VII. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONDITIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BASIC PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL

PROGRAMS

7.1. An educational institution, within the framework of the current legislation, independently develops and approves the OBOR for NGOs, taking into account the needs of the regional labor market and an exemplary OBOR.

Before starting the development of the BEL, an educational institution must determine its specifics, taking into account the focus on meeting the needs of the labor market and employers, and specify the end results of training in the form of competencies, skills and knowledge, and practical experience gained.

The specific types of professional activity for which the student is preparing should determine the content of his educational program, developed by the educational institution together with interested employers.

When forming the BRI, an educational institution:

has the right to use the amount of time allotted for the variable part of the BEP cycles, while increasing the amount of time allotted for the disciplines and modules of the mandatory part, or introducing new disciplines and modules in accordance with the needs of employers and the specifics of the educational institution;

is obliged to annually update the main professional educational program, taking into account the requests of employers, the peculiarities of the development of the region, science, culture, economics, engineering, technology and the social sphere within the framework established by this

federal state educational standard;

is obliged in the working curricula of all disciplines and professional modules to clearly formulate the requirements for the results of their development: competence, acquired practical experience, knowledge and skills;

is obliged to ensure effective independent work of students in combination with the improvement of its management by teachers and masters of industrial training;

is obliged to provide students with the opportunity to participate in the formation of an individual educational program;

is obliged to form a socio-cultural environment, to create conditions. necessary for the comprehensive development and socialization of the individual, the preservation of the health of students, to promote the development of the educational component of the educational process, including the development of self-government, the participation of students in the work of public organizations, sports and creative clubs;

when implementing the competency-based approach, the use in the educational process of active forms of conducting classes using electronic educational resources, business and role-playing games, individual and group projects, analysis of production situations, psychological and other trainings, group discussions in combination with extracurricular work for the formation and development of general and professional competencies of students.

7.2. Students have the following rights and obligations:

when forming their individual educational trajectory, the student has the right to transfer the relevant disciplines and professional modules mastered in the process of previous education (including: in other educational institutions), which frees the student from the need to re-learn them;

in order to educate and develop the personality, achieve results in the development of the main professional educational program in terms of developing general competencies, students can participate in the development of self-government, the work of public organizations, sports and creative clubs;

students are required to complete all the tasks provided for by the main professional educational program within the established time limits;

students should be given the opportunity to evaluate the content, organization and quality of the educational process.

7.3. The maximum volume of the student’s study load
is 54 academic hours per week, including all types of classroom

and extracurricular (independent) educational work but the development of the main professional educational program.

7.4. Maximum volume: classroom teaching load for full-time education is 36 academic hours per week.

7.5. The maximum amount of classroom teaching load for part-time (evening) education is 16 academic hours per week.

7.6. The total duration of the holidays is at least 10 weeks per academic year with a study period of more than 1 year and at least 2 weeks in the winter period with a study period of 1 year.

7.7. In the discipline “Physical culture”, 2 hours of independent study load can be provided weekly, including game types of training (due to various forms of extracurricular activities in sports clubs, sections).

7.8. An educational institution has the right for subgroups of girls to use 70 percent of the study time of the discipline “Life Safety”, allotted for studying the basics of military service, for mastering the basics of medical knowledge.

7.9. The normative term for mastering the main professional educational program in the profession of primary vocational education in full-time education for persons studying on the basis of basic general education is increased by 73 weeks at the rate of:

theoretical training (with compulsory educational
load 36 hours a week) 57 weeks.

intermediate certification 3 weeks.

vacation time 13 weeks.

7.10. Consultations for full-time students of education are provided by an educational institution in the amount of 100 hours per study group for each academic year, including during the implementation of secondary (complete) general education for persons studying on the basis of basic general education. Forms of consultations (group, individual, written, oral) are determined by the educational institution.

7.11. During the period of study with young men, training camps are held * (for study periods of 1 year 10 months).

7.12. Practice is a mandatory section of the BOP. It is a type of training sessions that provide practice-oriented training for students. When implementing BRI, NGOs

Clause 1 of Article 13 of the Federal Law “On military duty and military service” dated March 28, 1998 No. 53-FZ (Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation, 1998, No. 13, Art. 1475; 2004, No. 35, Art. 3607; 2005, No.> 30, item 3111; 2007, No.> 49, item 6070; 2008, No. 30, item 3616)

the following types of practices are envisaged: educational (industrial training) and industrial.

Training practice (industrial training) and internship are carried out by an educational institution when students master professional competencies within professional modules and can be implemented both concentrated in several periods and dispersed, alternating with theoretical classes within professional modules.

Goals and objectives, programs and reporting forms are determined by the educational institution for each type of practice.

Industrial practice should be carried out in organizations whose activities correspond to the profile of training students,

Certification based on the results of industrial practice is carried out taking into account (or on the basis of) the results confirmed by the documents of the relevant organizations.

7.13. The implementation of the main professional educational program in the profession of primary vocational education should be provided by teaching staff with secondary vocational or higher vocational education corresponding to the profile of the discipline (module) being taught. Masters of industrial training should have 1-2 ranks in the profession of a worker higher than provided for by the educational standard for graduates. Experience in organizations of the relevant professional field is mandatory for teachers responsible for mastering the professional cycle by students; these teachers and masters of industrial training must undergo an internship in specialized organizations at least once every 3 years.

. 7.14. The main professional educational program should be provided with educational and methodological documentation for all disciplines, interdisciplinary courses and professional modules

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Extracurricular work should be accompanied by methodological support and justification of the time spent on its implementation.

The implementation of the main professional educational programs should be provided with access for each student to databases and library funds, formed according to the full list of disciplines (modules) of the main professional educational program. During self-training, students must be provided with access to the Internet.

Each student must be provided with at least one educational: printed and / or electronic publication for each discipline

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general professional cycle and one educational and methodical printed and / or electronic publication: for each interdisciplinary course (including electronic databases of periodicals).

The library fund should be completed with printed and / or electronic editions of basic and additional educational literature in the disciplines of all cycles published over the past 5 years.

The library fund, in addition to educational literature, should include official, reference and bibliographic and periodicals in the amount of 1-2 copies for every 100 students.

Each student should be provided with access to library collections, consisting of at least 3 titles of domestic journals.

An educational institution should provide students with the opportunity to quickly exchange information with domestic educational institutions, organizations and access to modern professional databases and information resources on the Internet.

7.15. Council of an educational institution during the introduction of the BRI
approves the budget for the implementation of the relevant educational
programs.

Funding for the implementation of the OBOR should be carried out in an amount not lower than the established standards for financing a state educational institution 4 .

7.16. An educational institution that implements the main
vocational education program in the primary profession
vocational education, should have material and
technical base providing all types of laboratory
works and practical classes, disciplinary, interdisciplinary and
modular training, educational practice (industrial training),
provided by the curriculum of the educational institution.
The material and technical base must comply with the current
health and fire regulations.

The implementation of the BRI should ensure:

performance by students of laboratory work and practical exercises, including, as a mandatory component, practical tasks using personal computers;

mastering professional modules by students in the conditions of the created appropriate educational environment in the educational

4 Clause 2 of Article 41 of the Law of the Russian Federation “On Education” dated July 10, 1992 No. 3266-1 (Sobraniye Zakonodatelstva Rossiyskoy Federatsii, 1996, No. 3, Art. 150; 2002, Sh 26, Art. 2517; 2004, No. 30 , item 3086; No. 35, item 3607; 2005, No. 1, item 25; 2007, M> 17, item 1932; F 44, item 5280)

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institution or organizations, depending on the specifics of the type of professional activity.

An educational institution must be provided with the necessary set of licensed software.

List of offices, laboratories, workshops and other premises

Cabinets: biomedical disciplines; special pattern; life safety.

Workshops: barbershop – workshop, equipped. hairdresser’s chairs, mirrors, tables for tools and preparations, hair washers, dryers, sterilizers, bactericidal lamps, climate control, air conditioning, water heater, professional preparations.

Sports complex: sports hall;

an open wide-profile stadium with elements of an obstacle course;

shooting range (in any modification, including electronic) or a place for shooting.

Halls: library, reading room with Internet access; auditorium.

VIII. REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF MASTERING THE BASIC PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

8.1. The assessment of the quality of mastering the basic professional educational programs should include the current control of knowledge, intermediate and state (final) certification of students.

8.2. Specific forms and procedures for current knowledge control, intermediate certification for each discipline and professional module are developed by the educational institution independently and brought to the attention of students within the first two months from the start of training.

8.3. In order to certify students for the compliance of their personal achievements with the step-by-step requirements of the relevant OBEP (current and intermediate certification), funds of assessment tools are created to assess knowledge, skills and mastered competencies. Funds

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evaluation tools for intermediate certification are developed and approved by the educational institution independently, and for the state (final) certification – are developed and approved by the educational institution after ■-preliminary positive opinion of employers.

An educational institution must create conditions for. maximum approximation of programs, current and intermediate certification of students in disciplines and interdisciplinary courses of the professional cycle to the conditions of their future professional activity – for which, in addition to teachers of a particular discipline (interdisciplinary course), employers, teachers reading related disciplines should be actively involved as external experts.

8.4. Assessment of the quality of training of students and graduates
carried out in two main directions:

assessment of the level of mastering disciplines; assessment of students’ competencies.

For young men, an assessment of the results of mastering the basics of military service is provided.

8.5. A necessary condition for admission to the state (final) certification is the submission of documents confirming the development of competencies by the student in the study of theoretical material and the passage of educational practice (industrial training) and industrial practice for each of the main types of professional activity. Including a graduate, reports on previously achieved results, additional certificates, certificates (diplomas) of olympiads, competitions, creative work by profession, characteristics from places of industrial practice can be provided.

8.6. The state (final) attestation includes the defense of the final qualifying work (final practical: qualifying work and written examination work). Mandatory requirements – correspondence of the subject matter of the final qualifying work to the content of one or more professional modules; final practical qualifying work should provide for the complexity of the work not lower than the level of the profession of a worker, provided for by the Federal State Educational Standard.

The requirements for the content, volume and structure of the final qualifying work are determined by the educational institution on the basis of the procedure for conducting state (final) certification of graduates under NPO programs, approved by the federal body

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executive power, performing the functions of developing state policy and legal regulation in the field of education, determined in accordance with Article 15 of the Law of the Russian Federation “On Education” dated July 10, 1992 No. 3266-1.

The state exam is introduced at the discretion of the educational institution.

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