Strategies of Civil Aviation Pilots Cultivation in the Perspective of Applied Talent Training Concept

Linlin XING

Abstract


Civil aviation pilot is one of the most challenging occupations in the contemporary society. Civil aviation pilots not only play a critical role in the aviation industry, but also contributes a lot to the social development. It’s self-evident that applied civil aviation pilots cultivation is of significant importance. On the basis of analyzing the training model and professional characteristics of civil aviation pilots, this paper summarizes the basic requirements of the applied talents training concept to the civil aviation pilots cultivation, and probes into the training strategies of civil aviation pilots from the perspective of applied talents training concept.


Keywords


Applied talents; Civil aviation pilot; Concept; Cultivation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10933

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