- Shipbuilding Industry Training Board training policy statements c.1960s-1970s
- Shipbuilding Industry Training Board training booklets, pamphlets and newsletters c.1960s-1982
- Shipbuilding Industry Training Board engineering technician's guides c.1970s
- Training and employment review papers c.1960s-1970s
Records of the Shipbuilding Industry Training Board, shipbuilding training board, Glasgow, Scotland
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Shipbuilding Industry Training Board was established c.1965 with the objectives of helping develop the skills and efficiency of all those working within the shipbuilding industry. The Training Board published guidelines and training policies, as well as training excercises for workers and employers to complete. The Board had several committees and panels working alongside them to better equip and train the workers. However, on the 16th November 1981, the Secretary of State for Employment announced that the Shipbuilding Industry Training Board, along with fifteen other training boards, was to be abolished. The Board was subsequently done away with in late 1982 .
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Deposit : Amanda Campbell, DFEE : 2000
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Fonds level description created by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 27 January 2005