Florissant Valley
Chemical Technology


The original gap survey instrument from the ACS was the starting point for my survey instrument. The skills contained in that survey were carefully screened to reflect skills that were relevant to the St. Louis area. New skills were added to reflect competencies that would indicate a shift in duties towards a Chemical Process technician or a Biotechnology technician. After the instrument questions were developed, they were distributed into three surveys, Survey A, B, and C written in the Excel format. . Survey D was added in order for the technician to add any technique or skill that had been missed or overlooked in Surveys A, B, or C. Chemical Technology graduates were called and asked if they would participate in the study. Upon their agreement,(95% cooperation rate) the surveys were e-mailed to them.

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