The work of local enterprise agencies in the UK and the importantrole which an effective training programme can make to their continueddevelopment is assessed. Important changes have occurred since theirinitial formation and future changes can be anticipated. Training istherefore required to ensure that agencies remain capable of providing aprofessional support service. A study covering all agencies inNorthwest England of the training needs identified by agency directorsis analysed. It stems from an 18month project funded by the TrainingAgency as a Local Development Project with participation from businessesin the community and the agencies themselves. The difficulties involvedin defining training needs are considered, in particular the problem ofaccurately relating training to agency performance and the problems ofdelivery in the light of the structure and nature of the agencies.
Journal of European Industrial Training – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1991
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