Importance of Technical Training (1966)

By Isaac S. Blonder, Blonder-Tongue Laboratories, Inc.

Technical knowledge may be categorized as having four general divisions: scientist, engineer, technician, craftsman. Technical training is accomplished in these approximate areas: university, technical institute, high school, military, apprentice, self-study.

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