HC Deb 06 June 1972 vol 838 cc47-8W
33. Mr. Dalyell

asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is his policy regarding the future payment of levy in the context of the Road Transport Industry Training Board.

Mr. Chichester-Clark

Decisions on payment of levy can only be made in the context of policy on the future of industrial training generally. My right hon. Friend is now considering the policy in the light of comments on the Government's proposals received during the consultative period.

37. Mr. Raphael Tuck

asked the Secretary of State for Employment when the White Paper on Industrial Training will be published.

Mr. Chichester-Clark

I have nothing to add to the answer which my hon. Friend gave to the hon. Member for Manchester, Blackley (Mr. Rose) on 16th May.—[Vol. 837, c.60–1.]

48. Mr. Hooson

asked the Secretary of State for Employment what steps he is taking to improve the facilities for industrial retraining in the Principality of Wales.

Mr. Chichester-Clark

The number of training places available at Government training centres in the Principality will be increased from about 1,100 at present to about 1,700 by 1975. Full use will also be made of all suitable training facilities available in employers' establishments and colleges of further education.

54. Mr. Proudfoot

asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will take steps to establish a Trades Union Industrial Training Board.

Mr. Chichester-Clark