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ECTN-1 • Work Package 07

Teaching and Learning: Practical Skills

Updated: 09-05-2006 (original page) - transfered to the new plateform 12-01-2014


Terry Mitchell, Universität Dortmund, DE.


D. Kovala-Demertzi, University of Ioannina, GR; D. Nonhebel, University of Strathclyde, UK; F. Ellis, Glaxo-Wellcome, UK; G. Brunow, University of Helsinki, FI; J.P. Gorrichon, INP Toulouse, FR; M. Bridge, Trinity College Dublin, IE; M. North, University of Wales Bangor, UK; P. Todesco, University of Bologna, IT.

Aim of the group

Core Practical Skills: As part of the general aim of the ECTN to analyze and define core skills and core content, the aim of this group was to define the practical skills required of all graduate chemists. Chemistry is a practical subject. Chemistry graduates are recognized by a broad range of employers as having a wide range of desirable skills which equip them to succeed in a multitude of careers. The report of this group shows ways in which the practical component of the degree training can give "added value" to a chemistry degree - even for those who do not end up doing practical chemistry.

Period of Activity




Final Report: Teaching and Learning: Practical Skills.pdf / PDF 31 Kb