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Industrial Training Boards

Volume 987: debated on Friday 27 June 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many people are employed by each industrial training board; and what is the level of total expenditure on wages and salaries in each case.

BoardNumber of full-time staff 1 April 1980Wages and salary costs 1979/80*£m
Air Transport and Travel760·769
Carpet140·090
Ceramics, Glass and Mineral Products1120·952
Chemical and Allied Products1581·137
Clothing and Allied Products700·442
Construction8124·914
Cotton and Allied Textiles760·589
Distributive4362·878
Engineering8235·165
Food, Drink and Tobacco1751·349
Footwear, Leather and Furskin450·336
Foundry Industry Training Committee660·487
Furniture and Timber1000·872
Hotel and Catering2582·143
Iron and Steel550·516
Knitting, Lace and Net470·320
Man-made Fibre50·048
Paper and Paper Products750·547
Petroleum1010·852
Printing and Publishing1631·437
Road Transport8716·593
Rubber and Plastics960·860
Shipbuilding870·529
Wool, Jute and Flax580·412

Notes

* Salary figures include employers national insurance and pension contributions but exclude all other employment costs (eg travel, subsistence, accommodation, etc)