Scientific paper ID 2339 : 2023/1
STUDY OF THE ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS FROM TRANSPORT SPECIALTIES STUDYED IN A DUAL FORM OF EDUCATION
In their study Sauli, F., Wenger, M. & Berger,J-L. (2019). Apprentices’ perceptions of quality in the Swiss initial VET dual-system. In F. Marhuenda & M.J. Chisvert-Tarazona (Eds.),” , Florinda Sauli, Matilde Wenger, Valentin Gross & Jean-Louis Berger outlined the following: ”The results show that, in general, apprentices (students) perceive the links between school and school company as good and effective. However, some apprentices (especially students) - especially in the technical professions - have felt that what they have learned in school is not useful and is not in line with their training in the training company. ”
This publication aims to present some of the results of a study examining the motivation of students in the dual form of education, conducted among 74 students in ”Automotive Mechatronics” and ”Automotive Technics”.
To collect and analyze data on the perceptions / attitudes of students majoring in ”Automotive Mechatronics” and ”Automotive Technics” in relation to work-based learning (dual form of education).
To look for an answer to the question: ”With what tools and under what conditions can a higher motivation of students to acquire skills useful in the profession be achieved?”
обучение чрез работа дуална форма на обучение средно професионално образование транспортен сектор качествоlearning through work dual form of learning secondary vocational education transport sector qualityKamen Hristov
 Sauli, F., Wenger, M., Gross, V. & Berger, J.-L. (2019). The Quality of the Swiss Initial Vocational Education and Training System through Apprentices’ Perception of the Connections between School and Training Company. In T. Deissinger, U. Hauschildt, P. Gonon, & S. Fischer (Eds.), Contemporary Apprenticeship Reforms and Reconfigurations (pp. 20-23). Zurich: Lit Verlag.
 Sauli, F., Wenger, M. & Berger,J-L. (2019). Apprentices’ perceptions of quality in the Swiss initial VET dual-system. In F. Marhuenda & M.J. Chisvert-Tarazona (Eds.), Pedagogical concerns and mar- ket demands in VET. Proceedings of the 3rd Crossing Boundaries in VET conference, Vocational Edu- cation and Training Network (VETNET) (pp.195-200) https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2641905