Work begins on new Kidbrooke construction skills centre

News Shopper: Work begins on Kidbrooke Construction Skills Centre, pictured L to R Councillor Denise Hyland,  construction apprentice Perry Farrugia and Principal of Greenwich Community College Gary Chinn Work begins on Kidbrooke Construction Skills Centre, pictured L to R Councillor Denise Hyland, construction apprentice Perry Farrugia and Principal of Greenwich Community College Gary Chinn

Work has begun on a new construction skills and training centre in Kidbrooke.

The Construction Skills Centre will offer Greenwich residents construction courses from kerb laying to traffic marshalling.

Training at the mobile building, which can be transferred to different construction sites around the borough, will be provided by Greenwich Community College and other specialist providers.

It comes shortly after ground was broken for Greenwich’s Horticultural Skills Centre in Shooters Hill.

Greenwich Council cabinet member for regeneration enterprise and skills Councillor Denise Hyland said: "I’m extremely excited by what we’re doing here.

"With all of our skills centres we are providing training in key sectors with direct access into jobs.

"Our borough is regenerating fast at the moment with a hugely ambitious programme of regeneration and house-building in the coming years."

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7:58pm Tue 8 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

That's it, get them into DEBT so they can learn to do work for the corporations and learn to be a good obident slave.
That's it, get them into DEBT so they can learn to do work for the corporations and learn to be a good obident slave. white rabbit9
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