Vocational learning at your own expense

Littlefield, David
December 1995
People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p8
Reports that interest is growing in an idea to encourage people to pay more for training by setting up individual `learning accounts' (ILA). One idea that has caught the attention of the Department for Educational and Employment; Reaction of the government and ministers to the ILA.


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