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N W . M< 1 1 64 2 32 4 50 2 13 49 4 43 2 33 5 21 (64)┬╗ (32) (35) (2) (44) (37) (31) (16) 9 21 27 6 42 3 41 14 15 3 2 3 3 74 60 84 25 94 91 50 43 Oxford Sheffield SE. M e t . SW. Met. SW. Welsh Wessex Total 1 1 2 1 1 Kitchen supts. and 4 3 67 2 22 8 17 7 2 (4) (61) (14) (7) (17) (2) (2) 12 20 44 6 11 14 1 23 8 6 12 1 1 1 1 17 1 2 135 44 Figures in brackets indicate number given day release. 3 4 26 44 15 20 25 432 264 71 15 13 41 Apprentice cooks Trainee cooks Kitchen or diningroom maids Porters 1 Catering head chefs Head/Asst.

CHAPTER 5 DINING ROOMS I N ENGLAND AND W A L E S there were, i n 1 9 6 6 , 7 6 7 9 whole-time a n d 3 9 9 6 part-time staff in hospital dining rooms. Those in the larger hospitals were controlled by 6 3 1 whole-time a n d 4 3 p a r t time dining room supervisors. This naturally complicates organisation a n d control a n d there are often social nuances which m a k e the position more difficult. The Dining-room Supervisor I t is n o t easy to prescribe appropriate training for dining-room staff.

It is also pointed out that the effects of training on the pattern and quality of the labour force will not come quickly. Hence "assessment of training requirements will depend to a great extent on forecasts of m e d i u m and longterm demand". F o r e i g n a n d O v e r s e a s Staff Another important category which remains wrapped in o b scurity is the foreign staff and the immigrants from Commonwealth countries. M a n y useful insights might be gained if the pattern a n d extent of their employment were accurately mapped.

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