Features of the Implementation of Learning Based on Modular Technology in the Corporate Training Center
Keywords:vocational education, dual education system, modular technology, personalization of learning
The research aims to identify and substantiate the organizational and pedagogical conditions for the effective implementation of modular technology for the devel-opment of professional competencies in welder students in a corporate training center. The practical analysis of student achievements based on the proposed modular training system with the participation of two groups of men undergoing vocational training (22 people in each of them) showed that the experimental group provided more qualitative average answers to 9 out of 20 test questions, and the total average score was higher in this group. The experimental group also showed statistically significant and higher average scores in 5 practical tests. The results of the study can be put into practice to improve the quality of engineering training in corporate training centers.
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