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YTS-A Training Revolution?

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To some, the new Youth Training Scheme will be the saving of the British economy; to others it will be yet another doomed attempt to keep unemployed school-leavers off the streets and out of the statistics.
As YTS begins its first year of full-scale operation, John Clare , the BBC's Education and Community Affairs Correspondent, looks at what some of this year's school-leavers are being offered, and chairs a discussion with employers, teachers, trade unionists, the Careers Service and the MSC on the hopes and doubts that accompany this latest initiative in youth training.
Film editor ROGER DACIER Film directors
JULIE CALLANAN. ROBERT ALBURY Studio director PATRICK TITLIEY Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown: John Clare
Editor: Roger Dacier
Unknown: Julie Callanan.
Director: Patrick Titliey
Producer: Ian Woolf

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YTS-A Training Revolution?

BBC One London, 4 September 1983 11.25






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