§ 33. Mr. Redmond
asked the Secretary of State for Employment on what date he intends to publish the review of industrial training boards.
§ 82. Mr. John Page
asked the Secretary of State for Employment on what date he will announce the result of his review of the industrial training boards.
§ Mr. R. Carr
The Government's proposals for industrial training are contained in the booklet "Training for the Future": A Plan for Discussion, which was published on 1st February.
§ 35. Mr. Ralph Howell
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many employers have agreed to make available spare training capacity for training workers at Government expense; and how many training places he expects to become available as a result.
§ 37. Mr. Tom Boardman
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many Government training centres are now open or under construction; how many places they are expected to provide; and how these numbers compare with a year ago.
§ Mr. R. Carr
A year ago there were 48 centres providing 10,500 training places. Since then I have opened four new centres and am planning to open a further 12 by 1975 when there will be 17,000 training places.
§ 52. Mr. John Robertson
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what numbers of apprentices and other workers were in training during each of the last 10 years to December, 1971.