Managing training and development

May 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun98, Issue 9, p19
Academic Journal
Deals with the Option Module `Managing Training and Development' offered by Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education to executives. In-course assessment introduced by the module tutor William Johnston; How student Wendy Hamilton completed her Diploma in Administrative Management; Main text of Hamilton's assignment.


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