The Industrial Training Act, and the Industry Training Boards which the Act created, have caused a dramatic increase in training activities in Britain. There has been a focusing of attention on to the need to improve the organisation, administration and management of training. There has, however, been less attention given to the need to create the correct environment in which in‐plant training, courses and lectures may be carried out. Accommodation, furniture, fixed and movable equipment all make an important contribution to the correct environment for both student and teacher; a correct choice can have a marked effect on the efficiency and effectiveness of a training department.
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