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Investors in People

a recent UK government initiative to encourage ORGANIZATIONS to train their workforces. Those registering with the initiative are assisted to undertake a systematic analysis of BUSINESS STRATEGY and the training needs that result from this (see TRAINING). The organization is required to design and implement training programmes to meet these needs, and to agree personal training and development programmes with each employee, linked to the achievement of NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS where possible. The extent to which the organization meets the training targets set is assessed by external assessors, and those found to have met them are given an Investors in People award.

Investors in People

a TRAINING scheme sponsored by the UK government to encourage companies to train their workforces. Companies are required to design and implement training programmes to meet their business needs and to agree personal training and development programmes with each employee. The extent to which a company meets the training targets set is evaluated by external assessors, and those found to have met them are given an ‘Investors in People’ award.
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