The Historical Perspective: Post‐war industrial training policy in Britain had been characterised by a laissez‐faire approach involving minimal government intervention, until the report of the Carr Committee in 1958. Although some ad hoc provision existed (Government Training Centres, Training Within Industry etc) the prevailing attitude was encapsulated in this report when it stated that the responsibility of industrial training should rest firmly with industry.
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