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Continuing Professional Development

The Structural Engineer
Continuing Professional Development
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The Engineering Council recently published a discussion document ‘Continuing education and training’, the foreword of which states bluntly that data on continuing education and training in the United Kingdom are inadequate to form the basis for either a coherent policy or a plan for future action. Nevertheless, they state that the matter has become one of urgency by comparison with the efforts of some of our foreign industrial competitors who are very active in this field.

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