Committee on Technician Courses and Examinations (Haslegrave Committee): Papers and Report

Reference:
ED 163
Title:
Committee on Technician Courses and Examinations (Haslegrave Committee): Papers and Report
Description:

Papers, written evidence and the final report of the Committee on Technician Courses and Examinations, a committee of the National Advisory Council on Education for Industry and Commerce.

Date:
1967-1969
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Creator:
Committee on Technician Courses and Examinations, 1967-1969
Physical description:
35 file(s)
Access conditions:
Subject to 30 year closure
Administrative / biographical background:

The Committee on Technician Courses and Examinations was a committee of the National Advisory Council on Education for Industry and Commerce. It was established by the Secretary of State, Department of Education and Science, in May 1967 and chaired by Dr H L Haslegrave.

Its terms of reference were:"To review the provision for courses suitable for technicians at all levels (including corresponding grades in non-technical occupations) and to consider what changes are desirable in the present structure of courses and examinations".

The first meeting was held on 28 September 1967 and the last on 18 April 1969. The committee's report to the Secretary of State for Education and Science was published in December 1969 (Cmnd 1254).

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