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The article on tachistoscope training in the November issue of this journal described one method of improving clerical skills. In this article the authors emphasise the need to assess visual performance before undertaking training of this type.
In the March issue of this journal, John Wellens reviewed a recently published book, The Character Training Industry, by Roberts, White and Parker. In this article, Ian Marsh, Director of Training at Lindley Lodge, describes how, because of the identified shortcomings of the traditional approach...
The steadily increasing bite of the 1974 Budget into the lives of all but a small minority of British people ought to make most of them ask themselves the question why the Devil are we in this deplorable economic condition, when Germany, defeated, widely devastated by furious bombing and finally...
Previous articles in this series have dealt with developing effective training strategies and discussed the role of the trainer in relation to a process of industrial relations change. The use of particular training methods and techniques can thus be seen as the last link in this chain certainly...
The reform of 16 education has been discussed for a decade. Agreement about its future profile has still to be achieved. Yet the urgency of taking a decision about it can hardly be challenged. Any proposed new system will take five to ten years to implement. In the interim the quality of the...
IN MARCH 1972 THREE ENGINEERING COURSES WERE launched at The Technical College of Monmouthshire, Crosskeys. They were designed to offer a limited amount of skills training to suitable persons who were either unemployed or were willing to retrain for a new job. The idea to introduce these courses...
With a distinguished air of insularity, Parliament proposes lowkey legislation on equal opportunity for men and women in employment. The traumatic experience of American businessmen who have been dragged by the law along this road, has been overlooked. Most businessmen in both countries would...
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