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SARTOR (an acronym for ‘Standards & Routes to Registration’) is the document in which the Engineering Council codifies registration requirements for education and training for all grades of engineers. All engineering institutions that are nominated bodies of the Engineering Council work within the framework defined by SARTOR which was last revised in 1990. R.C.A. Eastwood

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