Entity-Relationship Model of Adult Education in Regional Extended Education System

Vitaly A Vexler, Ruslan I Bazhenov, Natalia G Bazhenova

Abstract


At the present time a system of adult extended education is on the turn of essential changes, caused and involved by radical changes in social and individual conscience, system of public and personal necessities, new approaches to an adult education, levels of advanced training and retraining system modelling. Many regional educational institutions, which put into life advanced educational programs, are starting to understand the necessity of complex approach to content selection of educational material system and advanced education courses holding, switch to new models of education, which take into account demands, which are put forward by market relations and are forming in the region. The aim of this study is bringing to the light the main demands, which are put forward by regional labour market to the content and organization of adult education in advanced education system, and model of adult education content and organization formation, adapted to labour market development. To the main conclusions of the study we may relate the fact that adult training on the information technology basis is rationally to build on the basis of a job description (activity and personality model), qualified characteristics (graduate image) and literary work program, taking into account modern demands in primary computer-based training area. When constructing the content part of adult training on informational technologies, it is necessary to take into account: an adaptation and course correction capability, dependently on the contingent of trainees and the training documentation volume; development of narrative component, which affords listeners to acquire new information technologies, which are most-coveted in the region; correspondence of educational content to activity peculiarities in informational technologies area; capability.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ass.v10n20p1

Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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