MORE than 30 staff from Keighley social housing group Incommunities have graduated.

The cohort – including managers, care and support staff, estate workers and neighbourhood housing officers – has gained a range of qualifications.

A celebratory event, compered by broadcaster and journalist Harry Gration, was held at the Mercure Bradford Bankfield Hotel in Cottingley.

Award scrolls were presented by Incommunities' group chief executive, Geraldine Howley.

"We are committed to investing in our workforce," she said.

"Congratulations to all our successful learners on passing their respective qualifications. Everyone should be very proud of their individual successes.

"The breadth of the training and courses studied reflects our diverse operations and the talents of our multi-skilled workforce."

Guests at the ceremony included representatives of several education providers, such as Leeds College of Building, the Construction Industry Training Board and Bradford and Shipley colleges.