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Who will train the professional and technician grades of staff that will be needed in the next few years to develop the North Sea oil fields So far all the signs are that it will not be the UK education system despite several Government reports and the attention of the Manpower Services Commission.
Take a bit of history Prior to the Second World War industrial training in South Africa meant the training of white artisans and officials for employment in the gold and coal mines and the comparatively modest industrial enterprises. The war resulted in greatly intensified training activity in...
This article is based on a paper presented at an international conference in Norway. Having read in ICT about the work of the Small Firms Management Centre at the Sheffield Polytechnic, Gary Hansen wrote to us to tell us about similar work underway in the US.
FOR SOME TIME NOW IT SEEMS TO ME THAT TRAINING HAS BEEN caught in a number of vicious circles whereby the increased internal efficiency of training events be they courses, seminars, or workshops has not increased their external effectiveness for example, on the criteria of improved performance...
A recent case in the High Court has drawn attention to some legislation which, whilst it has been in force for a very long time, is rarely invoked in the courts today the Truck Acts, particularly that of 1831. The author examines some facets of this area of the law but stresses that this article...
Perhaps the biggest challenge facing the training movement today is the current assumption that society would function better if only there was a wider understanding of how it works. This understanding needs to be acquired at one level by employees and at another level by the general public. In...
THE HUDSON INSTITUTE EUROPE, IN ITS RECENT REPORT, THE UNITED KINGDOM IN 1980, has taken the pulse of the socalled sick man of Europe and has reached a sombre conclusion. The real economic condition of Britain is one of declining competitiveness, deteriorating balance of payments and declining...
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