Author (s): Vdovenko І.S., Vdovenko О.I.

Work place:

Vdovenko І.S.,

Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate Professor,

Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Humanitarian Disciplines,

Academy of the State Penitentiary Service, Chernihiv, Ukraine,

ORCID: 0000-0001-9047-7213


Vdovenko О.I.,

PhD in Pedagogy,

Associate Professor of the Department of Professional Education and Life Safety,

Taras Shevchenko National University «Chernihiv Collegium», Chernihiv, Ukraine,

ORCID: 0000-0001-7183-2072


Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Education. Social and Behavioural Sciences 2023. № 1 (10): 22–39


The article investigates the influence of factor of education on competitiveness formation of specialists, organization, country, and on this basis providing of high level of vital functions of population. Attention is paid on interactive character of education, consideration of its constituents in the wide spectrum of co-operations and mutual relations, following and sequence of becoming of end-point, namely: acquisition of knowledge, abilities and skills in the process of transition from more subzero levels of education to next higher. Marked, that the concept of forming of competitiveness as innovative idea of rich in content comprehension of social processes leans against the necessities of society of his consent to operate, to take pains to the receipt of high professionalism on the terms of open market, in other words in the competition environment of globalization and internationalization, development of communication technologies. At such statement of a question scientifically-reasonable reformation of the system of education as most intellectual and mass.

The stages of acquisition of competitiveness are analysed, among them: natural competition capabilities, competition capabilities, namely: knowledge, ability and skills, what acquired in the process of education during life, competitive edges in professional activity.

Key words: society, education, interactiveness, concept, competitiveness, communication.


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