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Training of Engineers and Technicians
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The paper suggests how the Institution of Structural Engineers, in conjunction with the local education authorities, could promote and stimulate an interest for young people who could be seeking a career in structural engineering at either chartered or technician engineering level. The training of chartered engineers is discussed, together with midcareer management development. C.J. Kelly

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