Students who attended this and other "O" Level courses included the following three main categories: (a) airmen wishing to qualify for officer commissioning (5 "O" Levels, including English Language and Elementary Mathematics, was the basic educational qualification required for this); (b) airmen preparing for resettlement into civilian life; and (c) the wives and children of RAF personnel.
Under the Further Education and Continuation Training Scheme (FECTS), an "O" Level History course was offered to adult students at the Station's Education Centre.
The Factory Act of 1874 at last succeeded in limiting the working day to ten hours, while the Factory and Workshops Act of 1878 brought workshops of less than fifty workers under Government inspection.
, Disraeli and Cross carried through a number of laws that reformed and regularised industrial labour relations.
It might ask you to describe and analyse the causes and/or effects of a particular action or event. Prepare for research by brainstorming and jotting down your thoughts and ideas.
Or it might ask you to evaluate the relative significance of a person, group or event. What are your initial responses or thoughts about the question?
The Conspiracy and Protection of Property Act made an action of a group of workmen legal if it were legal for one man; this act therefore legalised striking.
The Employers' and Workmen's Act of 1875 ended the disparity by which employees who broke their contracts were liable to criminal penalties, whereas employers were only liable to civil penalties for doing so.
in 1973 while he was a station education officer at RAF Lyneham, Chippenham, Wilts.
In the RAF Education Branch such assistance was described as 'Pre-structured Instruction'.