What is the difference between a vestibule and a portico?
The portico is found at the exterior of the building; it is the porch that leads to the door. The vestibule is found just after you enter the building; it is an ante-chamber.
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In the early 1800s, factory schools were created, due to the industrial revolution, in which workers were trained in classrooms within the factory walls. The apprentice system… was inadequate due to the number of learners that had to be trained as the machines of the Industrial Revolution increased the ability of the factory to produce goods. The factory owners needed trained workers quickly because there was a large demand for the produced goods. Towards the end of the 1800s, a method that combined the benefits of the classroom with the benefits of on-the-job training, called vestibule training, became a popular form of training. The classroom was located as close as conditions allowed to the department for which the workers were being trained. It was furnished with the same machines as used in production. There were normally six to ten workers per trainer, who were skilled workers or supervisors from the company. There are many advantages of vestibule training. The workers are trained as if on the job, but it did not interfere with the more vital task of production. This method attempts to duplicate the on the job situation in a company classroom, machines, equipments, tools, systems which are very much identical with works,are generally kept in the company training centre for the purpose of training. It is very much useful for the semi-skilled, skilled and executives. With the help of this training process, at a time so many trainees can be trained like trained clerks, bank tellers, machine operators, inspectors,testers, etc.
a space or cavity at the entrance to another structure.
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Why are there different styles of triangular porticos some are complete some are not complete triangles?
Porticos were used widely in Greece, and is known as a porch orentrance to a building. They are still in use today.
It's a small walk-through area just inside the main front door of ahouse - separated from the rest of the house by another door.
The vestibule is the outer area or hall near the entrance, which may have specific uses or dedications. A specific vestibule leading into the church nave is called the narthex….
One of the advantages of vestibule training is that is allows forhands on learning in the field. The disadvantage is that this formof training can cause a lower rate of produc…tivity during thetraining period.
Stoa in crossword puzzles is an old portico
Yes the word vestibule is a noun. It is a common noun.
Vestibule of vulva; vestibule of vagina; the space between the labia minor containing the openings of the vagina and urethra.
A rather imposing entrance to a building.
Fancy word for entrance hall or lobby.
PORTICO is a cooperative project between the city of Chester (UK), Ghent (BE), KÃ_ln (DE) and Utrecht (NL) working on archeological heritage and urban planning.
In modern architecture a vestibule refers to a small room near the entrance of a building or home. In ancient times, a vestibule referred to a small enclosed area that separat…ed the entrance of a home from the street.
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The Portico ended in 1818.
The Portico was created in 1816.