RESEARCH ON THE MANAGEMENT SKILLS AND ABILITIES ACQUIRED IN THE MILITARY EDUCATION SYSTEM
Keywords: military training, training of cadets
AbstractThe socio-economical changes in the Bulgarian society leave their traces in all spheres of public life and in the military education system in particular. The implemented reforms in the Republic of Bulgaria assign to military higher schools the task to train officers with management skills and abilities at a higher level, ready to solve efficiently complicated and versatile tasks. The specific character of the non-combatant officer’s activity, sets increased requirements to their training and assurance of its effectiveness. The non-combatant cadet’s management skills and abilities appear to be significant indicators of improving the effectiveness in the military professional training for management activity and developing a readiness for the timely taking of quality management decisions. The research target is the professional military training of the future logistic officers. The research aim is to analyze the acquired skills and abilities in the course of professional military training management and to related to them management effectiveness. The methods of research are: theoretical analyses of the military education literature, inquiry, statistics, substantiation and general conclusions.
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