Protecting the Consumer and Servicing
the Trade with Independence and Integrity

Holts Academy Graduation ceremony at the Barbican this week was full of pride, passion and acknowledgement of the huge achievement that those graduating at every level had made.

Welcoming the graduates, their families and guests, Jason Holt spoke of the “journey of potential” and the positive future that they were all embarking upon.

Former Holts student Laura Parre of La Parra, who this year received an industry accolade, spoke passionately of how she had changed direction from Art Restoration of jewellery manufacture.

Her recipe for success is self belief, hardwork, perseverance and keep pushing, pushing, pushing.

Holts also welcomed their newly appointed Chairman Dame Mary Martin who said she was delighted to take up the role and is hugely impressed by the obvious talent entering the industry.



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