New training targets
- news. // Adults Learning;Apr2000, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p4
Presents news briefs on education in Great Britain as of April 2000. Development of a national basic skills curriculum for adult learning; Educational grants given by community organizations to support adult learning; Percentage of adults in England that have qualification.
- Training. // People Management;12/10/98, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p16
Presents news briefs related to training of employees in Great Britain. Amount to be received by further education colleges to spend on improving standards and educational equipments; Results of the survey conducted by the Campaign for Learning regarding the attitudes to learning of working...
- Courses summer 2012. // Acupuncture in Medicine;Jun2012, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p158
A 2012 calendar of summer foundation courses from the British Medical Acupuncture Society is presented which includes courses which will be offered at Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, England, Cartnavel Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland and City Hospital in Birmingham, England.
- Big switch to classroom training went too far, says RCN chief. Doult, Bill // Nursing Standard;10/10/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p7
The article focuses on the views of Peter Carter, general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing in England, regarding the better balance between nursing theory and practice. He believes that nursing is an occupation that primarily needs to be learned in the work setting. Carter also set out...
- UK plc cannot wait for today's school pupils to meet skills demand. Glick, Bryan // Computer Weekly;2/18/2014, p14
The article highlights the role of education in addressing the issue on skills shortage in Great Britain. Topics discussed include an initiative for a salary increase to attract skilled workers, the lack of digital skills in North East England, and the scheme announced by Camden Council in...
- Prison Education. // Literacy Today;Sep2005, Issue 44, p38
The article focuses on the issue related to prison education in Great Britain, as discussed in the Government Response to the House of Commons Education and Skills Select Committee Report. The British Government pointed to the low attainment of prisoners and the shortage of money as reasons to...
- Too-variable standards criticised by inspectors. Eyre, Elizabeth // Training Journal;Feb2011, p9
The article reports on the criticisms by the chief inspectors of education and training in Wales for the inconsistencies of performance by providers despite rising standards. Anne Keane mentions the 2009 to 2010 annual reports of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales...
- Training credits for Scottish youth. // Futurist;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p8
Describes a pilot program for British teenagers that will offer training credits to young people leaving full-time education. How it will work; Projected benefits.
- Â£50m funding for maths and English basic skills workplace training. // Basic Skills Bulletin;10/13/2014, Issue 169, p1
The article reports on a national campaign launched in Great Britain to announce the availability of a funding for mathematics and English basic skills workplace training. It highlights the advocate of the National Consortium of Colleges and Providers for business leaders to take advantage of...