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In June the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills announced the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural Skills is set to extend to the jewellery sector, but what will happen next? Kathryn Bishop reports.
Last month the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills announced it is extending the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural Skills to the jewellery sector, signalling a fresh raft of investment in the trade and a boost to apprenticeship schemes across the country.
According to The National Skills Academy (NSA), it promises to “build on a significant track record to further enhance and develop career opportunities for talented young people in the jewellery sector, and provide them with the skills needed for the industry to prosper in the current economic climate”.