A Preston Social Enterprise has scooped up at a Lancashire awards night once again for its work providing vocational training for young people and adults.
Hosted by Selnet, The Enterprise in Society awards celebrate and reward the achievements of social enterprises across the area.
Preston Vocational Centre (PVC) took home the Small Social Enterprise of the year award for its hard work and commitment to giving a better future to young people.
Founded in February 2009, PVC was set up to give 14-19 year olds in the Preston area a chance to train in Construction.
Nearly eleven years on and PVC has given more than 6000 young people and adults the skills, qualifications and confidence to enhance their potential.
Martin Grayson, the PVC Centre Manager, has spoken about the hard work put in by his team, saying,
“This award is a direct reflection of the professionalism and passion of the entire PVC team; all of whom work tirelessly to help every person who walks through our doors reach their full potential.
“Our continued success has seen us become oversubscribed in recent years, and as such we are now looking to expand and increase investment in new training and IT equipment.”