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WorldSkills Methodology as an Instrument of Practice Training at Universities

Student: Evgeniy Petrov

Supervisor: Fedor Dudyrev

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Management in Higher Education (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

A review of the literature on the WorldSkills methodology as a tool for practice-oriented training at universities is presented. The organizational structure of the WorldSkills movement in Russia is described. The practice of using WorldSkills tools by universities in the context of practice-oriented training of students is analyzed. The analysis of the results of demonstration exams in Russia for 2017-2020 has been carried out. Competition test projects for regional and university competitions in a number of skills have been analyzed, and a proposal has been prepared on correlating WorldSkills skills and areas of higher education preparation. Key words: skills; the WorldSkills movement; practice-oriented training.

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