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Industrial Training

Volume 19: debated on Monday 1 March 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Employment (1) if he will list the names and addresses of those voluntary bodies, sector by sector, which will take over any of the work of the statutory industrial training boards which are to be abolished;(2) how many instructors and training personnel have been appointed to take up posts, or have been earmarked for future posts, in the voluntary bodies which will replace industrial training boards.

The Manpower Services Commission is discussing plans for non-statutory training arrangements with over 100 employer organisations. It is too soon to give a full list of bodies which will be setting up such arrangements for the next few months or to know the number of staff they will appoint.