The introduction of a new profession (or revision) is usually a challenge for all people involved. Innovations are applied progressively: people who begin the first cycle of training are learning a new profession, and those who have already begun training continue training in accordance with the current system until that time. This situation involves considerable efforts on the part of persons responsible for vocational training, as well as on the part of responsible authorities, as well as operators and reservoir operators. Depending on the state of work, in parallel with training, during the first training cycle, it is necessary to develop the necessary application documents and prepare a qualification procedure with a final exam.
New application documents must be applied without exception; depending on the importance of the changes, those responsible for training should reorient and adapt existing training to new provisions. In order to support and guarantee the application of the new provisions, it is recommended that regular exchange meetings be held during the first training cycle. For this purpose, you can use already planned events (for example, days for instructors and instructors, or meetings can be specially organized. Ideally, these meetings should be held annually in the training center or vocational school and organized either by the committee for professional development and quality.
Themes and goals adapted to the needs are the exchange of experience at the place of study and / or between different places of study, change and further development of applied documents, as well as mutual information. Responsible for vocational training are accompanied by the application of a new profession (or revision), and the quality of training is always guaranteed. Annual meetings can help create a stable network that fosters mutual trust and cooperation.
Meetings are planned and held in collaboration with the Professional Development and Quality Committee, as well as with related issues. Form and duration Ideally, a national event is proposed for each year of study; however, depending on the assumptions and size of the profession, an event (linguistic) may also be proposed for each region. The development of meetings takes place in three stages: planning, conducting and subsequent analysis.
Skills indicate the ability to apply knowledge to accomplish tasks and solve problems; skills are described as cognitive (using logical, intuitive and creative thinking) and practice (which involve manual dexterity and the use of methods, materials, tools).