The first three sections of this series have considered the tasks of training in a logical, and indeed, in the chronological sequence in which the matter should proceed up to the point where new metric products emerge in the design area. From this point onwards it is inevitable that activities and training requirements become less easily classifiable in any strict chronological sequence by function alone. In the first place, training probably becomes necessary in parallel with the many other functions involved. Also the characteristic of the company and its products and procedures can differ widely, precluding simple generalisations. It is therefore proposed to divide up the remaining training areas in such a way that those functions which have similar requirements are grouped together rather than by time sequences.
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