Name : Trudy Patterson Company : People 1st Position : Project officer Role : Will work alongside employers, government departments and schools, promoting skills development Track record : An experienced project planner, she graduated with a B.Eng in Mechanical Engineering from Strathclyde University and a post-graduate diploma in Construction Project Management from University of Ulster.
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