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ERIC Number: ED063492
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Mar
Pages: 164
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Vocational Schools: Relation of Curricula To Needs in the Fields of the Electrical and Electronic Industries.
Nitzan, Esther
The primary purpose of this survey was to bring about closer contacts between vocational education and the electrical and electronic goods industry of Israel. In addition to a review of literature, engineers and managers were surveyed, via questionnaires, with respect to: (1) The various occupations existing in electricity and electronics, (2) subjects learned, (3) duration and type of training given to electricians and electronics technicians, and (4) the number of graduates of vocational schools presently working and needed in the future. It was found that the graduates' level of knowledge and extent of training are satisfactory; however, many felt that the requirements need to be raised in several areas. It is anticipated that the number of electricians and electronics technicians in Israel is likely to amount to three times the present number in the next few years. (GEB)
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Sponsor: Ministry of Education and Culture, Jerusalem (Israel).; Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Henrietta Szold Inst., Jerusalem (Israel).
Identifiers - Location: Israel