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Trainees' time to celebrate.

Trainees from across the Tees Valley partied the night away to celebrate completing their courses.

The Learning and Skills Council Tees Valley laid on a nightclub bash for 400 young people at the Time nightclub in Middlesbrough.

Instead of certificate presentations, Steve and Karen from the Galaxy 105-106 breakfast show gave special shout outs.

The young people were trainees from seven training organisations: North East Chamber of Commerce, Darlington College, Redcar & Cleveland Learning Gateway, One Voice Tees Valley, City Centre Training, JHP, and Zodiac.

Pam Eccles, Executive Director of Learning and Skills Council Tees Valley, said: "It was a fantastic night for the young people who deserve the opportunity to celebrate their application and dedication to achieving their qualifications.

"Events of this nature are further proof of our commitment to raising the level of skills in the Tees Valley and opening up new opportunities and challenges to people living in this area."
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Apr 9, 2004
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