Industrial education has played a significant role in shaping the workforce and industries throughout history. However, one of the primary challenges faced by industrial education has been the lack of systematicity. This lack of standardization in industrial education has had far-reaching consequences on the quality of education, the consistency of knowledge transfer, and the ability to assess students effectively. In this article, we will delve into the key reasons why industrial education was not systematic, focusing on the absence of a standardized curriculum and a structured approach. We will also explore the implications of this lack of systemization and how it affected students, instructors, and the broader industrial landscape.