We are thrilled to announce that Preston Vocational Centre have been named as finalists in the Not-for-profit Business category at this year’s Red Rose Awards.
Now in its 10th year, the Red Rose Awards encourages and celebrates businesses in Lancashire, providing the best possible platforms to promote success and encourages inter-trading in the county.
At PVC, our mission is to deliver the highest quality construction based vocational training and support to enable young people and adults to gain skills, qualifications and confidence to enhance their potential and build a positive future. Being named as finalists is a true recognition of the hard work and commitment PVC go to make a real difference.
Martin Grayston, Centre Manager, said:
“We are absolutely delighted to be finalists in this year’s Red Rose Awards, for the work we do in delivering the highest quality training and wrap around pastoral support to our young people and adults, to enable them to gain skills and confidence for building a positive future. Our centre ethos promotes a secure, supportive and positive environment which gives everyone a sense of feeling respected and valued. This is down to all the hard work from my dedicated team here at PVC, the wonderful support we receive from Community Gateway and all the partners who support us.”
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday 12th March 2020 at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool.