NEW MODEL FOR CONTINUING ENGINEERING EDUCATION.

Anna M Garry, John Cowan

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Abstract

A philosophy is described where continuing professional development (CPD) programs are regarded as being based on total patterns of needs, identified and resolved by individual participants, and therefore as part of programs which involve peer-group support and integrated with individuals' work experience. Pilot studies to implement this philosophy are discussed. Concentration is placed on implications of the philosophy on CPD programs and the roles of staff when adopting such an approach to CPD.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1986

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Garry, A. M., & Cowan, J. (1986). NEW MODEL FOR CONTINUING ENGINEERING EDUCATION..
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