Skills targets

IMI explains five training goals after government appointment

Published:  05 October, 2007

THE IMI has explained how it will attempt to deliver business benefits to the industry by improving skills.

Working with schools and colleges to encourage vocational training among teenagers.

Encouraging employers to help staff gain new skills and knowledge.

Making the automotive sector a more desirable industry to work in by attempting to improve staff retention and apprenticeship completion rates.

Giving managers the skills they need to improve performance through practical training.

Developing a framework of qualifications and accredited training for the industry.

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