Professional training of cadets of maritime educational organizations, along with the study of basic, special and general humanitarian disciplines, includes the development of the requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), set out in the International Conventions and Codes. The cadets acquire the necessary competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of preserving human life at sea in the process of mastering conventional disciplines, including such as "Basic Safety Training". To test the effectiveness of the study of special disciplines, it is advisable to use the possibilities of pedagogical diagnostics. The article substantiates and reveals the main provisions of the diagnostic technique that allows assessing the knowledge of the types of shipboard life-saving equipment by cadets. The methodology is intended for use in the process of conventional training, as well as during the final certification of cadets in the discipline "Basic Safety Training". The practice of systematic testing of the level of knowledge among cadets contributes to the formation and development of a sense of high responsibility for the quality of mastering the educational material and the effectiveness of educational activities, the formation of each student as a competent specialist in maritime transport. The results of experimental work (testing of cadets according to the test questionnaire of the diagnostic technique), as well as mathematical processing of the results are presented which prove the reliability and validity of this technique.
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31 March 2022
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Tomilina, S. N., Tomilin, A. N., Boran-Keshishyan, A. L., Pankina, S. I., Tuktarov, R. R., & Dorofeev, E. M. (2022). Using Pedagogical Diagnostics In Special Disciplines At A Maritime University. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 250-257). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.31