Dunlop Programme for Post-war Training
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THE ne,eci to supplement technical education with training inside industry itself is stressed in the preliminary outline of the post-war education and training programme of the
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd. •
" In the Dunlop organization, as in many others," it is pointed out, the training required by many grades of
both staff and operative personnel is et such a specialized type that-it cannot be obtained in any public educational or training institution." A full series of training and refresher cOurses is, therefore, proposed for " all ranks, from the senior executives to the most junior employees." A sevenweeks' course for production foremen has already been started at Fort Dunlop and three " refresher " courses, each lasting a week, have beenorganized.fer regional sales managers, district managers and technical service men..
Arrangements have been completed for. the reabserption and training of demobilized employees, beginning with a reception course, lasting one week,