Continuing professional education for engineers in Canada: Whose responsibility is it, and how do we get it going? Online publication date: Tue, 15-Dec-2009
by Gary W. Heinke
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), Vol. 1, No. 4, 1991
Abstract: This paper reports on the current state of continuing professional education for engineers in Canada. Since the present level of activities is judged to be too low for the needs of the employee engineer, of industry and of the profession, the means for the improvement of this situation are outlined. Increased efforts must come from the users and the suppliers of Continuing Engineering Education. The latter group include the universities, industry, the technical societies, professional associations, and commercial organisations. Specific recommendations are made, which, if implemented, should greatly improve the current level of performance.
Online publication date: Tue, 15-Dec-2009
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