The Construction and Practice of Classified Talent Cultivation System Combining with Professional Certification
Yang Jianwei 1 * , Zhu Aihua 1, Zhang Yuanyuan 1, Zhao Chunqing 1
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1 Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, CHINA* Corresponding Author


According to the idea of CDIO engineering education, this paper, combing with professional certification, makes training plan of Urban Rail Transit Vehicles Engineering direction in our school on the basis of research on universities at home and abroad. It strengthens the teaching of basic subjects and increases the weeks of practice link in the aspect of course offered to perfect undergraduate tutorial institution in the process of training. Besides, in the process of undergraduate education, it delegates different academic advisor forming the cooperative guidance of ideological and political instructors, professional tutor and academic advisor (Three mentoring) according to students’ willingness and potential, which can satisfy the requirements of students with different targets, needs and capabilities so that it helps realize classification of talent training. Allowing the students to participate in scientific research project and scientific and technological innovation activities of different levels and types, it improves students' learning capacity, innovation capability, cooperation capability and engineering practical ability. Through application practice of class 104 of School of Machine-Electricity and Automobile Engineering, it proves that classification talent cultivation system has feasibility and promoting significance which achieved satisfied results.


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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 12, Issue 8, August 2016, 2187-2197

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