Desenvolvimento de cooperação em rede para implementação de programas de treinamento profissional avançado

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.2.15280

Palavras-chave:

Problemas de educação professional, Formação avançada, Formas e características de interação, Trabalho em rede

Resumo

Atualmente, a educação profissional russa está superando um estágio de profundas transformações associadas às peculiaridades da sociedade pós-industrial, cujas principais características são a informatização e a digitalização da economia. As transformações na economia digital determinam novos requisitos para a formação de especialistas, suas competências e qualificação. As rápidas mudanças nas condições socioeconômicas fazem com que seja necessário transformar o sistema de formação profissional para atender às demandas de especialistas com competências que correspondam às tecnologias e métodos de produção atuais. A solução para os problemas relevantes é facilitada pela devoção da educação profissional aos princípios de "antecipação / avanço" e "interação", que estão sendo implementados com sucesso nas atividades dos centros de formação profissional avançada inaugurados na Rússia em 2019. A formação profissional avançada garante o desenvolvimento de novas e promissoras profissões em grande demanda pela economia regional. Simultaneamente, a implementação do princípio de interação permite assegurar a coordenação interdepartamental na execução da ordem social para a educação profissional feita pelo Estado, pela sociedade e pelos indivíduos. O artigo considera as formas e características da interação entre organizações educacionais e parceiros, incluindo parceria social, cooperação em rede, parceria pública e privada, clusters educacionais e tecnológicos. O documento apresenta os resultados de desempenho do centro da região de Kemerovo para a formação profissional avançada no que diz respeito à criação de uma rede regional para organizações educacionais e empresas envolvidas no desenvolvimento e implementação conjunta de programas de formação profissional avançada destinados à formação especializada.

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Biografia do Autor

Viktor G. Lysenko, Polytechnic Technical School (PTS), Kemerovo

Director of School. PhD in Pedagogic Sciences.

Aleksandra A. Levitskaia, Moscow State Regional University (MGOU), Mytishchi

Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy. PhD in Philosophical Sciences.

Valery A. Nikolayev, Our School (OS), Novosibirsk

Principal of the School.

Olga A. Chopik, Kuzbass Institute Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN), Novokuznetsk

Associate Professor of the Department of Penitentiary Psychology and Penitentiary Pedagogy. Doctor of Education.

Oleg Yu. Pokhorukov, Kemerovo State University (KSU), Novokuznetsk

Associate Professor of the Department for Physical Education, Novokuznetsk Institute (Affiliated Branch). PhD in Pedagogic Sciences.

Oleg A. Masyukov, T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KUZSTU), Novokuznetsk

Senior Instructor of the Branch.

Elena L. Rudneva, Kemerovo State University (KSU), Novokuznetsk

Professor and Head of the Department of General and University Pedagogy. Doctor of Education.

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01/05/2021

Como Citar

LYSENKO, V. G. .; LEVITSKAIA, A. A.; NIKOLAYEV, V. A.; CHOPIK, O. A.; POKHORUKOV, O. Y.; MASYUKOV, O. A.; RUDNEVA, E. L. Desenvolvimento de cooperação em rede para implementação de programas de treinamento profissional avançado. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. esp.2, p. 961–980, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.2.15280. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15280. Acesso em: 17 set. 2021.