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Snapshot of training divides companies by approach


The Office of National Statistics has provided a snapshot of the current provision of training by employers.

Interesting points include:
- comparisons over the last ten years which suggest that periods of training have become more frequent but shorter
- a third of employees have never been offered any training
- a quarter of employees with degree-level qualifications had received training in the last four weeks, compared with one in six educated to GCSE level and one in 20 of those with no qualifications
- companies were divided into 15% low trainers (training not at all or as a last resort), 55% tactical trainers (undertaking training when necessary) and 30% strategic trainers (those who take a "positive and systematic approach to training").

Can you divide attitudes to training that clearly? Post your comments below.


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