제4차 산업혁명에 대응하는 표준전문가 경력경로 연구

• 황윤원 (중앙대학교 공공인재학부) ;
• 송용찬 (중앙대학교 공공인재학부)
• Accepted : 2017.12.20
• Published : 2017.12.28
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Abstract

This study seeks the career development path for standard professional manpower training to respond to the $4^{th}$ industrial revolution based on the analysis of overseas professional manpower training from USA and EU. Based on the cases of USA & Europe and in-depth interview, this study suggested a professional manpower training system to cultivate both general expert and specialists at the same time. The study suggested that there is a need to train standard professional manpower with convergence professionalism that can combine the detailed fields in accordance with general and specific field. As for the program helping career development of professional manpower, job transfer/circulation system, career counseling, mentoring were suggested. Also, the study suggested that the training requires foundations such as various constructions of certification system of standard professional manpower, securing instructors with ability to conduct standard education wand professionalism, and empowerment through reeducation of current standard related manpower. This study is limited as it is a descriptive study based on domestic and overseas literature review and overseas case analysis in seeking career development path for professional manpower training. There is a need to diversify empirical research that could review the validity of the study result related to the $4^{th}$ industrial revolution and standard professional manpower.

Keywords

The $4^{th}$ industrial revolution;Standard policy;Standard education;Professional manpower training;Career development path

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