Stepanov A.A. IMPROVEMENT OF THE RUSSIAN SYSTEM OF STAFF TRAINING IN THE CONDITIONS OF ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu3.2019.1.8

Aleksey A. Stepanov

Director of the Center for Work with Branches, Russian University of Economics named after G.V. Plekhanov, Stremyanny Lane, 36, 117997 Moscow, Russian Federation,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , https://orcid.org/https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8642-0641


 

Abstract. The main resource of modern manufacturing, agricultural, construction, transport enterprises and also the companies connected with information technologies is their staff. The level of staff training corresponding to the current trends in technology and technologies development, directly defines the level of relevant production industry development and national economy in general.
The development of robotics and the roboti technologies in modern economy has a significant impact on change of the enterprises requirement in human resources and also on change of employers’ requirements to professional competences of staff. In the long term, labor market will impose increased requirements to staff on possession of professional competences, on interaction with robotics in a workplace, including the ability to control the equipment, to carry out monitoring of production operations observance and be able to adapt to changes in production process taking into account functionality of robotics. According to various research and polls, the modern system of staff training does not provide the study of such professional competences. In the long term, it can result in discrepancy of the young specialists’ competence that completed training in the programs of secondary professional education, and forming the offer in labor market, to those requirements which are imposed from employers. In these conditions transformation of the staff training system which will be focused, first of all, on the formation of those competences which will allow young specialists not only to use the available equipment, but to have an opportunity to master new technologies.
The paper outlines the problem of incompliance of the level of young specialists training and the current trends of robotics development on the basis of statistical data and results of the available research.

Key words: staff, human resources, labor market, professional competences of staff, production efficiency, production operations, innovations, robotics, robotic technology, collaborative robots, kobota, exoskeletons.

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