Social Partnership as a Management Entity of Students' Training

By Kozhanova, Marina B.; Mamitova, Natalia, V et al. | Modern Journal of Language Teaching Methods, March 1, 2017 | Go to article overview

Social Partnership as a Management Entity of Students' Training


Kozhanova, Marina B., Mamitova, Natalia, V, Akhmetzyanova, Guliya N., Kurdyumov, Vladimir I., Petunova, Svetlana A., Kolesnik, Natalya T., Modern Journal of Language Teaching Methods


Introduction

The study is relevant due to the status of technical education as a general factor in sustainable development of society, competitiveness and national security. Vocational education is aimed to meet, on the one hand, the students' needs in knowledge, abilities and skills, on the other - society's needs in the training of highly qualified specialists: competent, initiative, enterprising, competitive, Highly skilled, communicative, knowing foreign languages, ready to work hard from the very first working day, possessing the ability to analyze complex situations and responsible decisions, possessing business communication skills, easily adapting to changes and quickly mastering new techniques and technology of modern high-tech industry, owning innovative technologies, interested in the continuous improvement of the level of education and qualifications (Meletsinek, 2007). The socio-economic reality demands from the system of vocational training specialists, who immediately, without the adaptation period and the internship can qualitatively implement specific professional duties. The quality of vocational training is the main tool to overcome a variety of social and economic challenges which define the development of the country (Subetto, 2002). The main provision for realization of demands of society in highly skilled engineers is the interaction between the economy, labor market and institutions of vocational training. This is reflected in the social partnership between universities and industrial enterprises, which are directed on teachers' constant vocational training, updating of universities' material resources, students' and teachers' motivational and stimulation tools, employment of graduates (Lunev et al., 2016; Aleksandrov, Zakharova & Nikolaev, 2015; Erdyneeva et al., 2016; Nikolaev, Baranova & Petunova, 2016). There is a discrepancy between the need to develop social partnership between the institutions of vocational educational and industrial enterprises aimed at highly qualified specialists' training that are competitive and mobile at the labor market and the absence of guidelines for the conducting of social partnership between the University and production (Morgunov et al., 2001). This general discrepancy is defined by a contradiction between: a) the society modernization, the wish to construct efficient social interaction in vocational educational system and the sluggish formation of social institutions which could manifest these interactions in the system of vocational education (Loschilova, 2014; Drovnikov et al., 2016); b) educational policy, which is directed on the highly qualified engineers' training, and poor research and practical support to manage future technical specialists' training in contemporary social and economic environment (Saurenco, 2009). All mentioned above makes relevant the aim of the study - to develop guidelines for the management of students' vocational training in conditions of social partnership between University and production.

Methodology

The guiding principle to the research is the participatory enabling to consider a social partnership between the University and production as a cooperative process based on a transparent sharing of interests, responsibilities to train highly qualified, competitive and mobile specialists. (Oleshkov & Uvarov, 2006).

A social partnership between university and production is an entirely new interaction of the university, the municipal and public authorities, employers, students and their parents. The aim of partners' interrelation is the realization of all participants' interest in the process of training for highly qualified graduates who are in demand on the labor market. In Russia, the formation of social partnership between universities and production is one of the strategic objectives for the formation of vocational training services (Lunev, Pugacheva & Stukolova, 2014a; Erdyneeva et al., 2016). …

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