Education the Key to Industrial Harmony
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THE urgent need for education in road transport gives special importance to "The Short Road to Industrial Co-operation," which has just been published by the British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education. This book is based on papers and discussions held at the Association's annual conference at Ashbridge, last October.
Mr. F. C. Hooper, late Director of Business Training, Ministry of Labour, deals with the problem of education and training within industry. Mr. H. Clay, assistant general secretary, Transport and General Workers' Union, is concerned with "Trade Union Reactions," and Mr. Noel F. Hall, principal of the new Administrative Staff College. Henley, with "Further Training for Higher Management."
"The Industrialist's Point of View" is presented by Lieut.-General Sir Ronald Weeks, deputy-chairman, Vickers, Ltd., and chairman of the English Steel Corporation.
The book costs 5s. 6d., and can be obtained from the Association at 107, Baker Street, London, W.I.