DTI wants more skill in knowledge-transfer

April 26, 2002

Universities are not spending enough to train their knowledge-transfer staff, says a Department for Trade and Industry report.

Although many managers and practitioners have postgraduate degrees as well as professional qualifications, universities are experiencing a skills shortage because they do not offer training in the needed skills, the independent report says. It recommends that the DTI and the Department for Education and Skills set up a knowledge-transfer skills centre.

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