The role of continuing education in the formation of professional skills in the process of individual driving training

  • Evgeny Anichkin Altai State University - Russia
  • Anton Vasiliev Altai State University - Russia
  • Jorge Luis León González Universidad de Cienfuegos - Cuba
  • Kseniya Kovalenko Altai State University - Russia
  • Nataliya Kovalenko Altai State University - Russia
Keywords: Dangerous driving, training, driving schools, transport, traffic safety, traffic accidents, novice driver


This article presents solutions that are defined as a paradigm shift in driving schools, which will allow restructuring the process of driver training and reducing the risk of accidents. Thus, the study discusses ways to reduce the accident rate of drivers who have recently received a license to drive a car. To achieve the goal, accident statistics were analysed depending on driving experience and driver age. The influence of the Internet and computer games on the psychology of novice drivers was also studied. Finally, the process of driving skills formation in the entrepreneurial educational process of driving schools is described. We suggested that novice drivers should demand the proper driving school and consider the criteria by which they can choose a suitable and effective driving school to obtain complete and in-depth knowledge.


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Author Biographies

Evgeny Anichkin, Altai State University - Russia

Corresponding author. PhD, Head Department of Labour, Environmental Law and Civil Procedure, Altai State University, Russian Federation.

Anton Vasiliev, Altai State University - Russia

PhD, Director Law Institute, Altai State University, Russian Federation.

Jorge Luis León González, Universidad de Cienfuegos - Cuba

PhD, Associate Professor, Universidad de Cienfuegos, Cuba.

Kseniya Kovalenko, Altai State University - Russia

PhD, Law Institute, Associate Professor, Department of Labour, Environmental Law and Civil Procedure Altai State University, Russian Federation.

Nataliya Kovalenko, Altai State University - Russia

MSc, Law Institute, Department of Labour, Environmental Law and Civil Procedure, Altai State University, Russian Federation.


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How to Cite
Anichkin, E., Vasiliev, A., León González, J. L., Kovalenko, K., & Kovalenko, N. (2019). The role of continuing education in the formation of professional skills in the process of individual driving training. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 144-149. Retrieved from