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ERIC Number: ED049435
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Apr
Pages: 24
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Training for Engineering Craftsmen: The Module System.
Engineering Industry Training Board, London (England).
New arrangements for craft training in the British engineering industry call for a three stage structure: (1) a year of basic training in a wide variety of skills (welding, vehicle painting, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and others); (2) selected training in specialized skills under controlled conditions; (3) experience in using these skills in an industrial setting in order to develop them to approved standards. Each module will include specifications of desired skills and training, an instructional manual, a set of sample performance tests, and a recommendation for further training, as well as a log book in which a trainee will record the training received. (The booklet also contains excerpts from manuals and log books, guidelines on testing, provisions for supervisor/instructor training, and certification procedures for trainees.) (LY)
Publications Department, Engineering Industry Training Board, P.O. Box 148, 41 Clarendon Road, Watford WD1 1HS, England (4s)
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Authoring Institution: Engineering Industry Training Board, London (England).
Identifiers: Engineering Industry Training Board; Great Britain