Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power
Introduction to Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power (福建水利电力职业技术学院, website) is a full-time public general higher vocational college approved by the Ministry of Education, a national high-quality professional higher vocational college, the first batch of public demonstration higher vocational colleges in Fujian Province, and a demonstration modern higher vocational college Key construction units. Established in 1929, the college is the only vocational college in Fujian province that specializes in water conservancy and electric power, and specializes in the coordinated development of architecture, electromechanical, and electronic information majors (groups). In the 90-year history of vocational education, the college has trained more than 50,000 graduates. Many students have become technical backbones or leaders in the local water conservancy and electric power industries, and enjoy the reputation of “Fujian Hydropower Talent Cradle” in the society.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power covers a total area of 1066 acres and a building area of more than 190,000 square meters. There are currently more than 10,000 full-time students in the school. It has a water engineering department, a power engineering department, a construction engineering department, and an information engineering department. Departments, Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and other 5 professional teaching departments, the Ministry of Public Foundation, Marxism College. There are currently 210 internal and external training bases, of which 84 are internal training grounds (rooms), with a total area of 35,598 square meters. There are 26 central and provincial financial support training bases. The library has a collection of 400,000 paper books, 2100GB of electronic resources, implemented a “digital campus project”, built a comprehensive campus information platform, and has invested in 6 resource sharing platforms.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has more than 400 faculty members, 13 full-time teachers with a professional title of Zhongzheng, 59 senior professional titles, and 33.1% of full-time teachers with a senior title; teachers with a master’s degree or higher 146, accounting for 67.2% of full-time teachers; 120 “double-skilled” teachers among professional teachers, accounting for 75% of professional teachers. The college currently has 10 members of the Industry Steering Committee of the Ministry of Education, 5 provincial-level excellent teaching teams, 5 provincial-level teaching teachers, 4 national water conservancy professional title teachers, 10 provincial-level professional leaders, and 4 Fujian outstanding teachers.
The scale of Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has continued to grow steadily. One national water conservancy vocational education demonstration major, two majors supported by the central financial support to improve the professional service industry development ability, five provincial key vocational colleges major construction majors, five provincial quality majors, and eight provincial demonstration majors. 1 national-level excellent resource sharing course, 1 national-level excellent course, 13 provincial-level excellent courses, and 5 provincial-level excellent online open courses; hosted and participated in the “National Library of Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Major” Course resource database construction.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has repeatedly achieved good results in various national, provincial and ministerial competitions. In the ninth National Water Conservancy Higher Vocational College “Minshui Cup” skill competition, won the second place in the overall group score and the best organization award. In the National Vocational College Skills Competition, the “Construction Engineering Mapping” and “Surveying and Mapping” competitions won the second prize of the group. The “The Third National University Information Technology Innovation and Practice Activity Finals” and “Entrepreneurship (Business) Plan” project won the first prize. The college students have accumulated 532 provincial and ministerial awards in the national, industry and various vocational college student skill competitions at all levels in Fujian Province, of which 128 have won 83 first prizes and above. For many years, the average employment rate of college graduates reached 97.92%, and the initial employment rate was 96.40%. The college has been rated as “Fujian Excellent Employment Evaluation University”.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has the Academician Expert Work Station of Fujian Vocational College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power, and the Haixi Water Conservancy Comprehensive Practice Base of Tsinghua University (National Model Academician Expert Work Station), Digital Watershed, Fujian Provincial College of Applied Technology Engineering Center, Fujian Provincial Power Collaborative Innovation Center for Battery Materials Application Technology, Sanming CAE Technology Research Center, Sanming New Energy Power Battery Technology and Advanced Nanomaterials Research Center and other scientific research platforms. Since 2006, 987 academic papers have been published publicly in journals above CN by the faculty and staff; 212 textbooks for higher vocational colleges have been written and officially published, of which 107 are chief editors and 105 are editors. Received 2 first prizes and 3 second prizes in teaching achievements of the Provincial Department of Education; 2 third prizes in Fujian Science and Technology Award for Water Conservancy; 53 provincial and municipal project awards; 6 prizes for achievements; participated in obtaining national patents 6 items.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power owns a number of foreign technical service platforms such as the Fujian Hydropower Training Center and the Engineering Quality Inspection Center, providing technical services and consulting for water conservancy, electricity, soil and water conservation, etc. Action “project training base, provincial vocational teacher training base. The college conducts high-skilled, new technology training and skill appraisal, and cooperates with municipal water resources bureaus, power supply bureaus, power companies and other government departments or enterprises to undertake qualification examinations and trainings such as the provincial water conservancy department’s “basic water conservancy talent training program”.
Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has successively carried out school-enterprise joint talent training programs with Taiwan’s Jianguo University of Science and Technology, Universal University of Science and Technology, and Jianxing University of Science and Technology, and actively carried out foreign exchanges and cooperation such as Fujian-Taiwan education; The Shui 16th Bureau launched the “Minjiang International Class”, the “BRIC Class” with China Power Construction Corporation, and cooperated with Fujian Water Investment Group, Fujian Heng’an Group, Sinotruk, Jianxin Group, etc. to launch a “dual system” school, At the same time, it cooperated with State Grid Fuzhou, Quanzhou Power Supply Company, Mindong Power Company, Xiamen Rail Transit, Fuzhou Metro Group, Xiamen Sanan Group, Ningde New Energy and other enterprises to run schools, initiated strategic cooperation with the Yongan City Government campus, and with Fuzhou Anbo Rong Information Technology Co., Ltd. co-founded the Software Academy, and established the “Thumbgo Academy” with Xiamen Thumbu Animation Co., Ltd. Carry out extensive school-enterprise cooperation, school-school cooperation, vigorously promote the integration of school-running resources, professional structure adjustment, curriculum system reform, internship training mode transformation, and talent training mode reform, and form a foreign cooperation and exchange pattern with complementary advantages and mutual benefits, and further expand Approaches to running schools and improving their strengths.
After ninety years of accumulation, the Fuji College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power has formed a characteristic campus water culture based on “good water and good morals”, with distinctive industry running characteristics, and the college’s various businesses have developed steadily. The college has successively won the National Advanced Collective of Water Conservancy System, National Outstanding Contribution Award for Skilled Talent Cultivation in the National Water Conservancy Industry, National Advanced Collective of Higher Education Academic Management, National Advanced Unit of College Student Apartment Management Service, Advanced Unit of Vocational Education in Fujian Province, Civilized School of Fujian Province (continuously Ninth), the model of the first civilized school in Fujian province, the advanced collective of water conservancy work in Fujian province, the advanced collective of water conservancy science and technology work in Fujian province, the safe campus of Fujian province, the provincial garden unit, and the advanced collective of Fujian law law school activities.
In the past ninety years, after several generations of hard work and pioneering work, Fujian Water Conservancy and Electric Power Vocational and Technical College has taken a distinctive development path and achieved leapfrog development. Facing the future, the college will adhere to the development idea of “pro-industry, create characteristics, and promote connotation”. With the establishment of a model modern vocational college in Fujian Province as a starting point, it will make solid progress towards the goal of building high-quality higher vocational colleges and strive The economic development and social progress of the industry and local regions make due contributions. Looking forward to the future, Fujian Water Conservancy and Electric Power Vocational and Technical College will have a better tomorrow!
(Data as of June 18, 2019)
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