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Report. Education Workshop

This meeting, held at the Institution on 14 February 1991, with Mr J. H. Armstrong, FEng (immediate Past President), in the chair, was arranged to help focus attention on the main issues in education which face us today. We are being pressed by the Government to assess the effectiveness of our educational programmes. The concept of educational standards is being promoted by the Construction Industry Standing Committee (CISC). The organisation is industry led and is the first body of its type to take an overview of educational standards for a set of professional disciplines - in this case, for the construction industry as a whole.