pp. 1545-1556 | Article Number: iejme.2016.138
Published Online: August 26, 2016
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The article briefly represents the results of the monitoring of nanoindustry market. In particular, there is an urgent need for highly qualified personnel today. Accordingly, new educational programs for all levels of professional training are needed. The questionnaire survey of employers from different regions, revealed problems of educational programs. It was found that a system secured in legislation is needed, which would include occupational standards and related “system of obligatory public and professional assessment” of educational programs. During development of the Federal State Education Standards (FSES), in particular when forming professional competencies, it is necessary to take into account the wishes and requirements of employers. The scope of this study is the analysis of employers’ satisfaction in quality of professional training in specialized secondary and higher educational establishments, further vocational education (FVE) and evaluation of the industry needs in the nanoindustry personnel in the future.
Keywords: Educational programs; provider of educational services; overall system of monitoring; nanoindustry needs; result-oriented interpretation
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