Earlier this month our MD Neil Stevenson addressed a meeting attended by HRH Prince Charles at Woodchester Mansion in Gloucestershire.
The forum was held to discuss the skills shortage in the heritage and conservation industry, caused primarily by the lack of young people entering the skilled professions.
Neil's association with this subject dovetails with similar concerns in the furniture industry where he chairs the training & education group of Furniture West Midlands.
If you would like to learn more about our involvement in training or wish to express any concerns you may have regarding our industries' skills issues then please call us on 02476 544662.
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