Exploration and Research of Enterprise Ideological and Political Work to Improve the Quality of Talent Training in Modern Industrial Colleges: Take Zhongkai College of Information Technology, Huizhou University as an Example
DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2022.061212 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 318
Haisheng Liu 1,2, Jinhua Cai 3
1 College of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering, Huizhou University, 46 Yanda Avenue, Huizhou, 516000, China
2 Adamson University Graduate Institute, 900 San Marcelino Street, Manila, Philippines
3 The Second Kindergarten of Huizhou Municipal Government, Yuhao Ting, No.6 West District, Jiangbei Street, Huicheng District, Huizhou, 516000, China
Corresponding AuthorHaisheng Liu
Building moral character is the fundamental goal of cultivating talents in colleges and universities. At present, the study of enterprise thinking and politics work is often limited to state-owned enterprises and the scope of enterprise management. And there are many problems and huge challenges in the work of enterprise thinking and politics; the thinking and politics education work of colleges and universities has its own limitations and does not fully integrate with the actual situation to dovetail with the development needs of enterprises. The development of modern industrial colleges signifies that the talent cultivation of colleges and universities will be integrated into the development of enterprises to a greater extent, giving play to the advantages and role of collaborative education of enterprises. The current situation and problems of enterprise thinking and government work are analysed in depth. Put forward theoretical suggestions for the cultivation of talents in industrial colleges.
KEYWORDSCorporate thinking, industrial colleges, talent training, response measures, path research
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Haisheng Liu, Jinhua Cai, Exploration and Research of Enterprise Ideological and Political Work to Improve the Quality of Talent Training in Modern Industrial Colleges: Take Zhongkai College of Information Technology, Huizhou University as an Example. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2022) Vol. 6: 78-84. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2022.061212.
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