Skilled workers as trainers in industry
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Skilled workers as trainers in industry a research report to City and Guilds by Eric Tuxworth

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Published by Huddersfield Polytechnic in Huddersfield .
Written in English


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Statement[by]Eric Tuxworth [and]Ann Ciechanowski.
ContributionsCiechanowski, Ann., Polytechnic, Huddersfield.
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Open LibraryOL13838958M

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