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Title: A Guidebook for capacity building in the engineering environment
Authors: Clinton, D
Cleland, A
Sanio, M
Botha, D
Wall, K
Negussey, D
Lewis, S
Keywords: Engineering capacity building
Engineering professionals
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Citation: Clinton, D, Cleland, A, Sanio, M, Botha, D, Wall, K, Negussey, D and Lewis, S. A Guidebook for capacity building in the engineering environment. World Engineers Week, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 17-20 October 2010
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8337
Abstract: WFEO’s Standing Committee on Capacity Building (CCB) has over the years developed an understanding of the challenges and complexities that face the engineering community regarding capacity and sustainability issues. With the objective of sharing and promoting this understanding, the Committee will at the World Engineers’ Week 2010 launch the first edition of a capacity building guidebook. The guidebook sets out suggested approaches to the building of human resources and capability, an essential component of achieving national development objectives and the millennium development goals. The principles and ideas proposed in the guidebook are not position papers or policies of either UNESCO or WFEO, but represent a collection of philosophies, programmes, initiatives and good practices collated from the experiences of a range of engineering organizations and engineering professionals.
Description: World Engineers Week, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 17-20 October 2010
URI: http://www.ingenieria2010.com.ar/archivos_pdf/PPI/PPI_KEVIN%20WALL.pdf
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