PURPOSE OF SUBCOURSE
The Army's scientific advancement places an ever-increasing demand on the technical capabilities of its personnel. The technical know-how of greater numbers of troops must be improved through training. Eachindividual is obligated to keep abreast of this progress. Construction print reading is a key skill for technicalstudents. Fortunately, a formal education is not essential for achieving proficiency in this important subject; thestudy of correspondence courses such as this can provide the essential skills.
This subcourse is designed to include all printed material necessary for the subcourse in this single booklet.The subcourse consists of five lessons and an examination as follows:Lesson 1. Principles and Methods.2. Architectural Drawings.3. Utilities Drawings.4. Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Drawings.5. Bills of Materials.Examination.Ten credit hours are allowed for this subcourse.
HOW TO STUDY
The format of this subcourse is designed to facilitate student self-pacing and eliminates the necessity of submitting each lesson for grading. Each lesson consists of a text study assignment, review questions and answers,and a number of self test exercises based on the lesson objectives intended to test your comprehension of that lesson.After completing study of the lesson, you should answer the self test questions in the space provided, then check against the correct answers. A comparison of your answers with those given by the U.S. Army Engineer School(USAES) will indicate your knowledge and understanding of the material presented.