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Traditional skills agreement signed

Published in: Stirling Observer. 
Date: 27 July 2012. 
By: Donald Morton. 

AN AGREEMENT to ensure that Scotland has world-class training to protect its unique historic landscape has been signed by two of the leading providers of traditional building skills.

Historic Scotland, the national heritage agency, and CITB-ConstructionSkills, the sector skills council and industry training board for UK construction, have committed to an action plan to give generations the skills they need to maintain buildings across the country.

The Sector Skills Agreement was signed at Historic Scotland’s new state-of-the-art stonemasonry training facility at Forth Valley College in Stirling.

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