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London Olympics Launches Skills Search


Extensive research is being undertaken into the skills needed to deliver a successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.

The study will consider which talents and training criteria are required to build the Olympic Park and stage the Games.

The enquiry, commissioned and funded by the London Development Agency (LDA) and the Learning and Skills Council (LSC), will target potential skills gaps and consider likely demand. They claim this will help delivery companies to plan effectively for the Games.

The study will analyse the experience of previous Olympic and Paralympic games, drawing from past practice to form a strategy for 2012.

David Hughes, LSC Regional Director in London, said: “We will seize this opportunity to help local people gain new skills, which will remain a fantastic legacy for London and its residents.”


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