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The Necessity and Strategic Analysis of Modern Apprenticeship Innovation of Mechanical and Electrical Specialty in Higher Vocational Education



Modern apprenticeship is a talent training model of deep cooperation between enterprises and schools. The innovation of modern apprenticeship training model by vocational colleges is an important way to train innovative talents of vocational colleges. The innovative talent-training model of the combination of work and study has been carried out in some higher vocational colleges in China. The pilot work of the modern apprenticeship training model has been carried out. This is of great significance to improving the teaching level. This paper first analyzes the necessity of modern apprenticeship for innovating mechanical and electrical majors, then further research and discussion on innovation strategies.


Higher Vocational Education; Mechanical and Electrical Majors; Modern Apprenticeship; Innovation Strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2572