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first_img Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article This week’s news in briefInsurer’s CIPD course Norwich Union, the UKs largest insurance group, has launched a new trainingscheme offering staff professional HR qualifications from the CharteredInstitute of Personnel and Development. So far, 40 employees have signed up forthe scheme, which will be carried out at the firm’s head office in Norwich.Depending on the level being studied, the programme can involve 10 hours ofstudy a week for up to four years.  www.protocol.co.ukLeadership scheme The Cabinet Office has teamed up with the Improvement and Development Agencyto create a strategic leadership programme for managers in local government. Apublic/private partnership with media company Epic has led to the developmentof an online leadership programme called PRIME. It will use a range of learningmethods including tutorials, case studies and scenario-based teaching.  www.idea.gov.uk/prime£15m for social care Social care staff are set to benefit from a £15m training investment by theDepartment of Health. The funds will be distributed by Topss England and comeon top of the £25m National Training Strategy grant from the Department ofHealth. The money will be used to support induction training and NVQassessment. An additional £9m has been provided in the HR development fund tosupport new roles in social care.  www.topss.org.ukCD training gear Sales executives at BMW are being sent a new CD-based e-learning programmeto teach them how to operate a new type of gearbox. All customer facing staffat BMW’s 153 dealerships will complete the course which covers the SMG gearboxon the firm’s M3 vehicle. The scheme is designed by BYG systems and is based oninteractive multimedia.  www.bygsystems.comCITB support centre The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has developed a new nationalassessment centre to support specialist building training. It will support 500candidates and concentrate on the more specialist sectors that currently havefew training facilities around the country. The centre covers trades such asdemolition, joinery and flooring.  www.itb.org.uk … in briefOn 25 Feb 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more