The features of early vocational guidance are considered, which should take into account both the wishes of students (and their parents), and their abilities (capabilities), as well as the requirements of specific professions. At the same time, an improper (overestimated) assessment of one's abilities and capabilities leads to the wrong choice of a future profession (area of activity), retraining and the emergence of psychological discontent with the applicant. The complex of tasks is considered, the solution of which requires informational support during early career guidance. A generalized structure (upper level) of a professional passport is presented, including the following main components: intellectual, psychological, psycho-physiological, physiological and social, as well as demographic characteristics, successes and achievements, and professional trajectory. A set of tuples formally describing the upper level of a personal professional passport is given. The analysis of the main users and tasks that need information support. The features and structure of the information system to support vocational guidance in the early stages (school), as well as the prospects for its development based on the use of a personal professional passport to build an effective professional trajectory that best meets the requirements and capabilities of the applicant.

Authors: N. A. Nazarenko, P. I. Paderno, N. I. Nikiforov

Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control

Keywords: Career guidance, informational support, professional passport, applicant's model, informational support system for career guidance, professiogram

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