ARC Group Managing Director Antony Richardson and CSR Manager Christine Fitt were delighted to welcome Dallaglio RugbyWorks coaches Dan Lee and Alex Greento to ARC’s Head Office in Treforest, South Wales today on 8th January 2019.
Dallaglio RugbyWorks is a charity that supports young people into its long-term skills development programme which is based on rugby, through which teenagers outside of mainstream education are supported into sustained education, employment or training.
Christine says: “We very much look forward to a future partnership with RugbyWorks and to providing exciting opportunities to the young people at RugbyWorks who would benefit from gaining valuable skills and the expert training we provide at ARC Plant & Civils Training."
ARC Group is passionate about working with young people and has witnessed significant successes from individuals who may not fit the mould required to excel under conventional academic approaches. It's often those who are at risk of slipping through the net that thrive in the right environment, with the right approaches to support, encouragement and training. Antony added: “Opportunity is everything, and we are very excited to welcome young people from RugbyWorks to ARC’s Plant & Civils training centre which is within a magnificent quarry site in South Wales. At 48 Acres, our Quarry is the Largest Private Plant & Civils Training Facility in Wales – we look forward to giving them an exiciting insight into a real-life construction environment, as well as pathways for them to enter Plant & Civils industries should they aspire to.”
For more info on Dallaglio RugbyWorks visit http://www.dallagliorugbyworks.com
For more info on ARC Plant & Civils visit https://www.arcplant.co.uk/about-us
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