A licence to skill

Phillips, Lucy
July 2007
People Management;7/12/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p17
The article reports on the views of several stakeholders in the establishment of the Commission for Employment and Skills in Great Britain. Martyn Sloman of CIPD says that the organization can only succeed if it gains an understanding of the importance of knowledge and skills. John Brennan of the Association of Colleges says that the commission can make an important contribution to the firmament of further education. Jaine Chisholm-Caunt of Cogent adds that the commission will support sector skills councils (SSC) and further empower SSC.


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