A series of quarantines caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the massive introduction of distance learning technologies into the vocational education system. The subsequent decline in the level of effective organization of training of future specialists, including ensuring the quality of knowledge transfer to them and creating comfortable conditions for their acquisition of professional competencies, provoked a pedagogical search for appropriate methods and technologies that would allow satisfying the educational needs of the subjects of the educational process. The article raises the issues of improving the quality of vocational education, in the basis of which it is proposed to take into account the components of a continuous technological process of forming the competence of future specialists and skilled workers. In this vein, technological education is an important link in the formation of the vocational education system, especially in the vector of its modern transformations associated with online learning. The authors focus on the positive and negative aspects of the use of digital technologies, which, on the one hand, ensure the possibility of implementing the educational process of educational institutions during quarantine restrictions, and on the other hand, given that the activity-based basis of training a profession is a priority competence component. At the same time, the use of information and communication technologies can significantly improve the quality of the educational process. Despite the impossibility of full-fledged remote training in various professional and technological operations, the use of augmented reality technologies and virtual laboratories for remote training allows to train various types of activities and combine them in different combinations. It also helps to assimilate technological operations and develop one’s abilities, create communicative situations, automate practical actions, as well as provide an opportunity to influence the leading representative system, implement an individual approach and intensify students’ independent work. The article analyzes a number of electronic educational resources, the use of which can provide significant assistance in the preparation and conduct of classes for teachers of vocational institutions and become a significant help for improving the quality of the educational process.

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