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Frontline at the employment coalface
By LOUISE BERWICK
20th birthday of
Family ties good for business
For the past two decades a mother-
daughter team has been the brains,
and the smiles, behind an
Now Pauline and Nadia Steedman
are celebrating the 20th anniver-
sary of their family business,
Front-Line Training Consultancy.
The education and training-based
business first welcomed students
through its doors at the beginning
of March, 1993, and they have not
They started with only 14 students,
but in 2012 they welcomed 763
students through their doors.
The students are trained in a range
of skills, from business adminis-
tration, to front of house work, to
simply how to dress for an
In the past two decades they have
seen thousands of students get jobs
through their programmes, even
recently, during the recession.
The economic downturn has been
the final blow for many Southland
businesses but for Front-Line it has
had its advantages.
People returned to education
during the recession, operations
manager Nadia Steedman said.
They had the pleasure of helping
people who were struggling, to
flourish and get a job -- sometimes
their first pay cheque -- she said.
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