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Job Training at Ramsgate Museum

The Steam Museum Trust are pleased to announce that they are part of a successful bid by “Thanet Works” to provide 5 job training places at the Ramsgate Museum, for young people, commencing in September this year.

Part of a central government £1 Billon jobs fund to help create 150,000 new places nationally, the local scheme is administered by Thanet District Council. Michael Cates, secretary to the SMT, has worked closey with Thanet District Council over the successful application and everyone at the museum looks forward to welcoming the first 5 trainees next month. It is expected that training onboard the tug CERVIA can include: mechanical engineering, steel fabrication, electrical installation, shipwrighting, metal coating and other marine crafts.