Revised training standards ready

Littlefield, David
March 1995
People Management;3/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p13
Focuses on the launching of a set of training standards and qualifications to replace the framework designed by the Training and Development Lead Body (TDLP) of Great Britain. How the need for change emerged; Description about the complaints on the original framework; Comment of Roy Harrison, former chair of the TDLB, about the standards.


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