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Old 03-21-2013, 03:21 PM   #1

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Default A-level in Burger creating thanks to MacDonalds
Staff at McDonald's may acquire the same of A-levels in operating hamburger restaurants following the junk food giant gained government approval to become an examination table. The company is flying a "basic change manager" program, that'll train staff in every thing they have to operate a McDonald's store, from advertising to recruiting and customer support skills. The Curriculum and Qualifications Authority has accepted the program. Network Rail and the flight Flybe are also authorized to honor their very own skills. The statement represents the very first time industrial businesses have now been permitted to honor nationally recognized qualifications centered on their very own work-place training plans. The effort seeks to provide credit to instruction which would normally perhaps not be accepted away from companies involved, but the admissions support and colleges, UCAS, may determine if the programs would be considered a good preparation for advanced schooling. John Denham, the secretary of state for abilities, said: "This is definitely an essential step towards closing the previous divisions between company training plans and national skills, something which may benefit companies, workers and the nation as a whole." Steve Cridland, deputy director general of the CBI, said: "Flybe, McDonald's and Network Rail deserve recognition for path blasting this effort and which makes it easier for businesses attempting to follow within their footsteps."
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