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Analysis on the Teaching Strategy of Civil Law in Higher Vocational Colleges Based on the Competency Model of Legal Workers

Yunhe Zuo


Higher vocational college is an important base for training technical and applied talents. Higher vocational law major should cultivate grass-roots working ability and talent team with future development potential that meet the needs of China’s legal construction. The competency model of legal workers is the epitome of the market demand for legal talents. Therefore, it is of great importance and necessity to carry out the construction of the teaching system of higher vocational legal courses based on the competency model of grass-roots legal workers. Starting with the constitution items and specific indicators of the competency model of legal workers, this paper analyzes the current situation and problems of civil law teaching in higher vocational colleges, and finally realizes the optimization and innovation of civil law teaching strategies in higher vocational colleges under the competency model of legal workers, so as to cultivate high-quality legal talents in higher vocational colleges.


Legal Worker; Ability and Quality Model; Civil Law of Higher Vocational Education; Teaching Strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i11.3001