Development of non-governmental educational services in the conditions of digital economy

Innovations management

With the transition to market relations, the demand for educational services increases, but the state cannot fully satisfy it due to a lack of budgetary funds. The contradiction between the increasing educational demands and the possibilities of satisfying them only on a state basis are the reason for the emergence of the non-state sector in the education system. One of the main tasks of higher education institutions around the world is the training and retraining of qualified personnel that meet the requirements and technologies of our time. The creation of new and innovative higher education institutions, the creation of online forms of training, and new methods for the training and retraining of young specialists are progressive reforms in the field of education. In the context of the digitalization of the economy, the demand for educational services is growing many times over, as the modern labour market needs personnel with additional knowledge in the field of information technology. The main source of development of the digital economy are specialists trained to work with information technology. If, on the one hand, the requirements for training in information technology are included in the professional standards for teachers, then on the other hand, preparation for using IT goes beyond technical competencies and requires an expanded understanding of the methodological preparation of teachers for work in the electronic educational environment. It should be noted that in the digital
economy, many workers could become unclaimed due to wide employment of artificial intelligence. But along with this, new professions necessary in every branch of the economy will appear. And the training of such personnel in a short period of time can be carried out by non-governmental educational institutions using information technology.