Update on the Shipwright Training Scheme
The aim of the Faversham Creek Trust is to help bring about the regeneration of Faversham Creek as a working waterway. The centrepiece of this is the creation of a Shipwright Training Scheme.
The scheme is progressing well after a six month delay occasioned by uncertainty over the future of the bridge and the need for more funding to complete the lofting and construction of the first Repeatable 1908 yacht Mayhi. We now have the funding and confidence in a new opening bridge and so this phase is well underway and the first Repeatable Mayhi will be ready for trainees to copy in the Spring of 2015.
The first two apprentices will be sought in January 2015 and they will follow the course in Boat Building and Marine Engineering leading to a City and Guilds qualification and then the chance of full time work in restoration of traditional craft.
In late 2015 the Scheme will be open to paying students to follow the same course.
SWING THE BRIDGE
- Grand Garden Sale in Memory of Hilary Whelan and Chris Berry
- Development plans submitted for the old Oil Depot
- SWAN QUAY Judicial Review Decision
- and this Trust’s view of Building No 1, Standard Quay
- Restaurant at No 1 Standard Quay
- Another Restaurant on Standard Quay
- Standard Quay, a Heritage Site
- Thai students visit the Purifier
- The Extraordinary Life of John Oliver
- Social Evening at the Purifier on Friday Evening
- FUTURE EVENTS 2016
- The Historical Development of the Port of Faversham1580-1780
- VOLUNTEER WITH US
- TRUSTEES & OTHER ROLES
- CREEK BUSINESS CASE
- NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
- APPRENTICE SCHEME
- JOIN THE TRUST
- ARTHUR PERCIVAL’S CREEK HISTORY
- Articles of Association
- CONTACT US
- Swing the Bridge literature
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