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Zolnikov Igor Valerevich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedag.), Assic. Prof., Department of Technical Training of the Faculty Technical Support, Perm Military Institute of the National Guard Troops of the Russian Federation, zolnikov@mail.ru, Perm
Kostylev Nikolay Vladimirovich
Deputy Commander of the Battalion for Work with Personnel, Novosibirsk Military Institute named after Army General I.K. Yakovlev, troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, kpn1601@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Tsybulko Alexey Alexandrovich
Senior Lecturer of the Department of Service-Combat Tactics, Novosibirsk Military Institute named after Army General I. K. Yakovlev of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, tsybulko-79@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

Team Experience in the Structure of Educational Competence of Cadets

Abstract: 
Problem and Aim. The article considers the problem of modeling such a pedagogical phenomenon as the cadet’s readiness for command activity. The military professional experience of the future officer was formalized and the correlation of “readiness” with the traditional competence of the military man was validated. The essential components of the modeling process of the cadet’s readiness for command activity are established, the criteria for the effectiveness of such modeling are determined. The purpose of the article is establish the essential components of the process of modeling the readiness of the cadet for command activity, determine the criteria for the effectiveness of such modeling. Methodology. Research methods: comparative analysis of military-vocational training technologies, highlighting the essential intentions of the cognitive plan in them, followed by designing a criteria base for the effectiveness of using such technologies in the formation of cadets’ readiness for command activities. The article considers the problem of modeling such a pedagogical phenomenon as the cadet’s readiness for command activity. The military professional experience of the future officer was formalized and the correlation of “readiness” with the traditional competence of the military man was validated. The essential components of the modeling process of the cadet’s readiness for command activity are established, the criteria for the effectiveness of such modeling are determined.
Keywords: 
military professional training, teamwork, competence, personality-oriented training
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