Current Dilemma and Countermeasure of College-Enterprise Cooperation in Higher Vocational Education

Teng-Juan LI, Cai-Xia LIAO, Min TANG

Abstract


Higher vocational education is an important part of China's education system. Higher vocational colleges are the carrier of Higher Vocational education and college-enterprise cooperation is an important way to improve the quality of higher vocational education and provides an important platform for the realization of the goal of training technical applied talents in Higher Vocational education. The depth and breadth of school-enterprise cooperation have an important impact on the effectiveness of Higher Vocational education. Therefore, educators should carefully analyze the current dilemma of college-enterprise cooperation, and put forward effective countermeasures to help improve the effectiveness of Higher Vocational education. General Secretary Xi Jinping emphasized in the report of the Nineteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China: "Perfecting the vocational education and training system, deepening the integration of industry and education, college-enterprise cooperation." In March 2018, the Ministry of Education, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Finance and other six departments jointly issued the Promotion Measures of College-Enterprise Cooperation in Vocational Schools, which clearly pointed out: "The integration of industry and education, College-enterprise cooperation is the basic mode of Vocational education and the key to running vocational education well." It can be seen that the relevant departments of the state attach great importance to promoting the integration of industry and education and promoting college-enterprise cooperation, which provides policy and theoretical support for the extensive development of college-enterprise cooperation in Higher Vocational education.

Keywords


Higher, Vocational, Education, College-Enterprise, Cooperation, Dilemma, Countermeasures


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2019/28179

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