Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Advanced Education Research and Modern Teaching (AERMT 2019)

Strategies to Improve Professional Qualities of College and University Counselors

Authors
Lan Wen, Shibang Long, Shaogang Yang
Corresponding Author
Lan Wen
Available Online October 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aermt-19.2019.11How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Counselors, Professional Qualities, Improve, Strategies
Abstract
As the backbone of ideological and political education, college counselors play an indispensable role in personnel training. On the basis of the literature analysis and previous studies, the paper puts forward strategies for improving the professional quality of college counselors. The author proposes that the professional quality improvement of college counselors is not only the responsibility of the school, and the personal needs of counselors, but also the obligations of society. This paper pointed out 3 present insufficiencies of counselors' qualities, and then enumerated 8 strategies to improve counselors' qualities from 3 aspects society, school and counselors themselves. The improvement of college counselor's professional quality is not only a goal, but also a process. The task is long-term and arduous. It needs multi-linkage to build a virtuous circle of management system. This study is beneficial for correctly positioning the professional role of counselors, improving the overall quality of counselors, and implementing the scientific quantifying of administration management in Chinese universities and colleges.
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