Self-regulation scheme

May 28, 2004

Further education organisations have been urged by the Learning and Skills Council's bureaucracy task force to set up a professional body to develop self-regulation for the sector. The body would emulate similar organisations within the legal, medical and accountancy professions, said Sir George Sweeney, who heads the task force.

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