HC Deb 12 February 1942 vol 377 c1557
8. Mr. Tinker

asked the Minister of Labour whether he will state the methods taken to place trainess in suitable positions after they have completed a full course at a training centre and been passed out as satisfactory?

Mr. Bevin

To the greatest extent possible, arrangements are made beforehand with the prospective employer, and the training is adjusted to the particular operations which the trainees will have to perform. Where this cannot be arranged the placing machinery of the employment exchanges is used.

Mr. Tinker

Is there any redress for a person who has been trained and who is not satisfied with the duties to which he is allotted? Can he have a change?

Mr. Bevin

I would like notice of that Question.

Mr. M. Samuel

Is that a conservative operation?