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ERIC Number: ED025909
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 7
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The Birth of a New Vocational-Technical Center. National Vocational-Technical Facility Planning Conference (Las Vegas, Nevada, May, 1967).
Farnsworth, Clayton
The principal of the Southern Nevada Vocational-Technical Center at Las Vegas, Nevada, briefly outlines its development and function. The facility cost approximately 3 million dollars and was built on 390 acres of land purchased from the Federal government. The PERT method was used in planning. Instructional facilities, including those for auto body repair, auto mechanics, culinary arts, and educational TV center, serve some 350 high school students and about 650 adults as well as those post-high school students in the Manpower program. Public relations methods in this fast growing population area are emphasized. (HH)
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Identifiers: Program Evaluation and Review Technique
Note: Paper presented at the National Vocational-Technical Facility Planning Conference