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Masterclass welcomes Italian students to head office

10th September 2019 - 10:49am
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Masterclass Kitchens recently welcomed a group of Italian students to its head office and factory in Cardiff for a “lesson in British manufacturing”.

The students have travelled to the UK on a two-week programme that combines an English language course with a short work placement.

“We were keen for the students to visit Masterclass Kitchens to gain some insight into how a manufacturing company operate,” said Peartree Languages centre manager Nicky Partridge.

“Visiting the showroom and the offices gave them a flavour of a factory and office environment at a time when they are just starting to think about their future careers and university options.”

Masterclass HR manager Geoff Moore added: “We were only too happy to accommodate the students for the day.

“Having our factory, showroom and head office all on one site meant the group were able to get a great insight into all aspects of our business and gave them plenty to think about in terms of their own future career options.”

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