University of British Columbia. Division of Industrial Education

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University of British Columbia. Division of Industrial Education

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As the University of British Columbia took over training Industrial Education teachers, the Faculty of Education established the Division of Industrial Education (INED) in 1958, funded by the Ministry of Education. Acting for the Faculty of Education, Ron Seal was Chairman (1958-1979), and Robert Leduc was Deputy Chairman. Teaching took place at Vancouver Vocational Institute from 1960 to 1967 and later moved to Burnaby Vocational School. In 1967, a new facility called the Industrial Education (IE) Teacher Training was built and opened by UBC adjacent to the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in Burnaby.


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