Formation Of Professional Readiness Of Cadets In The Study Of Conventional Disciplines


The subject of the research is the professional readiness of the cadets of the maritime university in the study of conventional disciplines. The term professional readiness of cadets of a maritime university is understood as integral education and the established level of personality development, a temporary situational state, attitude, a mechanism for regulating activity, a special long-term or short-term mental state, the concentration of the future specialist's forces aimed at performing certain actions and the achieved performance. This article contains the main provisions of the methodology for assessing the level of knowledge by cadets of the rules related to survival, including the need to be prepared for any accident at sea. The method is intended for use in the process of conventional training, as well as in the final certification of cadets in the discipline "Basic safety training " in order to carry out intermediate and final certification, as well as to increase the responsibility of future maritime transport specialists for the level of their professional training, competence, readiness to effectively perform professional duties as part of the crews of maritime transport vessels. The results of experimental work are given: testing of cadets according to the developed test questionnaire, as well as mathematical processing of the results obtained, which proves the reliability and validity of the proposed method.

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Tomilin, A. N., & Khekert, E. V. (2022). Formation Of Professional Readiness Of Cadets In The Study Of Conventional Disciplines. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 258-267). European Publisher.