Training on the up

27th June 1997 at 01:00
Training is on the increase, according to the latest official figures. Some 3.12 million employees received job-related training last winter, an increase of 65,000 over autumn 1996. The research also shows that of the 5.5m people employed part-time who did not want to go full-time, 800,000 were in full-time education.

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