An Industry-Specific Personnel Training System: Development and Implementation
Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2012, Pages: 15-23
Received: Dec. 27, 2012;
Published: Dec. 30, 2012
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Elena G. Gridina, Department of Internet Project Content Support, State Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications
Michael A. Ageykin, Department of Internet Project Content Support, State Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications
German A. Ezhov, Department of Internet Project Content Support, State Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications
Maxim A. Novopashin, Department of Internet Project Content Support, State Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications
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The article reviews the main aspects in the development of a system than manages training and re-training of personnel. Problems in the subject area and in search for engineering and functional solutions are presented. The industry-specific system for training personnel is intended for creating an informational environment for support of business processes that implement the full life cycle of multi-step training and re-training of world-class personnel for innovation economy industries. Conceptually, the different qualification levels of specialists incorporated in occupational standards are to be reflected in educational standards and curricula for different educational levels (colleges, BS and MS courses, etc.) To develop informational and functional models of the information system under design, subject areas were analyzed: brief characteristics of business processes were presented and qualification characteristics and state-of-the-art standards (educational and occupational) were specified. The items were identified where the standards interact with each other thus forming a joint functional field described using the competence language. The models proposed enable one to more efficiently implement information and computer technologies in education for innovative economy industries and will be used as a basis for subsequent implementation. They will also facilitate employment of innovative approaches for training highly-skilled and competitive specialists. This study enables specialists to consume educational services in a more efficient way using the Internet, to get prepared to using Russian experience by means of information and computer technologies, and to acquire knowledge of information society in the environment of the modern economy based on competences. The development of the system enables one to implement this process in practice in a smoother way; generalize experience in efficient cooperation between business and educational institutions; and to create an environment for efficient secondary and tertiary education. It will also enable assessing the quality of training assessed in compliance with the requirements of employers and labor market and to have curricula upgraded in accordance with the changing requirements of occupational standards. A set of criteria for assessing efficiency is proposed and an assessment methodology is described.
Education Management System, Competence-Based Approach, Education, Professional Competences
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Elena G. Gridina,
Michael A. Ageykin,
German A. Ezhov,
Maxim A. Novopashin,
An Industry-Specific Personnel Training System: Development and Implementation, Education Journal.
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