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ERIC Number: EJ1161281
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017-Sep
Pages: 7
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-2353-9518
Modern Approaches to Training Competitive Locksmiths-Electricians in the EU Countries
Roskvas, Ihor
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v7 n3 p107-113 Sep 2017
The article deals with the issues of modern approaches to training competitive locksmiths-electricians and the influence of effective management on the process of vocational training. The modern labour market needs concerning vocational training of highly qualified workers have been analyzed. The concept of a competitive worker has been revealed and justified. The study has shown that nowadays the problems of training a modern, competitive and highly qualified locksmiths-electricians in the European Union countries are solved at the political level. The revealed arguments regarding vocational training of workers indicate that modern economics, in fact, transforms the subjects of study into the subjects of the European market. It has been indicated that vocational education institutions have become mediators between the student and the potential employer. In this regard, various approaches to vocational training of workers, namely, locksmiths-electricians, prove the topicality of vocational training itself as this sector ensures vast development of the workforce. It has been justified that competitiveness of the worker is correspondence of the level of their vocational training to the requirements of the European labour market. Competitiveness of locksmiths-electricians in European countries is a significant factor in competitiveness of the finished product, its qualitative and cost characteristics, which satisfy the maximum requirements of the consumer. It has been concluded that the above circumstances should encourage leadership of professional lyceums to seek such an essence and structure of vocational training of highly skilled workers, namely, locksmith-electricians who ensure the opportunity to provide appropriate "commodity condition" of the customer, a graduate of a professional lyceum. It has been added that perspectives for further researches are seen in studying didactic principles of vocational training of workers, namely, locksmiths-electricians, in leading European countries.
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: European Union; Ukraine; Germany; Denmark; Sweden; Switzerland; Netherlands
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