Conditions For Designing Training And Professional Environments In The Ergatic System


The informatization of the modern marine ergatic system is considered as a strategic direction for its further development. Ergatic technological systems are widely discussed due to their non-stop development and implementation in all spheres of life. In spite of this phenomena a human operator continues to be the important participant in them and in this connection consideration of all personal characteristics that can influence the final result of activity are important. In the shipping industry, human factors are recognized as a major source of risk to safe and efficient operations. The paper substantiates that the process of operator training can be successful only if the principles of functioning of ergatic systems are understood at any level. The article substantiates that the immersive educational environment, which is a virtual educational space, is part of the general educational space, therefore, when designing it, it is necessary to rely on the main features of the educational space and take them into account when organizing training at any level of training. The conditions for the organization of immersive training and professional environments have been determined and substantiated. It is shown that the effect of immersiveness is achieved by repeated immersion in certain conditions that imitate real professional activity.

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Makashina, I. I. (2022). Conditions For Designing Training And Professional Environments In The Ergatic System. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 315-322). European Publisher.