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ERIC Number: ED085523
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 22
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The Future Management of Technical Training.
Worthington, Robert M.
The leaders in education, business, industry, commerce, labor, and community organizations in the Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana region are challenged to confront problems in training workers for technological occupations. One facet of the problem is the task of meeting immediate manpower needs and the other is the long-range task of providing an educational experience permitting overall understanding of the world of work, career choice, and skill development. Career education provides the potential long-term solution to these problems by preparing all students when they leave high school to either take a job or enter the next step of educational preparation. The components and aims of career education are described. An opportunity is available to members of the American Society for Training and Development and the Chamber of Commerce as individuals and through their agencies to support long-range career education and occupational and adult programs and to help provide the kind of employee training that is needed. Office of Education programs are reviewed. (MS)
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Note: Paper presented at the Cincinnati Chapter of the Amrican Society for Training and Development and the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce (Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 31, 1972)