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Talent Management Programmes at British, American and Canadian Universities: Comparative Study

References 1. Capelli, P., Keller, J. (2014). Talent Management: Conceptual Approaches and Practical Challenges. Annual Review of Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour, No 1, pp. 305-331 2. CIPD. (2012). Talent Management: An Overview Resource Summary. Retrieved 27.08.2015 from : http://www.cipd.co.uk/hr-resources/factsheets/talent-management-overview.aspx. 3. Columbia University. Managing Staff Promotions and Lateral Transfers. (2015). Retrieved 02.09.2015 from : http

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The System of Teacher Education Management in Great Britain

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The system of teacher education management, namely, forms and principles of teacher education management according to the normative base (Education Reform Act (1988); Education Act (1992; 1993; 1996; 1997; 2002); School Standards and Framework Act (1998); Higher Education Act (2004), etc.), monitoring and participation of the public in its management have been analyzed. It has been proved that lately the democratization process in British education management has been combined with the increased attention of the state to monitoring, requirements to appropriate activity of educational establishments and trends seem to be forward education quality enhancing, democratization of evaluation, monitoring and information providing processes. Changes in education management in the historical context have been considered. The organizations participating in education management in Great Britain have been outlined. The data has been presented that enabled to distinguish similarities and differences in the functioning of the organizations participating in education management in Great Britain and ensure the existing of independent management authorities within them.

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Comparative Pedagogical Studies on Models of Education Systems Management in the EU and Ukraine

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The article highlights the peculiarities of models of education systems management in the EU and Ukraine. It has been proved that effectiveness of the education process is determined by managerial culture, which characterizes a manager’s professional image. Special attention has been paid to finding the right balance between centralization and decentralization, national goals and regional or local interests. It has been emphasized that this balance should take into account the features of each country, region. It has been found out that centralized education management systems in some countries and decentralized ones in others are preserved due to specifics of the national traditions. It has been revealed that these two models of management have tendencies for convergence. The relationship between the model of education management and a teacher’s pedagogical style has been investigated. It has been emphasized that a managerial component should be transformed into professional and personal qualities. It has been stated that education managers’ quality is considered to be a priority for the countries-participants of the Bologna process, including Ukraine, as it is taken into account as a leading condition for establishing trust, correlation, mobility, comparability and attractiveness. It has been noted that education managers’ training is associated with a complex of direct and remote psychological and pedagogical problems arising under the influence of scientific and technological transformations: a person’s employment, their intellectual development, biophysical state. It has been revealed that the management model development does not correspond to the level of the management object development in all EU countries. In this context, the fact should be taken into account that in the EU countries there are processes of transformation of national thinking in continental one, which somehow diminishes the traditional cult of the nation.

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Professional Education Management: Comparative Analysis of Ukraine and European Countries’ Experience

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The comparative analysis of modern foreign concepts and systems of professional training of specialists in Western European countries has been carried out. Leading ideas, principles and regularities of the development of continuous professional education have been revealed. It has been stated that most developed European countries gradually reduce vocational education. At the same time, vocational and technical profiles of upper secondary education, which exist almost everywhere, with the exception of Great Britain, are actively developing. The consequence of these changes is the disappearance of many training profiles. Everywhere there is a tendency to prepare workers of advanced specialties. Today, European countries are working to solve the problem of “reducing training profiles to the minimum number”. At the same time profiling of high school is carried out. Different approaches to reforming the system of vocational education management in the countries of the world have been highlighted. Particular attention has been paid to the main areas of modernization of vocational education as a component of continuing education, the management of this process at the state, regional and local levels. Comparative analysis of materials in these areas has been carried out, the results of which suggest that the modernization of vocational education management in foreign countries is carried out using the principle of decentralization on the basis of the developed and adopted at the state level regulatory and legal basis. All countries have a clear division of powers at all levels of government (state, regional, local).

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Adapting Mechanisms for Managing Quality of Pedagogical Education in Ukraine to International Educational Standards: Comparative Analysis

REFERENCES 1. The system of education in Ukraine: the state and prospects of developments (Razumkov Centre analytical report). (2002). National Security of Defense , 4, 2–36. 2. Dombrovska, S. M. (2013). State Mechanisms for Management of Quality of Higher Education. Management , 2, 54–59. 3. Chmil, A. I. (2006). Principles of Forming the System of Management of Quality of education in the Conditions of Reform. Postgraduate Education in Ukraine , 2 (9), 75–76. 4. Korovkin, M. V. (2005). System of management of quality in the higher

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Academic Mobility Projects Management: Challenges for Ukrainian Professional Education

References 1. EUA. European University Association. (2015). Retrieved 1.10.2015 from : <http://www.university-autonorny.eu/>. 2. Erasmus Mundus - Integration of Neighbouring EasterN Regions through Cooperation in Higher Education. (2015). EMINENCE. Retrieved 1.10.2015 from : <http://www.mundus.amu.edu.pl/EMINENCE>. 3. EMINENCE Management. (2015). Retrieved 1.10.2015 from <http://mundus.home.amu.edu.pl/EMINENCE_MANAGEMENT/app/auth/login.php>. 4. EMINENCE Selection Process. (2015). Retrieved 1

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Forming Professional Competency of Education Managers in Central European Countries

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Trends in Professional Training of IT Managers in the Global Educational Space

European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: Rethinking Education: Investing in Skills for Better Socio-Economic Outcomes . Retrieved from http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/publications-andresources/key-documents . 4. Frenzel, C. W., & Frenzel, J. C. (1992). Management of information technology: excellence in information systems . Boston, Mass: Boyd & Fraser Pub. Co. 5. IT-haluz ta telekomunikatsii posidaiut trete mistse v Ukraini za eksportom – Kubiv . (2017). Vziato z https

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Peculiar Features of Attaining the CERA Designation in Canada

REFERENCES 1. Arlington, V. (2009). CERA: treaty launches new risk management credential globally. Casualty Actuarial Society . Retrieved from http://www.casact.org/media/index.cfm?fa=viewArticle&articleID=1058&CFID=21878014&CFTOKEN=39384776 . 2. Canadian Institute of Actuaries. (2017). What is CERA? Retrieved from http://www.cia-ica.ca/membership/cera . 3. Casualty Actuarial Society. (2018). Credential requirements . Retrieved from http://www.casact.org/cera/ . 4. Casualty Actuarial Society. (2018). Enterprise risk management and

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