Qualimetric Methods in the Evaluation of the Quality of Professional Training of Specialists in Social Work

  •  Natalya Ivanovna Nikitina    
  •  Elena Yurievna Romanova    
  •  Ekaterina Vladimirovna Komarova    
  •  Svetlana Nikolaevna Tolstikova    
  •  Veronica Mickhailovna Grebennikova    


Currently systematic passage social workers training courses and professional training is regarded as one of the necessary conditions for improving their professional competence, professional culture and personal development, as well as enhance their competitiveness in today’s job market. In modern Russia the question about the quality of the implementation of training courses and professional training of these specialists had never been more relevant. The article states that the current approaches to the problem provide an objective assessment of the quality of postgraduate professional education professionals social profile is largely based: a) on the basic provisions of the theory of educational measurement, b) on the basic provisions of the didactic and didactic testology taxonomy, c) to theory of independence procedures of expert assessments; d) on the methods of mathematical statistics; e) The pedagogical paradigm of quality management functioning educational systems, f) on the ideas of standardization of educational processes. The article reveals the essence of qualimetric techniques that the authors for eight years (2006-2014 years) has been successfully used for the objective evaluation of the quality of professional training courses of social work professionals. Particular attention is paid to the application qualimetric methods in the evaluation of the test results of student course preparation. The authors argue that the application of mathematical methods in the system of postgraduate education to assess the level of professional training of trainees help improve the quality of adult learning.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1918-7173
  • ISSN(Online): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: quarterly

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