The terms of the production practice are established in accordance with the calendar training schedule (curriculum).
Terms of practice (educational)
Terms of practice (industrial)
Part-time – 13.04 – 26.04.2017 (defence on April 26)
Terms of practice (undergraduate)
Part-time — 27.04 – 24.05.2017 (defence on May 24)
2. Goals of work experience
Industrial practice is an important stage of the educational process for the preparation of highly qualified specialists in the field of personal management.
The internship is designed to contribute to the deepening and consolidation of theoretical knowledge of the principles of organization, the methodology of working with personnel, as well as the acquisition of practical skills in modern organizations of any organizational and legal form, etc.
The aims of the practice are:
– consolidation of theoretical knowledge gained during training at the PMO VO “ATiSO”;
– development and improvement of skills in the analysis and organization of the personnel management system.
Work practice tasks
The objectives of the production practice are:
– study and participation in the development of organizational, methodological and regulatory and technical documents for solving individual tasks of managing the organization’s personnel at the place of internship;
– development of proposals for improving the organization’s personnel management system;
– collection of necessary materials and documents for the completion of the final qualifying work.
Planned learning outcomes during internship
The internship by students is aimed at the formation of the following professional competencies:
5. The place of the production practice is determined
deans of socio-economic and correspondence faculties together with the department of labor economics and personnel management to each student individually. At the request of students, the place of practice can be chosen by them individually in agreement with the deans.
1. Referral to practice is issued by order of the Academy with
indicating the start and end dates of the internship and the objects of the internship (individually for each student, depending on the topic of the final qualifying work).
The student must draw up an agreement for the practice between the Academy and the Organization (the form of the agreement is taken at the Academy).
2. *Formation of an individual task
The individual task is determined by the supervisor
practice taking into account the interests of the student. The task should contain a clear statement of the intended goals and expected results. From the goals should follow the formulation of a specific task proposed for solving the student, and the place of this task in the general set of tasks should be indicated.
The individual assignment for practice includes the following main sections:
• formulation of research direction;
• goals and objectives of the study;
• a general overview of the existing ways and methods of solving such problems, existing in the theory and practice of personnel management;
• recommendations on sources of information in accordance with a given aspect of the research work.
The assignment for industrial practice can be represented by a list of thematic sections that reveal the main content of the areas of work of students. Each section defines the area of professional knowledge acquired by the student by the beginning of the practice, for which it is necessary to acquire sustainable knowledge and skills.
Deviations in the content of the assignment are allowed, both in the theoretical and practical aspects. Therefore, when formulating an individual task for an internship, students need to decide on their own preferences and prospects.
Practice Reporting Forms
As the main form and type of reporting , a practice diary and a written report are established. The form, approximate content and structure of the diary and written report is determined by the graduating department**.
At the end of the practice, a practice report is defended , which is equated to grades (credits) for theoretical training and is taken into account when summing up the overall progress of students. When defending the report, the leadership of the Academy, representatives of the educational and methodological department, the dean of the faculty, the head and teachers of the relevant department, practice leaders from the organization (enterprise, institution) may be present.
When evaluating the results of the student’s work, the characteristic given to him by the head of practice from the enterprise, institution or organization is taken into account.
4. The form of control over the passage of practice – differentiated
credit (credit with an assessment). The grade for the practice is put in the statement and entered in the student’s record book signed by the head of the practice from the department.
Students who have not completed the practice program for a good reason are sent to practice a second time, in their free time from study.
Students who have not completed the practice program without valid reasons or who have received an unsatisfactory grade are expelled from the Academy as having academic debts in the manner prescribed by legislative acts.
5. Summing up the practice:
In accordance with the evaluation criteria, it is necessary that the internship documentation submitted for defense should include a written report on the internship, a diary drawn up according to the requirements of the department, a review-characteristic from the organization and a review of the practice leader from the Academy (Appendices 1, 2, 3 and 4 ) and an internship contract.
6. The report protection procedure is carried out in the following order:
Characteristics of the organization of internship, its organizational structure, labor organization, work experience of the organization.
· the main activity of the organization of internship.
normative documentation used in the organization;
report and defense of the report on the internship in the organization;
Proposals for improving the activities of the organization;
Answering additional questions.
The final grade for defending the practice report is recorded in the statement and in the student’s record book.
Typical control tasks for assessing knowledge, skills and abilities may include the following questions:
1. General information about the organization and a brief description of the types of activities.
2. What types of safety briefings are conducted in the organization?
3. Name the legislative and regulatory documents that regulate the activities of the organization.
4. Name the organizational structure of the organization, the main functions and tasks solved in the organization.
5. What are the features of the organizational culture of the organization?
6. What technological processes are implemented in the organization?
7. How is the interaction between departments, services within the organization?
8. Tell us about the procedure for providing reports on the work carried out by the structural divisions of the organization to management.
9. Tell us about the structure and functions of the organization’s personnel management service.
10. Conduct an assessment of the personnel policy and personnel management strategy of the organization.
11. Give an analysis of the organization’s personnel management system.
12. What are the objectives of the practice were set for the trainee and how they are fulfilled during the period of practice?
13. What tasks were completed by the student during the internship, what results were obtained?
14. What skills and practical skills did the student acquire during the internship?
15. What information-analytical and socio-psychological experience did the student acquire during the period of practice?
7. Structure and content of work experience
|No. p / p||Sections (stages) of practice||Types of work in practice, including independent work of students and labor intensity (in hours)||Forms of current control||Realized competencies|
|Lectures, talks, instruction||Working with libraries, archives, electr. resource-sami||Consultations with the head of practice from the department||Consultations with the head of practice from the organization||Independent work of a student|
|1. Preparatory stage|
|1.1||Goals and objectives of the practice||Lecture attendance record in diary||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|1.2||Formation of an individual task*||Interview with the head of practice from the department||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|1.3||Acquaintance with the head of practice from the organization||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|1.4||Passing a safety briefing||A mark on the passage of the briefing in the diary||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|1.5||Arrival at the workplace|
|1.6||Acquaintance with the head of the department and members of the team in which the practice will take place||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|1.7||Studying the main legal documents of the organization||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|Total for the preparatory stage, hour||6||2||2||6||4|
|2. Experimental stage. Internship|
|2.1||Familiarization with the characteristics and activities of the organization||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|2.2||Studying the organizational structure of management||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|2.3||Study of organizational culture||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|2.4||Conducting an analysis of personnel policy and personnel management strategy in the organization||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|2.5||Studying the structure and functions of the personnel management service||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|2.6||Study and analysis of the personnel management system in the organization||Interview with the head of practice from the organization||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|Total for the experimental stage, hour||4||eight||116|
|3. Final stage|
|3.1||Processing, systematization and analysis of the information received and collected materials||Preparation of a written report||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|3.2||Formation and preparation of a practice report||Written report||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|3.3||Defense of the report at the department||Evaluation: differentiated credit (credit with evaluation)||OPK-2 OPK-4 OPK-6 PK-5 PK-18|
|Total for the final stage, hour.||4||2||2||60|
|TOTAL: 108 hours|