The Teaching Reform and Exploration of Civil Aviation Flight Skills Courses Based on International Application-oriented Talent Training

Mingjuan LI

Abstract


This paper aims at the needs of Shandong Airlines and other cooperative units for the training of our school’s flight technology (driving direction) talents, combined with the needs of our school’s flight training practice in aviation schools in the United States and Canada, and proposes to build a curriculum system under the work-oriented mode and teaching content. From the perspective of the cultivation of international application-oriented talents, with the vocational skills and quality training of students as the core, the teaching model reform of flight skills courses is carried out in many ways, which not only meets the requirements of civil aviation of China for airline transportation pilots, but also conforms to our school strives to build an application-oriented university with aviation as its main feature.


Keywords


Flight skills courses; Work practice orientation; Teaching model; Applied talents

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11756

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