Funding pot for plastics training runs out early

Churchard, Claire
August 2009
People Management;8/27/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p10
The article reports on the said inadequacy of funding for the plastics manufacturing sector in Great Britain. The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) allocated 50 million pounds of funding for the sector as part of its Train to Gain scheme. It also notes that a large number of employers have opted for subsidised training in the economic downturn.


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