Cox, Annette; McBride, Anne
May 2007
People Management;5/17/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p36
The article presents information on the British National Health Service initiative called Skills Escalator. The policy blueprint issued in 2001 proposed that trusts made creative use of new or existing workforce development projects to put together an escalator of skills training, career progression opportunities and role redesign that would enable and encourage people to develop their careers.


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