Vocational's low standing a 'tragedy'

19th November 2010 at 00:00

A business leader said it is a "tragedy" that vocational qualifications are still seen as second best. Speaking at the National Training Federation Wales's annual conference, Janet Jones, chair of the Federation of Small Businesses Wales, said more emphasis must be placed on giving young people the skills needed by employers.

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