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A Forgotten Sector. The Training of Ancillary Staff in by Duncan N. Smith

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This is provided on a day-release basis at m a n y major colleges. , a n d seems likely to be very useful in setting higher standards.

T h e best method of encouraging supervisory training. 6. Whether to assist in (3) a n d (4) above some catering " t u t o r s " should be appointed as a n experiment. 7. Whether selected ex-apprentices or ex-trainees should b e encouraged to take courses which would make them eligible for posts as catering officers. 8. W h a t steps should be taken to develop training in small hospitals. 9. T h e relationship of the catering staff to the hospital as a whole. CHAPTER 5 DINING ROOMS I N ENGLAND AND W A L E S there were, i n 1 9 6 6 , 7 6 7 9 whole-time a n d 3 9 9 6 part-time staff in hospital dining rooms.

Figures extracted from this return are shown in Table 5. T r a i n i n g for E x i s t i n g C o o k s T a b l e 5 also reveals the important fact that no fewer than 432 existing cooks and assistant cooks were, at that date, also taking City and Guilds courses. O f these the great majority h a d day release. Over 400 of the 8400 full-time cooks a n d assistant cooks were therefore engaged in acquiring qualifications, a n d there was also a n apprentice a n d trainee stream (which includedsome maids and kitchen porters) amounting to about 350.

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