Malpas’s Barlows left delighted as training arm receives prestigious award from Princess Royal

by Sep 5, 20202020 awards, In the press

The training college of a popular Malpas business has been given a prestigious award for the second year running.

Barlows and Clifford College based on the Hampton Heath Training Estate, have been awarded the Princess Royal Training Award for the second year in succession.

This prestigious award is presented at St. James’ Palace by HRH Princess Anne in her role as president of the City & Guilds Group in honour of workplace training and investing in the health and wellbeing of apprentices.

John Barlow, managing director of Barlows (UK) Ltd, admitted the company was delighted to be recognised again. He said:

“It is a wonderful privilege to win the award to add to our previous successes. The honour belongs to all the apprentices and staff, as everyone plays their part in our continued growth, both locally and nationally.

The college is currently training more than 140 apprentices across six skills centres with new young people being interviewed for future roles. We are privileged to have received one of the 43 awards presented for 2020 and celebrate success with many national well-known organisations.

Continue reading on the Whitchurch Herald website: https://www.whitchurchherald.co.uk/news/18700287.malpass-barlows-left-delighted-training-arm-receives-prestigious-award-princess-royal/

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