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Development of competitive specialist in college

Journal: Bulletin of Postgraduate education: collection of scientific papers. Series «Educational sciences» Category "B" (Vol.8, No. 37)

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Page : 10-23

Keywords : competitiveness; person’s competitiveness; competitive advantages; subject of activity; model; criteria;

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The article is devoted to the actual educational problem – the development of a competitive specialist in college. The essence, content and structure of the concept of «competitiveness», the content of the individual's competitiveness of a specialist as a systemic phenomenon from different scientific positions are revealed. We understand the competitiveness of a specialist as a generalized characteristic of college graduates, which is the result of the integration of its value-semantic, communicative, activity, self-education and creative competencies, which ensure its self-confidence and the ability to withstand competition in the labor market in modern conditions. It is established that at present the theory and practice of vocational education does not provide the qualitative training of a competitive specialist to the fullest extent. This is due to insufficient development of theoretical preconditions and practical recommendations for theorganization and implementation of the educational process for the development of a competitive specialist. However, the labor market requires professionals who are able and willing to work, able to quickly adapt to constantly changing conditions, are set to achieve their own goals and goals of the enterprise. Thus, there are contradictions between the requirements put forward by the modern labor market to the graduate, and the unwillingness of the college to develop a competitive specialist. In the framework of the study of the problem, we developed a model for the development of a competitive specialist in college. The model includes the following interconnected components: target, content, activity and performance. As a result of the analysis, we came to the conclusion that a competitor takes responsibility for his own results and achievements. It is characterized by the desire to act consciously and purposefully, focusing on the goals of learning, as well as the goals of self-development as a competitive personality.

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