Six months on and we visited four of our graduates at their place of work KTSWire Of Morley. Apart from the obvious delight in seeing the guys at work and happy, two things stood out for me on the day. One was how they willingly told their stories to help Tempus Novo to grow, and the second was when the CEO of KTSWire mentioned that his Japanese owners Suzuki absolutely love how we are working together to fix parts of our society which are broken.
The purpose of the visit was to film for our event on the 30th June. The fact the guys were willing to tell their stories in the knowledge it will help the charity, demonstrates the level of engagement we put in to each graduate, as some of the stories include some very intimate and sensitive information about their upbringing.