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ERIC Number: ED016468
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Sep
Pages: 3
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SANITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY TRAINING, REPORT ON A PROGRAM DEVELOPED AT THE FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE IN NORTH CAROLINA TO MEET A NATIONAL NEED.
BOUDREAU, HOWARD E.; PURCELL, CHARLES A.
THE FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE IN NORTH CAROLINA ESTABLISHED ITS PROGRAM IN SANITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN 1964, WITH ITS FIRST GRADUATING CLASS PLANNED FOR SPRING 1966. IN COOPERATION WITH THE CURRICULUM LABORATORY AND THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE WAS FORMED, MADE UP OF SPECIALISTS IN MANY AREAS OF SANITATION AND WATER POLLUTION. THE COMMITTEE HELPED TO DETERMINE (1) THE NEED FOR SUCH GRADUATES, (2) THE BEST COURSES FOR THE CURRICULUM, AND (3) THE NECESSARY FACILITIES. THE STUDENT LEARNS STANDARD LABORATORY AND TESTING PROCEDURES FOR WASTE, FOOD, AND WATER HANDLING IN MANY AREAS OF SANITARY ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC HEALTH. HE ALSO RECEIVES RELATED COURSES IN MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, DRAFTING, AND SURVEYING AND SPECIALIZED COURSES IN WATER AND WASTE TREATMENT, SANITATION CONTROL SYSTEMS, AND PLANT MAINTENANCE. GRADUATES ARE AWARDED AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN SANITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. THE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE PUBLIC HEALTH OR SANITATION ENGINEERING AIDES, TREATMENT PLANT AND WATER PLANT OPERATORS, STEAM SANITATION TECHNICIAN, INDUSTRIAL WASTE TECHNICIAN, TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT AND CHEMICAL SALES OR SERVICE PERSONNEL, AND ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS IN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN "AMERICAN VOCATIONAL JOURNAL," VOLUME 39, NUMBER 6, SEPTEMBER 1964. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: American Vocational Association, Inc., Washington, DC.
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