Formation Of Adaptation Resource For Railway Transport University Students Professionalization


The paper is devoted to the analysis of the adaptation resource of professionalization (ARP) of future railway engineers. It is proved that the basis of ARP is professional health. The specific character of the training (ARP) of students is manifested in the nature of the relationship between intellectual factors and socio-psychological conditions in the structure of ARP. The organization of the intellectual and socio-psychological components of the ARP provides the formation of students individually expressed productive models of mastering the specialty, adequate to the requirements of the professional standard. Experimental identification of features of the formation of intellectual and socio-psychological components of the ARP allowed to present models of levels of its staged development. The authors justify the necessity of the development and implementation of special programs of social and psychological support for the professional adaptation of future engineers in the context of the continuous complication of railway equipment and the conditions of its operation, as well as the attitude towards oneself as a future engineer. The obtained data can also be used to develop proposals for physical and mathematical training, which will be aimed at the phased development of ARP to a level that ensures the independence of professionalization.

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Kasyanova, Y. I., & Vinogradova, N. I. (2022). Formation Of Adaptation Resource For Railway Transport University Students Professionalization. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 992-1000). European Publisher.