The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 21 (1943) > Issues > Issue 8 > Further Education and Training Scheme
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Further Education and Training Scheme

MANY young men and women have been prevented by the war from proceeding with their further education beyond the secondary school standard, and the Government, recognising this fact, have authorised a scheme whereby suitably qualified individuals may he granted financial aid, after the war, to enable them to train for the professions and for the humane studies.