- Only eight pupils pass Construction Diploma. // Contract Journal;9/16/2009, Vol. 448 Issue 6736, p8
The article reports that only eight out of 12 pupils has passed the first-year option of the Construction Diploma in Great Britain. It notes that the diploma takes two years to complete though the pupils were given the option to take a shorter and one year course. The Department for Children...
- Educate to Elevate. // Orange County Business Journal;2/2/2009, Vol. 32 Issue 5, pA.20
A description of the course "Employee Assistance Program" being offered at Alar Staffing Corp. is provided.
- Courses round-up. // People Management;06/29/95, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p49
Presents several training course for employees. Training for administrator; Practical project leadership; Assertiveness for team leaders; Participative methods for trainers.
- Top of the corporate agenda. // Cabinet Maker;8/31/2001, Issue 5253, p10
Presents tips on selecting courses and meeting costs for training employees. Decision on the type of course fitted for requirements after course selection; Importance of getting the content and personnel right; Considerations of employees' commitment to training.
- TRAINING COURSES. // Commercial Motor;9/4/2008, Vol. 208 Issue 5296, p30
The article lists the training courses for the safety of drivers and managers, including ADR core and packaged goods, Transport manager seminars, and CPC National.
- CIM backs bid to reconcile IT and marketing. // IT Training;Aug2002, p6
Reports the accreditation of a course by the Chartered Institute of Marketing aimed at helping information technology and marketing staff in Great Britain.
- More skills on offer. // WET News: Water & Effluent Treatment News;Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p22
A description of training courses launched by engineering, safety and management consulting firm ESR Technology is presented.
- Mid-term report. Faulkner, Geraldine // Contract Journal;1/28/2004, Vol. 422 Issue 6460, p14
Focuses on the training budget and funding strategy of the Learning and Skills Council (LSC). Role of the organization in the British construction industry; Comment from Stephen Lilley, sector strategy manager of LSC, on the goal of the organization for student training, in partnership with the...
- People. // Contract Journal;8/9/2006, Vol. 434 Issue 6587, p49
The article offers information on the apprenticeship program of the National Construction College in Great Britain. The College covers a wide range of specialist areas including: general construction and plant operatives civil engineering technicians scaffolding and steeplejacking and roofing...