By Ethel Venables and Jack Kahn (Auth.)
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1 The existing boards range in size from the Engineering Board, which covers nearly 4 million people, to the Carpet Board, which is responsible for 40,000 employees. The boards are empowered to impose a levy upon the firms in their industry and use the money to ensure the provision of proper training facilities. Those firms organising acceptable training schemes are eligible for grants to recover the cost and the greater part of the levy money will be used in this way. Plans vary from board to board: the levy is in one case only half a per cent of the total emoluments paid to employees, in another industry 2 | per cent, and in the iron and steel industry the sum is based not on a percentage but on a fixed sum—£14.
E. E. 3. Social, administrative and business studies 4. Professional and vocational subjects* 5. ) 6. Art and design (including 1200 taking music and drama) 7. Medical health and welfare 8. Agriculture, farming (including 175 veterinary science) 9. Language and literature 10. C. and G. teachers' certificates and art teachers' diploma 11. , part 2, pp. 81-91, table 28. *>. «. <* Evening class attendance is given by the difference between column 4 and the sum of columns 2 and 3. e Includes architecture, catering, home economics, librarianship, nautical and transport subjects, trade and personal services and journalism.
S visit. " "I've always been interested in electrical engineering. " It must not be assumed, however, that following in father's footsteps always happens automatically. Often there are family arguments about what John or Mary should do but the parents tend to win. " One young man from a school in the Midlands who had gained seven "O" level certificates said, "We've always been in the motor trade. " "I looked into chemistry and forestry when I was trying to find a job, but my father was dead against it.
Leaving School and Starting Work by Ethel Venables and Jack Kahn (Auth.)