VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
AND LABOUR MARKET
ISSN 2307-4264 (Print) ISSN 2712-9268 (Online)

Activity-based career guidance as a key factor in the implementation of the Professionalitet federal project


Introduction. Due to the need to solve the most important socio-economic tasks, career guidance of young people is one of the key areas of activity in the field of education. In these conditions, an activity-based approach to career guidance is actualised when a school graduate comes to an educational institution with a conscious choice of profession. 

Aim. To present the experience of a professional activity approach in career guidance in order to identify a professionally oriented applicant and, as a result, improve the quality of education in the process of accelerated training of workers under the implementation of the Federal project “Professionalism. 

Methods. The description of the experience is accompanied by an analysis of the results of a survey of schoolchildren participating in an experimental career guidance project. 

Results. Conditions for an activity-based approach in career guidance which ensure the effectiveness of career guidance in training and increasing the number of professionally motivated graduates who find employment and continue to work in a mastered profession are defined. 

Scientific novelty. It is substantiated that the activity-based approach, unlike traditional methods, contributes to the formation and development of professional self-awareness, deeper immersion in professional activity, and a more conscious, real choice of a future profession. 

Practical significance. The proposed model and didactic conditions of  professionally oriented career guidance in conditions of successful social partnership can be used in educational institutions of any level and profile of education.


For citation:

Gaineev, E. (2024). Activity-based career guidance as a key factor in the implementation of the Professionalitet federal project. Vocational Education and Labour Market, null(1), 95–104. https://doi.org/10.52944/PORT.2024.56.1.007