ISSN 2409-7616

Shilovich O.B., Alekseenko A.G.


UDC 331.363


Shilovich O.B.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –, Alekseenko A.G.2 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –

1Kuban State Technological University

2Kuban State Agrarian University named after I.T. Trubilin

Abstract. In this article, the authors consider the influence of institutional factors on the possibility of using active training methods in the system of advanced training and professional retraining of personnel (workers, foremen, foremen) at railway transport enterprises. The results of the study are the data obtained as a result of a survey of listeners of various railway transport enterprises of the North Caucasus Railway, which are part of the structural divisions of JSC “Russian Railways”. The article considers the psychological and pedagogical features of the educational process, taking into account the institutional factors lying in various planes – socio-demographic, organizational and methodological. Socio-demographic factors are determined by the level of education of students undergoing training. The structure of students according to the level of available education, who are enrolled in advanced training and professional retraining courses, is presented. Organizational factors are represented by the educational and material base and the educational environment.  The methodological factor is the possibility of adapting active learning methods to the changing conditions of the educational environment. The methodological factor is considered on the example of a business game. The importance of taking into account the influence of the use of technical means of teaching in the classroom on the methodology of conducting classes is noted. The article discusses only some methodological features of the use of active teaching methods when conducting classes with staff. The educational process in the system of advanced training and professional retraining of personnel is creative and can be transformed taking into account changes and improvements in the methods of conducting classes.

Keywords: the system of professional development, human resources, institutional factors of training.


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For citation:

Shilovich O.B., Alekseenko A.G. Institutional factors staff professional development. CITISE, 2022, no. 3, pp.450-458. DOI: