Formation of Professional Competence of Students in Engineering Education

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Abstract

Today, employers highly appreciate in addition to knowledge and skills in the professional field new abilities such as collaboration, creative approach to solving production problems, learning throughout life, the ability to adapt to changes, and the responsibility for the completed projects. The issues of the formation of professional competence among technical specialty students during the process of studying fundamental disciplines are considered. The model and the conditions of its realization using information and communication technologies are described.

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Lisichko, E. , Postnikova, E. and Tverdokhlebov, S. (2012) Formation of Professional Competence of Students in Engineering Education. Creative Education, 3, 104-106. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B027.

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