The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 11 > Technical Education and Professional Training
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Technical Education and Professional Training

It is now over twenty-five years since the Institution discussed a paper dealing with technical education, the last occasion being in 1931 when my distinguished predecessor, Mr. F. E. Drury presented a paper on the subject. Mr. Drury included some further references to the education and training of structural engineers in his Presidential Address in 1945. D.A.G. Reid

Author(s): Reid, D A G

Keywords: education;training;reviews;1940s;1950s;engineers