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Заглавие: Потребности на работещите в социални институции и организации от продължаващо образование
Други Заглавия: Needs of workers employed in social institutions and organizations for continuing education
Автори: Baltadjieva, Yonka
Kotzeva, Tatyana
Derijan, Itska
Ключови Думи: needs of workers in social institutions for continuing education
skills and attitudes for doing social work
Issue Date: 2011
Издател: Burgas Free University, 62, San Stefano Str., 8001 Burgas, Bulgaria
Цитиране: International research conference ,“Interaction of theory and practice: key problems and solutions”, Burgas, 24 - 25 june 2011
Серия/Отчет но.: BFU_MK_2011_TOM_IV;str-276
Резюме: The paper presents the main results from the survey conducted among workers employed in social institutions located in Burgas. The questionnaire tested different skills and attitudes of managers and providers of social services for adults towards acquirement of new professional abilities. The study has outlined three fields for continuing education: work and communication with difficult clients, improvement of computer skills (Excel) and updated knowledge of the legislation related to social policy.
Описание: International research conference 2011
URI: http://research.bfu.bg:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/259
ISBN: 978-954-9370-81-2
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