is relevant around the world. Modern preparation of teachers for work and professional activity requires rethinking the content of education, structure and forms of organization. The modern institution of higher pedagogical education faces the task of introducing the latest approaches to learning, which, along with its fundamentality and compliance with State educational standards, develop communicative, creative and professional competencies, needs in self-education based on potential diversity of content and organization of the educational process. It is expected that the technology of professional training of future teachers will help solve these problems. The result of the study is to determine the main features of the preparation of future teachers for the technologicalization of the educational process.


Author(s):  
В.С. Мякотных ◽  
А.П. Сиденкова ◽  
Т.А. Боровкова ◽  
В.Н. Мещанинов ◽  
М. Л. Ярославцева ◽  
...  

В статье обсуждаются вопросы вероятной зависимости действий специалиста, работающего с пациентами гериатрического профиля, от возрастных, гендерных и иных характеристик данного специалиста. Такой, на первый взгляд, нетрадиционный подход к научным исследованиям в области геронтологии и гериатрии выявляет отчетливые различия в ряде аспектов клинического мышления и следования клиническим рекомендациям у врачей разного возраста, пола, при разном состоянии их собственного здоровья. На основе анкетирования 126 врачей и анализа 2 394 их мнений получены результаты, свидетельствующие об определенном консерватизме врачей старше 50 лет, особенно мужчин, имеющих большой клинический опыт. Обсуждаются случаи так называемого самоэйджизма пожилого специалиста, использующего в своих профессиональных действиях результаты диагностики и лечения той возраст-ассоциированной патологии, которой страдает он сам. Предлагается в процессе повышения квалификации или профессиональной переподготовки врачей-гериатров учитывать их возраст, пол и состояние здоровья, а также сопровождать занятия обязательным определением биологического возраста самого специалиста. The article discusses the probable dependence of the actions of a specialist working with geriatric patients on the age, gender, and other characteristics of this specialist. This seemingly unconventional approach to research in the field of gerontology and geriatrics reveals distinct differences in a number of aspects of clinical thinking and following clinical recommendations in doctors of different ages, genders, and in different states of their own health. On the basis of a survey of 126 doctors and an analysis of 2 394 of their opinions, the results were obtained, indicating a certain conservatism of doctors over the age of 50, especially men with extensive clinical experience. The article discusses cases of so-called self-ageism of an elderly specialist who uses in his professional actions the results of diagnosis and treatment of the age-associated pathology that he himself suffers from. It is proposed in the process of continuing education or professional training of geriatricians to take into account their age, sex and health status, as well as accompany classes mandatory determination of the biological age of the specialist.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (3) ◽  
pp. 133
Author(s):  
O. S. Sergeeva ◽  
A. A. Chursin ◽  
A. V. Podoprigora ◽  
S. N. Boev ◽  
D. E. Boev ◽  
...  

An important feature of the simulation training of residents-cardiologists is that students have the opportunity to hone their skills and abilities in the center as soon as possible, using modern simulators, while in practical medicine this would take a much longer time. Of course, simulation conditions within the framework of simulation training will not completely replace practical experience with real patients, but definitely, this allows you to increase the level of professional training of cardiologists.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (3) ◽  
pp. 112-114
Author(s):  
Mariya Bank ◽  
Nina Nevskaya

An analysis of the experience of using the interactive application "Academics 3D" in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in teaching students of the medical faculty is presented. Virtual technologies make it possible to optimally distribute the time limit and stages of mastering practical skills in the professional training of doctors. The analysis showed the significance, prospects and ways of increasing the efficiency of using simulation technologies in the process of training doctors.


Author(s):  
Adriana Bispo Alvarez ◽  
Cícera Clareliz Gomes Alves ◽  
Viviane Mamede Vasconcelos Cavalcante

The search for deepening in specific areas has grown substantially in professional training, in order to investigate and share knowledge, together with active participation in practical activities, in order to preserve the inseparability of the teaching-research-extension tripod1 . Through this perception, strategies were adopted that promote immersion and articulation of knowledge between theory and practice, through the creation of Academic Leagues (AL), which consist of organizations characterized by their own statute, exempt from profit, composed of academics and oriented by professionals who are members of certain institutions, in an extracurricular manner.


2021 ◽  
pp. 146144562110168
Author(s):  
Melisa Stevanovic

Expertise is commonly viewed as a professionalized competence in a specific field. Expert professional identities are produced and reproduced through professional training and other socialization mechanisms, which work to generate for a specific group of individuals a specific set of expert skills and knowledge. In this paper, I examine participants’ orientations to their distinct expert professional identities from the perspective of deontic authority. Drawing on 15 video-recorded church workplace meetings between pastors and cantors as data, and conversation analysis as a theoretical and methodological framework, I analyze situations where a non-expert participant makes a proposal that the expert participant orients to as reasonable to comply with. Specifically, I demonstrate how the expert participants respond to these proposals with displays of deontic authority, arguably in an attempt to maintain their expert identities in the face of their de facto compliance with the proposals. In these situations, the expert participants are shown to invoke (1) a past decision of their own, (2) a future decision of their own, or (3) a pattern that is beyond both participants’ control. Each of these practices involves the expert participant balancing resistance and compliance by minimally acknowledging the content of the non-expert participant’s proposal, while excluding the non-expert from those who have deontic authority in the matter. In so doing, the expert speaker implies that the non-expert proposal speaker lacks (1) procedural knowledge about the specific matters about which it is relevant to make proposals to experts and (2) access to the distinct experiential perspective that characterizes expert perception of things. It is thus argued that, in this context, the mere claims of deontic authority, produced without any substantial displays of expert knowledge, can serve the maintenance of expert professional identities.


2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (3B) ◽  
pp. 1-8
Author(s):  
Myroslav Kryshtanovych ◽  
Laryssa Zyazyun ◽  
Nataliya Vykhrushch ◽  
Ivanna Huzii ◽  
Oksana Kalinska

The focus of the education system on the assimilation of knowledge, which was traditional and justified before, no longer corresponds to the modern social order, is determined by the objective need of society for a new person, capable of independent, responsible, creative actions, an intellectual person, with a critical thinking, liberated from dogmas, living in a complex. The fulfilment of these tasks requires a significant improvement in the quality of professional training of future specialists, based on the application of the pedagogical aspects of human existence and development in the context of the formation of their professional competence and involves the development of personal qualities and creative abilities, the ability to independently acquire new knowledge and solve problems, and navigate in the life of society.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 286-290
Author(s):  
L. A. Elina

The features of training students and teachers for participation and holding a scientific and practical conference are considered. Participation in a scientific and practical conference is the result of a great work of a student and his supervisor, which is preceded by a complex research activity. It is important to give students not only a certain set of knowledge, teach them the basic methods and algorithms of activity, but also teach them to navigate in the flow of information, the ability to pose timely and relevant questions and independently receive substantiated answers to them.The conditions for the implementation of successful research activities in college are shown, organizational and methodological work in this direction, its stages, goals, objectives and results are described. Employer surveys indicate that the requirements for the level of professional training and personal qualities of college graduates are increasing. Research activities of students, as one of the areas of work, allows us to prepare modern specialists who are able to constantly improve their professional knowledge and successfully apply them in practice. The acquisition of skills in the preparation of reports, articles on conducted research, skills of public presentation of the results obtained and their justification at conferences, contributes to the formation of a reflective culture, strengthens pedagogical cooperation between teachers and students.


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