Evaluation of vocational education institutions in Azerbaijan in the context of students

In countries where technology and science and industrialization have
developed in parallel, the collective application of technology and
new technological systems in industry has created a need to train
human capital with special qualifications. In order to cultivate a quality
person, it is necessary to establish a technical vocational education
with a new content that meets modern requirements, and at the same
time the training of students should be based on the mastery of modern
technological methods. Of course, this theoretical and practical
information given in vocational schools will not be enough on its own.
The vocational education model in Germany, France and the UK,
which have the strongest economies in the European Union, is sharply
different from the models of other countries. These models are applied
in accordance with the Azerbaijan vocational education system. The
vocational education system of Azerbaijan, which is formed and developed
on the basis of the models of vocational education in the
world, at some points has problems that are rooted in various reasons.
In order for vocational education in Azerbaijan to become a strong
vocational education model in the future, problems that may arise in
advance should be be predicted and eliminated in a timely manner.
In short, vocational education should be evaluated by professionals
and researchers, and purposeful, effective proposals should be developed.
The lack of any practical research in Azerbaijan slows down
the solution of problems. Evaluation in vocational education is possible
on the basis of several factors. The author thinks that while evaluating
the education system, the opinions of the individuals he brings to the
agenda should be taken into consideration. This issue has become
the main subject of research.

Keywords: Vocational education, vocational high schools, students, vocational education models, evaluation

Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies is an academic journal founded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The journal publishes original articles in the following areas of research: education management; educational philosophy and educational theory; education policy; curriculum; educational technologies; pedagogy; sociology of education; history of education; special education; teacher training; assessment, etc. The journal also includes reviews of books on education published in local and foreign publications.
The journal is among the publications recommended by the Supreme Attestation Commission under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.