Manpower Services Commission


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Manpower Services Commission

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (in Britain, formerly) an organization providing training for adult workers
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Your views Email us letters@liverpoolecho.co.uk Funded by the Manpower Services Commission, the PFA and the Football League, it kicked off delivering coaching sessions in local schools before expanding to develop a variety of programmes that engages annually with more than 20,000 people and boasts 125 staff.
The scheme received high-level union backing under the Governmentfinanced Manpower Services Commission.
He also joined the Manpower Services Commission attached to the Brent Council in North London, where he helped to develop and oversee projects to assist unemployed youth from deprived communities to get into viable employment.
For example: only the second Homestart project in the country a network of community residents' associations across Loughborough which gave a voice to residents in local matters and supported them to address them, such as the creation of mother and baby groups and influencing local planning issues - one of which resulted in the building of Epinal Way -cant Manpower Services Commission programme that employed people out of work on a range of activities aimed at community benefit -agement and development of numerous new groups such as Charnwood Stroke Club, Carers' Support Group, the Civic Trust, Charnwood Bereavement Group and a self-help group for people with mental health difficulties.
He added: "We have had a dazzling array of bodies: the Manpower Services Commission, the training and enterprise councils, the Learning and Skills Council, the Skills Funding Agency, and the Learning and Skills Network.
In 1986, an intensive restoration project began at Wilton, under a Manpower Services Commission Community Programme joint venture with the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group.
Reggie was the emblem of the project funded by the Manpower Services Commission. The project's team visit schools and groups giving talks on recycling, conservation and energy saving and help the elderly and those on low incomes with energy saving JS*88920101
A Manpower Services Commission report concluded that the situation was "one of shortage of varying degrees of severity for all occupations associated with the exploitation of offshore oil and gas".
With three decades of experience in the apprenticeship and vocational training sector, Wallace, from Yarm, previously worked for the Learning & Skills Council, the North East Training and Enterprise Council and the Manpower Services Commission.
Adrian's mum eventually reconciled with George, who had a new job with the Manpower Services Commission. But there was more trouble ahead for the couple, when Pauline and Doreen Slater both revealed they were pregnant at the same time.
Like many others, he was employed or at least paid, by the Manpower Services Commission on a Cardiff City Council employment scheme.
As chairman of the North Tyne area board of the Government's Manpower Services Commission, which funded the courses, the youngsters could be forgiven if they gave him star customer treatment.

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