Management of Students’ Vocational Training in Conditions of Social Partnership between the University and Industry
Svetlana G. Kashina, Alexey D. Chudnovskiy, Natalia S. Aleksandrova, Igor V. Shamov, Maria A. Borovaya
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Abstract

In modern conditions of rapid development of science and technology, the rapid change of social processes in society there is an urgent need in mobile professionals who are able to effective work by the specialty on the world standards. This professionals’ training can be provided only in a multi-channel interpenetration of educational processes, the content of educational curricula, training technology, organizational and management forms, financial and economic resources and production processes. In this regard, this article is aimed to identify features in the management of students’ vocational training in conditions of social partnership of universities and enterprises. The leading approach in the study of this problem is an integrative approach that allows identifying of effective mechanisms of social partnership of universities and enterprises in the management of students’ vocational training. The article reveals the essence of social partnership in vocational education, formulates its goals and objectives; justifies management principles of students’ vocational training in conditions of social partnership; identifies the main directions of social partnership of vocational educational institutions and enterprises; reveals problems preventing the development of interaction in the system "high school - enterprise". Presented in the article materials may be useful for the administration of higher educational institutions and enterprises in dealing with problems related to the management of the integration of education and industry at the strategic, tactical and operational levels.

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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2016, Volume 11, Issue 3, 447-456

https://doi.org/10.29333/iejme/344

Publication date: 12 May 2016

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