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In the summer of 1971 I found myself on a Londonbound train wondering why on earth I had said goodbye to my wife in order to spend a week on a DES course in group teaching methods at the Polytechnic of Central London. Didn't I have a research project to attend to And what about those lecture...
It is almost one hundred years to the day that G W Hunt wrote these words. Apart from writing these words and the fact that Hunt was a close friend of Keats and Shelley, I can find no trace of anything else exceptional in this man's life. Yet, almost 100 years later, his words bear so much truth...
The entry of the United Kingdom into the Common Market affords unrivalled opportunities for the marketing man to extend his areas of activity. However, marketing on an international scale is not something to be rushed into without considerable thought and informed preparation. Marketing may be...
In the December issue of this journal I suggested that the financial evaluation of training costs is extremely difficult in the present state of our knowledge the present system of grant aid is inherently inefficient and training is a special case because trained people, unlike other...
The entry of the UK into EEC creates a community of some 250 million people. In order that they can be welded together, freedom of movement for the professions is necessary and desirable. The Rome Treaty recognises this. There is, however, a difficulty. Member countries have yet to recognise the...
In our series on Business Studies in Sixth Forms there is frequent mention of the use of participative methods of learning and, in particular, of business simulations. There is a tendency to think that business simulations require the use of a computer but simple simulations can often be more...
The Government's plans for the future organisation of employment and training are described in a White Paper published on the 2 March as Cmnd No 5250 at 13p under the title Employment and Training Government Proposals. The White Paper actually accompanied the Employment and Training Bill which...
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