Work starts on �1.9m Watton skill centre
Work officially begins today to build a new �1.9m skills centre in Watton.The centre will offer training and qualifications in engineering and construction from September this year.
Work officially begins today to build a new �1.9m skills centre in Watton.
The centre will offer training and qualifications in engineering and construction from September this year.
Courses in bricklaying, carpentry, electrics, engineering and plumbing will be offered at the centre which will be on the Wayland Community High School site.
A diploma in construction will also be available from this September and an engineering diploma will join it in September 2010.
You may also want to watch:
Much of the �1.9m funding is being provided from public sector sources as well as a major private sector contribution from Mansells plc.
- 1 Unique Norfolk tower wins national architecture award
- 2 Revealed: The most expensive towns to buy a home in Norfolk
- 3 Woman left 'penniless' while waiting five weeks for first pension payment
- 4 People urged to share their views on the future of Breckland towns
- 5 Town to introduce ice skating at annual Christmas light switch-on
- 6 Former army officer resigns as councillor for 'personal reasons'
- 7 Video shows fire after geese fly into electricity pole
- 8 'Bring it on' - New chief executive appointed to district council
- 9 Roads to close in Swaffham for Christmas market weekend
- 10 Fly-tipping couple fined £400 for dumping mattress