ICL has established a CyberSkills centre in the former mining area of Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. Dubbed Ashtel, the centre will bring IT skills to individuals, local businesses and community groups. Public and private money has gone into founding the centre, with around #1 million coming from ICL, the UK Single Regeneration Budget, the EC RECHAR programme, Ashfield District Council and West Notts College. Chris Bonam, deputy leader of Ashfield District Council, said: "We are committed to increasing skills in the workforce and sustaining existing jobs. This project will give our communities a valuable grounding in the developing technologies."
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