The Official Opening

Jul 14 2015
By: Gail Stephens
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It was brilliant to return to the Clink Restaurant a year on for another fabulous breakfast launch party to officially open our Dry Lining Centre. The wonderful Tom Watt hosted the event and interviewed one of our long standing cohorts, Tremaine who has been through both our courses. Over 100 attendees toured both centres and heard from Val Lowman (Be Onsite) and Debbie Akehurst (Land Securities) how the vision of training to fulfill a construction industry skill shortage has become a reality with the opening of our centre.

We are delighted that the centre is doing so well so soon as this

Screen Shot 2015-06-29 at 15.49.23 Screen Shot 2015-07-08 at 12.14.05is an exciting progression in line with our objective of effectively training offenders with skills that are relevant for positioning them well for entry into the construction industry workforce on release.

  • “Bounce Back is, above all, about its people. What is known is that a job and income on release is fundamental to success in coping with day to day life and preventing re-offending. Our drive to change perception in employers and clients is reaping rewards and our professional team is working around London and the Home Counties.

    The mutual trust and respect at the core of our values reflects the growing belief in giving social enterprises and socially disadvantaged people an opportunity to succeed and thrive. We are just one stage in this development, the determination of our participants to start a new life and move on is a formidable ingredient in the recipe for success."

    Francesca Findlater, Founder/Chairman

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