Romanchenko Mikhail Konstantinovich
Кандидат технических наук, Novosibirsk College of Food Industry and Processing, Cand. Sci. (Technical), Director, rmk2010@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

Model of the Poly-Component Structure of Formation of the Professional Creative Activity of the Student

The article discusses the experience of forming the foundations of professional creative activity of students, on the example of training specialists in educational institutions of secondary vocational education. The relevance of the issue is closely related to the introduction of foreign production technologies at domestic enterprises. The influence of the experience of participation of students in professional competitions on the formation of a creative personality is considered. A number of theoretical provisions are proposed that make it possible to form the creative activity of students from the standpoint of the competence approach. Analysis of production requirements and educational standards made it possible to single out such components as technological, rationalization, modernization, organizational and management activities in the future graduate’s activities. The potential possibility of optimizing the system of secondary vocational education is analyzed. The purpose of the article is to theoretically substantiate a model of a multicomponent structure of the formation of professional creative activity of a student in the system of secondary vocational training. Methodology. The research is carried out on the basis of practical methodology, focuses on solving practical problems and purposefully solving the issues of organizing educational activities in professional educational institutions of the region. The article discusses the issue of organizing the work of colleges, in the context of timely, anticipatory updating and changes in curricula that guarantee the training of a specialist with the necessary set of competencies. Results consist in the dissemination of experience in the formation of the foundations of the professional creative activity of students and the organization of educational activities of professional educational institutions within the Siberian region, contributing to the creation of a situation of success in the system of secondary vocational education and allowing to increase the efficiency of the educational process. In conclusion, the importance of the formation of skills of professional creative activity among students is noted as an effective resource that has an impact on social development. The study explains the peculiarities of the work of educational institutions in the formation of professional skills. The author focuses on the criteria that determine the promising areas of activity and efforts of employers and educational institutions in the aspect of the development of professional creative activity. The work is an analysis of the potential for improving the quality of training students of secondary vocational education, as a priority task of modern society.
model of formation of professional creative activity, multicomponent structure of activity, professional creative activity, skills, secondary vocational education, changes in the system of vocational training

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