After working in education for over 15 years, Lorna decided to use her wealth of knowledge and skills in the sector to set up her own training centre. As a qualified teacher and business owner, Lorna understands the needs of businesses to balance training and working to support a positive work based learning program.
Lorna specialises in the Housing, Teacher Training and Enterprise.
When Lorna is not managing the centre or providing consultancy, she enjoys travelling, live music and going to the theatre.
BA (HONS) IN POST-COMPULSORY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
For the past 30 years Michael has taught and worked in various sectors including Hospitality, Retail Management, Sales, Military, Driving Instruction and in the last 5 years, Education. Michael is a qualified teacher and has a degree in Education and Training.
Michael specialises in Management, ICT, Digital Marketing, Enterprise, Functional Skills and Personal Licence.
When Michael is not managing the centre or teaching, he enjoys running and going to the cinema.
Compliance/Business Development Director
Gary has been working in the Apprenticeship Sector for over 10 years in Management, Assessing and Quality Assurance roles. He has experience in a wide range of sectors including Outdoor Activities and Hospitality.
Currently Gary is involved with consulting roles and is currently working on the development of the new outdoor learning specialist Apprenticeship and is a volunteer Curriculum Advisor with the Scouts.
Peta has over 25 years’ experience of learning and development, in both private and public sectors. In the past 5 years, she has been involved in the delivery and assessment of funded training programmes to support people in returning to work and setting up their own businesses. Her most recent work has been delivering bespoke outplacement interventions for employees experiencing redundancy in companies in the South East and the Midlands.
Cert Ed, BSc Applied Sciences, MA Education
Now into semi-retirement, John has split his career between teaching and computing. As a teacher he specialised in teaching adults, and took on a number of commercial training roles. He is an experienced assessor and has worked as an external verifier and course moderator. His computing career was been built around technical support and reached a high point as Head of IT for a national organisation. John specialises in Digital Apprenticeships. John has a wide range of interests outside of work that include historic re-enactment and gaming.
Sam has been supporting work-based learners and apprentices for over 10 years. She began her teaching career, delivering IT skills to new recruits in the Army. She has worked and taught in various sectors including Housing, Management, Health and Social Care, Digital Skills and Quality Compliance.
Outside of work, Sam is a Group Scout Leader and enjoys walking and crafts like card making and crocheting.