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The article presents conceptual and theoretical approaches to designing an adaptive system of vocational training for agro-engineers - a variety of pedagogical systems, the source of which is due to the contradiction between the required and current agro-engineering vocational training. Thus, under modern conditions, the agro-engineer becomes the subject who resolves complex processes of agricultural modernization during adaptation to the environment and adapts himself to the operating conditions.The content and means of vocational training should allow the achievement of a complex of competencies, the ability to form emotionally significant relationships and adaptive functioning, which determines the target aspect of the projected adaptive system.The information and technological aspect, conditioned by the informatization of modern society, reflects the adaptive mechanisms of the agro-engineer to the information and technical environment of future professional activity.In a situation of rapid changes, the main new formation of an adapted person is the ability to self-change, the development of which is supported by a knowledge system that based on an integrative approach to its construction.Within the framework of the adaptive system of vocational training, the content aspect includes the selection of training material aimed on the formation of specialist’s competence through the integration and interdisciplinary synthesis. The axiological aspect associated with the compliance of objective and subjective value systems of an agro-engineer ensures the successful implementation of professional activity in accordance with its specifics. The study showed that the implementation of targeted, content, information and technological, axiological aspects of adaptive vocational training system contributes to the achievement of the cumulative effect in the form of adaptive potential necessary for the integration of students into professional activity.

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O. N. Berishvili

Samara State Agricultural Academy

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