So, I found that retraining was essential, but very hard to get, unless you paid for it your self, the powers that be, be they the Government, or industry being reluctant to retrain
It's amazing what they can retrain
racehorses to do.
FINANCE and Management Business School is an innovative education provider in Birmingham city centre, currently working towards improving people's skills and helping them to retrain
to get back in to work.
Now he says the growing number of redundant workers across Wales should follow suit and tap into support from the Welsh Assembly Government to retrain
for a new job.
Some airmen not offered a career job reservation may be able to retrain
, some may be able to get a special duty assignment, and others will be separated at the end of their enlistment.
A facility can switch products and not need to retrain
staff if the new product does not introduce a new hazard to the job of an employee.
I am an unemployed construction worker who, because of my age, is considered past my bestI'd like to retrain
as a long distance driver, but, the cost to myself is prohibitive.
Finally, the customer gets the advantages of much faster backup and restore without the need to purchase additional software licenses or to retrain
A LEADING teacher's union yesterday said they would not retrain
during the summer unless they got a pay rise.
The program offers a curriculum designed to retrain
pianists limited by pain, injury or tension while they pursue a degree option at PSU.
The sensible thing is to retrain
the downsized workers and keep them off the jobless rolls.
The European Commission has launched a Euro 4 million project to help retrain
Russian military officers over the next two years.