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Construction of the Course of International Talents Training of Chemical Engineering Specialty in Higher Vocational Education Based on SWOT Analysis

  • Yuan LuoEmail author
  • Ying Liu
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)

Abstract

In recent years, China’s economic development is getting better and better, all walks of life are booming, these industries include service industry, industry, agriculture, but in recent years, the chemical industry is also constantly improving. Chemical industry includes all aspects of life, food safety, material safety, so the position of chemical industry in society cannot be ignored, and how to train professional chemical talents has become an important topic in recent years. On this topic, this paper puts forward the SWOT analysis method, and uses this method to study the international talent training of chemical industry specialty in higher vocational colleges. First of all, this paper outlines the method used in this study, namely, the SWOT analysis method, and describes the model of this analysis method and the process of SWOT analysis method. The other method is the curriculum training flow chart, which is proposed according to the different characteristics of each student. Through the research, we can find that students who use the SWOT analysis method have significantly improved their chemical performance level, which is 2.2% higher in February, 3.2% higher in May, 4.0% higher in August and 4.8% higher in November.

Keywords

SWOT Vocational chemical industry Personnel training Curriculum construction 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This paper supported by:

1. Hunan Provincial Research Project of Education and Teaching Reform of Vocational Colleges (ZJGB2016194).

Research and Practice on International Talent Training in Higher Vocational Colleges Under the Strategic Background of “the Belt and Road” - Taking Chemical Engineering as an example.

2. Hunan Provincial Research Project of Education and Teaching Reform of Vocational Colleges (2019JJ70068).

Research on the Long-Term Mechanism of “214” Education Quality Evaluation in Higher Vocational Colleges from the Perspective of Stakeholders.

3. Hunan Provincial Research Project of Education and Teaching Reform of Vocational Colleges.

Curricular Diversification: Research on the Characteristic Development Path of Quality Curriculum in Higher Vocational Colleges (2019B169).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hunan Chemical Vocational Technology CollegeZhuzhouChina

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