The peculiarities of cadets training in Irkutsk Fire Technical School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR: historical-pedagogical aspect
Abstract.The subject of this article is the peculiarities of process of cadets training in the Irkutsk Fire Technical School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR during the period of 1973–1976. The research covers the instructional-pedagogical transformation of cadets since their enrollment until graduation. The author indicates the organizational-methodological characteristics of the stage of enrollment into Irkutsk Fire Technical School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR. The article reviews the subjects taught in each course of study, as well as determines the best training groups in the school. Analysis is conducted on quantitative changes in the composition of cadets by training courses. The article examines the question of professional peculiarities of training, line, service and fighting activities of alternating staff of the school. The scientific novelty consists in analysis of the factors that impacted the transformation of quantitative and qualitative composition of training course under review (1973–197). The article is first to examine archival data of the activity the specific historical-pedagogical object of research, such as the cadets training course of 1973–1976. The specificities of carrying out pedagogical activity as a crucial factor in training of firefighters are analyzed. The research is interesting to a broad audience due to the fact that examination of instructional and training activity of Irkutsk Fire Technical School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR is an important element in studying the establishment and development of departmental system of education of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR in the territory of Baikal Region in the XX century.
Keywords: technician qualification, scientific potential, level of training, graduation of specialists, the educational process, professional activity, MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE USSR, fire school, professional education, training of personnel
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