SPECIALIST IN PHYSICAL TRAINING: ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS
Keywords:profession, specialty, qualification, specialist in physical education, professional activity
On the basis of scientific resources the article gives the analysis of following concepts: «profession», «specialty», «qualification» and «specialist». Different approaches to treating these concepts in the modern science are revealed in the article. The structural components of professionally aimed individual are allocated and analyzed in details: professional orientation, professional competence, professionally important qualities and professionally important physiological properties. The meaning of the concept «a specialist in physical training» is given in the article as well as the list of main competences of graduates of higher educational institutions of physical training and teacher training direction. Among them great attention is paid to: forming the basis of rational behavior, aesthetic norms and skills in the training process; assistance in labor, intellectual and aesthetic education of pupils during the lesson of physical training; forming the essentials of self-behavior of an individual in the process of physical training. The criteria of readiness for professional activity of the modern professional in physical training are defined: forming the basic and professional economic culture of the individual of an employee; value-semantic orientations; attitude to the profession; forming the systemic integrational skills; the awareness about peculiarities of the region and regional peculiarities of the system of physical education; willingness to participate in development of the market field; the acceptance of responsibility for their own career; willingness to provide competition using moral methods; realizing by the specialist the scientific reduction of basic theories into elaboration of conceptual fundamentals of professional activity in conditions of market economy.
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