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Will education programs help to address the skills shortage in fluid power?

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This week (ends 4 November) the British Fluid Power Association released recommended educational standards for those working the hydraulics sector, in a move that could lead to a formal regulatory framework. What do you think about this move...

Will education programs help to address the skills shortage in fluid power?

Yes - training and qualifications will attract more skilled workers
No - more potential workers will be put off by formal training than are attracted by it

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