This two-volume set "would be most useful for the marketing of ESL and literacy training in the workplace. They are the findings of a national study to determine the impact of such training in the workplace. The findings of the study include some dramatic results, a corroboration of common assertions, and a quantification of subjective impressions.
Areas where the effects of the training were most keenly felt included: direct cost savings, access to and acceptability of further training, participation in teams and meetings, promotion and job flexibility, and the value of training."
Volume 1 includes the Executive Summary, the principle findings and case studies of nine workplaces involved in the study.
Volume 2 contains the statistical data on which the findings are based.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 800-0053|
|Publisher: Language Australia|
|Place of Publication: Melbourne, Australia|
|Year of Publication: 1996|
|Size: A4, portrait|
|Length: 211 pages|