IMPROVEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL TRANING OF FORENSIC EXPERT IS IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERT DIDACTIC
The article considers improving issues of professional training of forensic expert. Training of forensic expert personnel is one of most important means of providing expert support of justice in the state, since only a high level specialist is able to provide an objective conclusion based on use special knowledge in any kind of legal proceedings. That is why the creation of an effective model of the communicative activity of a forensic expert plays an important role in the training of forensic expert personnel. Some issues of expert staff training in Ukraine and abroad are considered. Obligatory element of the training of subjects of forensic expert activity is the allocation of requirements for their professional speech activity. After all, the level of development of communicative skills and habits directly affects the level of communative competence, in general determines efficiency of work of each individual employee, as well as of the whole system as a whole. Professiography of forensic expert activity subjects is of particular relevance. Professiography is a definite set or system of skills and habits, psychological qualities necessary for the successful performance of professional activity. Author proposes a professiography model of subjects of forensic expert activity, which is an exemplary scheme of a forensic expert professiography. This scheme should include the following components: content of work; professionally important qualities; knowledge, skills, abilities; working conditions; medical contraindications; circumstances preventing a person from performing a forensic expert duties; requirements for professional training; related professions; the range of posts; possibility for performing labor activity by an expert independently or as a legal entity that is not owned a state specialized institution; demand for a profession in the labor market. Author reveals features of indicated components professiogram.
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