Published: 00:00, 02 May 2014 |
A Kent building company won an award for training its staff at the Property Care Association (PCA) awards.
South East Timber and Damp based at Wrotham Heath, near Sevenoaks, took home the prize at a ceremony at the Royal Armouries in Leeds and hosted by Steven Hodgson, chief executive of the PCA.
The company, managed by husband and wife Dean and Anabelle Webster, specialises in damp proofing, wood preservation and waterproofing.
Mrs Webster said: “We are very proud to have won this award. We’re a small contractor and time is of the essence with a young family and a business to run.
“Dean is a qualified surveyor with 24 years’ experience and my background is in training and NVQ assessment, so we understand the value of staff development.”
Mr Hodgson said: “South East Timber are worthy winners and reflect the high standards we expect to see across the industry."
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