Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic
Introduction to Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic (成都航空职业技术学院, website) was founded in 1965. The Desheng Intermediate Technical School was established by the Third Ministry of Machinery Industry. From 1966 to 1998, the school has been renamed and restructured several times. In 1998, it was approved by the Ministry of Education to become the first batch in China and the first in Sichuan Province. Higher Vocational Colleges. It is a public full-time ordinary college directly under the Sichuan Provincial Department of Education, the first batch of national model vocational colleges in the country, a high-quality vocational college in Sichuan province, a national higher education demonstration base, and the first batch of high-end technical skills undergraduate talents in Sichuan Province. Joint training schools and training bases for highly skilled talents in Sichuan Province.
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic is located in Chengdu Longquanyi District, the capital of Sichuan Province, the core area of Sichuan Tianfu New District (national level), Chengdu Economic and Technological Development Zone (national level), and the world-class automobile industry city. It covers an area of nearly 900 acres and has a construction area of 340,000 The total assets of teaching and scientific research equipment are more than 300 million yuan (average of more than 25,000 yuan per student). Among the full-time teachers in the school, the proportion of “dual-teacher” teachers, the proportion of young and middle-aged teachers, the proportion of graduate education, and the proportion of overseas training experience all exceed 70%. 3 famous teaching teachers, 2 provincial academic and technical leaders, 9 experts who enjoy special government allowances from the State Council, 2 provincial outstanding experts, 1 national model teacher, 2 national outstanding teachers, and provincial teaching teachers 5 and 2 national teaching teams and 4 provincial teaching teams. At the same time, a large number of industry enterprise technical experts and skilled artisans have been hired.
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic has always adhered to the school’s positioning of “serving aviation, serving national defense, and serving regional economic and social development.” 9 secondary colleges including College of Architecture, College of Architecture and Engineering, and School of Management, offering aircraft mechanical and electrical equipment maintenance, aircraft electronic equipment maintenance, aero engine installation test technology, general aircraft maintenance, aircraft manufacturing technology, composite material engineering technology, flight attendant, unmanned There are 39 specialties such as aircraft application technology, fixed-wing aircraft driving technology, numerical control technology, industrial robot technology, electronic information engineering technology, software technology, automobile manufacturing and assembly technology, construction engineering technology, and accounting, and 2 undergraduate majors. Among them, there are 6 key majors in national model colleges, 4 key majors in the “Higher Vocational Schools’ Enhancement of Professional Service Industry Development Ability Project” of the Ministry of Education, 2 national model majors, 4 provincial key construction majors, and 6 provincial quality majors , 10 school specialties, 6 modern apprenticeship pilot programs, and 6 specialized training for non-commissioned officers. The school has won 1 first prize of national teaching achievement, 4 second prize of national education achievement of vocational education, 1 fourth prize of national invention, 1 second prize of provincial and ministerial level scientific and technological progress, and provincial and ministerial level teaching research achievements. More than 20 items. The school has 12 national quality courses, 9 national quality resource sharing courses, 32 provincial quality courses, and 20 provincial quality resource sharing courses. Presided over the construction of 1 and participated in the construction of 4 national higher vocational education specialty teaching resource banks.
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic has extensively developed talent training modes such as order customization and modern apprenticeship, and has basically formed a pattern of coordinated development of production and education and school-enterprise education, and has explored and formed a vocational education mode with unique characteristics. Signed cooperation agreements with China Aviation Industry Corporation, Air China, Swiss GF Machining Solutions, and Swedish Hexagon and other international and domestic industrial advantages and technology leaders, and jointly established Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation and other 39 companies to establish Southwest Airlines production and education Alliance, combined with 130 companies such as FAW-Volkswagen Chengdu, established the Chengdu Production and Education Alliance of the Chengdu Economic and Technological Development Zone.
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic strives to play a demonstration and leading role in cultivating thousands of highly qualified technical and technical personnel, while making vocational education an important force serving national strategies and local economic and social development. The school has signed intercollegiate cooperation agreements with 14 countries and 32 colleges and universities in Hong Kong and Taiwan regions, sending students to study in the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Hong Kong and Taiwan regions in China, and accepts overseas students to study in China. Since 2015, more than 400 teachers have been sent to Germany, Singapore, Switzerland, Canada and other countries and Hong Kong and Taiwan regions to study, communicate and train; they have undertaken the “foreign aid” project of the Ministry of Commerce for 4 consecutive years, and trained Africa, Central Asia and other places. There were 4 batches of 235 students, reaching 759.
Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic has successively won honors such as the World Vocational Education Institute Alliance Higher Technical Skills Excellence Award, Huang Yanpei Vocational Education Outstanding School Award, the National Education System Advanced Collective, and the National Vocational Education Advanced Unit. A large number of outstanding graduates have emerged from advanced units in employment, such as the National May 1st Labor Medal, the Chinese Youth May 4th Medal, the National Technical Expert, the Special Expert of AVIC, and the National Youth Post Expert. From 2014 to 2019, school students represented China in the United States for five consecutive years to participate in the International Ultralight Composite Manufacturing University Student Competition (SAMPE), winning the global championship four times and the runner-up once.