Exploration on Classified Talent Training of Road and Bridge Engineering in Higher Vocational Education Based on Enterprise Demand Underthe “Belt and Road Initiative”
Science Journal of Education
Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2019, Pages: 7-13
Received: Apr. 26, 2019; Published: Apr. 28, 2019
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Authors
Zhang Zhaohui, Transportation and Surveying & Mapping Engineering School, Yangling Vocational and Technical College, Yangling, China
Wei Shaoyang, Transportation and Surveying & Mapping Engineering School, Yangling Vocational and Technical College, Yangling, China
Li Mengjuan, Transportation and Surveying & Mapping Engineering School, Yangling Vocational and Technical College, Yangling, China
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Abstract
In recent years, at the international level, foreign-related traffic and civil engineering enterprises have accelerated the “going out” pace under the “One Belt, One Road” national strategy.Thus, the high-quality technical talents with international vision and international engineering rules are urgently needed. On the domestic sphere, the nation has accelerated the construction of a comprehensive transportation system. Besides, enterprises are also in urgent need of a large number of high-quality technical talents in first-line construction technology, safety management, testing, and other aspects. In the aspect of vocational education reform, higher vocational colleges have accelerated the reform of classified admission examinations, and the diversification and differentiation of student sources are more obvious. In order to meet the needs of enterprises for diverse talents and to meet the needs of students to grow up and become diverse talents, the practice of classified training for two grades students and the practice of enterprises ordering training have got a great result. This paper sums up the "Two-Five-Three" classified talent training mode for Road and Bridge Engineering major, and puts forward the specific implementation methods and safeguard measures, in order to provide reference for other professional reforms.
Keywords
Enterprise Demand, Higher Vocational College, Classified Talent Training
To cite this article
Zhang Zhaohui, Wei Shaoyang, Li Mengjuan, Exploration on Classified Talent Training of Road and Bridge Engineering in Higher Vocational Education Based on Enterprise Demand Underthe “Belt and Road Initiative”, Science Journal of Education. Vol. 7, No. 1, 2019, pp. 7-13. doi: 10.11648/j.sjedu.20190701.12
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