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Volume 104, 2021Second International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2021)
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Self-education and self-management to develop entrepreneurship competence in future professionals
1 Institute of Vocational Education and Training of the NAES of Ukraine, 98-a Vito-Litovsky Ln., Kyiv, 03045, Ukraine
2 Khmelnystkyi National University, 11 Instytutska Str., Khmelnytskyi, 29016, Ukraine
The relevance of this article lies in the need to improve the process of developing competences future professionals need to develop self-employment skills under the conditions of the socio-economic crisis and the instability of the Ukrainian labour market. The article aims to prove the need for systematic implementation of self-education and self-management technologies in Ukrainian professional education schools to develop entrepreneurship competence in future professionals. Research methods include a survey and an analysis of documentary information. Ukraine strives to increase the importance of young people's readiness for lifelong learning. However, the article finds that most students do not have sufficient psychological knowledge and selfmanagement skills for successful self-development and self-employment. The development of entrepreneurship competence is, for the first time, justified through the systemic implementation of self-education and selfmanagement technologies in the educational process of professional education schools. The article presents a pedagogical technology for developing entrepreneurship competence in future professionals through selfmanagement. Besides, it offers the most effective forms of its introduction (psychology workshops, video lectures, electronic portfolios) and singles out the optimal conditions of their use. The level of the technology's readiness is IRL5 (the efficiency was proven at the level of experimental educational institutions). Success in its implementation depends on the regulatory recognition of the role of the social and humanities-related component in professional education; the incorporation of a self-management course in all programmes for training, retraining and advanced training of psychology and teaching staff; the encouragement of teaching staff to effectively use the described technologies in the educational process; systematic training of students to implement self-education and self-management as the technologies of success.
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