Using Information Technologies in Professional Training of Future Security Specialists in the USA, Great Britain, Poland and Israel

Dmytro Kyslenko
2017 Comparative Professional Pedagogy  
The paper discusses the use of information technologies in professional training of future security specialists in the United States, Great Britain, Poland and Israel. The probable use of computer-based techniques being available within the integrated Web-sites have been systematized. It has been suggested that the presented scheme may be of great significance for organization of security specialists' professional training in Ukrainian higher education institutions as it promotes searching for
more » ... n individual paradigm in processing various data and adjusting to modern challenges of an information soceity. The process of expanding learning techniques through information technologies has been emphasized; four directions of US Education Reform have been outlined; the distinctive features of theory and methodology of using information technologies in the United States have been highlighted. The learning models in Israel have been described; the aim of future specialists' training in Poland has been formulated. The methodological and practical components offuture security specialists' training of have been analyzed. It has been indicated that nowadays Great Britain has the most detailed education standards in Europe. It has been pointed out that studying experience of other countries contributes to determining a strategy for using information technologies in education. It has been concluded that methodical and practical training of future security specialists for using information technologies should be related to practical skills. It has been found out that motivation play an important role in developing future security specialists' practical skills. It has been proved that pedagogical professionalism promotes achievements of science and technology. Prospects for further researches are seen in studying the peculiarities of professional training of future security specialists in leading European countries.
doi:10.1515/rpp-2017-0051 fatcat:gl7r5uvgm5h4fgrpn355vryvsu