Proceedings of the 2014 2nd International Conference on Advances in Social Science, Humanities and Management

Study on Application-oriented Talent Training Model of Public Security Colleges in Transition Period

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Gao Na
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Gao Na
Available Online December 2014.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/asshm-14.2014.9How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Working Process Systematization; Public Security Education; Transformation; Talent Training
Abstract
The ministry of education vice-minister Lu Xin said in the end of March 2014, how to solve the structural contradiction of employment in China is the core of education reform. The breach of the education reform is the modern vocational education system, and training of talents is technical skilled talents. In the future, China will make the construction of modern vocational education system as the breakthrough point. We must implement the strategic adjustment of education structure, and adjust the focus on high school and higher education stage. According to the request from the ministry of education, in 2014 the total of 600 colleges and universities will finish transformation to vocational education. For public security, the most professional particularity of colleges and universities, training applied police officers, realize from the academic to the vocational educational change is inevitable. This article was based on such a background. The vocational education in the working process of the systematic education theory is introduced into the public security education. The way to the positioning of talent training, talent training, teaching mode innovation and teachers construction four aspects to explore the transformation of the public security colleges and universities of applied talents training mode.
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