1970-02-01

Mechanic Certification and Training - Have We Done Enough? 700883

This paper characterizes and describes the vast training effort necessary to insure that the industry has the trained personnel for today's and future operations.
Particular emphasis is placed upon the Ryder Mechanic Certification Program as a new innovation for training today's service mechanic while recognizing his current talent. Peripheral training programs related to certification are also discussed.
Fleet managers will encounter some new approaches towards a solution of an industry wide problem-recruiting and retaining technical manpower.

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