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TEC - A Structural problem
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The Technician Education Council was established in 1973, but only now are its aims being understood and appreciated. This paper reviews the general patterns set by the Council and the particular programmes available for those seeking Associate-Membership of the Institution. It discusses entry requirements, activities of the technician, recent developments, and indicates the degree of flexibility available within the system for those colleges who strive realistically to meet the needs of industry and the ambitions of students. Kenneth Severn

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