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TEC performance indicators published

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Lifelong Learning Minister Malcolm Wicks today published the latest performance indicators for Training and Enterprise Councils (TEC) and Chambers of Commerce, Training and Enterprise (CCTE).

Commenting on the publication of TEC Performance Indicators for 1998-9, Mr Wicks said:-

"I am pleased that the numbers of young people and adults achieving an NVQ has continued to increase. I am also pleased to note that there has been a marked increase in the number of companies which have gained recognition as Investors in People.

"We are beginning to see evidence that the culture of lifelong learning is becoming accepted as the means of raising skill levels and responding to change in the workplace and that lifelong learning is the means by which everyone can improve their life-chances. The development of new Learning and Skills Council - bringing training and further education closer together, with a strong role for business and other partners - will enable us to consolidate and extend this progress in the future.

"However, we must not lose sight of the stretching national learning targets which we are expecting to achieve by 2002. We will be looking to TECs to continue their excellent progress towards meeting these over the next eighteen months.

" We want to harness the expertise that TECs have acquired and build on the substantial contribution TECs have already made to education and training in the new Learning and Skills Councils. I hope that many of the talented individuals working within the TEC movement will continue to play their important role and seek to transfer their skills to the new structures as they are established."

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