Socio-Pedagogical Conditions of Future Social Specialistst Training for Successful Professional Career

Yaroslav Spivak, Svitlana Omelchenko, Mariana Mateeva Petrova, Svitlana Kurinna, Ian Kurinnyi


Problems of social protection have become one of the most discussed in the world. Specialists of various specialties work in the social sphere: psychologists, lawyers, doctors, sociologists, etc. However, the leading role belongs to social specialists. There is a lack of social specialists, and if there are any, they do not understand exactly what they should do. The article deals with singling out the socio-pedagogical circumstances of the future social specialistseducation for an effective professional career. The focus is on analyzing of the modern directions of vocational education of future social workers. It is singled out and substantiate the socio-pedagogical circumstances for of future social professionalseducation for an effective professional career, such as: actualization and development of students' motivation to build a successful professional career; taking into account the peculiarities of the practical activities of social specialists and their transformational influences on various subjects of communication activities; gaining practical experience based on self-development. The socio-pedagogical circumstances of future social spesialists education is defined in the work as set of external and internal cconditions,  which implemant in the process of vocational education of future social workers will ensure effective formation of hard and soft skills,  fundamental qualities for an effective professional career. It is found out possible ways to implement the selected socio-pedagogical conditions in the vocationaleducation of the future social professionals for an effective professional career. The using of the different methods allowed to obtain objective information about the socio-pedagogical conditions of vocationaleducation of future social specialists to a successful professional career. The statistical data of the research are represented  using diagrams, tables and figures.

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