Investing in people: Launching launches Birmingham and Solihull's Learning Exchange;FE Focus

3rd September 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Local historian and broadcaster Dr Carl Chinn (centre) launches Birmingham and Solihull's Learning Exchange which will help employees improve or learn new skills in the workplace. Businesses are being encouraged to join the exchange and invest in their workforces. Dr Chin, who was joined by students dressed as a chef anda barrister, said: "Through opening up opportunities to learn new skills this incentive will allow people to fulfil their dreams and realise their potential."

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