Training engineers is a partnership between academia and industry. How could links between these be

Author: N. Scott (BWB Consulting)

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29 May 2014

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Training engineers is a partnership between academia and industry. How could links between these be

The Structural Engineer
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N. Scott (BWB Consulting)

Date published

29 May 2014

Author

N. Scott (BWB Consulting)

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Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Winner of the Kenneth Severn Award 2014, Natasha Scott cites Visiting Professor schemes, apprenticeships and compulsory industrial experience for students, as some of the ways in which these two branches of the profession could work more closely.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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