Kotlyarenko Lidiya. Features Of Officer Training In Military Educational Institutions Of Ukraine

Social Sciences / Law / Common law and equity

Submitted on: Mar 23, 2022, 04:26:24

Description: Purpose: 1) to determine the content and peculiarities of the existing method of forming the skills of the future of the arrow, the problems, directions and prospects for improvement; 4) formulate proposals for improving the professional training of future arrowheads by introducing IDPA in the methodology of the principles, means and methods of training the shooters. The current system of infantry training in Ukraine does not meet modern requirements [1], and often it is aimed only at preparing the gunner to score in the system of sports training. Scores often have a formal character, with a clear distinction between the theoretical part of the fire training and the practical implementation of a shootout exercise. Of particular interest are the following modern sports games such as: "Applied, Defensive Shooting", "Practical Shooting", "Tactical Shooting". The exercises performed by the shooters of these kinds of sports are dynamic and are represented as those that most suit the specifics of the use or use of weapons (Rules of competitions of the All-Ukrainian Federation of Applied Rifle Sports). Material: 299 applicants for higher education (cadets) І-ІV courses of the educational-scientific institute for the training of criminologists, in the 2021-2022 academic year. The сadets were divided into groups according to the age and gender: (48,5% young men - 51,5% young girls), 16-17-year-old (n = 49) - 21 young men and 28 young girls, 18-year-old (n = 58) - 21 young men and 37 young girls, 19-year-old (n = 97) - 46 young men and 51 young girls, 20-21-year-old (n = 95) - 57 young men and 38 young girls.

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