Salient: An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 12, No. 3, April 6th, 1949.
The Woburn Apprentices then put on a short sketch showing in a clear, humorous manner the need for daylight training for apprentices. This was followed by Mr. Bob Fink, of the Apprentices' Club, who outlined the demands of the apprentices for daylight training. He quoted Mr, Ridling, the Director of the Wellington Technical College, as saying that the night technical classes could not adequately train apprentices. The present system of night classes for the apprentices' theoretical training was producing tradesmen under-exposed, under-developed and with training insufficiently fixed.