Beliakov Alexandr Alexandrovich
Adjunct, Novosibirsk Military Institute of Interior Troops named after general of the Army I. K. Yakovleva of Ministry of Internal Affairs, nikitoss.2007@mail.ru, Novosibirsk


The article substantiates the need for the implementation of cultural and technological approaches in the military training of the future officers of the internal troops of the Russian Interior Ministry. The concept of probabilistic learning, in particular, rapid-firing, has considerable potential for active involvement of students in different kinds of cultural and artistic activities, the design of the development of professional culture, taking into account the specifics of the continuous improvement of the professional experience needed in the work of Russian law enforcement agencies.
teaching methodology, probabilistic training, military training, rapid-fire skills, technological culture officer

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