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The pecularities of training and development for lifelong learning sector in the industry of higher education in Russia.

Наименование публикации:The pecularities of training and development for lifelong learning sector in the industry of higher education in Russia. Авторы:Гордеева Ю. В. 
Тематическая область:Организация и управление
Вид публикации:Статья в сборнике
Электронная публикация:НетЯзык издания:АнглийскийГод издания:2013Страна издания: Соединенное Королевство Наименование журнала или сборника:The Business and Management ReviewНомер журнала (с указанием года):Volume 3, Number 2Наименование издательства:ABRMКод ISSN или ISBN:ISSN 2047-2854Количество страниц:300Количество печатных листов:20Тираж, экз:1000Библиографическая ссылка:The pecularities of training and development for lifelong learning sector in the industry of higher education in Russia. The Business and Management Review, Volume 3, Number 2, January 2013, pp 115-118Аннотация (реферат):

Key words: adult training, teacher training, higher education, educational integration, international academic profile.

Abstract: The example that is described below represents the case of International Business School (faculty) at Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. The experience of providing the system of education according to Bologna process and its proceedings/standards has created solid background for organizing the training course for teachers of High schools in order to ensure high quality of provided educational services. The training course (delivered in English) aimed at mastering professional teaching skills and getting acquainted with innovative teaching techniques, as well as building up commitment in professional development. The course is also based on the experience received from adult trainings, previously delivered to corporate staff, which enables the creators to integrate the most successful business techniques into the teachers training course. The results of the program can be monitored through improving teacher/tutor portfolio. Further research of the issue can be organized in order to extend the program and provide more profound post-training activities and support of individual and professional development. The value of this experience is especially notable for those who have just started working under the requirements of Bologna Process, or for the establishments that are keen on continuous development of their academic staff in order to pursue competitive edge in the educational industry (higher education). ​


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