The highlights of our Christmas Lunch
Amidst the twinkling lights and festive cheer, the members of CCTAL recently came together for a Christmas Lunch, not only a celebration of the Christmas season but also a momentous occasion, marking a decade of unwavering commitment from one of our esteemed partners, and welcoming a new member.
Here, we delve into the highlights of this joyous occasion, celebrating a decade of dedication, embracing a new partnership, and envisioning a future of growth and collaboration for CCTAL.
A decade of providing opportunities across South Wales
The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the heartfelt acknowledgment of Cyfle Building Skills tenth year of operation. It’s commitment, passion, and leadership have not only shaped the industry but have also left an indelible mark on the construction and civil training landscape industry in South Wales, providing over 900 apprentices with employment through its Shared Apprenticeship Scheme.
Anthony’s journey with Cyfle Building Skills has been a testament to the power of dedication and hard work. His expertise, guidance, and tireless efforts have significantly contributed to the growth and success of our association. We are truly grateful for his decade of service and look forward to many more years of collaboration.
Oren Construction becomes our latest member
Amidst the celebration, there was an air of anticipation as CCTAL officially welcomed a new member to its family — Oren Construction.
Established in 1987, Oren Construction has expanded to become a prominent force with over 20 vans covering South and West Wales. Committed to close partnerships, building strong connections with customers, suppliers, and communities, the company guarantees quality construction and proudly affiliates with organizations like The Federation of Master Builders and CHAS.
Lynette Daniels, our Training Manager, said:
“We are thrilled to welcome Oren Construction to our association. We believe that their presence will not only strengthen our community but also contribute to the shared knowledge and growth of all our members.
In addition, I would like to give a huge congratulations to our partner, Cyfle Building Skills on its tenth anniversary. It has not just shaped the apprenticeship process but has also built bridges of knowledge and excellence within our association. Here’s to ten years of leadership, innovation, and a legacy that continues to inspire us all.”
As we look ahead, we are committed to advancing our industry, embracing technological advancements and fostering a community of continuous learning. As an organisation, we hope to continue to be a platform for growth, innovation, and excellence within the construction industry.
Thanks again to our members who attended, here is a collection of photos of those in attendance: