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If you are looking to improve your workforce’s skills or to widen your own skill set, these traditional (pre-1919) building skills courses are for you!

And the best news is they’re all free, thanks to our Traditional Building Skills programme.

Interested? Take a look at these free, upcoming courses, available to book now.

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Each of the courses take place at Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road Campus, Wrexham (LL13 7UH) and some of the courses will be streamed live online to your home after registration.

• Traditional Sash Windows: Care, Repair and Upgrading – May 7, 2021
• Timber & decay course: April 23 & June 4, 2021
• Traditional paints: May 28, 2021
• Structural & non-structural timber course: May 27, 2021
• L3 award repair & maintenance course – Coleg Cambria: June 24 & 25, 2021, two day course
• L3 award in energy efficiency – Coleg Cambria: May 20 & 21, 2021, two day course

If you are interested in any of these courses or if you have any queries contact the Traditional Building skills team on TBS@Wrexham.gov.uk

The courses above are free thanks to funding from Wrexham Traditional Building Skills Programme; which has been funded through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014–20, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.

Our Traditional Building Skills Programme is linked to Wrexham Townscape Heritage Scheme, a grant programme within Wrexham Town Centre Conservation area. The funding for this heritage-led regeneration programme has come from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The five year project will look to restore and conserve many of Wrexham’s historically important buildings making them attractive for local businesses and individuals, combining training, education and raising awareness through upskilling via the Traditional Building Skills Programme.

Thanks to National Lottery players they will now play a new and very practical role in restoring our local heritage.
Keep an eye on our social media profiles for more updates.

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