Chance to gain skills in construction with Mindset Training
CONSTRUCTION training firm Mindset Training, Frome Town Council and Working Links, a national back to work agency, are working together on a new project to help local, unemployed young adults back to work.
The project called Future Works involves taking six young local unemployed adults and giving them practical experience whilst simultaneously training them to attain a number of essential construction qualifications.
The project will start on September 16 and last around four weeks and consists of installing a new gate and access road at Welshmill Park.
Mindset Training, based on the Marston Trading Estate, has already invested months of preparation on this project, even before having official permission for the project to go ahead.
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The town council's economic development and regeneration manager Peter Wheelhouse said: "We are excited to be working on such an innovative project with Mindset Training and Working Links – the project ticks all the boxes as far as the council is concerned."
As well as the town council, the project will also be supported by local businesses Mack Civils Ltd, Sydenhams Hire Centre and Tipadel Ltd.
Subject to the outcome of this pilot project the town council, Mindset Training and Working Links would consider working together again on more projects in the future.