“I would be a conductor if someone teaches me!” Lesson
Participants will learn the conductor profession history. They will learn who had accompanied passengers before conductors, what badges were used to identify the master of the car, why the car was light and warm even before the electricity era.
All kids will pass quests, will try to play a role of a passenger car conductor and will attend in a battle for main professional document – Passport of Confidence.
“Car inspector’s hammer knock” lesson
Participants will learn why car inspectors are compared with doctor for trains, why he needed to have a tuneful ear and how one can see a defect.
By solving different tasks and by acknowledging the Museum collection, participants will try to find in themselves the most important qualities for this profession: attentiveness and responsibility.
“Station duty officer” lesson
Lesson gives an opportunity to learn the work of a station duty officer who is the only chief of the certain crew and everything at the station depends on his decisions.
Participants will learn the profession history, they will have an opportunity to wear a historical duty officer’s uniform and his cap with red crown, they will learn how to set a route on a control panel and to distinguish such close profession as station duty officer, switching foreman and station operator.
“I am a Driver” Lesson
During the acquaintance with the main rail profession, i.e. locomotive driver, participants will live one day of the locomotive crew, they will learn the steam, diesel and electric locomotive arrangement and how to distinguish them one from another.
They will find a cat on a locomotive, understand what locomotive driver and football player have in common and what driver has in common with artist, follow the evolution of locomotive work from the first steam “diligence” to the high-speed Sapsan train and perform special tests to receive permission to drive a locomotive.
The most important point in the profession choice is to make it with your own experience and knowledge of different professions. Then your choice will be truly informed one. It is important to learn the profession from the inside to see and to touch the working place and this is not an easy task to do by your own.
That’s why we offer our solution: tour routes linked with professions. The tour to the profession is not just unique way for schoolchildren to learn the peculiarities of railwaymen work, but also an increasing of motivation, adopting of new skills and knowledge that help to save time for informed choice of the profession.
And the early vocational guidance is an opportunity for children to see and try different professions. Museum tours acknowledge them with such professions as locomotive driver, conductor, railway engineer, car-building worker etc. and are performed in interactive form of a game.
By solving various tasks, children acknowledge themselves with professions; learn many new facts about each of them. After the end of program each kid can make his/her route using the tablet. The tablet offers several interactive quests in form of a game. By solving the tasks, children will learn the whole world of railway professions.