Integrative Games as the Technique of Technical University Students’ Professional Competences Formation in the Field of Health and Safety

Elena N. Prokofieva, Alexander Y. Shirnin, Konstantin A. Smotrin, Gulfiya R. Tuisina, Ivan V. Pavlov, Galina G. Tenyukova, Natalia A. Filina


In order to prevent and minimize the consequences of global environmental change caused by ecological, technological and economic problems, there need professionals with high-quality training in the field of health and safety. The article defines the special aspects of technical students’ professional competences formation of in the field of health and safety in the modern world. The authors propose a set of integrative games boosting the learning process, creating simulated professional activities (situations), making it possible to develop skills and influence the relationships of participants and ensuring the formation of social and professional activities and readiness for work. This article is intended for teachers, psychologists, researchers, potential employers, specialists in the field of health and safety.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p64

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