Kay Mander kept training and social issues to the fore in the 1940s with her innovative documentaries. This DVD comprises a collection of her wartime training films. One Continuous Take (2001) A biography of Kay Mander, her life and work. Produced and directed by Dr. Adele Carroll. Transfer of Skill (1940) Craftsman can be retrained for wartime work. For example, jewellers produce gauges used to measure tank parts. How to File (1941) A training film by Shell for metalwork apprentices. Mobilising Procedure (1942) Procedures for the National Fire Service to direct the deployment of all Britain's fire-fighting equipment. Model Procedure for Water-Relaying (1943) Demonstration of setting up relays of fire hoses to feed emergency water supplies. Debris Tunnelling (1943) How a rescue party could drive a horizontal tunnel into a collapsed building.