§ 20. Mr. David Adams
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether, in view of their post-war employment, recruits, whenever practicable, are receiving periods of training at Government training centres.
§ The First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. A. V. Alexander)
Certain naval personnel receive technical instruction at Government training centres as part of their training 217 for the Naval Service. It would not be practicable under war conditions to fit specific schemes of training for post-war employment into the naval curriculum, but there is no doubt that the training they receive will benefit many trainees when they return to civil life.
§ Mr. Austin Hopkinson
Can the right hon. Gentleman inform us how these men are to get employment after the war, in view of the existence of the Restoration of Pre-War Practices Act?