Analysis on Effective Approaches to Improve College Counselors’ Vocational Capability From the Discipline Perspective

Ju FENG

Abstract


College counselors should be qualified with correspondent management ability as well as certain discipline basis so as to fundamentally improve their vocational capability for the purpose of facilitating the higher education work to be implemented smoothly. From the discipline perspective make analysis on effective approaches to improve college counselors’ vocational capability and clarify which vocational capabilities college counselors should own and major paths for vocational capability promotion to achieve the synchronous development of college counselors themselves and discipline construction.
Although college counselors have existed for half a century in China, there is still no specific vocational concept so that they receive relatively low sense of approval from the whole society. In recent years, “College Counselors’ Occupational Ability Standard (Temporary)” has confirmed counselor’s occupational concept to facilitate the improvement of counselor’s social status and vocational credibility, stimulate college counselors’ routine working enthusiasm, and strengthen management work quality in colleges and universities. Make analysis and discussion on college counselors’ vocational capability from the discipline perspective to clarify its essential connotation for the successful implementation of various work in colleges and universities.


Keywords


Subject; Instructor; Professional ability; Promotion; Way

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

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