Skills Czar Advises on Training
Small Business News – 13th January 2009
Citing both Labour and Tory mistakes made during recessions in both the 1970s and 1990s respectively, Chris Humphries, CEO of the UK Commission for Employment & Skills (UKCES) advises that training needs to be far more objective than it has been in the past, urging that "we must not make the same mistake again".
By ensuring that skills training is geared toward longer-term improvements, Chris Humphries advises that training for skills that are both correct & relevant is the best approach for dealing with a recession and for emerging at the end of an economic downturn in a strong position.
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