The following references have proved useful in writing this history of technical and commercial examinations. A far more comprehensive set of references can to be found on the book references on the chapter for the History of Technical Education. I will continue to update. April 2017 Abbott, A. ‘Education for Industry and Commerce in England’…. Read more »
This entry is part 20 of 20 in the series A Short History of Technical EducationSome important Education Acts, Command Papers (C./Cd./Cmd./Cmnd./Cm.), Policy Statements, Circulars (Cir./Circ.), Memorandum (Memo), Administrative Memorandum (Admin memo), College Letters. Publications, Pamphlets, Research Reports (RR.), Research Briefs (RB.) and other important publications along with various relevant initiatives related to technical education and related… Read more »
A Advanced level (GCE).
AA Advanced Apprenticeship
Introduction and Reflections
Writing this short and history has been an enjoyable experience providing me with a rich and fascinating insight into this important aspect of the education s
Introduction and Review
In spite of all the government initiatives and the activities of the MSC and its successors during the 1980s technical education and training continued to be seen
So far this short history has attempted to show how technical and commercial education evolved along with the associated systems and surrounding infrastructures.
This chapter will complete the developments in the 1960s and then describe the some of the developments in the 1970s.
The last chapter will be less concerned with the history of examinations but will focus on the latest government proposals to reform the examination system including technical and commercial examin
The 1944 Education Act
The 1944 Education Act has been more fully described in the history of technical education but it obviously had implications for not only technical education sector