Trainees to diagnose faults online

first_imgTrainees to diagnose faults onlineOn 27 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Thisweek’s training newsAnInternet training system for trainee technicians in the retail motor industryhas been launched by its industry training body. The Institute of MotorIndustry (IMI) initiative will allow candidates taking National and ScottishVocational Qualifications to be tested on their knowledge and diagnostic skillsin a range of disciplines online. About 200 colleges in the UK are beingaccredited by IMI to conduct the new tests. aims to add skilled people to workforceEmploymentagency Adecco has invested £700,000 in a new training centre in Leeds, part ofa £10m investment that the group is making in call centre and IT trainingacross the UK. It is the second of a projected 15 centres to be opened acrossthe UK. The training will be open to anyone seeking employment and is expectedto bring more than 300 skilled people into the workforce over the next 10months.Cross-Channelstaff taught to parler françaisMorethan 250 employees have signed up for free French lessons at Dover-based ferryoperator P&O Stena Line. The new round of training is linked to NVQs atLevels 1, 2 and 3. The classes will take place outside normal working hours andare available to all ship and shore-based staff. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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