Main components of the social worker's readyness to work in children's health and leisure institutions

  • Mariana Matviichuk Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
Keywords: readiness, readiness levels, readiness content, structure, children's health and recreation institution

Abstract

The readiness of a social worker to work in children's health and recreation facilities is defined as a complex multifaceted process.
The purpose of the study is to explore some approaches to defining the content of the concepts of "readiness", to reveal the structural components and content of the preparation of social workers to work in children's health and recreation facilities. Analyze the criteria and levels of readiness of future professionals. The article uses research methods: theoretical: analysis of psychological and pedagogical literature and publications to determine the main components of the readiness of a social worker to work in health and recreation facilities; classification of criteria and levels of readiness on the basis of the processed scientific works. Result. The main structural and semantic elements are analyzed and their expediency in the process of training specialists is determined. The classification of criteria and levels of readiness of a social worker to work in children's health and recreation facilities, based on the manifestation of creative abilities and ability to perform tasks under standard and non-standard conditions.

Published
2020-05-12
Section
Current issues of theory and practice special education and social work