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2014 | 5 | 1 | 379-384
Article title

Cross-Cutting Practical Trainings for Students in the Field of Ecology and Environmental Sciences

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Abstracts
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The paper addresses the key structural elements of the cross-cutting practical training (or program), namely: methodological (e.g. methods, techniques), regulatory (e.g. laws, decrees, regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine), technical (e.g. standardization system), human resource and financial support of practical training; structural-and-logical profiles of practical trainings for students in the field of ecology and environmental protection in order to meet the needs of the labour market; working practice programs. There are defined the professionally important qualities and skills that are acquired in the course of practical trainings, including academic, intellectual, communicative, moral, practical, self-reliance, initiative, commitment, predictability, decisiveness, which in turn encourage the specialists to carry out professional research, develop designs, conduct expert control, perform tasks such as legal and regulatory, environmental, educational, administrative that are related to sustainable use of natural resource, modelling and predicting the state of the environment etc.
Year
Volume
5
Issue
1
Pages
379-384
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Dates
published
2014
Contributors
References
  • Ridei N.M. (2011), Graduate training of future ecologists: theory and practice: Monograph / under general edition of academician D. Melnychuk. – Kherson: Oldie-plus, 2-nd ed. revised and expanded, 650 p.
  • Ridei N.M., Strokal V.P., Rybalko Yu.V. (2013), Through practice program for students in higher educational institutions of III–IV accreditation levels of specialty 6.040106 “Ecology, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources” and specialty 8.04010601 “Ecology and Environment”. – Kyiv: Ukraine NUBiP Publishing House, 116 p.
  • Strokal V.P. (2012), The methodology of the future ecologists training practices: Monograph / under general ed. of Doctor of Science, Professor N.M. Ridei/ – Kherson: Grin D.S., 264 p.
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2080-9069
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-0353e386-2eda-4b77-9855-3a183c9e7f7c
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