How we've helped Trebarwith Road Rustic Quarry
Suppliers of outstanding natural rustic stone and professional plant hire machinery.
I think I just needed someone to point me in the right direction, and it’s quite nice to have someone come in talk through the ways in which they can support you to make that happen. The future certainly looks bright and shiny
How we helped
In the early 1990s, the Jenkins Quarry in Delabole was re-opened as Trebarwith Road Rustic Quarry, where the company produces cut or natural faced stone to be used for stone walls and paving as well as providing professional plant hire machinery at competitive rates.
With their stone available across all sectors, including the agricultural and construction industries, their products are made available across the entire UK.
Elizabeth Prescott is relatively new to the business, but one of her first actions after coming on board was to investigate what training and development opportunities were out there across Cornwall.
A quick Google search later and Elizabeth found the Skills Hub, where she linked with one of the team’s expert Skills Connectors to chat about how skills and training could better the business.
“I was brought in to do marketing, as that’s my background, so I was looking to increase some of my skills to fulfil that role. However, in doing that we’ve opened other opportunities for up-skilling within the business as a whole,” Elizabeth said.
Elizabeth is a true believer in the importance of bringing a wide range of skills to any role and said that you need to continually adapt your skillset to the role that you’re doing.
“There is always scope for developing new skills within any business, and to move the business forward we need to always be learning and adapting,” she said.
Thus far Elizabeth has completed training in branding, content visibility, and health and safety and envisages more on the horizon following her time spent with the Skills Hub.
“I think I just needed someone to point me in the right direction, and it’s quite nice to have someone come in talk through the ways in which they can support you to make that happen. The future certainly looks bright and shiny,” she said.
|Business name||Trebarwith Road Rustic Quarry|
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