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Volume 344, 2021International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Problems and Directions of Development of Metal Science and Heat Treatment of Metals and Alloys, Dedicated to the Memory of Academician A. A. Baykov” (MPM 2021)
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Professional responsibility in the aspect of road transport education
Orel state university named after I.S. Turgenev, 302026, Orel, 95, Komsomolskaya str., Russia
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The modern functioning of the technical sphere of production is due to the development of post-industrial society. In the context of postindustrial development, the inevitable transition to free and responsible activity of individuals is predicted. In the concept of professional responsibility inherent in the post-industrial society, the moral and ethical sphere of engineering education of the motor transport profile is significantly highlighted. Based on the results of a multi-panel study conducted at the Department of Machine Service and Repair of Orel State University, a high level of actual significance of the competencies of university graduates, reflecting their readiness for professional responsibility, was established. In this regard, a scientific and pedagogical problem, little emphasized before, is formulated-the formation of a moral and ethical competence profile in the course of the educational process. The article presents a theoretical consideration of professional responsibility as a significant mechanism for regulating engineering activities in the aspect of the provisions of metaethics. The article analyzes the didactic characteristics of educational activities aimed at mastering the provisions of professional responsibility of engineering and technical workers of the motor transport complex by university students.
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