The relevance of the study is reasoned by the positioning of technical education as a major factor of sustainable development of society, competitiveness and national security. The purpose of the article is to develop practical recommendations for the management of students’ professional training in the conditions of social partnership. The leading approach to the study is the participatory approach allowing considering a social partnership of the University with the industrial enterprises as a collaborative process based on a clear division of roles, responsibilities, participating interests, in order to train highly qualified specialists, competitive and mobile in labor market. The study involves 450 teachers, 740 students, 90 employers who have identified performance criteria of social partnership of the University with industrial enterprises. The main results of the study are to identify the main areas of social partnership of the University with enterprises (organizational and administrative, scientific and methodical, information and analytical), to establish a mechanism of industrial and pedagogical management of students’ training, including a system-forming, marketing-oriented and educational components. The significance of these results is that the identified areas of social partnership of the University with industrial enterprises promotes the growth of the number of graduates trained according to the orders of the employer, meets the needs of students in learning, increases the level of qualifications of graduates. Created mechanism of industrial and pedagogical management of students’ training allows providing the labor market with necessary volumes of competitive specialists, to form students' readiness to adapt quickly to innovation of modern high-tech industry.
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Article Type: Research Article
INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2017, Volume 12, Issue 1, 25-34
Publication date: 21 Dec 2016
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