£800k learning and skills centre to go live

Dave McKenlay of the Department of Work and Pension, Me and My Learning project manager Gemma Ruigrok, Deputy Leader of Melton Council Pam Posnett, Adam Basey of Coba Education and Frank Benjamin of Melton JobCentre Plus. Picture: Michael Cooke EMN-140317-094813001

Dave McKenlay of the Department of Work and Pension, Me and My Learning project manager Gemma Ruigrok, Deputy Leader of Melton Council Pam Posnett, Adam Basey of Coba Education and Frank Benjamin of Melton JobCentre Plus. Picture: Michael Cooke EMN-140317-094813001

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A pioneering skills centre for Melton borough residents will open its doors on April 1 aiming to help 500 people in its first year of operation.

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