Research on the Training Path of Higher Vocational Students’ Comprehensive Quality Based on the Modern Apprenticeship System
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Modern apprenticeship
Comprehensive quality
Training path



Submitted : 2024-04-21
Accepted : 2024-05-06
Published : 2024-05-21


The modern apprenticeship system is a training mode suitable for the cooperation between vocational education schools and enterprises to train high-quality technical talents. However, due to problems such as imperfect mechanisms, unclear responsibilities, and inadequate integration of resources, the modern apprenticeship system has no significant effect on talent cultivation. In view of these problems, this paper takes Yibin Vocational and Technical College as an example, implements the second batch of modern apprenticeship pilot projects promoted by the Ministry of Education, and explores the training path of modern apprenticeship from four aspects: optimizing the school-enterprise collaboration mechanism, two-way mutual employment of two teachers, co-construction and sharing of school-enterprise resources, and jointly promoting the comprehensive quality improvement plan of students. This paper hopes to provide a certain reference for the cultivation of the comprehensive quality of modern apprenticeship students.


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