Subject Panel Correspondence, 1957-1964; Governing Body's papers, 1956-1964; Executive Committee papers, 1956-1963; Annual Report, 1959-1964; papers relating to industrial training, 1958-1965; College of Technologists papers, 1958-1965; Board of Scientific and Industrial Studies (BSIS) papers, 1959-1965; subject files relating to individual institutions, 1956-1964; Lord Hives's correspondence, 1956-1964; publications, 1967.
National Council for Technological Awards
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 152 MSS.322/TA
- Dates of Creation1956-1964
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1.378 cubic metres
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The National Council for Technological Awards was established by the Minister of Education in July 1955. The Council's Governing Body and Boards of Studies met for the first time in December 1955, though it was governed by a Declaration of Trust dated 22 November 1956. The Council had two Boards of Studies, in Engineering and in Technologies other than Engineering, to create and administer awards for students in technical colleges who completed courses in technology approved by the Governing Body (the Diploma in Technology). In May 1959 the Council established the College of Technologists, which granted Membership for research work. The Council handed its responsibilities on to the Council for National Academic Awards (CNAA) in 1964.
Reference: Report December 1955 to July 1957, MSS.322/TA/109, MSS.322/TA/101, file 1 and MSS.322/TA/100).
The collection is uncatalogued.
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This collection was deposited in the Centre by the Council for National Academic Awards in 1993.
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An authority record exists for National Council for Technological Awards (GB 152 AAR2279).
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