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Next month Mr Walsh follows up this basic information by proposing a training plan for VAT.
Analysing jobs and skills as a preliminary to devising a training programme came to Britain in the 1940s but it was not until after the passage of the Industrial Training Act of 1964 that the various forms of analysis were adopted on a wide scale and from then on became standard practice among...
Unlike D Day, 15 February 1971, when there was a changeover to a decimal system of currency, there is no M Day, by which time industry must be prepared to go metric. It is therefore entirely up to individual firms to decide when they will go metric, and how long a period of time they will allow...
On the 8th August, 1972, Mr Maurice Macmillan, Secretary of State for Employment, made a statement in the House of Commons on the future of industrial training following his completion of the process of consultation on the proposals which were published on 1st February in the Government's...
It is particularly important, in present financial circumstances, that the funds available for education and training should be used as efficiently as possible and that companies' arrangements for the control of expenditure should be directed to that end. This article explores the question...
and so we say farewell Filming a sequence, showing casting in progress at the foundry of Sterling Metals Limited, for the new film Talking about CO2, which describes the use of CO2 for foundry core and mould making The film was sponsored by The Distillers Company Carbon Dioxide Limited and is...
Before the recent economic squeeze, no trainer could open his mail or a training journal without encountering advertisements for various kinds of training courses. It may be predicted that, as the squeeze lifts, we shall see more courses coming back on to the market, and the trainer will be in...
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