Brain and brawn

April 24, 1998

(Photograph) - Brain and brawn: miners at Cleveland Potash are learning to be trainers in a staff development programme organised by Teesside University to encourage staff to take NVQs in various subjects. Anita Haire, a senior lecturer in the department of business and management, is running the project on site for the 850 workers in a new Pounds 20,000 building in Boulby at the mine, the deepest in Europe.

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