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Journal Kompetentnost': 1 / 162 / 2019


  • 1
    Professional and Educational Standards: Problems of Implementation and Application
    Authors: V.I. Pronyakin, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Prof. Dr., Assoc. Prof.  
    P.А. Karepin, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Prof. Dr.
    We considered the issues of higher education reform and the project of creating a system of professional standards as well as analyzed the levels of interaction of educational standards of 3 ++ series with professional standards in the framework of higher education. We believe that while development of educational standards one can not focus on demand, as it comes from a primitive economy and the past historical period. It is necessary to agree that there is no single approach to harmonizing the requirements of professional and educational standards if we want to achieve consensus in society and in professional communities regarding the convergence of labor and education markets. Depending on the type and level of education, educational standards can be differentiated in accordance with the degree of their coordination with professional standards.
  • 2
    Analysis of the Project Method Features in Engineering Personnel Training
    Authors: M.I. Abashin, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Dr., abashin@bmstu.ru 
    O.V. Zarubina, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Dr., ov_zarubina@mail.ru  
    V.M. Korneeva, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Prof. Dr., v_korneeva@list.ru 
    S.S. Korneev, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Dr. 
    V.A. Moiseev, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Dr. 

    The given article is devoted to the application of the project method in the engineering personnel training. Special attention was paid to its place in pedagogical science and practice, as well as the role and technologies of the project training, its advantages and disadvantages and possible risks in its implementation. We have analyzed the structure of project training and ways to improve the level of specialists’ training in accordance with the demands of labor market. We believe that the project method of training engineering personnel meets the modern needs of the economy. The implementation of this training model requires the development of a corresponding Road Map. Its implementation will allow universities to improve the quality of graduates’ education, ensuring their compliance with the requirements of employers.
  • 3
    Wave Processes in the Innovation and Technological Development of Complex Systems
    Authors: A.V. Leonov, FSBU 46 Central Research Institute Ministry of Defense of Russia, Prof. Dr., alex.clein51 
    A.Yu. Pronin, FSBU 46 Central Research Institute Ministry of Defense of Russia, Dr., pronin46@bk.ru
    The basis of the modern methodology for substantiating the innovative development of complex systems is the interrelation of the cycles of program-targeted planning with the long Kondratieff waves, the innovative Schumpeter waves and the technological waves of Glazyev. In this article, we have reviewed the modern innovation-technological concept, formed the classification of wave processes in the innovative-technological development of complex systems, and established the mechanisms for the emergence of waves at different levels of decomposition of a complex system, stages and periods of program- targeted planning. Further study of wave processes in the development of a complex system will enable us to identify and describe technical, technological and economic phenomena arising from the imposition and combination of various wave processes. It will help to improve the mechanisms for managing the development of complex innovation and technological systems in the direction of adaptation to the new technological order in the conditions of financial and economic instability in the world.
  • 4
    Best Available Techniques and Energy Efficiency Enhancement
    Authors: T.V. Guseva, Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Prof. Dr. 
    O.Yu. Chechevatova, Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Dr. 
    O.V. Grevtsov, Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Prof. Dr. 
    A.Yu. Sanzharovskiy, Research Institute ‘Environmental Industrial Policy Centre’, Department of BAT Assessment, Dr. 
    Ya.P. Molchanova, Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Dr.
    In the article we present results of the comparative analysis of two regulatory constructions — technological regulation based on Best Available Techniques and Greenhouse Gases emissions regulation. We assess both the international experience and emerging Russian approaches. It is emphasised, that criteria for selecting Best Available Techniques also open opportunities for high production energy efficiency, which in turn leads to the reduction of Greenhouse Gases emissions. We offer sector-related examples showing the inter-relatedness of waste minimisation solutions and approaches to reducing carbon emissions. It is underlined that two permitting systems — the first Integrated Environmental Permits and Best Available Techniques, and the second allowing emissions of Greenhouse Gases should operate independently from each other. At the same time, instruments forming incentives for the implementation of Best Available Techniques and energy efficiency enhancement may and ought to provide for reducing emissions of Greenhouse Gases in industry.
  • 5
    Integrated Management System as an Element of the High-tech Enterprise’s Information Support System
    Authors: K.I. Porsev, Yaroslavl State Technical University, MTU, ram_dva@mail.ru
    M.F. Bulatov, FSBIS Scientific and Technological Center of Unique Instrument Making RAS, Dr. Prof., bulatov_agu@mail.ru 
     P.I. Abramov, JSC Research and Development Institute POLYUS named by M.F. Stelmakh, Dr. Assoc. Prof., api-03@yandex.ru
    We have analysed the current state of the information support of modern high-tech enterprises. In this article we have also shown the main advantages and problems of using CALS-technologies in the quality management processes of information technologies of high-tech enterprises in the country. Improvement of the current approach to the implementation of the basic organizational and managerial part of the CALS concept is needed. It should be based on the creation of an integrated management system (IMS). We have developed an algorithm and a model for constructing IMS in the basis of the information support system of a high-tech enterprise based on CALS technologies.
  • 6
    Evaluation of the Economic Efficiency of Educational Institutions Quality Management System
    Authors: V.I. Shevchenko, Belarusian State Institute for Advanced Studies and Retraining in Standards, Metrology and Quality Management, Dr., info@bgipk.by
    I have reviewed the existing methods for evaluating the effectiveness of educational institutions’ quality management systems. Using relative indicators characterizing changes in performance and use of resources over time, I have proposed evaluating methodology based on the calculation of the system performance and resources’ ratio. I believe that by applying the proposed methodology, an institution can receive information about the effectiveness of the QMS EI functioning and draw conclusions about the effectiveness of measures taken to improve the quality of its activities, justification and optimality of the resources spent. The described approach makes it possible to organize systematic work aimed at a multilateral assessment of the QMS functioning. Increasing the effectiveness of the QMS and reducing activities’ resource intensity, the organization has the opportunity to improve its economic efficiency, and hence its competitiveness.
  • 7
    Assurance of Сonformity: Metrological Provision of Measurement and Testing Products
    Authors: E.A. Sysoeva, N.P. Ogarev National Research Mordovia State University, Assoc. Prof. Dr., sysoewa@mail.ru 
    T.A. Rozhkova, LLC, Center for Certification of Electric Lamps and Lighting Products, ntc_elsi@mail.ru
    In the given article we have considered the role of methodological assurance of products’ measurement and testing in the confirmation procedure. In addition, we have formulated the tasks and set out the requirements for the metrological assurance of measurements and tests for the purposes of conformity assessment. In the article we have introduced the tasks and requirements to metrological provision of measurement and testing products for the validation purposes. We have given the requirements for the Quality Manual in terms of metrological assurance of measurements and tests, which must operate in an accredited testing laboratory (center), conducting measurements and tests for the confirming compliance purposes. Here we have also shown that metrological maintenance of measurements and tests influences considerably on obtaining exact, authentic data for conformity assessment. This creates a reliable basis in reducing the risk of unsafe and low-quality products’ access to the Eurasian Economic Union markets.

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