ISSN 2409-7616

E. Solomatin, V. Matsakova



Evgeny V. Solomatin – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Disciplines of Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Victoria M. Matsakova – Candidate of Historical Sciences, Lecturer, Department of Humanitarian and Socio-Economic Disciplines of Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. In modern conditions of reforming the Armed Forces of Russia, the problem of training officers who are able to efficiently solve problems in difficult combat conditions at a high professional level is becoming especially urgent. Such training implies not only the high professional competence of Russian officers in general, but also, in particular, prognostic competence, which has an important function in making competent and informed decisions in complex and unpredictable situations of military operations. This study presents an analysis of the professional competence of a Russian officer from various perspectives, in particular from an axiological point of view. The axiological point of view involves the consideration of the professional competence of a Russian officer as a significant value of military professional education. The study showed that the formation of the prognostic competence of a Russian officer, within the framework of his professional training (in the process of his education, upbringing, development and psychological preparation), is effectively carried out only if he shows personal activity (motivation) in all relevant forms of organized for him, realizing a predictive function. The study also showed that in order to more effectively form predictive competence among students of an additional professional training program for officers on the basics of psychological training, to achieve their desired result, it is necessary to take into account: their psycho-emotional state; motivation for professional advancement; features of their mental activity. All the training material offered to students should be of increased complexity, with the use by teachers in the process of its implementation of the principle of problematic training. In the process of effectively organized training for students (officers) of an additional professional training program for officers on the basics of psychological training, the following are defined and developed: motivational-value attitudes, by assigning meanings and values ​​that are characteristic of the activity; there is a development of professional interests and orientation. All that is associated with the daily activities of a Russian officer in the implementation of training and combat missions (affects the adoption of necessary decisions in various situations of military operations).

Keywords: competence, value, military professional education, military professional activity, qualification requirements.



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Solomatin E.V., Matsakova V.M. Professional competence of Russian officers as a value of management activities. CITISE, 2020, no. 2, pp. 38-47. DOI: