HC Deb 12 June 1918 vol 106 cc2207-8

asked the Pensions Minister the number of medical cases which are now receiving training under his Department, and the number of such cases which, after training, have been put in employment?


The number of medical cases which were receiving training in the week ended the 5th June, 1918, and the number which had received training under the Ministry up to that date are 6,526 and 7,613 respectively, or a total of 14,139, made up thus:

Under Training. Trained.
General subjects (Institutions and Workshops 4,477 2,722
Blind (St. Dunstan's) 561 422
Lord Roberts Memorial Workshops 755 1,385
Munition work 733 3,084
6,526 7,613
Total 14,139

In practically every case men who have completed courses of training have been put into employment.