For Students: Introducing the New ATI Examination

January 1973
Textile Institute & Industry;Jan1973, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
Trade Publication
The article provides information on ATI examinations provided by the textile institute. It is inferred that the basic function of textile institute is to provide qualified experts in textile technology. The ATI examinations has been re-modeled to provide students a qualification which will fit them for a respected place in industry. To qualify, there is a need to ensure that candidates accepted for entry to a high-level course have adequate education in science-based textile technology. Understanding and use of technical English, technology and science of textiles, physical, mathematical and chemical aspects of textile processing and textile technology 'A' will be included in ATI Group 1.


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