El papel de la educación continua en la formación de habilidades profesionales en el proceso de entrenamiento de manejo individual

  • Evgeny Anichkin Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Anton Vasiliev Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Jorge Luis León González Universidad de Cienfuegos, Cuba
  • Kseniya Kovalenko Altai State University, Russian Federation
  • Nataliya Kovalenko Altai State University, Russian Federation
Palabras clave: conducción peligrosa, formación, autoescuelas, transporte, seguridad vial, accidentes de tráfico, conductor novato

Resumen

Este artículo presenta soluciones que se definen como un cambio de paradigma en las autoescuelas, lo que permitirá reestructurar el proceso de capacitación de conductores y reducir el riesgo de accidentes. Por lo tanto, el estudio analiza formas de reducir la tasa de accidentes de los conductores que recientemente recibieron una licencia para conducir un automóvil. Para lograr el objetivo, se analizaron las estadísticas de accidentes según la experiencia de conducción y la edad del conductor. También se estudió la influencia de Internet y los juegos de computadora en la psicología de los conductores novatos. Finalmente, se describe el proceso de formación de habilidades de conducción en el proceso educativo emprendedor de las escuelas de conducción. Sugerimos que los conductores novatos deben exigir la escuela de manejo adecuada y considerar los criterios por los cuales pueden elegir una escuela de manejo adecuada y efectiva para obtener un conocimiento completo y profundo.

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Publicado
2019-09-30
Cómo citar
Evgeny Anichkin, Anton Vasiliev, Jorge Luis León González, Kseniya Kovalenko, & Nataliya Kovalenko. (2019). El papel de la educación continua en la formación de habilidades profesionales en el proceso de entrenamiento de manejo individual. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 52-58. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/501