Heading: INNOVATION PHENOMENA IN THE FRAME OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
Pages: 48-53
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2022-14-1-48-53 ÓÄŹ 378.147 ĮĮŹ 74.484.4
Title: THE SYSTEM OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AS A TOOL FOR DEVELOPING «HARD SKILLS» AND «SOFT SKILLS» FOR STUDENTS OF LAW SCHOOLS
Authors: Zh.G. Pochivalova
Abstract: The article raises the actual problem of development of continuing education on the basis of the law University. The author substantiates the prerequisites for changing the system of professional education for training specialists with a set of « hard skills «and» soft skills. The key features of the system of continuing education are highlighted. We consider a three-level model of the working environment that generates requirements for the level of training of a specialist in the field of law. The article presents the experience of implementing the system of continuing professional education of the Russian state University of justice. The author proves the necessity of continuing preofe4ssional education as a tool to form soft skills and hard skills that are the main resource at the labor market. The experiences of the efficiently organized system of continuing education at the Ural Branch of the Russian State University of Justice, providing graduates’ demand at all levels of professional working environment is presented.
Keywords: continuing education, «hard skills», «soft skills», professionally important personal qualities, human capita
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