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The youth unemployment problems of the USA are depressingly similar to those of the UK, and indeed the whole of the western world. There are 9.5 million people aged 1621 years. About 4 million of these young people will experience some difficulty in making the transition from school to work many...
Before making up its mind on what changes to make in the statutory system of industrial training the Government, playing according to the rules, asked the Manpower Services Commission for its advice. In turn the MSC established a Review Body which eventually produced its report OUTLOOK ON...
WHY CONSULT THE CRYSTAL BALL WHEN YOU CAN READ THE BOOK There is, then, a discernible pattern in the way changes take place in the livingworking relationships in society. I have introduced readers to the THRESHOLD model. We started off by thinking in terms of a simple beforeandafter situation....
The gap between industry and education should be a cause of concern to both sides. Employers too often see the gap as the failure of the education system to meet the needs of employment. This narrow view, however, is both arrogant and lacking in an appreciation of the full extent of the problem....
That innovation and training essentially belong together could be so selfevident as virtually to be a cliche. Yet, in Britain's industrial story of the past twentyfive or thirty years, this interrelationship has remained a maxim more honoured in the breach than in the observance. There have been...
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