Skills over coffee

Thames Skills Academy (TSA) are this year’s sponsors for the Conference Café.

The Café will provide a welcome respite from the bustling exhibition and will give conference delegates the chance to find out more about this Group Training Association which supports employers on the Thames.   

The Thames Skills Academy is passionate about raising standards and improving skills in the inland waterways sector, including the tidal Thames, as well to giving more profile to the sector to attract a wider diversity of people to the fantastic careers on offer.   

The TSA has recently launched the first women’s network on the Thames and are encouraging women working on the tidal or non-tidal Thames to get involved and get in touch.

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