Monday, April 15, 2024

Business development executive appointed at NLT

NLT Training Services has appointed Simon Hammett as a business development executive, working across its Chesterfield and Scunthorpe sites.

He brings a background in a range of sectors to the role, including a successful decade in IT, as well as sales, media, and the armed services where he was a Royal Navy cadet for three years. Alongside his new role at NLT, Simon is also studying part time for a PHD in Documentary Filmmaking.

As part of his business development executive role at NLT Simon will work with organisations, employers and individuals to identify training packages and bespoke courses to assist in the delivery of continued professional development (CPD) in the workplace.

Demand for workplace leadership and management training and development has risen quickly post-covid and Simon’s appointment will enable NLT to extend its reach further.

Simon’s personal CPD makes him ideally placed for the role, having experienced first-hand how accredited training and qualifications can open doors to a range of careers.

Aged 22 he secured a sponsored place with the Royal Naval College where he trained to navigate warships and rose to the rank of Officer – Midshipman. On leaving the Navy, Simon then worked for a number of IT and Communications service providers as well as undertaking degrees in Food, Nutrition and Health, and Documentary Filmmaking.

Speaking about his appointment at NLT, Simon said: “I’m delighted to be part of a company focused on delivering high quality training. Through training and qualifications, I have seen the transformative effect of high-quality provision within my own career progression. I am passionate about NLT’s vision and putting my skillset to use to drive forward the sales of courses.”

Welcoming Simon to the team Sarah Temperton, Chief Executive of NLT Training Services, said: “We’re delighted to have Simon onboard. NLT has been delivering training across the East Midlands and Humberside for more than fifty years. I am confident Simon’s input will help us to shape the next chapter in NLT’s development.”

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