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Formation of Laboring Competencies for Workers of the Oil Industry

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The oil activity is one of the sectors prioritized by the Cuban government and its development requires the constant formation and training of the personnel who work there, thus the strategic mission of the Petroleum Training Center is the training of the personnel who work in the branch oil company and in this the formation of labor competence in drilling operators constitutes a fundamental pillar, for which it is intended to contribute to the formation of laboring competence in drilling operators in the formation scenario of the Teaching Unit Exploration Production and the oil company in Cuba. In order to respond to this reality, the theoretical and methodological references of competency training are studied, which reveals a theoretical plurality that allows combining competency training, the historical-cultural conception and advanced education, taking from them the significant elements, and evidencing the relevance of unity within diversity. It was possible to reach these results through the application of theoretical methods of science, such as the historical-logical method to determine the evolutionary antecedents and the logic of the development of labor competence, and the methods of analysis, synthesis, induction and deduction that led to theoretically and methodologically support the formation of laboring competence. The empirical level of science method used was the review of documents related to the training process and the quality management system since the training of the drilling operator's job competence is a professional training process that is supported by the training process. The determination of the referents and the training scenario in which the training process takes place showed the need for a modeling of the process to adjust it to the training context of the drilling operator.

DOI 10.11648/j.ijmfs.20210704.13
Published in International Journal of Management and Fuzzy Systems ( Volume 7, Issue 4, December 2021 )
Page(s) 87-94
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Keywords

Competency, Laboring Competency, Training, Formation

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  • Exploration Production Teaching Unit, Petroleum Training Center, Cardenas, Cuba

  • Science Training Center, University of Matanzas, Matanzas, Cuba

  • Faculty of Industrial Engineering, University of Matanzas, Matanzas, Cuba

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