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In-house technical education: current status-future directions

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An appraisal of RCA's internal video tape technical education program indicates that: 1) The program reaches an effective cross section of engineers. 2) Engineers make substantial use of the education in their jobs. 3) Education is one of the top five methods used by engineers to maintain technical viability. 4) The primary factors which lead to obsolescence are located in the job, the organization, and the person. 5) Engineers want the education to be more applied, shorter, and more self-regulated. Plans for the future based on this appraisal are described.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 1 )