Training policy

February 1995
People Management;02/09/95, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p7
Provides information on the training policies of corporations in United Kingdom. Role of a training skills program by the government; Joint council launching of vocational bodies on aspects of work on General National Vocational Qualificatins (GNVQ) courses; Financial status of South Thames Training and Enterprise Council; Form of compulsion over funding staff training.


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