Technical education in New Zealand: A Survey of developments and trends from 1940 to 1966
Collett, G. R. (1967). Technical education in New Zealand: A Survey of developments and trends from 1940 to 1966 (Thesis, Master of Arts). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/10085
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We live in a time of change. All around us are a variety of goods; transistor radios, television sets, pre-packed frozen foods, plastic goods, synthetic materials, electrical appliances and a host of others, which were unheard of twenty-five years ago. In fact, we in New Zealand are experiencing the effect of a world wide technological revolution, which is having far reaching effects of the way of life of people throughout the world. To the fore of this revolution are the scientists and technologists who generate new ideas and learning, but equally important have become the group of skilled people who apply these ideas in practice. This group in New Zealand, receive its training mainly through our system of technical education, which has undergone vast changes as technology has advanced and needs have changed.
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