ISSN 2409-7616

Svyatov A.G.


UDC 378.046.4

Svyatov A.G.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Moscow Pedagogical State University

Abstract. Training and development activities are carried out strategically to enhance the knowledge and skills of employees in order to achieve organizational goals. As we move into a knowledge of the society that emphasizes the construction of knowledge, it is learning that becomes increasingly important. A key part of this is on-the-job learning, driven by the impact of changes in demographics, skill requirements, technology, and the attitudes and roles of people in different institutions and communities. Transitions from school to work are no longer as clear and linear as they used to be. Learning is no longer limited to “primary” activities in a formal classroom environment. Jobs and careers are no longer static and predetermined entities. Knowledge is not necessarily individualized. Corporate education and public policy regarding public servants are essential thematic principles for understanding educational knowledge in order to ensure accountability of public authorities. Growing discussion and new research, preparation of the territory and the formation of these specialists make it possible to understand the actual state of the civil service in the Russian Federation. How an entire organization learns can play an important role in its innovation and profitability. The effective solutions to the training and development challenges of the employees should be considered as an investment rather than an expense for the organizations. This statement is mainly due to the fact that the allocated financial resources are recouped through the gained competitive advantages and performance enhancement. This article is concerned with a pressing issue of the corporate learning problem among the state organization employees in Russian Federation. The article deals with the categories of professional activity and corporate education. The specificity of the professional activities of the government employees is revealed as well.

Keywords: professional development of government officials, corporate education, corporate activity.


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For citation: Svyatov A.G. Modern challenges of corporate education for the governmental employees. CITISE, 2024, no. 2, pp. 478-485.