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Development of an Educational Programs’ Professional-Instrumental Component for the Formation of Competences in the Field of Modern Measuring Technologies

Student: Maria Krasivskaya

Supervisor: Fedor Dudyrev

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Management in Higher Education (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The thesis deals with problem related to necessity for development and implementation engineering educational programs and their components for training of professionals with appropriate qualification in the area of modern measurement technologies. The objective of this work is the development of a flexible modular professional-instrumental component (PIC), which can be integrated into educational programs for the formation of metrological competences with consideration of main stakeholders’ requirements. The project is based on the idea of generalization and harmonization of requirements for competences connected to skilled usage of modern measurement technologies instrumentation, with the emphasis on requirements of measurement technologies vendors. As a part of the predesign research results, the work includes the analysis of measurement technologies' trends, educational and professional standards, information of leading vendors and their requirements. Design results include structure of the system for the forming of generalized instrumental-metrological competence (IMC), project of info-software complex for the stakeholders' requirements' analysis, the structure and content of PIC, the structure of equipment, educational and informational resources of PIC, the assessment system for IMC and PIC. Keywords: engineering education; measurement technologies; metrological education; instrumental competences.

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