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first_imgThis month’s news in brief BMW targets womanBMW (GB) is seeking to attract a higher number of female technicians to itsdealer service training programmes to redress the current balance of only onequalified female technician out of 300. The initiative includes sendinginformation to schools and surveying dealerships to ensure equalopportunity-friendly environments. Career planning manager at BMW Roger Waterssaid: “When searching for the best school leavers it is crazy to ignorehalf of them.” Driving development Golf is playing its part in furthering employee development at 4×4 vehiclemanufacturer Land Rover. Huge interest was shown in the game by its 11,500workforce during a pilot project in early 2003 and now up to 500 employees ayear are expected to take advantage of a number of tailored lesson packages.Lessons are funded by the Associate Development Scheme – an independentorganisation within Land Rover formed by negotiations with the trade unions toenable employees to take up non-work-related education. Rover has spent£230,000 so far on activities ranging from plumbing to Salsa dancing, with£90,000 of this spent on golf. Safety boost Accident frequency rates have been cut by 75 per cent at aluminium extruderSapa Profiles after it introduced the metal industry’s health and safetypassport scheme. The scheme, which tests knowledge and individual competenceon-the-job, was aimed at line managers, foremen and team leaders. In less than10 months accidents were down by 30 per cent. scoops award BBC Learning has been voted training provider of the year. The products andservices giant was honoured at the recent World of Learning Conference andExhibition (WOLCE) awards in Birmingham’s NEC last November. The LearningResource Centre Manager of the Year is Sue Horder of Airbus UK. Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article in briefOn 1 Jan 2004 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Ferdinand ready to sign with Rs

first_imgRio Ferdinand is set to complete a move to QPR after the former Manchester United and England defender announced he had passed his medical. The 35-year-old has been a free agent since his 12-year stay at Old Trafford came to an end when his contract expired last month and he is now set to be reunited with Harry Redknapp, the man who handed him his professional debut when the pair worked together at West Ham. Ferdinand’s future was up in the air as he travelled to Brazil to work as a World Cup pundit with BBC Sport but now he is back he appears to be closing in on a move to Loftus Road. “Thumbs up re medical now on to the the exciting part #Signature EnRoute to Loftus Road…. #QPR,” he tweeted. If the contract is signed without a hitch, Ferdinand will become Redknapp’s first summer signing after guiding the R’s back into the Barclays Premier League through the play-offs. Until now the 67-year-old has focused more on handing new contracts to those players who helped steer the club back to the top flight but, in Ferdinand, he will be adding a man with plenty of experience and six Premier League winners’ medals. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more