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Some Aspects of Industrial Training in the U.K. and Their Impact on Education

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The paper describes how the Industrial Training Act, enacted to raise the quality and quantity of training in the U. K., is implemented, and outlines some training recommendations of the Engineering Industry Training Board which affect personnel in the electrical and electronic industries, and their impact on education. The two industries encountered considerable practical difficulties in the operation of the Act, and these are explained. The author outlines recent proposals by the Minister of Employment on the future of training in the U.K., which suggest a new training pattern, and industry's reaction to them.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )