Integrated Training Model for Collaboration between Schools and Vocational Colleges
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Cheng Xiaojun, Chen Xiaoqin
With the development of society and educational reform, the integrated training model of vocational education between secondary vocational schools and higher vocational colleges in the long-term education system has attracted increasing attention. This article explores the importance and implementation strategies of the integrated training model for vocational education between secondary vocational schools and higher vocational colleges, with the core concepts of three-dimensional integration and five-party collaboration. By promoting collaborative cooperation in curriculum design, teacher training, practical learning, management, and evaluation, the seamless integration between secondary vocational education and higher vocational education can be achieved. This enables students to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills, enhancing their competitiveness and adaptability in the job market. The article also discusses the challenges and solutions in implementing this model. In conclusion, the integrated training model for vocational education in the long-term education system is essential for cultivating high-quality talents who can meet the demands of modern society, and future research directions are proposed.
long-term education system, vocational education, talent integration, integrated training model, collaborative cooperation