B a c k g r ou nd . The article is devoted to the problem of forming health-saving competence in higher pedagogical education students. In the context of current challenges – social tensions, pandemics, environmental crises and psycho-emotional stress – health, both physical and psycho-emotional, is becoming a critical aspect of professional training. The article discusses the model of health competence formation, which includes theoretical, content, organizational and procedural blocks. The theoretical block is based on pedagogically-centered and contextual approaches, which allows for an in-depth analysis of students' needs and capabilities. The content block includes axiological, epistemological and praxeological components that focus on the development of value orientations, knowledge and practical skills. The organizational and procedural block considers the stages of competence formation: diagnostic, basic and reflective-analytical, which provide a systematic approach to the educational process. Purpose and objectives. The purpose of the study is to develop a model of health-preserving competence formation of higher pedagogical education students. Re su lt s . This model can serve as a practical tool for teachers of higher education institutions, as well as a basis for further research. It is aimed at training future teachers who will not only impart knowledge but also develop students' skills of self-preservation and responsible attitude to their health, which is an important part of modern pedagogical science. C onc lu si on s . One of the main aspects that requires attention in this context is the development of methodological foundations for evaluating the effectiveness of models for the formation of health-saving competencies. It should be noted that traditional methods of assessing academic achievement, such as tests and exams, often do not take into account health-related competencies. This, in turn, leads to inefficiency of the educational process in terms of preparing students for real life challenges, including maintaining their own health under stress, extreme situations and other risk factors.

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