Training sights on the future
THE problems with, and within, FAS are now so well documented we are no longer shocked at new revelations. That should not lessen the impact of an internal investigation that has found evidence of major irregularities with how a number of courses were run countrywide.
Ever since this paper began systematically uncovering the scandal at the training agency, it was obvious that the 'official' investigation would have to be broad, deep and unrelenting in its remit to nail down exactly what was wrong.
There is no room for any lingering doubt here and the scale of the investigation, as well as the sweep of its findings, would suggest a rigorous scrutiny was undertaken.