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|Substantiation of the advanced training program “Social work with military personnel and military-social work in the context of sustainable development goals”
Cwer, Andrew M.
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|Substantiation of the advanced training program “Social work with military personnel and military-social work in the context of sustainable development goals” / I. Trubavina [et al.] // E3S Web Conferences : Second International Conference on Sustainable Futures: Environmental, Technological, Social and Economic Matters (Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine, May 19-21, 2021). 2021. Vol. 280.
|The article is devoted to the implementation of sustainable development goals in the training of social employees and military personnel engaged in military and social work. The purpose of the research is to develop a training program “Social work with military staff and military-social work”. There were used such research methods as comparative analysis, theoretical analysis, generalization, survey, modeling, synthesis. The result of the article is the developed program that consist of three modules. Among them there are such modules as “Digital tools for teaching social work”, “Theoretical foundations of social work with servicemen and their families”, and “Practice of social work with servicemen and their families in the community”. The program features are following: a training form and a set of approaches to its content. There are the program prerequisites for the study result implementation such as the mastering by teachers of the tools of media education, the distance technologies and their methods of use, and interaction of community specialists with military component in training. The prospects for further research are the development of specialization disciplines in the higher education institutions on the research issue. The scientific novelty consists of a set of scientific approaches in the program content developing, clarifying the essence of the “military and social work” concept and others.
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