The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 59 (1981) > Issues > Issue 7 > Discussion on TEC - a Structural Problem by Kenneth Severn
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Discussion on TEC - a Structural Problem by Kenneth Severn

Mr R. J. Ashby: I have for some time been Chairman of the Joint Committee that deals with the Higher National Diploma and Higher National Certificate in civil engineering. I have also been Chairman of the London and Home Counties Advisory Council Committee for Civil Engineering; this is the body that reviews applications from colleges to run courses, and we have to ensure that there is no overlap and that demand is sufficient. I have also been Chairman of Committee B4.