HC Deb 05 July 1949 vol 466 cc1942-3
15. Sir William Darling

asked the Minister of Labour in view of the fact that the Scottish Hotels School, Ross Hall, is a recognised school for training, what assistance he gives to those who seek to avail themselves of its resources.

Mr. Ness Edwards

Students at this school may, if eligible, receive the normal grants under the Further Education and Training Scheme.

Sir W. Darling

Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that this is the only school in Scotland for the training of hoteliers, whose business it is to deal with the tourist trade, and should it not, therefore, command a little more attention than some other places of education?

Mr. Ness Edwards

I thought I gave the hon. Gentleman the assurance that any student who is eligible under the scheme is qualified to go there and to get assistance.