...1m `fraud' adds to woes of troubled Tec

Thatcher, Mike
November 1997
People Management;11/6/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p17
Reports on the allegations that one of Central England Training and Enterprise Council's main training providers is involved in a one million pound fraud. Other training providers subject to investigations by the Department for Education and Employment of Great Britain; Effect on the Council's ability to play its role in training provision and economic development.


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