A Tentative Study on Technical Problems Solving Oriented Training Modes of Continuing Education for Petroleum and Petrol-Chemical Technical Engineers

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Title: A Tentative Study on Technical Problems Solving Oriented Training Modes of Continuing Education for Petroleum and Petrol-Chemical Technical Engineers
Alternative Title: A Tent Study on the Technical-Problems-Solving-Oriented Training Modes for Senior Petro and Petro-chemical Technical Engineers
Author: Yinsheng, Wang ; Jianhua, Jiang ; Yiniun, Song ; Jing, Zhang
Abstract: Continuing education for Technical Engineers should be focused on adaptability and applicability. This article discusses the technical problem-solving oriented three-phase methodology, which includes organizing study seminar; experts coaching; and reviewing back in enterprises, on the basis of more than one decade practice of senior engineers training course for Sinopec to combine the mission of technical problem-solving with the engineers’ continuing education and successful solve the detached situation between continuing education and enterprise production practice.
Description: This presentation was part of the session : Faculty-Industry Collaboration for Innovative Education, Training & Research IACEE 11th World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/24490
Date: 2008-05-21
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. Distance Learning and Professional Education
International Association for Continuing Engineering Education
China Petroleum and Chemical Company
Sinopec Management Institute
Relation: WCCEE08. Faculty Engagement
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Continuing education
Technical engineers
Tentative study

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