Indira lizeth Uceda Pintado, José Manuel Riojas Cisneros, Bertila Hernández Fernández
The purpose of this study was to analyze and evaluate in a systemic way and then proceed to choose and summarize the scientific support regarding soft skills as a catalyst for the comprehensive training of teachers at the JEC institution in the city of Chiclayo. The following repositories were consulted: CONCYTEC, DIALNET, PROQUEST, EMERALD INSIGTH, SCIENCE DIRECT, EBSCO, CONACYT AND REDALYC. Regarding the language, it was not restricted, but the year in which it was developed was between the years 2018 – 2021. Articles that had results on the soft skills model were included as a catalyst for comprehensive training in teachers in the JEC institution of the city of Chiclayo, as well as documents with reasons why the soft skills model should contribute to the comprehensive training of teachers in the JEC institution of the city of Chiclayo. For its part, the results were found in the following way, it was chosen according to the relevance of the variables under study, and the articles that contain them were also chosen randomly. Likewise, the 30 papers found were taken for analysis, where 23 investigations were taken into account that analyzed the various characteristics of soft skills and comprehensive training, and 7 articles and scientific journals. By which it is concluded that the scientific evidence found supports the support of the soft skills variables as a value contribution and that it seeks to improve the comprehensive training of teachers at the JEC institution in the city of Chiclayo.
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