TITLE

A national standard can regenerate our industry

AUTHOR(S)
Steed, Colin
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Jun2003, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Blueprint for a national skills strategy, Developing a National Skills Strategy and Delivery Plan: Progress Report created by Great Britain government has some problems. There are two glaring omissions. First, there is no reference to ensuring quality in any process regulating the use of public money to subsidize training; and second, there is no mention of controlling or monitoring the quality of the trainers. Therefore, the skills strategy needs effective accreditation to provide quality marks for training providers, who are, after all, in line to receive financial support from the government.
ACCESSION #
10022326

 

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