Employees -- Training of
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Unlaminated colour poster by the PSU advertising the benefits of competency based training. Includes a photograph of an iceberg out at sea, plus the text: 'Competency Based Training goes beyond The Tip Of The Iceberg, Competency Based Training is about recognising and enhancing your work skills, Find Out How CBT Can Assist You'. Smaller text further describes the benefits of CBT. Authorised by Peter Robson, National Secretary, PSU [Public Sector Union], photo by Vincent Serventy &...
Dates: n.d. [1980s - 1990s?]
Scope and Contents Poster describing 'how well someone with limited abilities can do if given careful step-by-step training and an understanding supervisor', and advocating that employers 'give these people a break.' Describes the positive experience Ross Swinburn had working under his supervisor Greta Hewett at the Department of Foreign Affairs. Includes two colour photographs of Ross and Greta, plus explanatory black text on a white background. Also includes the text: 'Removing Barriers Poster Series: No 5...
Scope and Contents Poster encouraging women to fight for workplace training. Printed in purple, black and white. Includes individual photographs, and one group photograph, of three women (Lisa Arnett, Christine O'Brien and Margaret Hodges) alongside quotes from them about the need for workplace training of women. Also includes a side bar along the right side with text in a range of different languages. Large-scale text states: 'Stepping up the ladder, Training Pays Women, Fight for the right to train. You're...
Dates: n.d. [1980s?]
Scope and Contents Poster advocating workplace training. Printed in green, black and white. Includes photographs of various workers (Son Ung, Van Linh Tranh, Helen Fattoretto, Steven Tidlatka and Don Stolp) alongside quotes from them about the need for, and benefits of, workplace training. Also includes a side bar along the right side with text in a range of different languages. Large-scale text states: 'Training Pays, Fight for the right to train. You're worth it! Authorised by the Vehicle Builder's Union,...
Dates: n.d. [1980s?]