Recent changes made by the government have seen an
increasing number of companies investing in employee training, it
has been reported.
The Train to Gain initiative is being extended to allow a broader
range of businesses and workers to take advantage of the scheme,
As part of the expansion, more small and medium-sized businesses
will be able to access training to help offset the economic
Companies in the north-east already account for a substantial
amount of the scheme's uptake, but there are still many firms yet
to make use of its opportunities, the report continues.
According recent research from Ofsted, many employers are satisfied
with the service, but are not yet demanding enough from it.
Patricia Wilkinson, North East chamber of Commerce acting training
director, said it is "essential" that firms continue to invest in
their employees' skills.
From January 2009, Train to Gain is to offer units of
qualifications in sectors such as sales and marketing and IT
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