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ERIC Number: ED085069
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Jun
Pages: 45
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Survey of Needs for Educational Programs in Banking, Finance and Credit [and] Survey of Need for Educational Programs in Material Management.
William Rainey Harper Coll., Palatine, IL.
The results of two surveys that were conducted to determine the feasibility of starting programs in (a) Banking, Finance and Credit, and (b) Material Management at William Rainey Harper College are provided. The surveys were made of (a) all banks and savings and loan institutions in the north and western suburbs and downtown Chicago, and (b) 531 companies that had one or more employees who were members of one of the professional societies in the general field of material management in the Chicago area. The results are summarized as to the following: I. Programs in Banking, Finance and Credit--institutional characteristics, number of employees who would be encouraged to enroll in programs, preferred time for classes, type of response to the proposed program, most significant courses proposed, and suggestions as to courses to be added; and II. Material Management--type of initial response to proposed program, courses believed to be most significant, courses with little value, convenient time period for employees to take courses, job area of employees who would be encouraged to enroll in the program, sections that would experience the most trouble in providing enrollees, levels at which employees would be, educational goals for those enrolled, tuition reimbursement program, and possible workshops or seminars that might be offered. Appendixes provide correspondence related to the surveys, copies of the survey instruments, proposed curricula, and course descriptions. (DB)
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Authoring Institution: William Rainey Harper Coll., Palatine, IL.
Identifiers - Location: Illinois (Chicago)