Author (s): Togochynskyi O.

Work place:

Togochynskyi O.,Grand PhD in Pedagogy Sciences, Associate Professor,Rector,
Academy of the State Penitentiary Service,Chernihiv, Ukraine

Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Education. Social and Behavioural Sciences 2019. № 1 (2): 141–153


The article is addressed to Criminal and Executive System future specialists’ social and economic competence forming. It is determined that educational process in higher educational institutions with specific studying conditions is formed as a system of organizational and pedagogical measures that provides cadets with an opportunity to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in social and humanitarian, economic, professional and military spheres. It is defined that a future specialist acquires competence if he has necessary competencies in the field of material production or non-productive sphere. The emphasis is placed on the fact that the process of social and economic competence forming is a multi-level system process that includes a process and activity, cognitive, informational and communicative and value component, and consists of economic literacy, consciousness, thinking, worldview, social responsibility and behavior. It is noted that socio-economical competence of future Criminal and Executive System specialists’ forms gradually. The cognitive component formation of competence takes place at the first stage; development of the motivational component is ensured at the second stage; axiological component is formed at the third stage that allows to assess the level of all components forming and the readiness to use knowledge, skills and experience in real situations in practice. The result of social and economic competence forming is the formation of active component, as the final link that integrates the mentioned components. It should be noted that educational institutions use different types of innovative educational technologies that provide future specialists’ social and economic competencies forming, namely: method of intelligence mapping, problem solving, structural and logical exercises, integration, person-oriented tasks, essays and others. It is proved that social and economic competence forming involves cadet’s personal basic qualities and integral characteristic. This provides effective team activity in the Criminal and Executive System according to the legal and moral standards that are typical in modern society.Key words: education, educational process, competence, social and economic competence.


  1. Antonova, O. E. (2011), “European Dimension of Competency Approach and Its Conceptual Foundations”, in Dubasenyuk O. A. (Ed.), Professional Teacher Education: Competency Approach: Monograph, Zhytomyr, рp. 81–109.
  2. Biryukov, B. V. (2010), “Methodological works of Mill”, New Philosophical Encyclopedia / Stepin, V.S., Huseynov, A.A., Semigin, G.Yu. Thought, M., (Ed.), 4 Volumes, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian.
  3. Winter, I. A. (2003), “Key competencies – a new paradigm of the result of modern education”, Higher education, No. 5, pр. 34–42.
  4. Кirianova, O. V. (2015), Personality competences of an effective manager, Training, KNEU, Kyiv, 81 р.
  5. Kovtun, G. I. and Martynenko O. V. (2013), “On the issue of forming the economic competence of students”, Pedagogical sciences: theory, history, innovative technologies, No. 4, pр. 135–144.
  6. Kubanov, R. A. (2011),„Characteristics of the qualities of a competitive personality of the future marketer and the peculiarities of their formation in the educational process of higher educational institutions”, Visnyk of LNU after Taras Shevchenko, No. 13 (224), II part, pp. 178–184.
  7. New Ukrainian School: Teacher’s Guide(2017), Under the Comm., Bibik, N. (Ed.), Pleiades, Kyiv, 206 p.
  8. Sergeeva, M. G. and Bedenko, N. N. (2012), Quality System for Continuing Economic Education, Kursk, 221 p.
  9. Padalka, O. S., Shpak, O. T., Pristupa, V. V. (2011), Didactic-mathematical basis of formation of economic competence: teaching. manual, National Drahomanov M. P. Pedagogical University, Kyiv, 239 p.
  10. Polat, E. S. and Bukhankina, M. Yu. (2008), “Implementation of the person-oriented approach and constructivism in the system of teaching”, Modern pedagogical and information technologies in the system of education: study. manual for student higher studying institutions, 2nd ed., Academy, Moscow, рp. 104–296.
  11. Butenko, N. Yu. and Cherpak, A. E. (2011), Training of management competencies: Teaching Manual, KNEU, Kyiv, 444 p.
  12. Yunchik, V. (2013), „Formation of Professional Competence of Students in the Realization of the Bologna Process”. Scientific essay of the SNU named after L.Ukrainka, Lutsk, No. 7, pр. 9–14.
  13. Goldratt, Eliyahu M., Jeff Cox. (2014), The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement. 30th Anniversary Edition, North River Press, Great Barrington, MA, 362 p.
  14. Hillebrandt P., Cannon J., Lansley P. (1995), The Construction Industry – In and Out of Recession, Macmillan, Basingstoke, 185 p.
  15. Johnson, G. and Scholes, K. (1999), Exploriтng Corporate Strategy, Text and Cases, 5th ed., Hemel Hempstead, Prentice Hall, 664 p.
  16. Kay J. (1993), Fonridntions of Corporate Success: How business strategies add value, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 433 р.
  17. Prahalad, C.R. and Hamel, G. (1990), The core competence of the organisation, In: The State of Strategy, Harvard Business Review, Cambridge, MA, pp. 3–15.


|Full text .pdf

©2024. Penitentiary academy of Ukraine