HIGHWAY ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND PREPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES: AN ANALYSIS

HIGHWAY ENGINEERING TRAINING COURSES WERE STUDIED TO DEVELOP A SUGGESTED TRAINING PROGRAM COMBINING THE BETTER FEATURES OF THE PROGRAMS IN OPERATION. A QUESTIONNAIRE WAS SENT TO EACH HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT REQUESTING INFORMATION ON THEIR TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR COLLEGE CIVIL ENGINEERING GRADUATES AND HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OR OTHER PRE-PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES. A SUMMARY IS PRESENTED OF THE REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRES IN THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS: (1) A SUGGESTED TRAINING PROGRAM FOR GRADUATE HIGHWAY ENGINEERS, (2) A SUGGESTED TRAINING PROGRAM FOR PREPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES, (3) REPORT ON HIGHWAY ENGINEERING TRAINING COURSES FOR PROFESSIONAL AND PREPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES, (4) STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR GRADUATE ENGINEERS, AND (5) STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES.

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  • Publication Date: 1957

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  • Accession Number: 00200723
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS, TRB
  • Created Date: Aug 4 1994 12:00AM