Professional Adaptation into Work Activity

Major: Nuclear Рower Еngineering
Code of subject: 7.143.01.O.007
Credits: 3.00
Department: Heat Engineering and Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants
Lecturer: Tetiana Rуmar, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Semester: 1 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: The results of the study of this discipline detail the following program learning outcomes - the ability to clearly and unambiguously convey their own conclusions on the problems of nuclear energy, as well as the knowledge and explanations that substantiate them, to specialists and non-specialists, in particular to students; - ability to be responsible for the development of professional knowledge and practices of the team in the field of nuclear energy, assessment of its strategic development; - ability to make decisions on nuclear engineering issues in difficult and unpredictable conditions.
Required prior and related subjects: - Prerequisites: Nuclear power plants - co-requisites: Master’s Thesis Internship, Master’s Thesis Preparation.
Summary of the subject: Vocational training and adaptation to work. Working capacity and working capacity in labor activity. General characteristics of functional states. Occupational deformation in the labor process. Occupational stress. Types of occupational stress. The reasons for its occurrence and course. Professional activity in extreme conditions. Factors influencing the emergence of tensions in employment. Prevention of psychological stress.
Assessment methods and criteria: • Current control (50%): oral examination. • Final control (50% of exam): control measures
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