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ERIC Number: ED015750
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 4
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TRAINING NUCLEAR TECHNICIANS.
KOVNER, EDGAR A.
PROBLEMS CONFRONTED BY PLANNERS OF NUCLEAR PROGRAMS AT THE TECHNICIAN LEVEL INCLUDE (1) LACK OF PRECEDENT IN CURRICULUM, COURSE OUTLINES, AND GRADUATE PLACEMENT, (2) DIFFICULTY IN DETERMINING COSTS OF LABORATORY CONSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT, AND OPERATION, AND (3) REQUIREMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION LICENSES IN NUCLEAR OCCUPATIONS. A 92-SEMESTER UNIT PROGRAM DEVELOPED AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF OLD DOMINION COLLEGE COMBINES NUCLEAR COURSES WITH A STRONG BASE IN ELECTRONICS. THE PROGRAM, WHICH IS OPEN ONLY TO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WHO HAVE COMPLETED ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA, PLANE GEOMETRY, AND CHEMISTRY, INCLUDES ENGLISH AND TECHNICAL WRITING, SOCIAL STUDIES, MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS, NUCLEAR STUDIES, OTHER TECHNICAL COURSES, AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION. LISTS OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT AND A PROGRAM OUTLINE ARE PROVIDED IN THE ARTICLE. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN "SCHOOL SHOP," VOLUME 26, NUMBER 7, MARCH 1967. (WO)
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Identifiers: Old Dominion University VA