The Career-Guidance As an Instrument for Increasing Motivation of Students for Acquisition Professional Skills

Monday, 11 July 2016: 14:47
Location: Hörsaal BIG 2 (Main Building)
Oral Presentation
Tatiana SEMENOVA, D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Department of Sociology, Russia
The career-guidance is one of the bridges between the labour-market and the educational sphere. This article is based on the analysis such characteristics as effectiveness of forms and methods of the career-guidance among the students at the beginning and at the end of their educational period and which are conducive to motivation of students for acquisition professional skills during the entire period of study with the taking into account the requirements of employers to the professional skills which should be possessed by future graduates; analysis of the factors that contribute to the formation of students' knowledge about their chosen profession; how career guidance helps students understand the social significance and the content of their chosen profession during the educational period and how this understanding contributes to the students' motivation to the acquisition professional skills; will the enough of those professional skills that students gain in the university for to meets the needs of the labour market or they needs to obtain for additional professional skills, which will require an additional finance expenses.