Two McAlevels, and fries, please?

  newman35 06:51 28 Jan 2008

click here

Is this the answer to our skill shortage?

  lofty29 09:33 28 Jan 2008

When you destroy the countrys industrial base, and nobdy is prepared to pay for proper training this is the sort of rubbish you end up with

  Stuartli 10:41 28 Jan 2008

..and it's less than a month ago since Network Rail managed to screw up the west side railway system for several days...

  spuds 10:50 28 Jan 2008

I suppose its one way, in which major players in the commercial world can help retain staff!.

Gaining qualifications nowadays, seems to be changing all the time, and in the main it appears to be based on financial resources. Our local constabulary have stopped some in-house training courses and sessions in favour of contracting the training to outside companies.

  Clapton is God 12:30 28 Jan 2008

I do a bloody good spag bol.

Where do I go to apply for my Diploma in Italian cooking?

  spuds 12:41 28 Jan 2008

The Vatican perhaps :O)

  Legolas 12:41 28 Jan 2008

I was just getting over the trauma of my journey to work over that period, now youv'e gone and reminded me. Now where did I put these tablets ;)

  sunny staines 13:14 28 Jan 2008

it gives the dim kids a chance of a qualification even if it is useless. But then again degrees and "A" levels have all been dumbed down over the last decade.

  Colin 13:17 28 Jan 2008

Will they replace an NVQ? Also known as "Not Very Qualified".

  lofty29 13:20 28 Jan 2008

That wouln not be the same company that trained the MOD in data security by any chance

  crosstrainer 16:07 28 Jan 2008

That a lot of commercial operators are to offer "qualifications" up to "University Degree" Level.

Whatever next? How about a Mcdegree in burger management :)

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