Professional education, a study of the factors that influence the education of professional engineers in New South Wales [thesis]

Adam Graycar
Vice-Chancellor's Advisory Committee (U.N.S.W.) "Industry" is used throughout this work as it was by the C.A.C.A.E. viz. "as a convenient short term to cover primary and manufacturing industry, commerce, government and community services." Unless otherwise specified, "Government " refers to the general institution of government and includes both the Commonwealth and State Governments in Australia. 1 education are very much in a minority. Policy making in non-vocational tertiary education is
more » ... lly, based on academic criteria. of technical college or college of advanced education 1 courses. Although professional engineers have been trained in institutions such as the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (founded as the Working Men's College, Melbourne, in 1882) and the Sydney Technical College (founded in 1878 as the Working Men's College, Sydney) and others, the colleges of advanced education, established 2 following the report of the Martin Committee now play a major role in the education of engineers, (See Appendix H for a full list). (iii) Examinations of The Institution of Engineers, Australia Until 1971 engineers could qualify by obtaining an exempting qualification (a degree or diploma) or by taking the examination of The Institution of Engineers, Australia.
doi:10.26190/unsworks/6377 fatcat:smnr6lu4jjc5do46nvyiaeabka