New opportunities for young people in Boston as free training centre opens

Opening at Skegness College Vocational Training centre.'L-R Julie O'Donnell - manager, Duncan Moffatt - director, Cllr Mary Wright - Mayor of Boston, Scott Sands - team leader.
Opening at Skegness College Vocational Training centre.'L-R Julie O'Donnell - manager, Duncan Moffatt - director, Cllr Mary Wright - Mayor of Boston, Scott Sands - team leader.

NEW training opportunities for young people to boost their job prospects has launched in Boston.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on Monday to officially open a branch of SkegnessVocational Training Centre (SCVT) which offers free vocational courses for 14-18 year-olds.

The centre, situated at the Business Trade Centre, in Norfolk Street, covers subjects in retail, sports leadership, business admin, maths, English and ICT. One of their courses, Preparation for Employment, includes writing CVs, interview practice and job search skills.

The centre is open from 9am-3pm each day. Those interested in their courses can drop in or call 01205 357300.