Figures suggest Tecs are lagging behind
- Whatever happened to the hard-core unemployed? // Management Review;Aug71, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p46
Examines the progress of programs to train and employ the hard-core unemployed in the U.S. as of 1973. Retention of federal funding levels for hard-core programs; Training and support activities for hard-core programs; Importance of feedback and flexibility; Role of middle management in the...
- Unemployment spurs restraining . // Management Review;Jul83, Vol. 72 Issue 7, p4
Reports on the planned retraining of jobless people in light of the speculation that double-digit unemployment in the United States may persist into 1984. Design of retraining programs to teach laid-off workers skills that will permit them to find jobs in recession-proof industries; Importance...
- `Smiling for the Tourists': The education and training of the unemployed in Canada. Edwards, Richard // Studies in the Education of Adults;Apr92, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p56
Focuses on the policy issues in bridging the gap between the needs of the labor market and skills availability among the labor force in Canada. Economic context in the construction of policy documents; Nature and extent of unemployment; State-funded programs for the unemployed; Case study on...
- Tecs highlight `crisis' in jobless training scheme. Thatcher, Mike // People Management;10/05/95, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p12
Reports that main training program for long-term unemployed people by the British Government is in disarray and faces public discredit. Details on the leaked report from the Tec National Council about the Training for Work (TFW) program during 1995; Some problems of the program; Opinion of the...
- Skills scheme warning. // People Management;12/18/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p11
Notes the failure of Hertfordshire, England's Tec scheme to encourage learning among the unemployed. Implications for the British government's individual learning account scheme.
- Beyond `skills'. Osterman, Paul; Lautsch, Brenda A. // Dollars & Sense;Nov/Dec96, Issue 208, p34
Features the Project QUEST, a job training program for the unemployed in San Antonio, Texas. Background on the project; Effect of the program on the educational community and participants' families; Lessons for further improvement.
- Figures suggest Tecs are lagging behind. Littlefield, David // People Management;9/21/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p9
Focuses on the figures highlighting the performance of training and enterprise councils (Tecs) which causes alarm to jobless people in London. Place where the best Tecs can be found; What employment minister, James Paice thinks of the Tecs performance results; Tec performance indicator from...
- Employment. // Youth Studies;Feb91, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p8
Presents a summary of the report on the training scheme of West Australian government for unemployed people which appeared in Australian, dated December 14, 1990.
- B.C. to help train 1,000 unemployed. // Asian Pacific Post;9/24/2009, p12
The article reports on the Employment Skills Access Program in British Columbia which will provide training to almost 1,000 unemployed individuals.