Training budget cuts will not hit all TECs equally

Littlefied, David
February 1995
People Management;2/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p9
Discusses how the government funding for Training for Work (TFW) suffered budget cuts and and some training and enterprise councils (TEC) in Britain. Data on the number of people who would be affected by the cuts in TFW; Details on TECs that were hit hardest by cuts; Information on North London TEC.


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