1 edition of Training and Enterprise Councils found in the catalog.
|Statement||Employment Department Group|
|Publishers||Employment Department Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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director, 30 Jun 1991- 22 Jul 1994• It evaluates the consequential outputs of and barriers to networking, the level of involvement encountered, and existing regional disparities. The most common and important output of networks was their role in aiding collaborative learning among businesses, and process developments involving the dissemination of best practice and Training and Enterprise Councils through programmes such as manufacturing and management development initiatives.director, 22 Mar 1993- 22 Sep 1997• Rated Stub-class This article is within the scope ofa collaborative effort to improve the coverage of on Wikipedia.director, 24 Jul 1995-•director, 10 Nov 1993- 22 Apr 1994• Abstract This dissertation considers the current training and employment opportunities for disabled people in Britain against a background of institutionalised discrimination within society.
director, 14 Sep 1991- 18 Jan 1993•director, 30 Jun 1991- 1 Dec 1998•director, 18 Sep 1995- 28 Apr 1998• They also promoted training and business enterprise with local organisations. We understand that there are approximately 100 to 120 members.director, 14 Sep 1991- 16 Sep 1998•director, 18 Jan 1993-•
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A range of different pension schemes were in place across the TEC network, including final salary, group money purchase and group personal pension schemes.
It is argued that due account needs to be taken by TECs of the particular concerns of small business owners and that TEC staff should develop personal contact with their customers.