Field Training Of Student Construction Units


The experience of the USSR and modern Russia indicates that the movement of student construction units (SCU) is an effective tool for teaching and educating young people. At the same time, the integrity of the system of training of SCU participants can be achieved by harmonizing their professional and personal development programs. One of the ways to achieve this goal may be to implement field training of students, including educational, professional, sports, cultural and creative activities. To ensure the possibility of transferring organizational and managerial experience, the authors of the study provide three possible scenarios for conducting field training of SCU participants. Each of them was developed and implemented as part of the activities of the SCU headquarters of the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (National Research University)" (MSUCE) in 2011-2019. The set and nature of key events, as well as their temporary linkage, determine the specifics of field training. Depending on the goals and objectives, it is possible to implement training in the scenarios: "Professional-labor," "Educational" or "Balanced." The consolidated and presented in the work experience of conducting field training of the SCU of the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering can be used by other educational organizations, SCU headquarters or construction organizations in the development of exit events focused on team cohesion, building productive interaction of employees, as well as on the formation of an atmosphere of healthy competition and cooperation in the working team.

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