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ERIC Number: ED020729
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 33
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CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS' WORKSHOP, REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS (ATLANTA, MAY 17-20, 1967).
DOBROVOLNY, JERRY S.
THIS REPORT ATTEMPTS TO SHOW ADMINISTRATORS OF JUNIOR COLLEGES, TECHNICAL INSTITUTES, AND GOVERNMENT OR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PROGRAMS CERTAIN CRITICAL PROBLEMS IN THE TRAINING OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS. THE PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION REQUIRES ATTENTION AS DOES THE IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE PROGRAM. THE PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING HIGH PERFORMANCE STANDARDS CAN ASSIST INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT IN DETERMINING HOW THEY CAN BEST EMPLOY THE GRADUATES OF 2-YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS. BEFORE A JUNIOR COLLEGE IS ORGANIZED, A QUALIFIED CONSULTANT CAN BE A GREAT HELP IN IMPLEMENTING A PROGRAM IN CIVIL ENGINEERING OR IN ANY RELATED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. AN OUTLINE OF THE CONTENT AND SEQUENCE OF A SAMPLE COURSE IS GIVEN. TABLES ALSO SHOW SALARY SCALES AND PREDICTED MANPOWER NEEDS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS AND TECHNICIANS. THIS DOCUMENT IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR $1.50 FROM AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGES, 1315 SIXTEENTH STREET, N.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20036. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Junior Colleges, Washington, DC.
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