Working Links has noted that training is vital to improving worker skills and ensuring that the job market can grow.
Head of skills at the organisation Will Cookson said that training, whether to top up existing skills or retrain for work in a new sector, will play a key role in personal development and further drive recovery from the recession.
"There's still not as strong a correlation between courses and jobs as we would like. Training providers need to forge closer links with industry and gain robust knowledge of the local, regional and national labour markets," he added.
Recently, the Corporate Issues Survey compiled by Ken Blanchard Companies and seen by HR Magazine showed that the majority of firms are committed to investing in their staff, with 78 per cent hoping to maintain or increase learning and development budgets over the next 12 months.
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