The discussion below draws on a number of previous studies (Bosworth, Dutton and Lewis 1992; Roy, Henson and Lavoie 1996; Borghans, de Grip and van Smoorenburg 1998; Veneri 1999; Frogner 2002; National Skills Task Force 2000) which have provided the theoretical framework for analysing skills shortages and the associated practical problems.
What does NSTF stand for?
NSTF stands for National Skills Task Force (UK)
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- Nebraska Specialized Telecommunications Equipment Program (est. 1995)
- NeighborWorks Solutions to Enhance Performance (software)
- NAKATAN Super Thin Forging
- National Safety Task Force
- National Scholarship Trust Foundation
- National Scholarship Trust Fund of the Graphic Arts
- National Science and Technology Forum (South Africa)
- National Science and Technology Foundation (various locations)
- National Security Task Force (Singapore)
- National Service Trust Fund
- National Solar Test Facility
- National Sport Trust Fund (BC, Canada)
- National Sports Trust Fund (Nigeria)
- National Student Travel Foundation
- Natoma Station Technology Friends
- Naval Submarine Torpedo Facility
- Navy Submarine Torpedo Facility
- Near-Surface Test Facility
- Nederlandse Soft Tennis Federatie
- Network Security Task Force
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The National Skills Task Force has reported that by 2006, there will be over nine million jobs available for such 'higher technicians' and 'associate professionals'.
In fact, the last National Skills Task Force report revealed that as many as one in four employers surveyed were unable to fill vacancies because applicants lacked basic skills.
And a report by the national skills task force revealed one in four employers were unable to fill vacancies because applicants lacked basic skills.
With seven million adults said to be functionally illiterate by the National Skills Task Force in a report published last year, Mr Sanderson warned turning the situation around would be 'no easy task'.
That was a far worse picture than presented to the Government last year by the National Skills Task Force, which said one in five adults was functionally illiterate.
Last year, the National Skills Task Force reported that seven million - or one in five - adults in the UK were 'functionally illiterate' and had difficulty with the basics of reading, writing and arithmetic.